What are Peptide Bioregulators?
Peptide Bioregulators are a dietary supplement containing peptides derived from natural animal sources. The peptides are produced according to the highest standards of quality and safety to ensure the end product is comprised of pure peptides and no other contaminants. The short chains of amino acids may be easily absorbed through digestion and in the stomach.
After ingestion, the peptides may help to stimulate protein synthesis and support the body in maintaining natural repair processes.
- Food-based supplement from animal sources
- Taken orally, not injected
- Replenishes the levels of peptides in the diet
- Peptides and short-chain amino acids can be a great source of quality nutrition.
Peptide complex; microcrystalline cellulose (E460, flowing agent); gelatin (encapsulating agent); lactose (excipient-humectant); calcium stearate (E470, emulsifier); titanium dioxide (E171, colour for capsules).
One way to dose Peptide Bioregulators is to start with a loading phase for the first month at 2 capsules per day for 30 days. Then 3 months later take 2 capsules per day for 10 days. Repeat every 3 months for a total of 3 times. This ends up being a 1 year supply for a total of 120 capsules.
Adults can take 1-2 capsules 1-2 times a day during meals.
There is a 10 day supply in 1 pack of 20 capsules.
The daily dose contains 2 capsules of 20mg of peptide complex.
There is a 5-year shelf life from the production date.
Keep in a dry, cool, and dark childproof place. Temperature range +2°C to + 25°C.
Professor Vladimir Khavinson
Peptide bioregulators were first discovered in the 1980s by Professor Vladimir Khavinson, a Russian doctor working on behalf of the Kremlin to devise palliative care medicines for army veterans. He was tasked with keeping the soldiers in optimal health in order to be able to endure harsh conditions and maintain strength and resilience to stress. He succeeded in his efforts and went on to perform extensive research and testing of his peptide bioregulators. Over time, this once-classified information then became available to the general public.