Whether you’re starting a new training regime or you’re an active bodybuilder looking to build lean muscle mass rapidly, your best step in the right direction is to educate yourself in the science of peptides and their availability in Australia. Various peptides offer benefits in terms of muscle growth and developing muscular definition. Being informed about each peptide, their mechanisms of action, and any potential side effects will help you decide which one is right for you. You may have to factor in age-related hormone deficiencies correct for them. Sarcopenia, for instance, is the loss of muscle mass that occurs when testosterone levels are low. Males experiencing sarcopenia or trying to prevent sarcopenia in the long run need to keep a close watch on their hormone levels as they age.
Muscle Peptide Science – Do you know what a peptide is and how peptides can influence hormones in your body?
Peptide Ratings – Peptides are rated by their potential to influence certain activities in your body. Some are more suited for fat loss, while others are known for their ability to grow new muscle cells or their anti-ageing effects. Our peptide ratings omit the peptide product names to comply with local regulations. Once you register successfully with Peptide Clinics, you’ll gain access to all the information you need to ascertain each product’s suitability.
Once you’ve been educated, you’ll feel more confident about your goals and you’ll be informed enough to choose the peptide that’s best suited to your needs.
STEPS FOR SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF PEPTIDES IN YOUR MUSCLE-BUILDING PROGRAM
It may be hard to comprehend the science behind growth hormone peptides. At Peptide Clinics we aim to teach you so you can make an educated decision about how peptides can work for you. The endocrine system has a much greater scope and influence on our health than we realize. Our hormones are the messengers that determine what information our cells and organs receive. Peptides are a great way of grabbing the “biological loudspeaker” and insisting your body responds in a regenerative manner.
If you aren’t already participating in good nutritional health, make it a priority immediately. There is no magic wand that will achieve your fitness goals if you aren’t ready to commit 100%. Getting your body and mind into a state of nutritional health will put you on the path to great success, and quickly when supplementing with peptides.
Get your blood work checked
It’s in your best interest to get a blood test to identify your current GH levels before you start supplementing with peptides. Not only does this ensure safety and good health, but it establishes a baseline for you to measure how your levels change over the next 6 months. We offer an online pathology service that lets you add specific tests to your cart along with your peptides. We will then email you the appropriate printouts to bring with you to your nearest participating test center.
Make an educated decision
Make an educated decision to purchase peptides based on what will work best for you, and feel free to contact us.
Stick to the plan
Remember that nothing happens overnight, or without discipline and hard work. The rewards will come, and when they do, don’t forget to let us know and share your story in our testimonial section.
Peptides for Fat Loss
Peptides for fat loss allow patients to receive weight loss benefits over 3 to 6 months where regular diet and exercise have failed. Combined with limiting caloric intake and regular exercise, fat loss peptides have been proven successful where muscle gain is not desired.
Peptides: The Most Effective Weight Loss/Body Fat Burning Solutions
Are you looking to rid your body of unwanted fat once and for all?
Then start by converting your body’s metabolism into an efficient, fat-burning machine by including peptide supplementation in your weight-management program!
Countless scientific studies and clinical trials have now proven peptide supplementation to be effective in weight loss. Physicians and healthcare professionals across the globe have determined that peptide use is the most effective weight loss and body fat burning method known!
The Science | When we eat carbs/sugars:
- Your blood sugar level increases.
- The pancreas senses the rise in blood sugar and releases insulin.
- This insulin triggers the transport of glucose into cells, especially muscle and liver cells.
- We have small sugar stores, so any excess is easily converted to fat, mainly by the liver, and then transported to fat cells for storage.
The body prefers to use fat as fuel for activity. With constantly full sugar stores, however, it tends use this before using stored fat. On a carbohydrate-dominant diet, where sugar stores are regularly refilled and overfilled, we store fat easily and have trouble burning the fat stores.
What Happens When We Introduce Peptides?
Some peptides stimulate your pituitary gland to naturally release more Human Growth Hormone (HGH), while another consists of the end of the HGH molecule. These peptides have been found to inhibit glucose burning and promote fat burning.
