ELITE BOOSTERS:
PEPTIDE THERAPY

PEPTIDE THERAPY IS EMERGING AS A PROMISING AVENUE FOR MANY HUMAN AILMENTS.

Owing to their immense role in human physiology and biochemistry, peptides are used as medicines to replenish and restore bodily functions.

From anti-aging solutions to the maintenance of regular metabolic processes, peptide therapy is being used to enhance the field of regenerative medicine.

Peptides are responsible for numerous biological functions in the body, and their role is of utmost importance for optimal health and vitality.
Peptide therapy is not something new, as the body already synthesizes and makes use of these peptides. There is no reactionary strain on the body as compared to other medicinal or surgical treatment.

The fact that the body is not subjected to a foreign or different agent is what makes the peptide treatment so effective and safe. Because of its uniquely specific effects, safety and efficacy, peptide therapy is seen by many as the future of medicine.

  • Peptides are amino acids found naturally in the body and are linked together in the form of chains.
  • They are the “building blocks” of proteins and act as structural components of cells, tissues, enzymes, and more.
  • They act as biological messengers relaying information between different cells in the body.
  • Some peptides act as transporters, while others work as catalysts in many metabolic functions (food digestion, cellular structure synthesis, etc.).
  • With 20 naturally-occurring amino acids, their different combinations yield an immense variety of molecules, each with a specific function.
  • Each is directly involved in different bodily functions such as hormone production, tissue and muscle repair, immune modulation, brain and central nervous system regulation, libido and sexual health, weight loss, inflammation control, DNA repair, and cellular aging.

WHY PEPTIDE THERAPY?

VIEWED BY SOME AS SUPERIOR TO HORMONE THERAPY, THE USE OF PEPTIDE THERAPY HAS BECOME MORE PRECISE.

Replacing regulatory peptides is useful for treating injuries and a range of health conditions. By delivering peptides to a targeted area, the concentration of amino acids increases in areas of concern.
Many different peptide therapies are now available, each with its own unique benefits.

Here is a look at some of the most common uses and benefits of peptides:

SIDE EFFECTS


In medicine, almost any type of treatment or intervention carries a risk of side effects. With peptides, the chances are rare and intensity is small. These may include:

DRY MOUTH • WEIGHT LOSS • DROWSINESS • DARKENING OF MOLES • INCREASED HUNGER • PROMINENT FRECKLES • ITCHING AT THE INJECTION SITE

It is always better to consult with your physician. A proper and detailed history is required to assess if peptide therapy is right for you.

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