Are you looking for innovative, targeted solutions for your health concerns? Peptides may hold the key to unlocking your body's full potential. From enhancing skin health and reducing inflammation to targeting cancer cells and identifying disease biomarkers, peptides offer a wide range of therapeutic possibilities.


While a true functional medicine approach is no cover by your health insurance, the blood work and diagnostics are often cover. Think of functional medicine as an investment and not an expense!

Are You Experiencing These Issues?

  • Poor skin health?

  • Reduced muscle mass?

  • Joint pain and stiffness?

  • Digestive issues?

  • Hormonal imbalances?

  • These could be signs that you are experiencing peptides deficiency!

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What Are Peptides?

Peptides are short chains of amino acids that play important roles in various biological processes. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the use of peptides in functional and precision medicine.

The Use of Peptides in Functional Medicine

Functional medicine focuses on identifying and addressing the underlying causes of disease, rather than simply treating symptoms. For that reason, peptides can be used to target specific biological pathways and address the root cause of various diseases. For example, some have been developed to stimulate the production of collagen, which can help improve skin health and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Additionally, other peptides have been developed to target inflammation, which is a common factor in many chronic diseases.

The Use of Peptides in Precision Medicine

Precision medicine involves tailoring treatments to individual patients based on their unique genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. Peptides can be used in precision medicine to target specific proteins or receptors that are overexpressed or mutated in certain diseases. For example, some peptides have been developed to target cancer cells that express certain receptors, while sparing healthy cells.

“Functional medicine helps to understand the cause of the disease and apply the right tool, at the right time, for the right patient, at the right dose” Mark Hyman, MD

Signs and Symptoms of Peptide Deficiency

  • Peptides play a key role in collagen production, which is essential for healthy skin. A deficiency in collagen peptides can lead to skin that is dry, dull, and prone to wrinkles.

  • Growth hormone-releasing peptides, are important for muscle growth and repair. Therefore, a deficiency can lead to reduced muscle mass, weakness, and poor exercise performance.

  • Collagen peptides are also important for the health of joints and connective tissues. A deficiency in collagen can lead to joint pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

  • Digestive enzymes and antimicrobial peptides, play important roles in digestion and gut health. Consequently, a deficiency in these can lead to digestive issues such as bloating, gas, and constipation.

  • Growth hormone-releasing peptides and gonadotropin-releasing hormone are important for regulating hormone levels. A deficiency in these can lead to hormonal imbalances. Eventually, causing a range of symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, and mood changes.

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Peptide Therapies

1. BPC 157

  • Help repair damage caused by inflammation.
  • Promote gut healing.
  • Accelerate wound healing and help strengthen and heal tendons, ligaments, and bones.
  • Reduce pain from muscle sprains, tears and other tissue damage such as skin burns.

2. Bremelanotide

  • Used as a treatment for sexual dysfunction in both men and women.
  • In men it can induce erections and restore erectile function.
  • In women it can influence subjective arousal and desire.
  • Boost of sexual confidence: Patients report intense feelings of satisfaction, content, and intimacy with partner.

3. CJC 1295

  • Increase lean muscle mass and strength.
  • Outperforms other peptides.
  • Promotes muscle recovery.
  • Decreased body fat.
  • More restful sleep
  • Immune system support

5. RAS – Sermerolin and HCG

  • Hormone balancing and weight loss support.
  • In functional medicine the target is to slow the age-related decline of specific hormones including growth hormone (GH), progesterone, and testosterone.
  • Decrease body fat.
  • Increase muscle development.
  • Increases natural strength.
  • Enhance hormone production.
  • Reduces inflammation.

4. Ipamorelin

  • Mimics the body’s natural growth hormone release.
  • Increase energy and overall vitality.
  • Used to support sports performance.
  • Can assist muscle recovery from workouts.
  • Increase fat metabolism.


6. AOD-9604 (Lipotropin)

  • AOD stands for anti-obesity drug.
  • Burns fat.
  • Supports weight loss.
  • Promotes fat burning.
  • Stimulates anti lipogenic (anti-fat producing).
  • Does not increase hunger and/or cortisol.
  • No adverse effects on blood sugar.
  • Triggers fat release from obese fat cells.

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