As a result, your body burns fat for energy immediately! A person’s body will normally seek to use glucose energy reserves before finding energy from fat reserves. Using clinical peptides from Australia forces your body to find energy from fat reserves immediately, resulting in fat loss!
Energy is required for all aspects of living. Because peptides force your body to burn fat for energy, you lose fat when you’re:
- Even sleeping!
Other Benefits of Weight Loss Peptides
- Heightened energy levels
- Faster metabolism
- Increased muscle cell production
- Increased strength
Peptides have the potential to inhibit glucose and fat storage in our fat cells and promote fat burning. Therefore, we burn fat while performing everyday tasks… even while sleeping.
Injury Repair and Recovery
Muscular, Ligament, and Tissue Injury Repair and Recovery
If you need help recovering quickly from an injury, you may find success with peptide treatments.
Anyone can injure themselves through physical activity. Depending on their fitness level and mental states, people who participate in sports, bodybuilding, dance, or who work in industries requiring physical labor, will be more prone to injury. Active people who find themselves getting injured frequently or who find healing takes longer than expected will benefit from peptide supplementation.
As we age, it becomes clear that healing from injuries will take a lot longer than when we were young. This is due in part to our GH levels. Most people who are 30+ will have some GH deficiency that affects their ability to recover from accidents.
Soft tissue injury repair
Knee ligament injury and repair and recovery
Injury Repair for Muscle Strains and Tendon Sprains
Our bodies are sophisticated, working as a network to support all of their interacting components. The tissues in the body consist of cells “glued” together by a connective gel of protein strands, which is permeated with capillaries and nerves. The capillaries provide nutrients to the cells and remove their waste products. The cells are specialized to perform certain functions, depending on the tissue: for instance, muscle cells contract mechanically.
A muscle contains many muscle cells, surrounded and held together by its connective tissue. The connective tissue is continuous with the tendons at each end of the muscle which connect the muscle cells to the bones. In this way, contraction and shortening of the muscle cells moves the bones around their joints.
A single excessive force, or multiple lower intensity forces, can damage the connective tissue of a muscle. This is called a strain in a muscle or a sprain of a tendon.
Repetitive sprains can trigger an inflammatory process around the damaged tissue, called tenosynovitis in tendons. As the connective tissue has a much less dense blood supply than the muscle cells, it has a much slower repair rate. For those requiring quick injury recovery and repair, peptide supplementation can be a worthwhile option.
Injury repair peptides speed up the rate of tissue repair
Peptides used in injury repair send a message to the body to increase the rate of tissue repair. Growth hormone (from the anterior pituitary gland under the brain) is particularly good at stimulating connective tissue production.
Examples of common injuries that may benefit from injury repair and rehabilitation peptides:
- torn rotator cuff
- ankle sprain
- diffuse axonal injury
- soft tissue injury
- torn ligament injury
- torn cartilage injury
- Achilles tendon injury
- muscle damage
MSH – Melanocyte-Stimulating Hormones
What is MSH?
MSH: Also known as a-MSH, a-melanocyte stimulating hormone, alpha-melanotropin, and alpha-melanocortin.
Melanocyte-stimulating hormones are a group of peptide hormones produced by the pituitary gland, the hypothalamus, and in the skin cells.
The Role of MSH
- Tanning and Pigmentation – Skin, hair and eyes. Specialized skin cells called melanocytes produce a pigment called melanin.
- Protecting Skin from UV damage – Melanin protects cells from DNA damage or Melanoma.
- Appetite Control and Fat Storage – Aids in controlling the appetite. MSH suppresses appetite by acting on receptors in the hypothalamus in the brain. This effect is enhanced by the leptin hormone.
- Anti- inflammatory – MSH influences the release of the hormone aldosterone, which controls salt and water balance in the body.
Tanning Injections – Increasing your ability to produce melanin.
We have provided the following information so you can say you’ve done your homework regarding tanning injections and their mechanism of action.
UV Radiation vs. Sun Exposure
UV radiation is a higher risk for people with fair complexions. The reason for this is that the fair-skinned person has less melanin production than one with a darker complexion.
