Welcome to Cytoinnovations Ltd
Cytonic products are revolutionary formulas specifically engineered to fortify your body's trillions of cells, more specifically the cells of your immune system.
Cytonic - Cyto (cell) + Tonic (elixir). Cytonics are powerful, natural health products containing Vitamin D Transport Protein (VDTP), a glycoprotein sometimes referred to as GcMAF.
We consume proteins everyday - they help to keep us strong & healthy. Cytonic products contain the specific protein required to feed our immune cells, VDTP. In our ISO and GMP registered laboratory, we extract VTDP from bovine colostrum and then filter it many, many times until only the proteins remain—there is absolutely no casin present.
Let us take a look at what cytonic products comprise of and how they regulate immune system function.
Cytoproteins (cyto meaning cell) are proteins that activate cells. There are 482 cytoproteins on the vitamin D transport protein chain and each activates a specific type of cell in our body. Feeding our immune cells is one very important function of Cytoproteins, another major function is the transport of vitamins & fatty acids to build and repair cells as well as removing toxins from the body. This vital function earns the name 'transport protein'
What is a transport protein?
Transport proteins are involved in the movement of ions and micro- and macromolecules across biological membranes (i.e., a cell wall). Transport proteins are integral membrane proteins, meaning they exist within and span the membrane across which they transport substances. A very straightforward example of a transport protein in action would be hemoglobin picking up oxygen and transporting it to the tissues where it is needed.
Vitamin D Transport Protein is a multifunctional transport protein produced by the human body. It is responsible for transporting vitamin D, binding fatty acids, removing toxins, and a range of other roles associated with immune system modulation and inflammatory responses. It contains 482 cytoproteins interwoven into 3 domains with 3 important functions.
Domain 1. Vitamin D binding
Vitamin D promotes calcium absorption, modulates cell growth, contributes to neuromuscular and immune function, and reduces inflammation. Every cell in our body has a vitamin D receptor, and every cell in our body secretes a vitamin D hormone. Vitamin D transport protein binds the vitamin D already stored in the body and transports it to where it is most needed.
Domain 2. Fatty acid binding
Fatty acids are required for many vital human body functions from building healthy cells to maintaining brain and nerve function. Because our bodies can’t produce all the fatty acids we require, we must receive some of them through food. VDTP binds these essential fatty acids and transports them to where they can help our cells heal and repair.
Domain 3. Actin Scavenger
VDTP is an important component of the plasma actin scavenger system and acts like a refuse collector transporting these toxins from the lymphatic system, blood stream, tissues, and bones to the liver so that they can be naturally eliminated from the body.
Within this 3rd domain of VDTP functions, we find a cluster of cytoproteins designed to activate our immune cells. It is this cluster that first drew the attention of renowned immunologist Dr. Nobuto Yamamoto, who discovered that this specific cluster is responsible for activating our white blood cells into becoming natural killer cells, B-cells, and macrophages.