Peptides are simply a short chain of amino acids,
a sequence in the body.
Therapy with peptides uses those sequences already present to regulate and rejuvenate functions, basically, they bind to and tell other cells what to do, replacing or mimicking the functions of naturally occurring peptides.
Peptides have the capability to rewrite body chemistry relationships to promote restoration, anabolism, and homeostasis.
Benefits of peptide therapy include:
- Increased lean muscle mass due to growth of new muscle cells
- Improved workouts and recovery
- Reduced body fat
- Increased energy, strength and stamina
- Deeper more restful sleep
- Decreased joint and muscle pain
- Increased sex drive
- Improved skin tone and texture resulting in less wrinkles
- Improved mental clarity
- Accelerated wound healing
Often, a combination of peptides may be recommended for optimal results. Appropriate for men and women alike, no matter your age.
If you have any questions, we always recommend that you schedule a consultation with our KoreME specialist to determine if peptide therapy is right for you.
What are peptides and what kinds of anti-aging benefits do they have?
Peptides, which are found in all living cells, are molecules made up of chains of amino acids. So are proteins, but the chain-like structures of proteins contain at least 50 amino acids, whereas a peptide can have as few as two. Peptides are sometimes thought of as protein’s little brothers.
Other than a vague recollection from a mostly forgotten biology class, you may not be aware of the importance that peptides play in the overall health of our bodies. Peptides, linked together, form the building blocks of protein, which is the underlying structure of tissue throughout the body, including the internal organs and the skin. Some of the functions supported by peptides include:
- building muscle
- increasing nutrient potential of foods
- decreasing levels of harmful microbes
- aiding fight against diseases
Another benefit of peptides is their potential for having anti-aging properties. Collagen, a protein, makes up roughly 75 percent of the skin. It is the collagen that gives skin its elasticity and youthful appearance. Unfortunately, as we age, the body’s production of collagen starts to slow down. To make matters worse, the collagen that remains is susceptible to becoming fragmented and broken apart. This leads to the all too familiar lines, wrinkles and sagging skin.
The good news is that ongoing research indicates the benefits of incorporating peptides, the building blocks of proteins, into anti-aging products, including those targeting the restoration of collagen in the skin. An example of this is copper peptide, a tripeptide consisting of copper with three amino acids. It is found naturally in the body and supplements containing copper peptide are believed to not only stimulate the production of new collagen, but also aid the immune system in wound healing, reduce inflammation and have antioxidant properties.
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