The Lungs Peptide
Bioregulator helps the lungs function at their optimum levels, improving the bronchial tree activity and
reducing bronchi's potential disorders
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Taxorest is a peptide
bioregulator specifically used to protect the lungs function and improve the activity of bronchial tree. Taxorest
provides the following benefits:
Helps the lungs work well, at their optimum levels
Helps restore bronchi's post-disorder functionality
Has the same role as peptide bioregulators developed in the
There are no adverse side effects
As one of the body's hardest-working organs, the lungs are located in
the chest, one lung on each side. Like the heart and the brain, the lungs have a life-giving function, necessary
for the function of all other organs in the body. The lungs expand and
contract up to 20 times a minute, to supply oxygen to the body and expell carbon dioxide from it. The blood absorbs
oxygen and distributes it throughout the body.
When the air we breathe contains dust, pollen, pollutants, or
bacteria and viruses, we end up having respiratory problems and even diseases, which can quickly have serious
consequences. These could be minor problems, such as cold and sinusitis, or more serious ones, such as bronchitis
and pneumonia. Self-inflicted conditions, such as smoking, can cause cancer.
Taxorest peptide bioregulator improves the bronchial tree activity and protects the
What is a peptide
Peptides are small biological molecules, consisting of two or more
amino acids. When a molecule has up to 50 amino acids, it's considered to be a peptide. Larger molecules of 50 or
more amino acids are called proteins.
Being smaller molecules and with shorter chains of amino acids than
proteins, peptides can enter the blood through the digestive system, to initiate protein synthesis. This synthesis
initiates cell repair and regeneration.
Each organ and gland in the body has its own unique peptide
bioregulator. With age these peptides become less active, resulting in tissues not being repaired. Being small and
easier to absorb through the stomach, peptide bioregulators have the ability to interact directly with cell DNA.
This enables them to start tissue repair and regenerations in specific body organs and