From a single fertilized cell to the millions of specialized cells that make up the blood, bones, brain and other tissues, hormones coordinate the development of each system and its functions in the body.
This therapy combines two important activities in the same formula as an adjuvant in endocrine function and antioxidant function, since oxidative stress is a powerful enemy and increasingly negative in the reduction of cellular potency. However, moderate or intense oxidation can cause cell necrosis that leads to degenerative pathologies and diseases directly linked to the endocrine system.
With age, the concentration of most hormones decreases end endocrine activity tends to decline because hormone receptors become less sensitive.
The hormones that decrease include:
- Estrogens (in women)
- Testosterone (in men)
- Growth hormone (Somatotropin)
Recognizing that part of this problem erupts results in diseases triggered by the above with an effect on endocrine system deficiencies, influenced by the constant hormonal needs of each organ and tissue that change throughout the life cycle. Any malfunction in any of its parts can lead to disease or even death. On the other hand, a particularly destructive aspect in cells is the charges of the oxidative stress in the production of reactive oxygen species, including free radicals and peroxides, can cause extensive cell damage. Most of these oxygen-derived species are produced at a low level under normal conditions and the damage they cause to cells is constantly repaired. However, under the serious levels of oxidative stress caused by necrosis, the damage produces ATP depletion, preventing cell death by controlled apoptosis, causing the cell to die, releasing numerous cytotoxic compounds into the environment that limit cell functions, causing the decrease of several functions of the body and among other damages includes endocrine disorders that ultimately leads to diseases and illnesses.
With age, the concentration of most hormones decreases, although some remain in the characteristic values of young people and others increase. Even if the values do not decrease, endocrine activity tends to decline with age because hormone receptors become less sensitive.
Human Citoplacell 4G is one of the few combined treatments to help strengthen endocrine function by stabilizing hormonal function and optimizing other undesirable loads of oxidative stress to combat these evils in the cells. Providing the necessary compounds, we considered it is vital for this treatment to include cellular extracts and peptides extracted from the pituitary and adrenal gland in their formulas to enhance their endocrine action. We also include superoxide dismutase (SOD), GPx, catalase, ATP along with metalloenzymes and catalyst peptides and cellular compounds with the repairing capacity to combat the excess free radical load and helping to reduce oxidative damage and the progression of diseases due to hormonal imbalance.