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Peptides are groups of amino acids found throughout every cell in the body. They build the proteins, cellular transportation, enzymes, hormones and structural foundations that hold us together. These proteins control how the body functions, affecting nearly everything; weight loss, sexual function, and even digestion. Therefore maintaining the proper concentration of peptides is necessary for overall wellness.
Although peptide therapy is fairly new, there are more than 100 US FDA-approved peptide prescription medications on the market and hundreds more in clinical trials and preclinical development. Peptide treatment is generally considered risk-free and can be used for very targeted results. Peptide therapy mimics the functions of naturally occurring peptides to imitate certain abilities on focused areas. It’s all about boosting the functionality of existing peptides while filling in deficiencies.
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