Elite BPC-157 This is the most effective version of BPC-157, resistant to gastric pH as well as temperature, thus the most stable version that is available on the world market.
Elite’s BPC-157 dietary supplement is particularly popular with high-level athletes who are particularly vulnerable to any muscle and joint injuries. BPC 157 is known for its very fast and professional healing of joints, as well as tendons and ligaments.
We added SNAC to Elite BPC-157, which is the most advanced intestinal permeation enhancer , and has been tested in clinical trials for oral delivery of macromolecules and peptides.
-increases passive transcellular permeation through the small intestinal epithelium based on increased lipophilicity
-inhibits pepsin in the stomach temporarily
-Provides discrete mechanisms at the level of epithelial interactions in the small intestine, especially at high doses used in vivo.
-Helps “open” tight junctions to increase paracellular permeability
-Decreased mucus viscosity
-Inhibits epithelial efflux pumps
-It is safe and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
What is the BPC-157?
BPC-157 is a protein sequence found in the human stomach that is released by the body’s gastric juices to help the body activate our natural healing processes.
Elite BPC-157 provides a number of health benefits-it acts as an immunomodulator, improves the function of the digestive system, and is great for all kinds of fractures, breaks, strains as well as their prevention for professional athletes.
What distinguishes the Elite BPC-157?
First of all, stability in gastric juice, compared to other forms. Elite BPC-157 contains in its formulation the patented ARG-BPC157 Salt, which has proven to be the best in terms of strength in gastric juice and high temperature compared to other salts of this peptide. The consequence of this is much better stability in gastric juice, better biological activity, since the intact compound is present in the body for a longer period of time, thus significantly improving its absorption. A key treatment is also the addition of mannitol to the capsule, which further prolongs the stability of the peptide. The stability of a compound in gastric juice is an important parameter, especially in peptides, which break down very quickly in the presence of the enzyme pepsin and in an acidic environment.
Elite BPC-157 is particularly popular with high-level athletes who are particularly vulnerable to any muscle and joint injuries. BPC 157 is known for its very fast and professional healing of joints, as well as tendons and ligaments. In addition, the product is not on the anti-doping list and is vegan-friendly.
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