What is Melanin?
Melanin is the natural pigment that protects the skin from UV radiation and damage. It’s our protective layer. The lack of a tan to protect the body from skin cancer results from low levels of melanin. A fair-skinned person has to take great risks to develop a healthy tan, or invest a lot of time to do so safely. This is something our time-poor society has trouble with. The amount of melanin in one’s skin also determines vitamin D production and capabilities. It’s clear that vitamin D deficiency is also connected with skin cancer. So how does someone get a safe tan when tanning beds have been banned throughout Australia and you don’t have the leisure time to sunbathe regularly?
Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone: Peptide for tanning obtainable at Peptide Clinics Australia.
The Sun’s Ultraviolet Rays
- long-wave rays
- least destructive
- creates a short-lived, superficial tan
- doesn’t cause melanocytes to release more melanin
- darkens existing melanin only
- UVA causes single strand breakage
- Short-wave rays
- More DNA damage
- melanocytes release more melanin to protect the body
- body darkens faster when exposed to UVA beams
- UVB causes double strand breakage and non-functional bonds
- blocked by the ozone layer
Stress and Anxiety Treatment
Stress and Anxiety has increasingly become both a symptom of life and the cause of many illnesses
Personality types and the impact of stress
Stress can be trivial to a person with a Type B Personality. In normal circumstances their mechanisms have been finely tuned to handle to the daily stresses in life.
Those with Type A Personalities are high-strung, highly motivated, quick to anger, and often driven on a daily basis by stress and anxiety. Whether the stress has become unhealthy depends on the severity and repetitiveness of the stress and anxiety.
What is stress?
Stress is not always bad. “Stress” is anything which creates a demand for us to react or respond.
Examples of Good Stress
- Challenging projects
- Regular deadlines – (not critical deadlines)
With appropriate planning and structures in place, it only takes a certain degree of ordinary stresses for a person to act. Setting realistic goals within attainable timelines minimizes stress and anxiety. Consciously practicing calm and reasonable responses to challenging situations makes future reactions less destructive to the body and to those around you. Taking care of your needs for exercise, rest, nutrition, and therapy also makes future stressors less destructive. Here is more on coping with stress.
- Cardiac Problems
- Bowel Issues
- Dizziness and poor circulation
- Breathing problems, asthma
- Muscular pain and arthritis
- Sleep problems
- Diabetes, elevated blood sugar
- Blurred vision and eye problems
The tactics we employ in surviving the stresses we encounter determine whether the influence of stress in our life is positive or negative.
First Stage of Stress is “The Alarm”
When the brain signals the stress alarm the sympathetic nervous system is notified, causing a hormone called epinephrine to be released from nerve endings.
- Pupils dilate
- Saliva and mucus secretions dry up
- Tension is felt in the muscles
- Heart rate speeds up
- Digestive system shuts down to conserve energy
- Breathing rate increases
- Liver pumps stored sugar to fuel activity
- Adrenal glands are stimulated to produce more adrenaline
- Blood is diverted to the brain and muscles to keep them well supplied for the alarm stage
The Second Stage of Stress is “Adaptation”
The sequence of events in the alarm stage physically prepares us to meet a “danger” or “threat.” This “Fight or Flight” response may not be appropriate to the problems that cause it in modern life. Yet some individuals caught in the cycle of adaption use this coping mechanism for all circumstances: stress and anxiety of any kind are met with fear and panic. How long a person can succumb to these symptoms repetitively before reaching the final stage of “Exhaustion” depends on their resilience, health status, and energy levels.
The Final Stage of Stress is “Exhaustion”
How one responds to minor and major stresses becomes a major priority for change in order to prevent illness and disease. Once a person reaches the final stage of stress, their body responds by shutting down to preserve energy. Most often this is where illness occurs, forcing a person to rest and recuperate. Fatigue is a cause for concern when it becomes constant. Repair becomes necessary in order to get back to a healthy state of mind and body. We have a number of health supplements and custom compounded medicine to help you deal more effectively with stress.
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