Breakthrough Peptide Provides Winning Edge

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Performance enhancing peptides have arrived in the US in their most potent form.

TB-500 Customized Synthetic Peptide

the secret is out....

Performance enhancing peptides have arrived in the US in their most potent form. DB Genetics LLC has just released TB-500, a proprietary peptide that is a synthetic version of the naturally occurring peptide, Thymosin Beta 4, produced in the thymus gland and proven to be a potent and powerful muscle builder and anti-inflamatory in both humans and animals.

Thymosin Beta 4 has been around for many years. Trials by some of the leading trainers and owners in the industry have compiled amazing results, noting defined improvements in muscle growth, endurance and repair of damaged tissues. Enhanced recovery from the stresses of the workout has also been noted.

*One of the key functions of TB-500 is its ability to assist in the repair of muscle tissue cells. (1) The damaged tissues benefit by an increase in the exchange of ionic fluids between the cells optimizing epidermal stem cell differentiation and regulating inflammation. (2)

This means that a horse that has trained hard on Thursday can be safely injected with a vial of TB500 later that day and be completely tuned up and ready to race on Saturday.

For more information on this technology visit our website or call our sales team on 408 499 8768.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

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