Again another great source of Acetyl Hexapeptide-8
|26.3.2021||Posted by ankethread under Advertising & Marketing|
Even though comet impacts on our Stapled Peptide are synonymous with mass extinctions–such as the demise of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago–research presented in August 2015 at the Goldschmidt geochemistry conference held in Prague, Czech Republic, shows that ancient comet impacts may well have triggered the substantial synthesis of peptides–the first building blocks of life on Earth. This discovery may have important implications for the evolution of life on our own planet–as well as the genesis of life elsewhere.
Dr. Haruna Sugahara, of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) in Yokahama, and Dr. Koichi Mimura, from Nagoya University performed a series of experiments to replicate the ancient conditions associated with comet impacts on the primordial Earth during the era when life first appeared, about 4 billion years ago.
Again another great source of Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 for those days when you just don’t feel like eating meat. What makes fish even better is it’s omega-3 content. The brain comprises of over 60% fat, and of that more than half is DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) omega-3 fatty acid. This explains why omega-3 has been given the name brain food & why a deficiency in omega-3 can lead to conditions such as anxiety, depression and even Alzheimer’s disease. Not only does consuming fish high in omega-3 make you feel better, it can also make you look better! Yep, omega-3 has the capacity to increase your insulin sensitivity. This means your body will be less prone to creating insulin after a meal & you will store less fat.
A word of warning with fish; Make sensible choices, unfortunately there is the dark side of mercury content. Mercury build up in your body can undo all the good work by slowing down your thyroid, and subsequently your metabolism. The best choices (with the lowest mercury content) when you feel a bit fishy are things like ocean trout, sardines, snapper, salmon and whiting. Try to avoid tuna, flake and barramundi.
Sauerkraut & Kefir
Your Peptide synthesis is responsible for all sorts of things ranging from building immunity, aiding in the fermentation and absorption of carbohydrates & metabolic functions like synthesizing vitamins & metabolizing carcinogens. Fermented foods such as sauerkraut (vegetables) & kefir (a probiotic cultured milk drink) contain bacteria in the form of microorganisms. The beneficial enzymes & bacteria found in fermented foods are going to assist the body to effectively digest what you are eating, making it easier for the body to assimilate amino acids, simple sugars and fatty acids for the body to use more easily.