Peptides are small chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds and they are the building blocks of proteins. Peptides bind to receptors of cells and send signals that control the function of other cells and molecules.
These signals can lead to increased weight loss, muscle growth, pain relief, injury recover, increased energy, improved sexual function, increased digestive health, improved neurological function, better skin quality, and countless other body functions.
Peptide therapy can be thought of as the use of a specific peptide or peptides to treat a specific condition. Because peptides are naturally occurring in our bodies and very specific to the receptors they bind to, they are exceptionally safe and well-tolerated.