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Increased recovery times.

As athletes, injuries to various tissues in our bodies is commonplace and something to be expected. Injury repair peptides help our body to regenerate tissue cells in a way that speeds up the healing process on a molecular level. By utilising the very latest peptide science, athletes prone to long recovery times or dealing with hard to overcome injuries now have a safe and effective way to accelerate the process.

Ageing and injuries.

For most people, the ageing process will bring on a change that results in our body producing less growth hormone (GH)1. Growth hormone is responsible for driving our bodies towards getting better but having less of it means injury recovery times are longer. Thankfully, our high-quality peptides are the perfect solution for hastened muscular, ligament, and tissue injury repair and recovery, no matter the severity of your GH deficiency.

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Injury repair peptide benefits.

Our range of medical-grade injury repair peptides have a huge range of benefits that go beyond muscular, ligament, and tissue injury repair2. Users of our peptides can also expect increased strength and muscle growth3,4, decreased inflammation5, increased collagen production6, and reduced acute or chronic pain7,8. If you’re experiencing any issues from a physical injury, talk to a member of our team about your symptoms.

Common injuries.

Sports injuries can often have complex knock on effects and it’s important to pin point your diagnoses as early as possible. We’ve helped our customers overcome a wide range of debilitating injuries, including torn ligaments, torn cartilage, torn rotator cuffs, ankles sprains, diffuse axonal injuries, soft tissue injuries, and Achilles tendon injuries.

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Injury repair peptides that stimulate bodily repair.

If you’re an active person and find that you’re more injury prone than others, our injury repair peptides will help you get back to full training safely and effectively.

References

  1. Geoffrey Goldspink. Age-related loss of muscle mass and strength. J aging Res. 2012; 2012:158279
  2. Johnson IP. Hypothesis: upregulation of a muscle=specific isoform of IGF-1 by spinal manipulation. Med Hypothesis. 2008; 71(5): 715-21.
  3. Mari Imanaka et al. Growth hormone stimulates MGF expression and activates myoblast transformation in C2C12 cells. Kobe J Med Sci. 2008; 54(1): E46-E54
  4. Dai Z et al. IGF-IEc expression, regulation and biological function in different tissues. Growth Horm IGF Res. 2010; 20(4): 275-281.
  5. Heemskerk VH, Daemen MA, Buurman WA. Insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) and growth hormone (GH) in immunity and inflammation. Cytokine Growth Factor Rev. 1999 March;10(1):5-14
  6. Frank M Tomas et al. Effects of insulin and IGF on protein and energy metabolism in tumour-bearing rats. Biochem. 1994; 301: 769-775
  7. Jean-Francois Desaphy et al. Partial Recovery of skeletal muscle sodiuk channel properties in aged rats chronically treated with growth hormone or the GH secretagogue hexarelin. JPET. 1998; 286: 903-912
  8. Guiseppina accarinelli et al. Ghrelin regulates proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic cells. Journal of Endocrinology. 2005; 184: 249-256