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Enhance the overall function of your body with peptide therapies.
Both men and women experience changes in their bodies as they age, including a weakened immune system and loss of muscle mass. “Losing muscle mass” is a normal metabolic response to aging for almost anyone over the age of 35. However, certain lifestyle choices and a poor diet can cause many patients to develop an inefficient metabolism and loss of skeletal muscle mass that can harm their overall health.
At the Sand Institute, we provide patients with the health and nutrition their body needs to function through the use of various peptide therapies. Peptides are fast-acting short-chain amino acids that our bodies make. They optimize the cells through signaling processes. Peptides are also produced outside the body by pharmaceutical companies. In the past couple of years, peptides have gained popularity for their use in many different fields of medicine such as diabetes, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and even aesthetics. Peptides are safe and efficient, as they can stimulate cell growth while delaying the natural aging process.
Hormonal balance is essential for a healthy body metabolism. Peptides are used to balance and promote healthy levels of hormones in our bodies at target tissues, and they also improve overall body function as well as energy level. Hormonal balance is essential for a healthy longevity by regenerating stem cells in order to slow down the aging process.
Peptides can build muscle in all people of all age groups, including those in their 50s and even 90s. Studies show each person loses three to five percent of their muscle fibers yearly just by aging. A robust muscle mass is essential for a healthy longevity. As people age, their muscle mass is replaced with fatty tissue. Peptides help to release growth hormone and IGF-1 to build muscle mass efficiently.
If you are a professional or amateur athlete, peptides can augment the release of your own growth hormone and IGF-1 to build muscle mass with the right nutritional support. Whether you’re bodybuilding, training for a marathon, or playing any sport, such as basketball and football, muscular performance is essential for both power and balance. Peptides will also improve your muscle cells’ capacity to generate energy efficiently, thus sustaining your muscular performance for longer periods of time.
If you are overweight and wanting to lose weight efficiently and effectively, the use of peptides is essential to the process. Peptides burn fat by increasing the release of growth hormone in the body. The released growth hormone further contributes to burning more fat cells while improving lean muscle mass.
If you are pre-diabetic or have type II diabetes, peptides improve your cell energy metabolism and not only prevent type II diabetes but can also cure it with the right nutritional support.
There are peptides available to augment the fibroblasts in your tissues to improve your body’s ability to heal its wounds without excessive scarring.
If you’re undergoing a plastic surgery procedure, proper wound healing is essential for an optimum outcome. Wound healing is a complex metabolic function encompassing many cell-signaling processes.
Peptides are capable of improving the body’s stem cell regeneration responsible for effective wound healing.
DSIP (Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide) is a peptide that induces delta sleep when given prior to bedtime. Delta sleep isn’t possible in many people, so those people aren’t benefiting from a good night’s sleep. Many people are unable to sleep throughout the night uninterrupted.
Sleep is essential for life, just like water and air are essential for human survival. During delta sleep, many hormones are synthesized and released from the brain into the bloodstream, particularly growth hormone and cortisol. These hormones are responsible for cellular balance and regeneration.
The human body has a unique capacity to regenerate itself on a daily circadian rhythm. It’s this regenerative ability of our cells that keeps us looking young, emotionally energetic, feeling happy, and cognitively active and physically fit. When the body isn’t capable of both cellular and stem cell regeneration, our body will waste away over time by losing muscle and replacing it with fat cells.
Peptides are capable of improving cellular regeneration, particularly when combined with the right nutritional support and by adopting lifestyle changes that minimize the degree of inflammation and oxidation that occurs with an inefficient cellular metabolism.
During delta sleep, growth hormone and IGF-1 are secreted. They are the hormones responsible for stem cell regeneration and cellular reparative processes. DSIP (Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide) is a peptide that induces delta sleep within hours of falling asleep and contributes to the mentioned reparative processes in our body.
MOT-C is a unique peptide that has been scientifically shown to improve mitochondrial biogenesis. The mitochondria exist in every human cell, including stem cells; it’s the power plant of each cell. If the mitochondria are functioning inefficiently, the cell is unable to regenerate. Mitochondria biogenesis is essential for life.
These peptides can promote hormone growth and repair damaged tissues in the bones, ligaments, joints, and connective tissue. They do this by instructing the cells in skeletal muscle, bone, cartilage, fibroblasts, as well as heart and lung tissue to regenerate. These peptide therapies can also expand lean muscle mass to prevent sarcopenia (loss of muscle tissue).
Hexarelin is a peptide that reduces fat mass while expanding lean muscle mass and stimulating the body’s growth hormone. It also protects the heart muscle with a cardioprotective effect and can regenerate stem cells.
AOD 9064 is a peptide that works to melt away body fat stored within the abdomen that can cause inflammation and ongoing oxidation. This peptide can reduce the fatty issue and, therefore, prevent the body from developing the following diseases:
Melanotan II is a peptide that stimulates fat loss and growth hormone release while also increasing libido or sex drive in both men and women. It can also enhance skin pigmentation.
Bremelanotide PT 141 is a highly specific peptide that addresses erectile dysfunction and enhances libido (sex drive) in both men and women. This peptide crosses the blood-brain barrier, bypassing the vascular system and acting directly on the central nervous system to improve erectile dysfunction. Bremelanotide PT 141 can be taken orally or as a nasal spray, making its use convenient and discreet.
Follistatin 344 and 315 are peptides that inhibit muscle myostatin, which prevents muscles from growing; follistatin blocks the action of myostatin so muscles may grow in size. Lean muscle mass is essential for a healthy metabolism. Without muscle mass, people would waste away and expose themselves to multiple disease states like insulin resistance, sarcopenia, heart and lung failure, as well as dementia and stroke.
Cerebrolysin is a small and highly specific peptide that can enhance cognitive functions such as memory, creativity, and motivation. It can also be used to address symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, post-head-trauma dementia, and post-stroke neuronal recovery.
Thymosin Alpha-1 is a unique peptide used to treat Lyme’s disease, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, and chronic infections like hepatitis B and hepatitis C. It’s unique in balancing the immune system.
Thymosin Beta-4 is a peptide that upregulates the cellular wound healing processes and downregulates cellular oxidation and inflammation. Oxidation and inflammation impair cellular repair and stem cell regeneration.
SARMs S4 and S22 are androgen receptor peptides that can bind with testosterone receptors in the body while mimicking the effect of testosterone without the unpleasant side effects. SARMs increase muscle mass and strength, promote fat loss, and increase bone density and libido.
Peptides are made of short amino acid chains that can attach to receptors on the surface of your cells. Some peptides tell specific cells to produce hormones (such as testosterone, thyroid, neuropeptides in the brain, and many others) and to release them in the body.
People of all ages, including those between the age of 80 and 90, are capable of building lean muscle mass through nutritional support, resistance training, and peptide therapies. Without muscle mass, people can waste away and expose themselves to multiple diseases.
Eating a nutritionally healthy plant-based diet, exercising on a routine basis, reducing stress, and minimizing your exposure to environmental toxins can help you maintain your results and slow the natural aging process.