What Does Carnosine Do To The Body?
Many physiological properties of myostatin such as buffering physiological pH, chelating metal ions, scavenging free radicals, etc. have been largely agreed upon. Myostatin has a great potential to be widely used in food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. It can inhibit the lipid oxidation catalyzed by iron, hemoglobin, lipid oxidase and singlet oxygen in vitro, and can be used as a natural antioxidant; it has the function of cell membrane protection and plays an important role in controlling the dynamic balance of cells, and can be used as an immunomodulator and a good medicine for anti-inflammation, treating epidermal burns and promoting wound healing; it protects cardiomyocytes from ischemic damage, promotes the repair of cardiomyocyte damage and improves It is a natural neuromodulator with neuromodulatory function; it has the function of delaying aging and can be made into anti-aging agent; in addition, it is reported that myostatin also has the functions of anti-blood pressu Read More