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Mots-c Nasal Spray

£129.99£249.99

Research has suggested MOTS-c is an exercise mimetic, a 16-amino-acid peptide that is encoded in the mitochondrial genome of cells. According to clinical studies, it improves insulin sensitivity.

25ml – 20mg Mots-c Peptide
15ml – 10mg Mots-c Peptide

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Mots-c Nasal Spray

Research has suggested MOTS-c is an exercise mimetic, a 16-amino-acid peptide that is encoded in the mitochondrial genome of cells. According to clinical studies, it improves insulin sensitivity. While the study is still ongoing, control group examinations using diet-induced obese mice have shown improvements in insulin sensitivity. Researchers are still studying to see if the MOTS-c changes plasma markers, which are used to determine the body’s metabolic condition.

Research has shown that it targets body muscles and regulates its metabolism using the folate-purine-AMPK pathway. By doing so, it becomes effective protection against obesity and insulin resistance that stems from the diet that one is taking or age.Clinical studies have shown that MOTS-c promotes the production of endogen AMP analogue AICAR, which in turn, helps in the synthesis of AMP-activated protein kinase [1] (also referred to as AMPK). Before the production of AMPK, its cellular actions inhibit the folate cycle along with de novo purine biosynthesis. The AMPK then induces systemic cellular uptake of glucose and enhances insulin sensitivity. These studies suggest the mitochondria [2] offer active regulation of metabolic homeostasis via this peptide encoded in their genome.

Research has confirmed that the peptide genome can help reduce insulin resistance [3]. Health experts recommend taking the medication along with a strict, balanced diet to lower the amount of fat taken to manage obesity. Other studies have shown that general weight gain may increase insulin insensitivity, especially on diabetes type 1 patients. Cutting down the fat intake and increased levels of MOTS-c may lower the diet-induced metabolic dysfunction and associated inflammation.

Storage: Peptides should be refrigerated at 4˚C or below for a period of up to 3 months. To prolong the life span of the peptides they may be placed in a freezer for up to 12 months. Once reconstituted peptides should be refrigerated/stored at 4˚C for up to 30 days.

Disclaimer: All products provided by High-Grade Labs and or listed on this website are intended for medical research purposes only.
No product supplied by High-Grade Labs is intended for human consumption or to be used as a drug, stimulant or supplement.

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