Hydrolyzed milk protein – stress management and stress management

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A hydrolysate of milk neutralizes stress, restlessness, exam anxiety, stage fright and poor falling asleep.

Certain bioactive peptides from milk have been shown to be relaxing and anti-anxiety. These relaxing properties reduce and regulate the confusionassociated with stress. The user retains his energy and intelligently manages the numerous stress of daily life.


Origin of the peptide

For some mammals (including humans), the newborn can be considered an outer embryo. The milk becomes the umbilical cord that connects the newborn to the mother. Studies have shown that the calming effect of breastfeeding begins not only because of the intake or satisability, but directly through the milk itself.


Immunoglobuly and enzymes

The baby’s calming after breastfeeding was a concern for a young team of researchers from the University of Nancy, led by Professor Linde, to ask whether there is a link between the tryptic hydrolysis of a milk protein and the calming effect on the baby. This led researchers to look for a suspected milk protein with anxiolytic (anxiolytic) effects.

In this milk component there are peptides, which protect the newborn as immunoglobulins and enzymes.

These biological activities include opioid, antiopioid, antihypertensive, immunomodulatory, antithrombotic and mineral-binding as well as anxiolytic effects. Chromatographic studies have shown an amino acid chain sequence by replacing amino acids for their anti-anxiety effects.

Finally, a special tryptic hydrolysate of a peptide with an anxiolytic property could actually be isolated. This peptide from fresh milk from organic farming is now obtained in a particularly gentle process and used as a building block of a dietary supplement.

Stress is a natural reaction of the body to pressure, tension or change.

A certain dose of stress can make life more interesting and less boring (Eustress). Too much stress, however, can be harmful and cause illness or accidents. It is important to recognize stress symptoms in order to take steps against harmful stress (distress) if necessary.

Actually, stress is a normal physical response to a particular challenge. For normal physical and emotional development, human beings need appropriate burdens that force them to act and adapt.

When should hydrolyzed milk protein (milk protein) be used in everyday life?

  • everyday stress at work and in private • Pupils before exams and during school stress
  • Lack of concentration caused by restlessness and everyday stress
  • Musicians before the performance, stage fright
  • in sport, before the competition
  • before an interview
  • for the treatment of hyperactive children
  • before flying in case of fear of flying
  • before the ritual of love, for a relaxed and enjoyable experience
  • before falling asleep, for a restful and relaxing sleep
  • in case of general displeasure or burnout
  • Support for smoking cessation • Support with a diet
  • for animals in stressful situations

Various clinical studies have been conducted with hydrolyzed milk protein and placebo in healthy volunteers. A clear anti-stress effect was demonstrated by the hydrolyzed milk protein without toxic effects or side effects.

Is hydrolyzed milk protein effective for regulating emotional conditions?

Hydrolyzed milk protein works against the stress in daily life. It helps to cope with everyday stress, special stress situations and anxiety, but also sleep problems. However, morbid, psychological stress and anxiety are part of the care of a therapist and should not be treated alone.


How fast does the milk protein work and how long does it have to take?

It works after 30 to 60 min. and then slowly subsides after 6 hours. The intake must be taken individually as required in order to cope with a certain stress fulusituation.


Are side effects known?

Clinical studies showed no side effects, even with months of intake. The hydrolyzed milk protein regulates stress and helps people to react optimally. There are no addictions and is not addictive.


Does hydrolyzed milk protein have a sleep-in effect?

No, even at high doses, no sleep-in-sleeper effect could be detected. People who take it feel more relaxed but still
highly concentrated and focused on solving upcoming tasks.


Are allergies or intolerances related to hydrolyzed milk protein known?

The most important allergenic compounds in milk are proteins. Hydrolyzed milk protein is a hydrolysate and these are known to produce fewer allergens than whole proteins. In the case of milk drinkers, there are no allergic reactions anyway. Hydrolyzed milk protein is lactose-free (lactose 0.5%).


What is the recommended dose?

The dose is situational.

  • In case of general stress and reassurance, a dose of 150 mg/day is usually sufficient. Many people are already reacting very well to 150 mg/day.
  • In case of increased stress, such as tests, falling asleep or falling asleep difficulties, 2 x 150 mg are more likely to be required.
  • In very severe stressful situations, 3 to 4 x 150 mg /day can also be taken.


What are the experiences of children and adolescents?

In children, and especially in young children, the experience is very positive even with light dosage. Part of the capsule contents can be added to the normal food. Young people report significantly reduced aggression and easier focus on their daily challenges.

Finally, it should be noted that hydrolyzed milk protein is a natural and efficient solution to effectively support sufferers with stress-related symptoms with a natural preparation. Hydrolyzed milk protein is therefore excellent for a controlled handling of all kinds of stress in humans as well as in cats, dogs and other pets, ideal for horses.

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