How much do you know about peptides?

May 14, 2021

The six basic substances that make up the human body are water, protein, lipids, sugars, vitamins and inorganic salts: water accounts for 55%-67%, and protein accounts for 15%-18%. After removing the water, protein accounts for more than half of the body's dry matter, and protein is a short chain composed of peptides, which means that more than half of the human body's dry matter is peptide.

1. What is a peptide

A peptide is a compound composed of two or more amino acid molecules connected to each other through peptide bonds. Peptides are structural and functional fragments that make up proteins, and they are also an ordered composition of amino acids.

2. Why can peptides supplement calcium?

The peptide is calcium-free. The calcium absorption site is in the small intestine. The peptides in the small intestine can capture calcium ions in the surrounding environment, form a complex with calcium ions, and are absorbed into the cells together to promote the absorption of calcium ions. In theory, it can also promote the absorption of other nutrient ions.


3. The difference between peptides and vitamins and minerals

Peptides and vitamins and minerals on the market belong to the category of seven essential nutrients for the human body, but here peptides are small molecular fragments of protein. Peptides have the function of regulating intestinal absorption. When taken together, they can also promote vitamins and Minerals are absorbed and utilized in the human gastrointestinal tract, so the effect of taking it together with peptides while supplementing calcium will double.

4. Why do people who undergo radiotherapy and chemotherapy need to supplement peptides?

Peptides play a certain role in alleviating the pathological changes of cancer cells, especially for postoperative radiotherapy and chemotherapy, which can better reduce side effects. Studies have shown that many natural peptides secreted by organisms can inhibit and induce apoptosis of tumor cells.

We use the peptides isolated from the organism by enzymatic hydrolysis to be close to the peptides secreted by the organism itself, which can effectively regulate immunity, supplement the micronutrient elements needed by chemotherapy patients, and supplement the energy needed for physical activity.

5. Is peptide a health product? Is it a drug?

Peptide is not a health product, but the results it presents surpass the effect of health products. Peptides are human scavengers, repairers, and porters. Peptides can provide nutrients and abilities to cells, repair, activate, and promote the normal work and metabolism of cells.

Peptides are not medicines, nor can they replace medicines. They can regulate the sub-health state of the human body.

6. Are peptides dependent?

Active peptide does not have any dependence, but only regulates the sub-health of the human body and adjusts the body's functions to the best state. People who are frail and sick can regulate their own resistance and take care of their stomachs by taking peptides. If the resistance feels good and the digestion of the stomach is the same as that of other people, they can reduce or stop taking it slowly, or take it again after a while.

However, if the seasons change and epidemics are frequent, people who are weak can take it for a relatively long time.

7. Some people are not effective when taking peptides?

Peptide is a special medical-grade food, not a medicine. Therefore, it is normal for some people to take peptides in a short period of time. Moreover, peptides can repair cells and promote metabolic functions according to their physique and physical condition. It takes a period of time. Long-term use It is good for the human body.

8. How many kinds of active peptides are there

Peptides are compounds in which two or more amino acids are connected by peptide bonds, which play an important physiological role in the human body and perform physiological functions. Active polypeptides are called active peptides, also known as biologically active peptides or biologically active peptides. There are more than 5,000 peptides currently discovered.


9. Can peptides be taken with medicines at the same time

It can be used at the same time as medicine, but it cannot directly replace medicine. There is no contraindication to any substance such as medicine. It is recommended to use it gradually and gradually increase the consumption to assist medicine and help the body become healthier.

A person has a process of adapting to any substance ingested, which varies according to the individual's intake, living habits, age, disease, physical fitness, and health status. For people with poor physical health, sometimes the improvement reaction does not happen all at once, but gradually occurs in different parts.

10. Can peptides relieve fatigue?

Peptides are rich in lipids and unsaturated fatty acids, both of which are important components of the brain and spinal cord. 70% of the weight of the brain and 80% of the weight of the spinal cord are composed of these two substances.

Therefore, peptides can provide sufficient nutrients for the development and physiological activities of brain cells, promote the healthy development of brain cells, regulate the function of the central nervous system, and keep the brain vigorous. Therefore, it can also relieve human fatigue and make people feel energetic every day. .

11. Will there be allergies when using peptides?

Peptides are originally endogenous substances in the human body, and no people with allergies have been found. The peptides we are now supplementing, such as the peptide products of Jiushengtang, use "enzymatic peptide" technology to simulate the degradation of proteins by the human body, and degrade proteins in an industrialized form outside the human body to obtain the same small molecule activity as the degradation of proteins by the human body. Peptides.

It has important biological functions, does not need to be digested, and is efficiently absorbed. When it enters the human body, it can chelate with calcium and various trace elements taken by humans to avoid its nutrient loss. The absorption mechanism does not compete with the absorption of amino acids.

12. Are there any additives in peptides?

The peptide components extracted from food are naturally close to the human body's own secretion, and do not contain any additives.

However, as peptide products that can be directly consumed by users, such as food additives, in order to help everyone get a better taste, food seasonings that are beneficial to the body are added, which is beneficial to help the generation of immune antibodies.

Peptides are the commander of life, and life is the reaction system of peptides. Peptides are short chains composed of two or more amino acids. They are intermediate substances between amino acids and proteins. They are structural and functional fragments of proteins, and are vital to life. Basic substances, so supplementing peptides is to supplement life.

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