Amino acids are biologically important organic compounds consisting of amine (-NH2) and carboxylic acid (-COOH) as functional groups together with a specific side chain for each amino acid. The main constituents of an amino acid are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, although there are other elements in the side chains of certain amino acids. Amino acids are classified into three categories: essential, non-essential and semi-essential amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be produced by the body and must be supplied from the outside with food. Nonessential amino acids are produced by the body from essential amino acids or are formed during the natural degradation of proteins. Semi-essential amino acids are usually not essential, except for growth, heavy exercise, or stress.

It does not matter just to live. As humans, we make certain demands of life: it should be productive and exciting, just simply worth living. And we have to be physically and mentally active until old age. And, of course, none of us wants to be a burden to others, for example being sick or requiring care. Bioregulators can help by nourishing body and mind alike. The highest efficiency is observed in their complex application. They belong to the class of parapharmaceutical products and not to the drugs. Bioregulators help to optimize the cell functions to which they are assigned.

The composition of the bioregulators is of natural origin. The complexes include proteins, nucleic acids, microelements, minerals (copper, zinc, magnesium, manganese, iron, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, sodium, etc.) and vitamins (thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, retinol, alpha tocopherol, and others) in assimilable shape. All this makes them so nutritionally valuable.

Proteins are important building materials of living organisms of all kinds. They consist of different amino acids, which are linked together like a chain via so-called peptide bonds. The order of these amino acids determines the function of each protein.
Amino acid chains consisting of fewer than 100 “members” are called peptides. The tiny peptides – they are each no larger than 1 nm – are composed only of a short chain of amino acids. Depending on the number of their constituents, one speaks of dipeptide at two, tripeptide at three, with a maximum of ten amino acid residues of oligopeptide and with 100 amino acid residues of polypeptide. While proteins are macromolecular substances, peptides belong to the microcosm or nanoworld because of their small size.

Specific peptides have impact on each organ of the body and on each cell. For example, when peptides are extracted from the organs of vision of animals, they adapt exactly to the DNA of the human body. All animal peptides can now also be produced synthetically with a nature-identical structure.

The duration of administration depends on your needs. Ideally, adults take 2 capsules daily with food for 30 days. It is advisable to repeat the treatment after four to six months.

You can combine up to 5 bioregulator complexes at the same time.

Millions of people have taken bioregulators over the past 30 years without any side effects. Since amino acids are identical in animals and humans, our bodies view them as their own. Bioregulators only normalize protein synthesis and cannot overstimulate it.

Individual intolerance to the components during pregnancy, lactation or personal intolerance is possible.

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Sometimes it can be hard to notice changes subjectively. Ask your doctor which tests can be performed to assess your current health status. Take this test before and after taking bioregulators.