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Wheat peptides

Many people with a bad stomach believe that light food such as Congee and vegetable can nourish the stomach. In fact, this seemingly mild recuperation is not only unhelpful for the treatment of stomach diseases, but also makes the disease more serious because it can not provide enough nutrition for the stomach.

In order to solve the problem of gastrointestinal discomfort, we only need a magical substance - wheat peptide.

What is wheat peptide?

Wheat peptides are small molecular polypeptide substances obtained from proteins extracted from wheat using various enzyme preparations through directed digestion and other techniques. Due to their small molecular weight, their oligopeptide structure can be directly absorbed by the intestinal tract into the blood circulation after entering the human body.

Wheat peptides are rich in 17 kinds of amino acids, among which the content of several special amino acids (glutamic acid, proline, etc.) is much higher than that of any other plant protein peptides. These amino acids play a variety of nutritional regulatory functions in the process of cell division and differentiation, protein synthesis, and the mutual transformation of various substances metabolism.


The magical use of wheat peptides

1. Protect gastric mucosa

The most specific amino acid in wheat peptides is glutamic acid, which contains up to 23.5% of wheat peptides. Glutamic acid is the main energy source of the gastrointestinal tract, not only promoting the growth of epithelial cells in the gastric mucosa, as well as repairing damaged mucosa, but also regulating the rate of gastrointestinal peristalsis and promoting digestion and absorption.

In order to demonstrate the maintenance of wheat peptides on the gastrointestinal mucosa, Chiti conducted a controlled experiment. The results showed that the stomach supplemented with wheat peptides showed a faster growth rate of epithelial cells, more orderly arrangement of cells, denser gaps, and fuller cell morphology. The free boundary of gastric epithelial cells without wheat peptide supplementation is very obvious.


2. Enhance immunity

Wheat peptides can improve the proliferation ability of immune cells and enhance the phagocytic ability of macrophages. Therefore, wheat peptides have both functions of improving cellular and humoral immunity, not only stimulating the rapid response of the innate immune system, but also further eliminating alien cells and preventing the invasion of foreign viruses, thereby achieving the effect of enhancing immunity.

3. Improve sports endurance

Wheat peptides are often used in anti fatigue or brain strengthening health foods because they can reduce the fatigue sensation in the brain and promote the recovery of athletic fatigue in the body, thereby improving athletic ability. Many heavy load athletes will supplement wheat peptides to alleviate fatigue after training.


4. Promote growth and development

Wheat peptides can promote the synthesis of intracellular proteins and the repair of bone cells, which is extremely important for maintaining the integrity of bone cells and stimulating the secretion of growth hormone, insulin, and testosterone. Supplementing sufficient wheat peptides can prevent adolescents from experiencing nutritional deficiencies.

5. Lower blood pressure

As mentioned above, wheat peptides are also rich in proline, which can inhibit the activity of angiotensin converting enzyme and have a preventive and therapeutic effect on hypertension.


6. Antioxidant effect

The functional amino acid peptides in wheat peptides have antioxidant capacity, which can activate skin cell activity, repair damaged cells, and take or add them to skin care products for a long time. They can also play a moisturizing and antioxidant role, reducing the generation of wrinkles.

I think you already know the efficacy of wheat peptides, but do you know how to choose a good product?

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