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Real Longevity Science Peptides launched in Britain

Posted Apr 16, 2015 by AndrwDerAlex
1888 Press Release - 40 years of Russian research comes to the West.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Apr 16, 2015 -- An established British anti-ageing research company formed in 2003 and trading as the Mackenzie Protocol and 21st Century Alternatives has announced that it is dropping the term anti-ageing in favour of the term "Real Longevity Science."

They feel that the term "antiageing" has been given a negative image by the media despite worldwide evidence of scientific advances and knowledge of slowing down ageing naturally wihout drugs at the level of cells, mitochondria, telomeres and DNA.

They are making this change because most of the general public hear nothing about such advances and when they hear the term "antiageing" they are likely to only think, at best, of products such as antiwrinkle face creams and at worst, as scams.

At the same time as changing to the use of the term "Real Longevity Science" they are launching a specialised website at to target the smaller and independent type of researchers, resellers, and practitioners who are interested in formulating their own natural longevity products from high purity competively priced raw powders.

Of particular note for their initial offerings at this website will be what are known as bio-regulator peptides consisting of small chains of amino acids found naturally in the human body but which become deficient with age and thus are suitable for the formulation of dietary supplements in the form of formulated capsules or liquid drops to be added to a glass of water.

Three of the first bio-regulator longevity peptides to be offered are epithalamine, TRH peptide, and Humanin S14G.

Epithalamine is a tetra-peptide (four amino acid peptide) that has been extensively researched in Russia for at least the last 35 rs.

TRH peptide is a tri-peptide (three amino acids) has been extensively researched for longevity effects for around the same time span in Italy and Switzerland.Most prominent in this field is the work of Dr Walter Pierpaoli.

Humanin S14G is more recent and experimental but there are many scientific research links of at least a decade already available on the Internet.

Products formulated from the peptide Epithalamine are now being imported by a few Western resellers but, with this new launch, such resellers worldwide can now purchase the raw peptide powder ready made and in stock from Britain at a very competitive price in quantities starting as low as one sample vial of 50mg.

Bio-regulator peptides are widely sold across Russia as over-the-counter dietary supplements. They were originally developed by the former USSR to extend the useful life of their working population as well as to overcome concerns about the increased ageing effects at a cellular level experienced by cosmonauts in outer space.

The company owner Tony Mackenzie states "the mainstream media are only interested in reporting on expensive patentable drugs that Big Pharma may develop in a decade or so and never mention that products produced using real longevity science based on natural unpatentable substances have already been around for some years. Informed people and medical practitioners are now becoming more and more aware of this fact."

He further states "We believe the best way to spread the word is to incentivise the independents by offering high purity and good value with excellent potential profit margins".

The company still offers it's regular supply of well researched longevity products at their other websites to their existing worldwide members and resellers.

Interested parties can contact Tony Mackenzie at resellers ( @ ) 21stcenturyalternatives dot com for further information or ordering details.
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Issued By : 1888pressrelease
Country : United States
Categories : Medical
Tags : Medical, Medicine, Science, health
Last Updated : Apr 16, 2015

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