Physiological Functions Of Peptides

November 18, 2019

The transmitter function. After being absorbed by the human body, the small peptide acts as a neurotransmitter, and transmits information to various organs and systems of the human body, making the human body smarter and more sensitive, and more tacit understanding.

The "police" function. Each peptide has a different division of labor. Some peptides act as "policemen" and find peptides that are mutated in the body. Unqualified peptides, they will kiss her, kissed peptides, and finally be pulverized and discharged by another peptide like a "crusher". in vitro.

The balance function. Some people think that protein degradation, synthetic peptides, eating more will not be harmful, or too nutritious, too active. The answer is yes, no. The peptide is in the human body, just like a bottle of water, the water is full and self-flowing is excreted. Moreover, the rate of metabolism of small peptides in the human body is very fast, and the rate of taking the human body is not as fast as that of the human body.

The energy function. Protein is the main substance that makes up the human body. Human protein is achieved by absorbing small peptides. The same is true of the human body's energy. The body's heat, strength, bursting power, and endurance are all reactions to energy. The savings of human energy, that is, the amount of peptide. The higher the peptide content of the human body, the stronger the activity and the greater the energy.

The antibody function. After entering the human body, the small peptide first fuses with the human cell membrane, and the antibody is produced by the cell membrane. The antibody produced by the fusion of the small peptide and the cell membrane prevents the various viruses from entering the cell membrane, so that the cell membrane is not infected, and the human body is not susceptible to disease.