Peptides Products - The Stem Cells
ReplacementThese peptide bioregulators were designed by the Russians during the cold war
era in the 1980s. The discovery that each specific organ, tissue, or gland in the body uses a certain short chain
peptide which can initiate protein synthesis represents a major breakthrough. Each of the peptides are designed to
interact with particular strands of DNA, to repair and regenerate those tissues targeted.
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via secure HTTPS pages. All prices listed below are in British pounds. You can now purchase 20-caps pack or
60-caps 3pax, and save
5 pounds (GBP) per
pack. There is also Mix and Match option, to buy any 3
bioregulators and save 5 pounds p/p.
Stem cells replacement
These specific gene switches could be a cheaper and more user
friendly alternative to stem cells, due to both the lower costs involved, and the fact they can be taken orally.
Also they don’t require the immune system to be suppressed in order to take desired effect. There are 21
Russian Peptide Bioregulators in our current range, shown below in alphabet order. For more peptides, see also our
Youth Gems® skin creams.
What is a peptide
A peptide is a small biological molecule that consists of two or
more amino acids. Peptides are smaller than proteins, which are also chains of amino acids, only larger. Generally,
if a molecule has less than 50 amino acids, it's considered to be a peptide. Whereas larger molecules of 50 or more
amino acids are called proteins.
Peptides are also divided into dipeptides, tripeptides,
tetrapeptides, polypeptides, etc., depending on how many chains of amino acids or peptide bonds they consist
of. Being smaller molecules and shorter than proteins, peptides can enter
the blood through the stomach, and so initiate protein synthesis.
Each organ, gland, or tissue in the body has its own unique
peptide bioregulator. Being smaller and easier to absorb through the digestive system, peptides have the ability to
interact directly with cell DNA. This enables the body organs, glands and tissues to regenerate and repair
easier and more quickly.