Immunity Boost with Peptides

As the coronavirus continues to spread, you may be looking for ways to strengthen your immune system and improve your health. While social distancing and frequent handwashing is still the best option, you can take steps to boost your immunity in case you are exposed. In addition to proper nutrition, peptide therapy may be the solution you need.

What are peptides?

One of the newest areas of study in immunology is peptides. Peptides are short chains of connected amino acids, which make up proteins. These chains of amino acids are used throughout your body to signal changes in your cells. They attach to receptors on the outside of cells and tell them what to do, such as produce hormones or heal damaged tissue.

They also play a role in your immune system, prompting immune cells to take action against intruders. Peptide therapy has been used and studied in boosting immune system function in cancer patients who are immunocompromised. In fact, there are more than 60 FDA approved peptide medicines and 140 currently in clinical trials. Peptides as medicine are becoming more and more popular as they are proven safe and effective.

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    Our patients note tremendous benefits of this therapy, including increased energy, improved sex drive, increased lean muscle mass, improved sleep, increased bone mineral content, improved immune system function, quicker recovery from workouts and injuries, improved mental clarity and increased collagen production and skin elasticity. Peptide therapies also enhance and preserve muscle mass while speeding up metabolism, resulting in weight loss.

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