Discovered in the 1980s by a Russian professor, Vladimir Khavinson, peptide bioregulators are short biologically active chains of amino acids that may help to repair genetic changes caused by the aging process. They work by binding directly with parts of gene's DNA to help to support tissue regeneration, synthesize proteins, and maintain the functionality of organs that had previously been damaged by age-related decline. Khavinson has also written many articles on the topic as well as authored several studies.
In some studies, it was found that long-term treatment of animals using peptides increases their lifespan by up to 40 percent. According to Khavinson, the use of certain peptides may help to prolong human life.
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