The secret of peptides, why are peptides so good for the human body?

May 11, 2021

The 20th century was the century of amino acids. In our country from the 1970s to the 1980s, people used glucose to supplement their nutrition, and in the 1990s they used protein and amino acids. In the 21st century, the rapid advancement of science and technology has provided mankind with a higher and more comprehensive nutritional pursuit! Peptides not only provide an unprecedented supplement to the human body's all-round nutritional needs, but also its biological function, absorption mechanism and preventive function make any nutritious food unmatched. Scientists assert: Peptides-almost omnipotent! Developed countries have focused their life sciences on the development and production of biological peptides. The United States set peptide supplementation as a national policy in 2005, and Japan set peptide supplementation as a national policy in 2006, implementing peptide supplementation for the whole nation. my country listed peptides as a national key product development in 2002, and the 21st century is the century of peptides!

The absorption mechanism and several characteristics of peptides:

1. No need to digest, absorb directly. The peptides in the human body can be obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis of proteins in addition to its own secretion. The small molecule active peptide will not be hydrolyzed by various enzymes and acid-base substances of the human body after being taken by the human body. It enters the small intestine directly like the peptide secreted by the human body, is absorbed by the small intestine, enters the human circulatory system, and exerts biological function. Learn function.

2. Fast absorption and complete absorption. Small molecule active peptides enter the human body orally. It is 70% faster than amino acids. It quickly passes through the human mouth and stomach, directly enters the small intestine, is absorbed by the small intestine, and finally enters the human blood circulatory system, organs and cell tissues, and is intact by the human body. Absorb and utilize, quickly exert its physiological and biological functions. The absorption rate of peptides is synchronized with the infusion, which is unmatched by other nutrients.

3. Actively and preferentially absorbed by the body. Peptides have the characteristics of actively being absorbed by the body or forcing the body to absorb. This is of great significance to those with poor digestion, nutritional deficiencies, and weak bodies.

4. No need to consume human energy. It does not need to increase the burden of the digestive tract, especially the gastrointestinal function.

5. Polypeptides act as carriers and messengers in the human body, and can absorb, paste, and load the nutrients that ordinary people eat, especially the trace elements that are beneficial to the human body, such as calcium. It is sent to various cells, organs, and tissues of the human body, and is absorbed and used by the human body together with the body. It acts as a messenger of neurotransmitter to transmit information, directs nerves, plays its own role, and maintains the team spirit and overall effect of human nerves.

In short, the absorption mechanism of peptides is quite different from that of other substances, and it can be said to be unique. The absorption mechanism of peptides is superior to that of all substances and is of extremely important significance to human physiological health.


What are the secretion cycles of human active peptides?

1: Sufficient secretion period (adolescence before the age of 25)

During this period, the amount of endocrine is balanced, the immune function is strong, and the human body is generally not prone to diseases.

2: Insufficient secretion period (30-50 years old and middle-aged)

During this period, if the secretion of active peptides is insufficient or unbalanced, various related sub-health states and mild disease symptoms will appear (common in people over 40).

3: Secretory deficiency period (middle-aged and elderly over 50 years old)

If the active peptide is severely insufficient and severely imbalanced during this period, very prominent symptoms of aging may appear, or various related diseases may occur.

4: Secretion termination period (senescence period)

During this period, the active peptides in the human body are not secreted or secreted, which leads to the decline of cell function, causes the failure and loss of organ function, and finally leads to the end of life.

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