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Peptides are the building blocks of proteins and are composed of amino acids that work to regulate a variety of biological functions and processes. These naturally occurring peptides act as signaling molecules within the body and instruct other cells and molecules on what functions to perform.

BPC 157

Reduced pain and inflammation, improved healing. improved muscle strength and endurance, enhanced brain functioning improved joint health, reduced risk of injury. enhanced immune system functioning.

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 Improved body composition by reducing excess body fat, including abdominal fat, and increasing the proportion of lean body mass, or the amount of weight someone carries that is not body fat

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Helps build muscle mass, reduces muscle wasting, increases bone density.

improves sleep, combats aging, nootropic effects

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 Lose Belly Fat, Build Lean Muscle.

Maintain Weight Loss, Ant:-Aging, Increased Cognitive Function

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CJC 1295/Ipamorelin

Increased Bone Density.

Strengthens the cardiovascular system, Increase in muscle mass. The ability to burn fat, Increased Sex drive, Improved Recovery and Repair from injuries, Strengthens Immune System, Improves cognition and memory function, improves Insulin Sensitivity

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AOD 9604

Body fat reduction, Imitates the way natural growth hormone regulates fat metabolism, Prohibits the transformation of non fatty foods into body fat, Mobilizes stored energy during fasting or exercise. Does not affect blood sugar, Reduces abdominal fat, Possesses regenerative properties associated with growth


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Reverse diet-Induced obesity, treat related metabolic conditions, increase cellular energy regulators, prevent lipogenesis. (fat accumulation), increase NAD+ and SAM concentrations in fat cells, regulate energy expenditure in fat cells

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Prevent testicular shrinkage.

Boost your libido, Improves mood, Higher sleep quality, Regulate and normalize testosterone levels

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