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Collagen peptides are generally well tolerated. Watch out for food allergies.
We make less collagen as we age, which affects our skin, nails, heart, and joints. See if collagen peptides can help you.
Our body needs different types of collagen to perform many functions. We have 28 types of collagen. Most Type I, II, and III.
Collagen is a natural protein our bodies use to build and repair tissues. It provides structural support to our skin, blood vessels, and muscles. It’s also found in our bones, teeth, tendons, and ligaments. But, natural peptides are a little different from supplements we take.
How do I give myself a peptide injection? How do I draw up my peptide dose? These are just a few of the questions I’m asked about #peptidetherapy Before giving yourself a shot, gather all the supplies you’ll need. This may include syringes, needles, alcohol pads, and a sharps container (a hard, plastic container that stores used needles and syringes).
In the beginning, giving yourself a peptide injection can seem confusing or difficult. But with some practice, it can be quick and easy. Head on over to pepties.com for a step-by-step guide on how to best give a peptide injection.
Common peptides are used to help increase natural human growth hormone (HGH) levels, gut health, and promote tissue healing. Other peptides may help with brain health, sexual wellness, and skin health.