What are Peptides?
Peptides are short chained amino acids, usually less than 50 that are linked by peptide bonds. The name peptide comes from the greek to digest.
How do Peptide work?
Peptides are considered as signaling molecules that bind to specific cell surface receptors, where they trigger intracellular effects.They restore normal cellular homeostasis disrupted by meta inflammation and optimize mitochondrial function
Like hormones, peptides communicate with different parts of the body. They enhance the function of the entire body by binding to receptors on the cell surface and signaling optimal messages for health improvement.
What role do peptides play in promoting health?
Peptides have a role to play in promoting health. There are over 700 different types of peptides some used for treating specific diseases like Diabetes Mellitus and others like Growth Hormone Releasing Hormones which stimulates the release of growth hormones which in turn improves
Whole host of bodily functions.
- Increase bone density
- Strengthen the cardiovascular system
- Increase muscle mass
- Improve your ability to burn fat
- Improve recovery and repair from injuries
- Regenerate nerve tissues
- Improve cognition and memory
Among other effects it also improves
- Recovery from workouts
- Mental clarity
- Skin elasticity
- Body composition
- Quality of sleep
A major benefit of peptide therapy, is its use in the management of certain chronic diseases. Peptide therapy may help reduce or eliminate the symptoms brought about by meta inflammation, oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction aging such as:
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Metabolic diseases I.e.. Diabetes Mellitus, Metabolic Syndrome
- Neurodegenerative disorder
The use of peptide therapy is becoming more popular and its place as one of the most sought after treatments moving forward is mostly assured.