A peptide is simply a short string of amino acids linked together in a specific sequence that sends messages to cells to turn into something different. These peptides are vital for our body’s functions since they’re designed to tell cells what they should be doing.
BPC 157 Explained
In the last few years, more and more people are taking peptides & SARMS (Synthetic Antagonist Receptor Modulators) to speed up healing processes. Some of these peptides have shown promising results in healing tendon, ligament, muscle and bone injuries.
The gp157 peptide is one of these. It has been used in animal models to promote tendon, ligament and bone healing and is also being tested as a regenerative agent for inflammatory bowel disease.
Research suggests that this peptide promotes vascular growth by increasing blood flow to damaged tissue, which increases the rate of angiogenesis. Angiogenesis is a key dynamic process that allows the formation of new blood vessels and plays a critical role in wound healing and regeneration.
Protects Against Drug Side Effects
This peptide also helps to prevent gastrointestinal (GI) side effects from certain drugs, including psychiatric medications that can cause serious heart arrhythmias and other unpleasant side effects. It also protects against QTc prolongation in the heart, a condition that can be fatal if not treated promptly.
There are several ways to get BPC-157 into your system – including through oral supplements, injections and IV drips. As always, consult with a certified International Peptide Society expert before using any peptide to avoid complications or negative health outcomes.