What are Peptide bioregulators?
Peptide bioregulators are modern innovative preparations. Peptides structure is a short chain of interconnected peptide bonds of two, three or four amino acids. It has been proven that the regulation of all body functions is a result of the endogenous regulatory peptides (i.e. produced by cells of the organism) as each individual cell synthesizes peptides specific for it. Involuntary changes in organs and tissues during aging lead to a weakening of their functions and is manifested primarily in the inappropriate synthesis of specific proteins at the cellular level. It has been scientifically proven that a sharp decline in the synthesis of many regulatory peptides and of target cells sensitivity to them occurs during aging. These changes lead to infringement of activities of all of peptide regulation and gradual extinction of functions in the aging organism.