Vitamins participate in many organic and cellular functions: development and strengthening of the skeleton, transformation and better assimilation of nutrients, maintenance of vision, improvement of blood quality and functions of the nervous, muscular and immune systems.
Vitamins protect against many diseases including cardiovascular diseases or diseases related to degeneration and aging. Vitamins A, B, C, D and E are known to boost immunity and protect against cancer.
Enzymes are proteins that create metabolic reactions. Depending on their amino acid sequence, enzymes have different structures that determine their catalytic properties. Enzymes are said to be catalysts; they cause and accelerate the reactions of cellular metabolism, such as the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) or telomerase function (telomeres).
Peptides (proteins) are short chains of amino acids: they have the role of “building blocks” for the regeneration of organs but also for the maintenance of collagen, elastin and keratin in the skin.
Proteins and peptides are made from amino acids. It is therefore essential to consume enough natural organic matter (fruits, vegetables, etc.) non-GMO (including amino acids) to produce the body’s necessary peptides. There are twenty (20) essential amino acids that can be combined to create a wide variety of molecules (organelles) for the functions of our organs and maintaining our hormonal balance. A chain of more than fifty (50) amino acids is called a protein instead of a peptide.
Twenty percent (20%) of the human body is composed of proteins and these are made up of essential amino acids present in several processes such as:
- the construction of the cellular structure
- storage and transport of nutrients
- cell renewal of vital bones, muscles, tissues and organs
The organic quality of non-GMO protein peptides is important in the choice of food supplements. Peptides, vitamins and natural biological enzymes help absorb and bind more bioavailable amino acids (unlike synthetic products).