Fat Loss Peptides
Some peptides stimulate your pituitary gland to release naturally more Growth Hormone (HGH) while another consists of the end of the HGH molecule. These peptides have been found to inhibit glucose burning and promote fat burning.
As a result, your body burns fat for energy immediately! A person’s body will seek to use their glucose energy reserves before finding energy from fat reserves. By using clinical peptides from Australia, your body is forced to find energy from your fat reserves immediately, resulting in fat loss!
Even though in bodybuilding circles we don’t hear much about Sermorelin, this doesn’t mean that this peptide does not have its uses. In fact, anti-aging and hormone replacement clinics have been prescribing it for years because it works as a clean GHRH. The problem for the bodybuilder or athlete is that it has a very short half-life of about ten (10) minutes.
HGH Frag 176-191 is a fragment of the HGH peptide. Scientists found that if they truncated the peptide at the C terminal region they could isolate the fat loss attributes associated with HGH. Taking this fragment from HGH, including the peptide bonds from 176-191, they found they had developed a peptide that regulated fat loss 12.5 times better than regular HGH.
Even though in bodybuilding circles we don’t hear much about Sermorelin, this doesn’t mean that this peptide does not have its uses. In fact, anti-aging and hormone replacement clinics have been prescribing it for years because it works as a clean GHRH. The problem for the bodybuilder or athlete is that it has a very short half-life of about ten (10) minutes. This becomes an unattractive feature when compared to the half-life of MOD GRF (1-29) (CJC 1295 without DAC), which comes in around 30 minutes. Despite its short window, it does bind quite effectively to the pituitary receptors. The other main down side associated with its very short half life is that it is quickly broken down by blood enzymes within minutes. This is why a GHRH peptide with a half life of 30 minutes or longer is desirable, since it will survive the blood enzyme death and allow it to circulate the body looking for hormone receptors to bind to.
Hexarelin is another hexapeptide like GHRP-6. Unlink the other GHRP’s out there, Hexarelin is the dark horse, the black sheep, the underdog not usually mentioned and often over looked for certain qualities. This grossly underestimated peptide shouldn’t be pushed to the side, but rather examined to understand its benefits and usability for bodybuilders and athletes alike.
Ipamorelin, like other peptides, comes as a freeze dried powder that is very delicate. You can store it in the refrigerator or at room temperature before reconstituting. Once reconstituted with bacteriostatic water, the vials must be stored in a cool dry place like your refrigerator. Insulin syringes are the best way to administer it, usually via subcutaneous injection.
GHRP-6 is most generally used for the same purposes that GH might be used, but may be chosen where a cost advantage exists favoring GHRP-6, GH is not available, or the individual prefers the idea of stimulating his own GH production to injecting GH.
GHRPs are a small family of peptides acting at the pituitary and the hypothalamus to release Growth hormone (GH) through the activation of a specific, G protein-coupled receptor.
Melanotan II was first developed by a group at the University of Arizona with the intent of creating a peptide that could lower the risk for skin cancer. They succeeded and found that they could increase the amount of melanin naturally with M2, which helps protect skin and organs from ultra violate rays. As an added benefit, they found that it also increased libido in males who did not respond well to Viagra. Studies have shown that Melanotan II could be used as a replacement therapy for patients with inadequate response to PDE5 inhibitors. Also noted was the ability for it cause weight loss as well as decrease appetite.
The initial creation of the Melanotan 1 peptide tanning analogue can be credited to the University of Arizona. During the course of study aimed at developing a defense against skin cancer, focus was placed on developing a method of stimulating natural melanogenesis, or the natural production of melanin in the skin, without direct exposure to the potentially harmful ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. Initially, University of Arizona researchers attempted to directly administer the naturally occurring hormone alpha-MSH in order to elicit this desired result. Although this strategy exhibited promising results, it was determined that the naturally occurring MSH had a prohibitively short half-life to be of realistic use as a therapeutic remedy. However, the positive results gleaned from MSH administration encouraged further research into the development of Melanotan 1, which exhibits similar effects whilst possessing an extended half-life for functional therapeutic utilization. The researchers, headed by Victor J. Hruby and Mac E. Hadley, found a peptide, [Nle4, D-Phe7]-α-MSH, that was approximately 1,000 times more potent than natural α-MSH. They named this new peptide molecule "Melanotan" (later Melanotan-1).