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Why is a protein as Genacol® important for health and regeneration ?


The proteins we eat help in the production of body tissue. When proteins are created in our body, sequences of amino acids, to a certain extent long, called "polypeptides" are conceived in a determined order by our genetic code. The DNA (our genetic code) is our personal library where all the necessary information to the production and regeneration of our tissues and organs is contained. Therefore, our DNA plays a major role keeping one of the best-kept secrets in natural health. This secret is based on twenty amino acids that are the fundamental bricks from which all the living organisms are created.

"These twenty amino acids help form the 1600 proteins found in our body. For example, it is from these twenty amino acids extracted from food that our organism can form the following elements: blood, lymph, hair, nails, skin, muscles, tendons, cartilages, bones, nerves, neurotransmitters, enzymes, hormones and antibodies. They can also help digest (stomach enzymes), detoxify poisons, and fight illnesses."

This means that according to the regeneration needs our organism has, the enzymes (which can be compared to construction workers) will gather amino acids to then duplicate the information in our DNA in order to build new proteins which will carry out specific functions in our body.

Let us illustrate what makes Genacol® unique: Its fabrication process, including the hydrolyzation and the AminoLock® Sequence Technology, provides a concentrate of pieces from a puzzle, which our enzymes easily assemble to make the regeneration of our body easier. This concentrate is offered in the form of specific sequences of amino acids coming from 100% pure collagen. This makes it possible to obtain an exclusive formula with multiple benefits for the organism.

Below you will find, as an example, a concise summary of some amino acids found in Genacol® as well as their respective functions.

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