What are Peptides?

Peptides are short chains of amino acids, typically comprising 2–50 amino acids and are the building blocks of proteins.  Peptides are generally easier for the body to absorb than proteins because they are smaller - they more easily penetrate the skin and intestines, which helps them to enter the bloodstream more quickly.

 

The peptides in supplements usually come from plant or animal sources of protein, however, scientists are most interested in those found in our bodies known as bioactive peptides.  These peptides have beneficial effects on the body and may positively impact human health.

Because peptides’ structure can be similar to those of some hormones and messaging compounds in the body, they can engage with and activate several receptors throughout the body, thereby influencing a variety of bodily processes.

Depending on their sequence and composition, certain peptides may help prevent blood clots, boost the immune system, protect cells against damage, and reduce cholesterol, inflammation, and blood pressure.

Specific peptides may also help boost the release of hormones known to regulate sleep and blood sugar, and stimulate muscle growth, body fat loss, and exercise performance and recovery

**While not FDA approved, peptides have been widely studied and used across the globe.  They rarely have negative side effects or adverse reactions and are generally regarded as safe.**

Common Peptides

Benefits of Peptide Therapy

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Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides

GHRP's stimulate your brain to secrete natural human growth hormone at optimal levels, promoting better sleep, energy and cognition, and allowing you to build muscle and burn fat more efficiently. 

CJC-1295

Ipamorelin

MK-0677

PT-141

Sermorelin