Today we are talking peptide therapy. What is it? What does it do?
-So the million-dollar question is what is peptide therapy?
Peptide therapy is the use of lab-made peptides as a means of triggering a specific reaction in your body.
-Unfortunately, we know that the effects of aging, stress, and changes in our diet can affect our body’s natural production of amino acids. This can result in many negative effects.
Peptide therapy aims to raise low peptide levels that can’t be replaced with supplements to help prevent or treat certain conditions. Pretty cool right?
With peptide therapy, we can provide the body with a renewed ability to do what it did when we were younger and help our body with restoration and repair.
Many aspects of our bodies and our health can be improved with peptides.
Did you know that more than 80 FDA-approved peptide drugs (also known as peptide therapeutics) are on the market for conditions like diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, and multiple sclerosis (MS)?
Common peptides are used to help increase your body’s natural human growth hormone (HGH) levels and promote tissue healing in your body. There are other peptides for brain health, sexual wellness, skin health, sleep, mood, concentration and focus, and hair growth.
Most peptides are given as subcutaneous (under the skin) injections. And the great thing about these therapies is you can use them at home. However, oral capsules, topical creams and serums, and intranasal sprays (into your nose) are available. Regardless of the method, it’s important to know that the frequency and dose will differ with each depending on its intended use.
Also…Companies are putting peptides into skin products in the form of serums, creams, and cleansers and dietary supplements are available as powders, capsules, gummies, and liquid shots you can buy at your local pharmacy.
The possibilities are endless! And we are just getting started.
You can find more information at pepties.com. That’s peptides without the D. Where we are tying all the peptide information together.
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