Suitable for physicians focussing on functional/integrative, anti-aging, and regenerative medicine
Peptides therapy is the newest emerging science involving cell signaling that has direct action on the neuro-endocrine-immune systems.
The targeted use of peptides can change body chemistry in order to restore homeostasis and anabolism.
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These ground-breaking peptide therapies can be utilized for a multitude of conditions.
Peptides are used to boost the body’s natural defenses against cancer cells and cell death.
Therapy has been utilized to counteract many age-related conditions in addition to chronic inflammatory diseases.
Some other indications are for wound and tendon healing, leaky gut, irritable bowel syndrome, fat loss and muscle building, tissue repair, immune dysfunction, and overall well-being.
Frequently Asked Question
What is Peptide Therapy?
Peptide is a term applied to small proteins comprised of short chains of amino acids (roughly 40 or fewer). ... Scientists can alter the amino acid sequence of natural peptides to design therapeutic peptides with the goal of achieving the right balance of selectivity, efficacy, and safety.
What are peptides side effects?
Itchy at the injection site.
Red bump at the injection site.
Water retention (most likely need to reduce dose)
Tingling or numbness in the extremities (toes, fingers – reduce dose)
Increased tiredness and physical yawning.
Increase in hair growth and speed of nail growth.
Can Peptides Help Arthritis?
Peptides can be used in sport to increase production of red blood cells and oxygen carrying ability. This increases muscle growth and power and can help in the rebuilding process of muscle and tissue. ... As an alternative, research is now being done into peptides to see if they can play a role in treating arthritis.
Is sermorelin a peptide?
Sermorelin (GRF 1-29) Sermorelin is a GHRH (growth hormone–releasing hormone) peptide analogue. Its peptide sequence is comprised of 29 amino acids. ... Due to this fact, sermorelin is considered to be a growth hormone secretagogue.
Are Peptides a steroid?
However, there are also a variety of peptides that encourage the body to release growth hormones. These type of peptides stimulate muscular growth with fewer side effects than anabolic steroids. ... The report notes that these type of peptidesare also used in combination with anabolic steroids to maintain muscle gains.