Fat Loss Peptides
Fat Loss Peptides May Help You Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals
To reach your fitness and weight loss goals, fat loss peptides have been designed may assist you with boosting your metabolism. Our peptide supplements are of the highest quality and available to those who qualify.
WHY IT IS SO HARD TO LOSE WEIGHT IN TODAY’S WORLD?
Time poor individuals trade off healthy food for fast foods
Less time to exercise properly
Stress levels are becoming chronic
A slow down on metabolic processes
What does obesity do to the body
The ageing process is one that makes it incredibly hard to free stored fat on our bodies. It may seem that no matter how often we exercise, nor restrictions we place on our diet, the fat will not budge. Hormonal deficiencies are no doubt already in force complicating one’s mission.
Emotionally we may feel that our bodies are against us. The despair and diminished motivation no doubt resulting from a series of failed attempts, does nothing to rectify the issue. Fad diets and starvation does more harm to our metabolic system, and often increased fat stores instead of facilitating fat loss.
In order to trigger the breakdown of fat, one must alter the messages being received internally. This can be done through the use of fat loss peptides.
Build lean muscle – lose fat
How does growth hormone increase fat loss?
- Growth Hormone has been shown to effect the metabolism directly
- It also triggers the breakdown of triglycerides that are present in the fat cells.
- Growth hormone releases fatty acids as well as ketone bodies into the blood.
- These fatty acids get metabolised into energy which is used throughout the body.
- Fat cells then decrease in size as a consequence of Growth hormone secretion.
Another way Growth Hormone facilitates fat loss is through its ability to maintain blood glucose levels. The inhibition of glucose uptake into peripheral cells decreases glucose oxidation for energy in the cells, and therefore increases glucose production in cells from fat and amino acids (gluconeogenesis) (Copeland 1994, Ho 1996). The free fatty acids in the blood from lipolysis also partially block the insulin receptors on cell membranes, decreasing the effectiveness of insulin in triggering the removal of glucose from the blood, causing insulin resistance, or decreased insulin sensitivity. These all result in fat loss, especially from hard to move intra-abdominal fat stores (Johannsson 1997).
Our most potent fat loss peptide is AOD-9604. A fragment of the C-terminus of hGH, AOD-9604 stimulates fat breakdown by favouring the release of fat from obese fat cells rather than that of the lean.