- Published: Monday, 09 April 2018 17:12
Adding supplemental boosters to your daily health routine has been the path many people have taken. Products such as protein powder, amino acids and pre workout compounds are just a few. Another group of supplements is called peptides. Peptides are essentially a chain of amino acids that benefit the body and its functions. Peptides are plentiful and have been shown to benefit a persons health, fitness and well-being. One of the newer peptides on the market is called BPC-157. BPC stands for body protective compound and studies have shown that this peptide does just that. This compound is actually derived from the gastric liquids found in the stomach. Research has shown BPC-157 to have considerable biological healing properties. In other words, it helps the body heal. It was originally developed to help heal inflammatory bowl disease and gastric ulcers. This makes sense since it comes from the stomach. This is not just a supplement for people with stomach issues.
Other studies when BPC-157 was used showed benefits for healing torn or damaged muscles, tendon to bone healing and general protection for our organs. Many people have successfully used this peptide to heal bleeding ulcers caused from NSAID overuse. This peptide can be very useful to athletes or just the average person who has daily aches or injury. Overuse of our body can cause muscle, tendon and ligament issues that affect our everyday life. The addition of BPC-157 can help heal the sore knees, pulled hamstring or sprained ankle. The most common and effective way to administer this peptide is by injection or transdermally. Fortunately a transdermal skin patch with BPC-157 is on the market ready to help with what ails you. Simply stick a patch on your arm, wrist or stomach and reap the rewards of this healing compound.