Peptide therapy is one of the newest options for health and wellness in the world of regenerative medicine. Peptides are a breakthrough in medicine due to their ability to rejuvenate our mental and physical function. Peptides are chains of amino acids that aid our body in a number of different functions and processes. The peptides help signal cells and molecules to maximize these functions in our bodies. There are over 7,000 peptides in the body and currently there are over 80 FDA approved peptide medications. They are often used alone or in combination with hormone supplementation to maximize therapy.
As peptides are naturally occurring and specific in function, they are well tolerated within your body with minimal to no side effects of treatment.
WHAT CAN PEPTIDE THERAPY HELP WITH?
-Boost hormone levels
-Build muscle mass
-Enhance memory and cognition
-Improve sexual function and libido
-Aid in weight loss and belly fat reduction
-Improve post workout recovery
-Increase levels of energy, stamina and strength
Ipamorelin is a growth hormone-releasing peptide that increases growth hormone production and may help improve energy levels, lower body fat and increase muscle mass, aid in fat loss and helps fuel a faster workout recovery.
Sermorelin is a Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH). It stimulates the pituitary gland to produce more Human Growth Hormone. Benefits of sermorelin are improved sleep, reduced body fat, increased levels of IGF-1, and improved cognitive ability.
PT 141 has been shown effective in treating sexual dysfunction. Unlike Viagra and other related medications, it does not act upon the vascular system, but directly increases sexual desire via the nervous system
AOP-9604 is a synthetic analogue of the human growth hormone. This peptide helps reduce body fat, improves fat metabolism, stimulates lipolysis and can stimulate the pituitary to help with metabolism and burning body fat.
Derived from a protein in the stomach, it acts systemically in the digestive tract to help heal and combat stomach and intestinal conditions, including gastric ulcers, fistulas, leaky gut, IBS, gastrointestinal cramps, and Crohn’s disease.