You might recognize peptides as a popular ingredient found in many health and beauty products. This small chain of amino acids is widely known to help with aging, inflammation, and even muscle-building. But not all peptide therapy treatments out on the market are created equal. Purchasing peptides from non-approved sources that can’t show potency or purity can result in serious health complications.
That’s why you want a trusted source like Biltmore Restorative Medicine to help you with peptide therapy. We work closely with compounding pharmacies that are certified in peptide standards and protocols to ensure your health and safety are the No.1 priority.
How does Peptide Therapy work?
Peptides occur naturally in our bodies, and they are present in every living cell. When these small chains of amino acids are linked together, they initiate many different cellular processes. Specific amino acids stimulate the production of specific hormones and proteins.
If your body is no longer making enough of its own peptides, it will no longer be able to function at optimal levels. Since our bodies are designed with receptors for peptides, it knows how to utilize these treatments when we receive them. That’s why this isn’t a foreign treatment; it’s simply a process of reviving optimal peptide levels back to peak performance.
What Does Peptide Therapy Treat?
Peptide therapy can help a wide array of health and beauty concerns. Here are just a few of the many benefits of receiving restorative peptide therapy from Biltmore Restorative Medicine in Asheville, North Carolina.
Sexual Function in Women and Men
If you’re looking to improve your sexual health, we have seen tremendous results in peptide therapy for both women and men. This restorative treatment can optimize sex hormone levels; stimulate neurochemicals, and procedures are available to stimulate new blood vessels and nerve tissue to the external genitalia with directed physical therapies.
Joints and Muscles
We offer several peptides that may help repair joint and muscle injuries, wear and tear, and other painful skeletal-muscular problems. One type of treatment, the Body Protection Compound, can be taken by mouth (orally) or as an injectable. This peptide has been shown to dramatically aid in the repair of muscle, tendons, ligaments, bone, gut, skin, eyes, and the brain.
Gut Issues, IBS, and Leaky Gut
If you suffer from upper or lower GI tract issues, ulcers, or inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), peptide therapy can have healing effects for these issues. The peptides used for this treatment can be taken orally or in injectable forms and can also help with diarrhea, constipation, pain, and gut inflammation.
Growth hormones are thought to be one of the most effective methods to combat the effects of aging with their amazing ability to repair and regenerate tissues. These peptides stimulate your body to produce more optimal levels of growth hormone, so your body stays in charge.
Without optimal peptide levels, our system that burns calories (fat) fails to function properly. Increased levels of growth hormones, which naturally decrease as we age, play an important role in lipolysis (this process is the breakdown and elimination of fat within the body). At Biltmore Restorative Medicine, we offer peptide therapy to promote growth hormone levels needed for lipolysis.
We also have other peptides treatments that increase muscle mass which then leads to burning more calories or fat, especially visceral or deep belly fat, which can be so stubborn to lose.
These are just a few of the many peptide therapy treatments offered at Biltmore Restorative Medicine. We can also use this restorative therapy to help with:
- Increased Lean Muscle Mass
- Improved Memory
- Improved Collagen
- Tissue Repair
- Improved Immune System
- Improved Wellness
- Increase Human Growth Hormone levels
- Improve Wound Healing and Recovery
- Improved Sleep
- Improved Sex Drive and Libido
No matter your needs and goals, peptide therapy can help you achieve them. This treatment is safe, simple, and effective.
For more information on peptide therapy treatments or to schedule a consultation, contact us here or call us (828) 210-2285.