The word “peptides” is well-known among anti-age experts and cosmetologists. Peptides are, essentially, short chains of amino acids that further connect together and form proteins. Now, proteins are essential ‒ they form hormones, neural messengers, and cell receptors. Peptides help you take control of your health on the molecular level by integrating into cell metabolic processes. There are effective products with short peptides:

Telomerase activation

The genetic information that controls cell regeneration is found in telomerase, a small terminal component of every chromosome. Telomerase basically gives out signals for cells to divide in their programmed time. On a molecular level, telomerase is a complex combination of peptides and carbohydrates that form DNA strings.

The structure of telomerase is enhanced by short nano-peptide strings, which slow down the aging process. Telomerase is stimulated and supported by Epitalon's primary components.

There are multiple scientific studies that prove the efficiency of this mechanism:

You have probably heard about telomerase shortening ‒ the process that slows down cell regeneration and exposes the body to more health risks. With the supplemental help of certain peptides, this process of aging can be slowed. As peptides integrate into the DNA, they boost transcription and translation processes through telomerase, therefore activating its proper operation.

Antioxidant properties

Cell oxidation can be slowed down even though it is a normal process that occurs naturally as we age. Nano-peptides have a complementary interaction with DNA that allows them to enhance cell cycle regulation and prevent early oxidation of cells. This helps to prevent aging while also guarding against cell damage.

You may have heard about different antioxidant chemicals ‒ they have a similar working principle, but they never affect cell structure from the inside, unlike peptides. Having a direct impact on cell protection increases its efficiency.

Regulation of gene expression

Due to their extremely small size and simple chemical structure, peptides nearly never break down while moving through metabolic pathways. They can then interact with DNA to control its transcription and translation into amino acids as a result of being able to integrate into cells.

Transcription is the act of "reading" the DNA code and converting it into peptides through translation. The addition of peptides into this process influences the expression of genes and, therefore, metabolic processes. This is how you can regulate cell cycles, slow down aging processes on a molecular level, and, essentially, normalize the operation of neural messengers.

On the Nanopep website, you can buy peptide-based supplements and learn more about relevant research projects. Here are the contacts:, or mailing address: Via Adige, 1 64028 Silvi, Italy.