The functions of peptides / polypeptides
Help promote sex hormones, including estrogen, progesterone
and testosterone which are peptide-based.
Are a carrier and transporting tool that deliver nutrients to all
parts of the body.
Help build and repair the body and muscles.
Act as a neuron-transmitter in the body that supports the
Promote and regulate the body’s physiological functions and
Have specific biological functions that are useful in the prevention
of thrombosis, hyper-lipidemia and hypertension.
Have anti-ageing and anti-fatigue effects due to anti-oxidant
Promote body immunity. Help fight virus, bacteria, parasites, yeast.
Promote a healthier gastrointestinal function: They help in the
absorption of protein, vitamins, amino acids, calcium, iron, zinc,
selenium, magnesium, copper, and other trace elements.
Help promote the health of the heart.
Where, and on whom, these peptides may be
People with digestive orders who are unable to eat.
People who exercise a lot, and who expend extreme physical
strength. These people need to supplement nitrogen from time to
time. However, their intestines and stomach may not be able
to support this.
Elderly people whose digestive systems have started to deteriorate,
and infants whose digestive systems have not developed fully.
Those who lack appetite.
People who are recovering after surgery.
People who suffer from irregular intestinal and stomach functions
brought about by pesticides, chemicals, drugs, etc.
Mentally depressed people.
Over-exhausted people and those suffering from chronic fatigue.