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Nowadays population in developed countries has an average lifespan of 80 years, but during our life we spend about 30% of our energy on protecting our body from harmful factors. Environmental hazards, stress and radiation cause a change in the structure of genes, which in its turn accelerates ageing and shortens lifespan by 30-40%.

The current scientific advances make it possible to control the process of ageing. This approach is based on a bio-regulatory system that is operated by cellular mediators called peptides. Peptide functions include information exchange between the cells of endocrine, nervous and immune systems, reconstruction of organs and tissues, restoration of weakened functions and regulation of gene activity.  

The short peptides are tissue-specific and connect to relevant parts of the genes. They open the DNA molecules and access the data contained in the genes in order to correct the tissue and to prevent anomalies that may occur during cell division. In other words, each particular peptide regulates the activity of a particular gene while genes in their turn direct the synthesis of proteins. As ageing is associated with extensive changes in both general and specific protein synthesis, a course of diverse peptides can restore the optimal function of an organism and prevent premature ageing.

Professor Khavinson, the world-renowned gerontologist, currently the President of the European Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, discovered a link between short chain peptides and DNA already 40 years ago while he was working at S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy (former USSR). Together with his colleagues he developed a complicated method of extracting peptides from different animal tissues and has been studying them ever since. At the moment, there are 16 different natural peptide complexes, including the two most efficient products - Endoluten and Vladonix - that proved their capacity to prevent premature ageing and to extend estimated lifespan by 30-40%.  
 
These products are highly effective, act quickly and have no side effects: peptides in animals and humans are identical and our body sees them as its own. Moreover, the short peptides normalize the protein synthesis without overstimulating it. Over 15 million people have successfully undergone the peptide treatment in the past 30 years. 

With time, the organism lacks more and more peptides and this accelerates the deterioration of tissues and eventually causes ageing. Proper tissue function requires an adequate amount of peptides which are responsible for optimizing the functioning of the genes. The peptides present in specific cells are synthesized in those specific cells. Thus, as cell functions weaken over time, the reproduction of the peptides slows down, which causes further damage to the cell functions and, as a result, may lead to a clinical condition. The use of short peptides is one of the best possibilities to significantly slow the ageing process via stimulation, proliferation and regeneration of the tissue as well as increase in the number of cells.

Another important advantage of peptides is its significant anti-tumor effect. At the moment, the use of peptides is the best compromise-free method for cancer prevention and recovery as it allows the renewal of cells and tissues. This goal can be reached not only by regulation and coordination of the cyclical processes, but also by reinforcing cell division without the risk of anomalies, suitable for tissue reconstruction.

Short peptides do not transform in the digestive system and can be used by anyone as they have no side effects. They exert their effect gradually because a certain amount of time is needed to relieve peptide deficiency.  

Please note that the use of peptides does not replace any medical examination or medical treatment!

If you want to learn more about peptides, please check out the official webpage of St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology of the North-Western Branch of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. We recommend you to read Prof. Khavinson's article 'Peptide regulation of ageing' and to go to his webpage to know more about his patents and publications.    

We believe we can help people who do not speak Russian to benefit from these high-performance products by selling them online, sharing and translating available information into English, giving access to relevant data and resources. We do our best to make the information on this website accurate. We would appreciate our customers' feedback and suggestions about the shop, products, delivery etc. So feel free to contact us at info@peptidesstore.com or visit our Facebook page.  

Enjoy good health!

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