WHAT ARE PEPTIDES REAL?
Peptides are several amino acid chains, i.e. proteins. Proteins are important building blocks of a living organism. Proteins can have very different functions. Their function can be determined by the arrangement of the amino acids in the chain. Peptides are therefore important for numerous functions in the body. Every organ has its own peptides. For example, there are peptides for the thyroid, prostate, eyes, pineal, kidneys and adrenal glands, pancreas, liver and thyroid.
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Proteins (proteins) are formed in all body cells, which ensure that the cells develop properly and fulfill their functions without impairment. This process is called protein biosynthesis. Protein biosynthesis is stimulated, among other things, by so-called peptides, which are proteins that have broken down into smaller components, which consist of amino acids and arise as a result of protein metabolism.
While the organ system and protein biosynthesis are fully functional in young people, the intensity of protein biosynthesis decreases with increasing age, but also due to physical or mental stress such as illness, which means that the body produces fewer peptides. If this is the case permanently, the cell functions can be severely impaired.