Several decades of research have been conducted on Peptides and it has been discovered that Peptides play a significant role in the regulation of multiple mechanisms of biological aging. The Russians have taken a leading role in this research. Professor Vladamir Khavison has been a pioneer in this research. The Peptide theory of aging submits that the average lifespan can be increased by slowing down the aging process. Professor Khavison has stated that changes in Gene Expression result in decreased protein synthesis eventually leading to aging and disease. Stimulation of peptide production through the use of “Peptide Bioregulators” designed to affect specific organs, systems or conditions in the body can shortcut and increase organ function. Peptides are tissue specific and have beneficial effects from the organs they were extracted from.
What does this mean for all of us?
There is an emerging range of synthetically created natural analogues and peptide bioregulators that serve the same role as those that are produced organically in the body but that significantly decrease with age which result in Muscle loss, worn skin and hair, sore joints, drive loss and other aging symptoms.
In future installments of the Peptide Series we will review some of the Peptides that are available today and what they are doing to change peoples lives by reverse many of the effects of aging.