​Peptide Bioregulators: Natural vs Synthesized, Capsules vs Sublingual

​Peptide Bioregulators: Natural vs Synthesized, Capsules vs Sublingual

As you have probably noticed, we have recently added Sublingual Natural Peptide Bioregulators to our collection of peptide products. In this blog post we wanted to provide some explanation on the difference between the two forms of the peptide products - solid and liquid. 

Let’s begin with some essential information about peptides. 

Synthesized vs Natural Peptide Bioregulators

It is important to know that there are two types of peptides -  synthesized and natural. There is a significant difference between these two groups of peptides. 

Natural peptide bioregulators are derived from the organs and tissues of young calves using a patented filtration method. These natural peptides are meticulously filtered to ensure purity, free from any foreign DNA or protein substances. This ensures that they are clean and safe for consumption. Their effect continues to grow even after finishing the supplementation course and lasts up to 4-6 months until the peptide-protein cycle is impaired again. 

On the other hand, synthesized peptide bioregulators are laboratory-created versions of specific peptides found in the body. These synthesized peptides have a more immediate impact compared to natural peptides, providing faster results. However, their effects may be shorter-lived, typically lasting around 1.5 to 2 months. As a result, it is often recommended to switch to natural peptide bioregulators for a follow-up course to sustain and enhance the benefits. 

Sublingual vs Capsules

Both natural and synthesized peptides (each individual peptide) are available in two forms - sublingual and capsules. Solid peptides are available in 20 and 60 capsules boxes. 20 capsules is estimated to last 10 days with a general recommendation to take 1-2 capsules daily during a meal (30 minutes before for best absorption). 

Sublingual peptides are available in a 10ml tube, which is equal to a 20 capsule box and estimated to last 10 days. The daily dose is considered to be 1 ml, adults are recommended to take under the tongue 5-6 drops (0.25-0.35 ml) for 10-15 minutes before eating 3-4 times a day. 

The main difference between capsules and sublingual peptide products is the form of administration. Liquid version was created for the convenience of those who may struggle to swallow capsules or want to avoid having to digest the gelatin capsule. Besides the form of administration, the effectiveness of sublingual peptides is similar to the capsules. Moreover, sublingual peptides are absorbed directly through the mucous membrane of the mouth, which promotes faster penetration of peptides and accelerates their action. 

Want to learn more essential information about peptide bioregulators?  Click here to read another blog post with more detailed information about peptide bioregulator’s origin and tips. 

Please note: Peptide bioregulators are dietary supplements. Information on this site is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by your own physician or healthcare professional. You should not use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease

Jul 18th 2023 Vita-Stream Team

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