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    Insulin is a peptide growth hormone that lowers blood glucose level, promotes glucose storage as glycogen and fat. Fasting decreases insulin production.

     

    Insulin is a peptide hormone that has extensive effects on metabolism and other body functions, such as vascular compliance. Insulin causes cells in the liver, muscle, and fat tissue to take up glucose from the blood, storing it as glycogen in the liver and muscle, and stopping use of fat as an energy source. When insulin is absent (or low), glucose is not taken up by body cells, and the body begins to use fat as an energy source. As its level is a central metabolic control mechanism, its status is also used as a control signal to other body systems (such as amino acid uptake by body cells).

    Peptide hormones are produced by the pancreas,  kidney, stomach, intestine, placenta and liver.  Insulin is made of two amino acid sequences. The chains are linked together through the sulfur atoms of cysteine (Cys).

    Promising first steps are made in supplementing peptide products to diabetes type 2 patients. Although the results are there more studies are desired to further understand the optimal  combination and diabetes. 

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     For further information on peptides and insulin.  

    Recov Bipeptides is a 100% predigested protein peptide supplement. Ultimate absorbtion and fast resorbtion is guaranteed.For amino acids to work they have to be digested fully. Digestion means that the protein in food have to me broken down into smal amino acids chains called peptides. Healthy people can only transfer mono peptides, bipeptides and tripeptides into the blood. These amino acids which take too long to digest or are mutated by heat, sun, chemicals and or fluids can not be absorbed into the blood.

     All amino acids play their role. If one is missing the whole process stops.  Deficiency of good quality protein in the diet may contribute to seemingly unrelated symptoms such as sexual dysfunction, blood pressure problems, fatigue, obesity, diabetes, frequent infections, digestive problems, and bone mass loss leading to osteoporosis. Severe restriction of dietary protein causes kwashiorkor which is a form of malnutrition characterized by loss of muscle mass, growth failure, and decreased immunity.

    Recov Bipeptides is a food supplement. Recov Bipeptides is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

    Here you find which amino acid does what for your insulin level or tissue recovery.

                                      

    HISTIDINE   (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    •  is essential for the growth and repair of tissues;diabetes

    ISOLEUCINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • stabilizes and regulates blood sugar and energy levels;

    LEUCINE  (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • lowers blood sugar levels;

    ALANINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • aids in the metabolism of glucose, a simple carbohydrate that the body uses for energy;

    ARGININE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • aids in stimulating the pancreas to release insulin In the pancreas diabetic-foot-12320
    • it is used to release insulin.

    GLUTAMIC ACID (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • important in the metabolism of sugars and fats;

    GLYCINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • improves glycogen storage, thus freeing up glucose for energy needs;

    ORNITHINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • stimulates insulin secretion and helps insulin work as an anabolic (muscle building) hormone.  
    • Rejuvenation Promotes muscle-building activity in the body by increasing levels of anabolic (growth-promoting) hormones such as insulin and growth hormone. diabetes_type2

    TAURINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

    • Is important for the energy metabolism / the transformation of food into energy
    • useful for people with atherosclerosis, edema, heart disorders, hypertension, or hypoglycemia;  
    Last Updated on Saturday, 19 December 2009 19:42