What is BPC 157?
BPC 157 is relatively new to the wellness world and has been gaining ground in recent years as a potential treatment option for a variety of medical conditions. But what is it, exactly? Let's take a closer look.
BPC 157 is a peptide that stands for body protection compound-157. It's also known as pentadecapeptide and is comprised of 15 amino acids that are produced naturally in the human body. It's been studied extensively over the last few decades and has shown promise in treating some medical conditions, including inflammation, ulcers, pain, and more.
Many conditions can be helped with BPC 157 inlcuding:
- Leaky Gut
- Celiac Disease
- Musculoskeletal Injuries
- Skin Conditions
These are some of the more common conditions patients find relief from incorporating BPC 157. But the medical world is finding more benefits from this peptide all the time.
How Does BPC 157 Work?
BPC 157 works by binding to different receptor sites throughout the body. This helps to regulate inflammation levels, reduce oxidative stress, and promote cell regeneration and healing. Studies have also found that BPC 157 can help protect against gastric ulcers caused by certain medications like nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
It may also be able to help with muscle repair after exercise or injury. Additionally, it has been used to treat anxiety disorders, depression, addiction issues, and even Parkinson’s disease.
BPC 157 FAQs
What are the side effects of BPC 157?
While BPC 157 has demonstrated great potential in treating many medical conditions, it’s important to note that more research still needs to be done before it can be considered an approved treatment option. As with any medication or supplement, there are potential side effects associated with taking BPC 157 such as headaches and nausea. Therefore it’s important to talk to your doctor before taking this peptide or any other medication or supplement for health related issues.
Who needs BPC 157?
BPC 157 has helped many people with a variety of conditions. Some of the more common issues include improving gut health and leaky gut, gluten allergens and sensitivities, autoimmune diseases, injuries, skin inflammations, and more.
How is BPC 157 administered?
BPC 157 can be administered via injection, orally, or topically depending on the condition you're targeting. Discuss your condition and goals with one of our nurse practitioners and they will guide you to the best method for administration.