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What are Peptides & Peptide Bioregulators

What are Peptides & Peptide Bioregulators

Peptides and peptide bioregulators are a promising field of study that have gained attention for their positive effects on various aspects of human health, including anti-aging, longevity, weight loss, libido, energy, and more. These small chains of amino acids play a critical role in regulating physiological processes such as immune response, tissue repair, metabolism, and hormone production, and have been identified as potential therapeutic agents for diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Peptides are naturally occurring compounds that the body produces, but as we age, production decreases, leading to age-related diseases. While the polypeptide, insulin has been available for over 100 years, recent advances have introduced families of peptides that can heal and regenerate injuries (e.g., BPC-157), improve memory (e.g., Semax and Selank), and promote hair and skin health (e.g., GHk-Cu). Recently, Tirzepetide (brand name Monjaro), a diabetes and weight loss polypeptide, is predicted to be the fastest-selling drug ever. Over 150 commercially available peptides are administered through subcutaneous injection, intramuscular, or intra-nasal means, and experts recommend working with a physician or healthcare professional experienced in peptides and their protocols.

Peptide bioregulators, a subcategory of peptides, are small chain peptides made up of 2 to 4 amino acids that were discovered in nature. Small amounts of these natural molecules are found in food.

Peptide bioregulators function differently from traditional peptides for two critical reasons. First, they are orally available, in capsule form, and are bioavailable through the gut, with the majority of the peptide breaking through the cells of the intestinal walls to reach the bloodstream, whereas non-bioregulator peptides are decimated in the stomach. Second, these peptides act as gene switches, that are highly specific, and when absorbed, they target the organ or bodily function directly related to the organ from which they originated.

Professor Vladimir Khavinson, of the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology in Russia, developed peptide bioregulators in the early 1980s to combat the military and cosmonauts’ premature aging. He compiled 20 years of data from human studies proving the efficacy and safety of these compounds. While the research has been available for over a decade, it has only recently been translated into English, which could explain why they are not more widely known.

Twenty-one peptide bioregulators are commercially available as dietary supplements, making them easily accessible, and difficult to patent for the pharmaceutical industry. Bioregulators regulate the target area to return it to its optimized state, acting like an anti-aging or restoring youthfulness for organs and bodily functions. For example, the thyroid peptide (Thyreogen) can regulate thyroid function, reducing or activating the thyroid depending on the body’s needs. Prof. Khavinson and USA-based researcher Dr. Bill Lawrence have conducted many studies demonstrating how certain bioregulators can improve biological age using telomere measuring and the Horvath DNA methylation clock technique.

Moreover, tens of millions of these peptide bioregulators have been consumed and administered over the past 20 years or so, and not one serious side effect has ever been reported.

In personal experience, the retina peptide (Visoluten) has shown profound effects, improving short-sightedness in weeks. It is possible to target 21 different organs or bodily functions, and improved results have been seen for functions and organs such as the ovaries, testes, muscles, heart, adrenals, and liver. For more information, please visit www.uaepeptides.com or email [email protected].