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Why Peptide Therapy?
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Peptide therapy can best be explained by the combination of amino acids, to form bio-identical proteins, when taken can illicit various therapeutic responses in the target tissue. There are numerous peptides to treat a plethora of conditions.
Peptides facilitate cell-to-cell communication, essentially telling the body which cells to turn on and off.
The three rules for Peptide therapy:
1. The Right Peptide
2. The Right Protocol
3. The Right Peptide Source
Peptide Therapy benefits include:
- Hair Growth
- Improved cognitive function
- Losing weight
- Easing joint pain
- Eases symptoms of chronic health conditions
- Better sleep
Another major benefit? They are VERY low risk.
More About Peptides and Peptide Therapy
What is a peptide?
A "peptide" is a specific chain of amino acids (the building blocks of proteins), typically 100 amino acids or less, that has one or more biologic functions in the body. While some peptides exist in nature as only the amino acids that make them up (such as Glutathione), many peptides are specific pieces of larger protein molecules.
What’s an example of a peptide?
One peptide many people are familiar with is insulin. Insulin is a 51 amino acid peptide, and was the first peptide to ever be sequenced successfully outside the body.
What are peptides composed of?
Many proteins are very large and composed of hundreds and hundreds of amino acids. Often, these proteins will have specific areas (specific sequences of amino acids) that fit in a receptor and cause one specific action. For example, Growth Hormone is a large protein (191 amino acids) but different parts of that protein have different functions.
For example, one part of it will bind in muscle and tendon to repair, and another part (the lipolytic fragment) is responsible for reducing body fat. Therefore, one large protein molecule may have very different actions in different tissues, and multiple active and different peptide segments.
How are peptides made?
How are peptides administered?
The majority of peptides, like insulin, are injected into a patient’s body with very tiny needles. But some are used as nasal sprays, topical creams and foams, and capsules.
What medical conditions are peptides used to treat?
How do I know if peptides might be able to help me?
The only way to truly know if Dr Abrahamson can use Peptides to help you, is to have a certified expert in cellular medicine evaluate you, like Dr Abrahamson.
Come in for a peptide therapy consult! Dr. Abrahamson is more than well-versed in peptide therapy.