A natural bioregulator that has a selective effect on myocardial cells, normalizes their metabolism in cardiomyocytes which normalizes the function of the heart. A healthy heart is central to overall good health, reducing the risk of heart disease, heart attack or stroke.
Peptide bioregulators have been clinically proven to rebalance the health and function of various critical organs and glands, and in turn improving overall health and repairing common damage related to ageing.
Peptide bioregulators are natural supplements that promote the regeneration and optimal functionality of specific organs, tissues, systems, and glands in the human body.
As the body ages theexchange of information through the interaction of cells such as endocrine systems, nervous and immune systems deteriorates leading to heightened effects of aging and age related diseases.
Recent medical studies highlight that administration of these peptide bioregulators has been shown to normalize the main functions of the human organism, as well as decrease the aging pace and mortality. Many of these studies have been published on studies that are being published on The National Centre for Biotechnology Information. Recent research into these peptide bioregulators highlights that different vital resources of the human organism can be increased by 20 - 42%, resulting in optimising cellular performance and enhancing ‘healthspan’.
Through the regulation of particular genes in particular tissues, peptide bioregulators have the ability to reinitiate a process stalled by age, namely protein synthesis, leading to the repair and rebuilding of damaged tissues and organs and restoration of their main functions.
When used in combination, their rejuvenating effects are not just organ-specific but system-wide, resulting in significant increases in life span and decreased mortality rates in humans, along with lowered disease incidence, reduced biological age, and improved physiological function and physical performance, all of which indicate enhanced biological reserve.