Peptide Frequently Asked Questions
Disclaimer: Please note that only your own physician can determine your precise needs, but in order to give you some information these answers are based upon the ‘average person’ and clinical/ published results.
What is a peptide bioregulator?
A peptide is a short chain of amino acids, identified by the fact that it is shorter than a protein, and so can be absorbed easily via the digestive system. Each organ or bodily function has its own unique peptide bioregulator.
Peptide bioregulators have been shown to shortcut the protein synthesis process by interacting directly with cell DNA – meaning that organs can build and repair tissues easier and quicker when peptide bioregulators are active.
What is the typical dosing regimen for the peptides in general?
Two capsules a day for 10-days - a total of 20 capsules equivalent to one pack - for general support this can be repeated again in 6-months’ time, if the need is greater then it can be repeated again in 2 to 3 months’ time, if the need is felt to be great then typically the regimen is repeated every month.
What are the side effects?
15 million people have undergone the peptide treatment for 30 years and no side effects have been found. The fact is that peptides in animals and humans are identical and our body sees them as its own. Peptides only normalize the protein synthesis and they are not able to overstimulate it.
How can I be sure that peptides have an actual effect on me?
Sometimes it can be hard to notice changes subjectively, so an objective method can be helpful. Ask your doctor what tests could be done to assess your current health condition. Do them before and after taking appropriate peptides
Why aren't there any similar peptide complexes from other companies?
First of all, the process of extracting peptides is patented. Secondly, Russian scientists started working on this class of medical substances 40 years ago at the request of the military, therefore they had access to all necessary funds. There were a 30-year study on rats, a study on apes and clinical trials. Nowadays just a few researches can be funded so well to be conducted on the same large scale.
What combination of peptides should i take?
According to Prof. Vladimir Khavinson, the president of European Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, the first class combination consists of Endoluten (Neuro-endocrine system), Vladonix (Immune system), Cerluten (Brain), Sigumir (Joints and Bones), Svetinorm (Liver) and Ventfort (Blood vessels) for one or two months twice a year. Endoluten and Vladonix are the two most important geroprotector that are able to extend life by 30-40%.
Here are some general recommendations:
Natural Peptides Combinations
- Digestive system: A-7 Svetinorm A-1 Suprefort A-10 Stamakort
- Cardiovascular system: A-3 Ventfort A-14 Chelochart A-6 Vladonix
- Central nervous system: A-5 Cerluten A-3 Ventfort A-7 Svetinorm
- Immune system: A-8 Endoluten A-6 Vladonix® A-3 Ventfort
- Locomotor apparatus: A-4 Sigumir A-3 Ventfort A-6 Vladonix A-21 Bonothyrk
- Carbohydrate metabolism disorders: A-1 Suprefort A-3 Ventfort
- Lipoprotein metabolism disorders: A-7 Svetinorm A-1 Suprefort A-3 Ventfort
- Thyroid gland: A-2 Thyreogen A-3 Ventfort
- Adverse factors (chemotherapy, long-term ionizing irradiation): A-6 Vladonix A-7 Svetinorm A-8 Endoluten A-20 Bonomarlot
- Adverse factors (professional or psychoemotional stress): A-6 Vladonix A-8 Endoluten A-17 Glandokort
- Visual organ: A-11 Visoluten A-5 Cerluten A-3 Ventfort
- Urinary excretory system: A-6 Vladonix A-12 Chitomur A-9 Pielotax
- Male reproductive system: A-13 Testoluten A-16 Libidon A-17 Glandokort
- Female reproductive system: A-15 Zhenoluten A-2 Thyreogen A-3 Ventfort
- Respiratory system: A-6 Vladonix A-19 Taxorest A-3 Ventfort
- Intensive physical activity: A-6 Vladonix A-4 Sigumir A-3 Ventfort A-18 Gotratix A-5 Cerluten
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