Osteo 3 Plus Musculoskeletal function peptide complex 20 & 60 capsules
The new peptide bioregulators are the same Khavinson's formula peptides that you were used to, but now it is possible to have multiple different peptide complexes in one capsule. With the new peptides, one box of 20 or 60 capsules can contain up to 5 different peptide variations with the same dosage at no compromise! As of now, there are combinations of 3 and 5 peptides in one box. You can also pair these with the original Khavinson peptides to increase the dosage of a specific peptide.
Complex "Osteo 3 Plus" has no drawbacks of synthetic preparations and has high efficiency:
- Bioregulators help improve the function of the musculoskeletal system by optimizing the ratio of calcium ions and phosphorus in bone tissue. This is done both by activating the production of parathormone and tubular bone cells.
- By activating the thymus function, the peptides support the immune system and accelerate the recovery of joints and cartilages.
PEPTIDE COMPLEX OSTEO 3 PLUS
"Osteo 3 Plus" is a complex of natural polypeptides, which is designed to maintain the normal function of the musculoskeletal system, improve calcium metabolism in the body and reduce the negative impact of external and internal factors on the musculoskeletal system. Due to its influence on the immune system, bone tissue and parathyroid gland functions, the use of bioregulators helps maintain the physiological level of calcium in the tubular bones.
With age, the human body loses calcium, especially in women with the onset of 45-50 years. To offset the undesirable effects of such changes, a set of bioregulators "Osteo 3 Plus" was developed.
Each capsule is made up of:
- A-4 Sigumir Cartilage peptides
- A-21 Bonothyrk Parathyroid gland peptides
- A-6 Vladonix Thymus peptides
Directions: 1-2 capsules 2 times a day.
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Peptides of the complex "Osteo 3 Plus" cause noticeable improvements in the state of the musculoskeletal system. They help to maintain sufficient bone mineral density, improve the process of cartilage and bone tissue repair, protect joints from destructive changes due to age, increased stress or metabolic disorders.
FAQ About Khavinson peptides
Disclaimer: Please note that only your own physician can determine your precise needs, but in order to give you some information these answers are based upon the ‘average person’ and clinical/published results.
- What are peptides?
- How Khavinson's peptides work?
- Do short peptides cause addiction?
- How do you make up for the peptide shortage?
- Are short peptides hormones?
- The difference between Khavinson's peptides and other peptides
- Why are peptides called bioregulators?
- Peptide bioregulators
- Are there any contraindications/Do peptides cause overdose?
What are peptides??
Peptides are a large class of amino acid compounds. They include proteins consisting of 50 or less components, protein enzymes, many hormones, antibodies and short Havinson peptides.
How Khavinson's peptides work?
The synthesis of proteins is guided by DNA molecules. But they can't start it themselves and are a reading matrix. Peptides join the right DNA fragment and activate the synthesis of the required proteins.
Do short peptides cause addiction?
Peptide bioregulators are not addictive. Unlike enzymes and hormones, which are supplied to the body in a ready-made form, the chemical formula of short peptides does not contain substances that can form a strong bond with cell receptors and will not allow the rest of the peptides to act.
How do you make up for the peptide shortage?
To make up for peptide deficiency, it is necessary to take complexes specially designed for individual organs or systems. Only in this way all structures exposed to pathological influences can be simultaneously affected.
Are short peptides hormones?
Khavinson's peptides are not hormones. They're natural amino acid combinations. Unlike hormones, they don't need receptors on the cell membrane to affect the production of certain substances. The peptides penetrate the cell nucleus and stimulate the DNA site that triggers the synthesis of the cell's own hormones.
The difference between Khavinson's peptides and other peptides
Khavinson's peptides are obtained by months of extraction. It helps remove proteins, hormones and other compounds longer than 20 amino acids from the mixture. Therefore, they are safe, do not cause addictive or allergic reactions and have no contraindications.
Why are peptides called bioregulators
Bioregulators are short peptides that consist of 2-4 amino acids. They signal a DNA molecule to start synthesizing certain proteins if they are missing from the organ.
Using bioregulators stimulates the division of healthy cells, the synthesis of missing substances. That's why organs and tissues can regenerate quicker. This effect works better in the complex.
Are there any contraindications/Do peptides cause overdose?
If there is an excess of bioregulators in the body, they do not find a DNA site to interact with and are excreted naturally. Peptides are incapable of causing an overdose. Peptide complexes and pregnancy are quite compatible.
Please note: You should always consult a primary care physician/health practitioner of choice when considering the use of any products for health purposes, especially when undergoing treatment for an existing condition.
Warning: If the solution becomes contaminated do not use. To avoid contamination, do not touch tip of container to any surface. Replace cap after using. If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking any medication, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Not intended for use by person under the age of 18. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a dry place and avoid excessive heat.
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