Vitapept - thyroid, adrenal and gastric mucosa peptides

Vitapept peptide bioregulator with thyroid peptide, adrenal peptide and gastric mucosa peptide

Vitapept - dietary supplement (peptide bioregulator) with thyroid extract (contains thyroid peptide), adrenal extract (contains adrenal peptide), and gastric mucosa extract (contains gastric mucosa peptide).

Net weight: 18.3 g
60 capsules ea. containing 0.305 g

2 capsules of Vitapept (recommended daily dose) include:

Ingredients: Moringa oleifera leaf powder (65.6%), gelatine (bovine, capsule), thyroid extract (calf/pig, 3.3%), gastric mucosal extract (calf/pig, 3.3%), adrenal extract (calf/pig, 3.3%).

User Instructions: For adults: take 2 capsules daily with a meal. We recommend use for one month and a repetition of use approximately after 4-6 months.

Store in the original packaging, dry, protected from light, at room temperature up to 25°C and out of young children’s reach. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements are never a substitute for a diverse and balanced diet, and a healthy lifestyle. In the event of any individual intolerance of ingredients, during pregnancy and breastfeeding, Vitapept should not be used.

Vitapep is deliberately free from: emulsifier, stabilizer, excipient, preservative, release agent, flow agent, coating agent, dye, lactose and other undesirable additives.

The role of the thyroid, adrenal glands and stomach in the body's energy balance

Adrenal glands and the thyroid gland are two organs that significantly influence the body's energy balance. An energy deficiency is usually associated with a hypofunction (Hypo -...) of these organs, while an hyperfunction (Hyper -...) means temporarily and acutely more energy, but often due to an underlying deficiency situation. This deficiency often only occurs when the acute physical or mental stress situation has subsided.

Such dysfunctions are often caused by the effects of a stressful life without sufficient recovery times over a long period of time. The result of this stress often results in an underfunction of one or both "energy organs" - thyroid and adrenal gland. Good thyroid function cannot be achieved without the support of a strong adrenal gland.

The adrenal glands and the thyroid regulate the production of almost 98% of our energy, which we have available for daily needs. Both organs work closely together. Good functioning of both organ systems is therefore essential for our health and, above all, for a vital, powerful and joyful life. An underactive thyroid and adrenal gland slows down the metabolism and lowers the energy supply. This can be felt from fatigue, physical and mental weakness as well as from rapid exhaustion, restraint, lack of motivation, sadness and even depressive moods. Some people perceive the lack of energy only so that "not everything is as before" and they do many things in life with willpower, but no longer with great enthusiasm. If this situation continues for a long time, it can lead to "burnout" and a complete breakdown of life energy.

In addition to many environmental pollution from toxins, noise, light and electromagnetic fields (EMF), deficiency symptoms due to a lack of absorption of minerals and other nutrients are another component for the occurrence of chronic fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). . , Depression and all forms of "burnout". A stomach with a dysfunction cannot fulfill the first phase of good nutrient absorption and thus torpedo all subsequent digestive efforts. The result is deficiency symptoms, which in turn affect all other organs.

By reviving and restoring these three important organs, the energy in the organism can be made available again and ensure a powerful and vital life.

Thyroid, adrenal and gastric peptides

Peptide-containing thyroid, adrenal and gastric extracts are proteins that serve many different purposes and are an important part of a healthy and balanced diet. They make an important contribution to supplying the body with important nutrients and maintaining normal self-regulation in the body.

Peptides are found in every cell in our body. They are also called biopeptides. Thyroid peptides are contained in the thyroid cells, adrenal peptides in the adrenal cells, the gastric peptides in the gastric cells and so on. Peptides can consist of 2 to 100 amino acids linked by a peptide bond. In living organisms, peptides are products of cellular protein metabolism. This is a very important biological process in our body.

A process of protein biosynthesis takes place in every living cell. This is a process of new protein formation in the cells. This is also a key process of gene expression for all living things. Properly functioning protein biosynthesis is very important for the cells to develop and function properly. During cellular protein metabolism, the proteins break down into small fractions. These fractions are the peptides (or biopeptides).

Biopeptides are involved in many biological processes in the body. They essentially fulfill the functions of an information carrier. They transmit the information or signals to a precisely defined recipient. In biology, the peptides are also referred to as information and signaling molecules. For example, the biopeptides are an important part of the regulation of protein biosynthesis and cell metabolism. The physiologically normal availability of regulatory peptides in the body is also of great importance for the self-regulation of the important body systems.

Thyroid and adrenal glands are the main organs for self-regulation of the body's energy balance. The physiologically normal availability of thyroid peptides and adrenal peptides is therefore very important for the support of the cells of this system. A optimal qualitative and quantitative supply of the organism with all the nutrients relevant for this system is a good contribution to nutrition and supports the self-regulation of the body's energy balance. Important nutrients for this are, for example, natural vitamin C, selenium, iodine, thyroid peptides, adrenal peptides and others.

Protein biosynthesis usually works very well in a young body. Accordingly, the organs and organ systems generally work well in young people. Unfortunately, the intensity of protein biosynthesis decreases with age. Even in young people who are exposed to the effects of many negative stress factors such as psychological stress, physical stress, pollution, diseases, etc., the intensity of protein biosynthesis decreases rapidly. If the influence of these stress factors is permanent, this can lead to negative effects on various self-regulation processes in the body. For example, in protein biosynthesis, cell metabolism, etc. As a result, the cell cannot function properly. Due to the impaired protein biosynthesis in the cells, a lack of intact regulatory peptides can occur. However, the optimal availability of regulatory peptides is important for normal cell function.

Biopeptides of animal origin are natural bioactive nutrients. The use of these substances leads to the accumulation of the level of regulatory peptides in the tissue from which they originate. It is a natural, biological process. For example, thyroid peptides are accumulated in the thyroid tissue, adrenal peptides in the adrenal tissue, etc. An optimal qualitative and quantitative supply of the cells with suitable biopeptides and the maintenance of the availability of these peptides on a physiologically normal level is of great importance for the optimal support of the self-regulation processes and cell functions.

Due to its biological nature, a cell can only absorb as many peptides as is intended by nature. The cell cannot absorb more nutrients than necessary. Enrichment can therefore only take place up to the physiologically normal level. Only until the deficiency is remedied. This means that an overdose when using biopeptides is impossible.

Since the biopeptides are natural bioactive nutrients, they develop their effects naturally and therefore very gently and slowly. It is therefore recommended to use products with these substances regularly. We recommend planning a little more time for the first course: 2-3 months, better 4 months. After this course, a break of 1-3 months can be taken. If necessary, the first course can be repeated. After that, 3-4 courses per year with a duration of one month may be sufficient. Of course, individual concepts can also be used depending on the situation or need.

Individual development and production of Vitapept

Vitapept is one of many sample products, which can be developed and manufactured by Previtalica. Vitapept was developed in this form individually for a certain group of therapists for special concepts. The Vitapept recipe can be changed or adapted as required. The product can be developed individually for each concept. If you are interested in contract manufacturing of this product, or would like to order the development of a new, similar product, please contact our team.