Our clinical use of peptides is on the rise.
Peptides are short chain amino acids that are linked together and typically act as signaling agents that assist in cell to cell communication. These cell signaling molecules enable cellular repair, critical for combating many chronic diseases that proliferate due to inhibited cell communication. Furthermore, peptides assist with immune modulation, mitochondrial function and are anti-inflammatory.
Peptides have a wide range of benefits, improving overall wellness in the body as well as limiting the effects of cellular aging.
Some conditions peptides can improve include:
- gastrointestinal conditions, Crohn’s and colitis
- weight management
- brain health, dementia, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and concussions
- hormone metabolism
- anxiety and depression
- fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue
- Lyme and autoimmune diseases
- joint and muscle repair
- skin aesthetics and hair rejuvenation
Scientifically sound, peptide therapy does not introduce anything foreign to the body. These agents may also help to repair damaged DNA, autoimmune diseases, brain function and provide support for cancer patients. The list of conditions that can benefit from peptides is endless.