Peptide Therapy

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Peptide Therapy

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Peptide Therapy Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona

Peptide therapy is a newly emerged science that helps to achieve different kinds of body metamorphoses – internal and external. In layman terms, peptides are small proteins comprised of short chains of amino acids that the body uses as hormones and signaling molecules for biological pathways. Peptide Therapy is considered safe and can be used to produce very specific results.

Peptides are chains of amino acids. These are linked together in a specific process to produce a protein.  There are thousands of peptides in the body, and many have different functions.  In our bodies, these small proteins typically act as signaling molecules. Peptides bind to receptors on the cell surface and tell other cells and molecules what to do.  Peptides safely and effectively improve and modulate specific parts of the body.

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Classes of Peptides

  • Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone (MSH)
  • Testosterone Enhancing Peptides
  • Muscle, Bone, and Tendon Repair Peptides 
  • Weight Loss Peptides 
  • Muscle Building Peptides
  • Fat Loss Peptides
  • Sleep Peptides
  • Brain Peptides
  • Energy Peptides
  • Immune Enhancing Peptides
  • Sexual Arousal Peptides
  • Telomere Lengthening Peptides

What is Peptide Therapy

Peptide therapy is the targeted use of peptides to produce a specific reaction in the body. Some peptides have been shown to assist with weight loss by stimulating the breakdown of visceral fat. They may also be utilized to reduce inflammation.

What are Peptides?

Peptides are chains of amino acids. These are linked together in a specific process to produce a protein. Some peptides are naturally occurring, and others can be artificially synthesized in the laboratory. The body uses these proteins or peptides as signaling molecules facilitating cell-to-cell communication and allowing the body to switch certain cell functions on or off. This property can be harnessed and used to trigger specific therapeutic effects.

What is Peptide Therapy?

Peptide therapy is the targeted use of peptides to produce a specific reaction in the body. Some peptides have been shown to assist with weight loss by stimulating the breakdown of visceral fat. They may also be utilized to reduce inflammation. Some peptides stimulate the production of human growth hormone and are utilized in anti-aging therapies or increase muscle mass. Peptides are typically administered through the skin as a subcutaneous injection. They can also be applied in a cream, a nasal spray, or oral form.

How Can Peptide Therapy Help Me?

Peptide therapy encompasses numerous biological amino acid sequences with varied effects, ranging from immune modulation and tissue repair to fat loss and muscle building. The benefits of peptide therapy may include improved sleep cycle,  brain function, and inflammatory mediators. Peptides can also be used in the treatment of injuries. They also have the capabilities that help prevent aging, illness and enhance peak performance.
Peptides play a major role in how your body responds to diet and exercise. The body will not perform at an optimal level if it doesn't produce enough peptides or essential amino acids. Peptides may help regulate processes within the body.
Patients with Lyme disease, chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease, and other chronic degenerative diseases may benefit from peptides in their treatment plan.
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