What Are Peptides?
Peptides are smaller versions of proteins. Many health and cosmetic products contain different peptides for many uses, such as their potential anti-aging, anti-inflammatory, or muscle-building properties. Peptides are short strings of amino acids, typically comprising 2–50 amino acids. Amino acids are also the building blocks of proteins, but proteins contain more.
HGH Peptides, also known as Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides, interact with the hypothalamus and pituitary gland to naturally increase Growth Hormone levels in the body. Peptides encourage the secretion of HGH and communicate with the body to produce and release your naturally occurring growth hormone.
Different bioactive peptides have different properties. The effects they have on the body depend on the sequence of amino acids they contain.
Which Peptides May Benefit You
CJC-1295 / Ipamorelin
decreased fat mass, faster healing, firmer healthier skin, healthier hair, improved quality of sleep, combats aging
BPC157 and Thymosin Beta-4
shown to protect, regenerate, and remodel injured or damaged tissues, decrease inflammation, increase fibroblasts and nitric oxide activity, improve digestive function
Other Peptides That May Benefit You
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