What are peptides?
Peptides are chains of amino acids that improve cell signaling in the body (basically small proteins). There are currently dozens of peptides approved for use in the U.S., Japan and Europe. In fact, insulin was the first peptide approved in the US.
What can peptides do for me?
Peptides have dozens of uses from cancer therapies, anemia, autoimmune disorders, diabetes and many other diseases. We most commonly use peptides to:
• Slow aging – by improving skin texture and firmness and improving the appearance of muscles, peptides can possibly slow the appearance and effects of aging
• build muscle
• reduce fat
• increase energy
• improve sleep
• speed healing and recovery from injury or surgery
• reduce inflammation of the stomach and intestines
• enhance recovery from exercise
• improve sexual function
• strengthen bones