Ten Physiological Functions Of Peptides

November 13, 2019

Protein degradation, artificial synthesis, from 2-6 amino acid chains, small peptides with a molecular weight below 10,000, have ten physiological functions.

The carrier function. The small peptide exhibits a carrier function by its own physiological activity. It can take other nutrients that the body takes. Such as calcium, iron, zinc, manganese, copper, potassium, sodium, various vitamins, biotin, contained in their own body.

The chelation function. Small peptides can chelate with various macroelements and trace elements, chelate small peptides to bind calcium, small peptides to bind zinc, small peptides to bind iron, small peptides to bind copper, small peptides to bind manganese, and the like. These macro and micro elements combined with small peptides can be absorbed and utilized by the human body 100%. Therefore, calcium supplementation, iron supplementation, zinc supplementation, no peptide supplementation, equal to white supplementation. Not combined with small peptides, constant and trace elements are easily precipitated in the human digestive system and eventually eliminated from the body.

The adsorption function. After the small peptide enters the human body, it absorbs other nutrients taken by the human body on its own body.

The transportation function. After entering the human body, the small peptide shows the function of transport. It transports various nutrients to the desired parts of the body through loading and adsorption functions

The power function. After being absorbed by the human body, the small peptide is motivated by its own activity and participates in human life and physiological activities.