NANO SOMA regulates many of the Nuclear Receptors in our cells

NANO SOMA regulates many of the Nuclear Receptors in our cells

NANO SOMA substitutes for Vitamin D in activating (turning on) the Vitamin D Receptor or VDR. Technically speaking, this means NANO SOMA acts as an agonist for the VDR. However, if the VDR is overactive, such as may occur in an autoimmune disease or some other conditions, it acts to turn off or deactivate the VDR. This makes NANO SOMA also an inverse agonist. According to Raghu, the NANO SOMA developer, there is no other known inverse agonist in the medical literature. Even more, this same particle works in both directions, which means it is intelligent, acting to regulate the VDR for optimum function. It is what is known as a protean agonist or adaptogen. Nothing else does this.

But there’s more… According to Raghu, the VDR is one of 49 nuclear receptors in each cell. These play a key role in development, gene expression and immunity. Raghu understands from his analysis that NANO SOMA interacts with all 49 nuclear receptors. There are only tests available for 27 of these. NANO SOMA has been shown to regulate 22 of these, the other 5 being unclear. This action with the remaining 22 is currently unable to be confirmed.

Can you begin to grasp why NANO SOMA plays such a powerful role in health and helping the body to deal with such an array of illness and disease?