PCC-12 supports the cell supply with urinary bladder peptides
PCC-12 - dietary supplement with polypeptide fraction complex concentrate (extract) from the urinary bladder of young animals.
2 capsules PCC-12 (recommended daily dose) contain: bladder extract (contains bladder peptide complex concentrate) 20 mg.
The optimal functioning of the human urinary system is directly linked to the condition of the urinary bladder cells. The optimal function of the urinary bladder cells is in turn directly related to the intensity of protein synthesis in these cells. 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 and in which proteins are built up from amino acids according to genetic information. This process is necessary for cells to grow and perform their most important functions. Proteins regulate all important functions in the body.
Protein synthesis works well in a young organism. Accordingly, the organs and organ systems usually function well even in a young organism. During the 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.
In a young body with a normal intensity of protein synthesis, the bladder peptides are produced in sufficient quantities by the body itself. Unfortunately, with increasing age, but also under the influence of many harmful stress factors on the body, the intensity of protein synthesis decreases significantly. This means that the older we get or the more extreme the conditions under which the bladder operates, the lower the intensity of protein synthesis in the bladder cells. Fewer bladder peptides are formed under these conditions. As a result, various damage and dysfunction can occur in these cells.
Missing regulatory bladder peptides can be replenished through the use of animal bladder peptides. Scientists have found that missing peptides in a tissue can be replenished by using animal peptides from the same tissue. Short peptides have been shown to be identical in all mammals and humans. Animal bladder peptides are therefore accepted as endogenous by the human body. In addition, the biological peptides have what is known as tissue specificity. This means that they can only get into cells of the tissue from which they originally came. Bladder peptides can only be taken up by bladder cells. They have no mechanisms of interaction with other cells.
When using PCC-12, the pool of regulatory peptides of the urinary bladder tissue is enriched. The qualitative and quantitative availability of regulatory bladder peptides in the bladder cells is essential for the normal function of the urinary bladder and thus for the urinary system.
The technology developed by our company enables the production of absolutely safe low molecular weight factions from animal bladder tissues. The natural form of the animal proteins is not changed during the technological process. This guarantees that bladder peptides, which are transported to the bladder cells in the bloodstream, have their high natural bioavailability.
PCC-12 consumption recommendation: for adults 2 capsules daily before the meal. We recommend using it for a month and repeating the application every 3 months.
PCC-12 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.
PCC-12 is deliberately free of undesirable or controversial emulsifiers, stabilizers, carriers, preservatives, superplasticizers, colorants, lactose and other cheap additives.
PCC = peptide complex concentrate.