Peptide Related FAQ's


Nature has a way of supplying us with the raw ingredients we need to live healthy lives. All around us – and even within our own bodies – are the building blocks of good health. We just need to learn how to use them. A good example are peptides. These amazing substances are said to promote healthy skin, good gut health, and more.

So what are peptides?

Scientifically speaking, they are chains of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. Think back to your high school biology class and you might remember that amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. Proteins are utilized by the body to do all sorts of things.

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Different Kinds of Peptides

The amazing thing about peptides is that there are different kinds. They differ in terms of the amino acids they contain and the lengths of their chains. For example, there are signal peptides whose main job is to tell the body that there is an injury that needs healing. There are carrier peptides that deliver trace elements to the site of a wound in order to start the healing process.

Science has divided peptides into a number of families that make it easy to understand the types of benefits they bring to the table. Here are just a few examples of recognized peptide families:

  • Antimicrobial
  • Vasoactive
  • Pancreatic
  • Tachykinin.

You will find that different supplements and healthcare products designed around the healthful benefits of peptides rely on different families depending on what the products are meant to accomplish.

Peptides As Supplements

Did you know that your body makes peptides naturally? That's the way it is with a lot of things in the health and beauty arena. The body makes its own peptides, but we can supplement what the body makes to boost what nature has already given us.

Peptide supplements, lotions, oral sprays, etc. do not have as many amino acids as those found naturally in our bodies. Still, they can mimic the effects of our natural peptides fairly well.

Peptides from Food Sources

We can also get peptides from food sources. Peptides occur naturally in fish, shellfish, and meat. They are found in a variety of agricultural products, including:

  • beans
  • flaxseed
  • hemp seeds
  • lentils
  • oats
  • soy
  • wheat.

Depending on your diet, you may be already getting a fair amount of peptides just from your daily menu. It is an amazing thing. All those peptides working together to make your body better at what it does.

How Peptides Can Help

So the big question is how peptides can actually help us live healthier lives. Scientific research is ongoing, but the data we currently have is very encouraging. Here is what we know so far:

Skin Care

Collagen peptides are a natural part of maintaining healthy skin. The peptides contribute to production of both collagen and elastin, two components that keep the skin healthy and vibrant. Likewise, antimicrobial peptides assist the body in wound healing.

Weight Management

Certain types of peptides are believed to contribute to healthy weight management by encouraging fat burning. This contributes to weight loss. In addition, other peptides are believed to boost the growth of muscle tissue and help repair and restore muscles after exercise.

Medical Uses

Peptides are ingredients in a number of FDA-approved drugs. In fact, there are more than a hundred different medications containing peptides. They are used to treat things like hypertension, diabetes, and even multiple sclerosis.

As much as we know about peptides, there is still a lot we don't know. Nonetheless, peptides are naturally occurring substances found throughout nature. Wherever they occur, they contribute to nature's ordered design.

Peptides could be part of your strategy to improve your health. If so, we encourage you to do some research to learn for yourself just how amazing peptides are. You might be surprised by what you learn.

When taking any supplements, peptides or nootropics always work with your primary care physician or simply schedule a consultation with one of our

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Peptides are amino acids that make up certain proteins needed by the skin. More specifically, collagen is made of three polypeptide chains, so adding peptides can stimulate your skin to make collagen. More collagen can lead to firmer, younger-looking skin. Your body makes collagen naturally.

Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a peptide hormone produced in pregnancy that is made by the embryo soon after conception and later by the syncytiotrophoblast (part of the placenta). Kisspeptin-10 is peptide therapy mimics the benefits of HCG. Kisspeptin-10 has shown therapeutic benefits regarding the up regulation of the endogenous production of Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and Follicular Stimulating Hormone (FSH).