Peptide to Reduce Fat and Increase Glucose Sensitivity
What Are Peptides?
There are many kinds of peptides, and several have become hugely popular for their anti-aging properties. The best way to get the regenerative and transformative effects of peptide-therapy is by using a combination of peptides.
Peptides are those that occurs naturally as a building blocks of our skin. Peptide refers to a small form of protein fragment which is joined via two or more amino acids. They can be derived naturally or lab simulated. Peptides act as the messengers between skin cells carrying important messages or commands to ensure proper repair or stimulation is happening. For example when collagen is degenerating or becoming damaged due to UVA or UVB damage, peptides stimulate its synthesis.
Peptides successfully combat wrinkles in several ways. First, peptides help the skin to create more collagen. Collagen is a naturally occurring protein in the skin. Collagen is key to producing skin that looks taught, tight, firm, and hydrated. During youth, your body naturally produces high levels of collagen. As the skin ages, collagen is destroyed and the body cannot keep up its production levels. This decrease in collagen leads directly to sagging features and wrinkles.View site at https://melanotanexpress.com/
Peptides are proteins composed of amino acids. Peptides can be a natural and or synthetic. Usually, the peptides that are used in most cosmetics products are synthetic due to a huge control towards their stability and effectiveness in skin-care products. This is a great example of how a natural product is not always being what’s best for skin.
But is it true? Indeed it is.
It has been shown that leptin exerts its action partly by activation of the melanocortins in the brain. Melanotan II (MT-2) signals the melanocortin system and plays an important role in fat loss, glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity. Melanocortins can bypass leptin, induce an appetite suppressant and perform miracles.
Nutrient partitioning is an aspect of fat loss from Melanotan 2 which has been established. Diets higher in fat are better associated with the use of agonists (MT-2). There is a great effort to develop agonists ( Melanotan II ) and antagonists of peptide receptors that have been associated specifically with energy and fat loss. Dosing and timing are particularly complicated areas of study as melanocortin systems vary so greatly. The melanocortin system represents an attractive target (MC4R) for leptin related obesity research.Read page from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171016102807.htm
I have found and experienced meal size and meal choice being effected after melanocortin manipulation. Melanocortin receptor 4 (MC4R) affects food intake and energy expenditure. Feeding behavior affected by MC4R signaling are being unraveled in clinical study today. Maybe more interesting, the application of MCR agonists (Melanotan 2) have side effects such as erections/aphrodisiac sensation. This may complicate introduction of these proteins in the treatment of obesity, lol.
A natural agonist, a-MSH (Melanotan 2) reduces food intake suggesting the MC4R might become useful in obesity treatment. MC3R has been suggested to play a role in nutrient partitioning. Development of MC4R and MC3R agonists have been addressed in order to reduce weight dramatically.