Urinary-3-Complex // Cell supply with kidney, urinary bladder and thymus peptides
Urinary-3-Complex supports the cell supply with kidney, urinary bladder and thymus peptides
Urinary-3-Complex - dietary supplement with broad spectrum polypeptide fraction complex concentrate (extract) from the kidneys, urinary bladder and thymus of young animals.
2 capsules Urinary-3-Complex (recommended daily dose) contain:
- Kidneys extract (contain kidney polypeptide complex concentrate) 20 mg
- Urinary bladder extract (contain urinary bladder polypeptide complex concentrate) 20 mg
- Thymus extract (contain thymus polypeptide complex concentrate) 20 mg
Urinary-3-Complex is a natural product that was developed for special purposes. Its main task is to supply the cells of the kidneys, the urinary bladder and the thymus with missing tissue-specific peptides if necessary. The kidney peptides, urinary bladder peptides or the thymus peptides are normally sufficiently formed by the body itself from proteins. Young and healthy people who lead a healthy lifestyle usually do not need to add such peptides from the outside. But why and especially when does it make sense to additionally supply the body cells with these peptides? The answer to this is hidden in the most important biological process for all living organisms - protein biosynthesis.
Protein biosynthesis is the formation of new proteins in cells and thus the process of gene expression, which is of central importance for all living things. During this process (e.g. in kidney cells, urinary bladder cells, thymus cells, etc.) proteins are built up from amino acids according to genetic information. This is necessary for cells to grow and perform their most important functions. Proteins control all important processes in the body. Optimal protein synthesis in the cells of the kidneys, urinary bladder and thymus is essential for the normal function of these organs. During cellular protein metabolism, the proteins "break down" into small fractions - peptides. These peptides regulate many cellular processes, including the cell cycle, gene expression (protein synthesis), or the response to oxidative stress. They are therefore often referred to as regulatory peptides or peptide bioregulators.
Deficiency of peptides during aging and exposure to extreme factors
Protein synthesis works very well in a young, healthy organism. Because of this, the cells of the kidneys, urinary bladder, and thymus usually work very well in young and healthy people. The health of these cells is critical to the optimal functioning of the urinary system. Unfortunately, with age, but also due to the long-term effects of many harmful factors on the body (physical or psychological stress, pollution, illness, poor diet, etc.), the intensity of protein synthesis in cells decreases significantly. This means that the older the person gets or the more extreme the loads on the urinary or immune system, especially the kidneys or the urinary bladder, the lower the intensity of protein synthesis in these organs. As a result, fewer regulatory peptides are formed in the cells of these organs. Functional disorders of the kidneys, the urinary bladder or the thymus as well as disorders of the self-regulation of the urinary system or the immune system can occur. In such cases, one speaks of premature (accelerated) aging (wear) of the systems.
Enrichment of the peptide pool
Scientists have found that short peptides are identical in all mammals and humans. This means that such animal peptides are accepted as endogenous by the human organism. A deficit in regulatory peptides such as kidney peptides, urinary bladder peptides or thymus peptides can thus be compensated for by using peptides of animal origin from the same tissues (cells). In addition, it was found that biological peptides have tissue specificity. This means that they can only get into cells of the tissue from which they originally came. Accordingly, kidney peptides can only be absorbed by kidney cells, urinary bladder peptides can only be absorbed by urinary bladder cells, thymic peptides can only be absorbed by thymus cells, and so on. Biological peptides can only interact with cells in the tissue from which they originate. They have no mechanisms of interaction with cells from other tissues.
In other experiments, scientists have found that peptides that enter the bloodstream from the intestines are only absorbed by old, exhausted, and damaged cells. Young, healthy and fully functional cells do not absorb additional peptides. In general, cells only absorb the molecules from the blood that they know and actually need. Correspondingly, by enriching the blood with kidney peptides, urinary bladder peptides and thymus peptides, the pool of regulatory peptides in the corresponding tissues (kidneys, urinary bladder, thymus) is also enriched. When the peptide level is physiologically normal, the cell begins to work normally again, as in a young and healthy organism. An optimal availability of peptides in the kidney cells, urinary bladder cells and thymus cells is essential for the function of these cells as well as for an optimal function of the urinary and immune systems. A well-functioning urine system needs support from a strong immune system. An optimal qualitative and quantitative availability of regulatory peptides in the cells is essential for their optimal function.
Innovative technology from Previtalica
The innovative technology developed by our company enables particularly gentle processing of animal tissues. This technology makes it possible to obtain low molecular weight protein fractions (polypeptide fractions) from the tissues of the kidneys, urinary bladder and thymus , which retain their high natural bioavailability and activity. The natural structure of peptide molecules is not impaired in this technological process. This is an important feature for the high quality of the Urinary-3-Complex as well as for all other Previtalica peptide products.
Urinary-3-Complex has a nutritional–physiological effect on the body. Its most important task is to supply the body cells with a broad spectrum complex of kidney peptides, urinary bladder peptides and thymus peptides. In this way, a lack of regulatory peptides in the corresponding cells can be compensated for. The rest is done by the body itself. Urinary-3-Complex does not contain any hormones and has no anabolic, hormonal or pharmaceutical effects. This is a completely safe natural product for special nutritional purposes. Urinary-3-Complex supplies the cells of the urinary and immune systems with exactly the nutrients that these cells need in certain situations, especially during aging or under permanently increased stress - the tissue-specific regulatory peptides.
The nutrient in the Urinary-3-Complex is a broad-spectrum complex of specially processed low-molecular proteins (polypeptide complexes) from kidneys, urinary bladder and thymus from young animals (calves) not older than 11 months. In the digestive tract, these substances are broken down into short biologically active kidney peptides, bladder peptides, thymus peptides and amino acids. Since they retain their endogenous form, they are optimally absorbed by the target cells. Therefore, these substances can also be administered in very small doses. The effect is aimed exclusively at bringing the peptide pool in the cells of the kidneys, urinary bladder and thymus to a physiologically normal level. This effect unfolds gently and slowly in a completely natural way. The use of Urinary-3-Complex is therefore recommended, if necessary, daily for several weeks.
Urinary-3-Complex consumption recommendation: for adults 2 capsules daily before the meal. We recommend using it for a month and repeating the application every 3 months.
Urinary-3-Complex storage recommendation: keep in the original packaging, dry, protected from light, at room temperature not above 25°C and out of the reach of small children.
Urinary-3-Complex is deliberately free of undesirable or controversial emulsifiers, stabilizers, carriers, preservatives, superplasticizers, colorants, lactose and other cheap additives.