What does every living organism have?
Heart? Nope. Blood? Nope. Brain? Still no. Every living organism has protein. Even viruses that do not have a cellular shell or other cell structures are surrounded by a layer of protein.
Where does the protein come from? Cells produce it, and the DNA molecule guides the process. It contains information about all proteins in the form of genes. Each living creature has an individual number of them. A person has approximately 22500 genes.
If all genes are active, which is almost impossible, the cell synthesizes all the proteins it needs. The natural ageing of the body and the harmful factors that people face almost every day damage part of the genes and they lose their activity. And then there are various disruptions – there is a lack of enzymes, hormones, the growth and division of cells slows down, and metabolic processes slow down.
The peptide bioregulators task is to get into the cell nucleus and join the necessary inactive DNA site. They operate on the key lock principle – each peptide fits only its own fragment. When DNA is activated, it transmits a signal to other cell structures that synthesize the right proteins.
By improving the function of each cell, peptides help improve the function of organs and entire systems. This is why the body is renewed and has the resources to live longer and have no health problems.