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Peptide YY Function and Therapeutic Potential


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Published on September 6th, 2021

Sermorelin molecue chemical image 300x213Pancreatic Peptide YY is one of many hormones involved in the digestive activity. It is produced by L-cells along with a handful of other hormones. These cells are primarily located in the ileum and colon. Also referred to simply as Peptide YY, this important hormone is released in response to eating. Peptide YY is responsible for sending signals from the digestive tract to the brain in order to signal the feeling of fullness. When Peptide YY acts on the brain, it induces the sensation of fullness and suppresses appetite. Peptide YY also operates within the digestive system itself, slowing down … Continue reading

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Peptide Primer: Getting a Boost From Peptides


Written by Dr. Chris Smith, Updated on May 2nd, 2021

adrenomedullin 872350_640 300x140When preparing to achieve your fitness and health goals, it's essential to have an understanding of the tools that are at your disposal. Peptides are a hot topic these days and are reported to offer various benefits to users. What Are Peptides? Peptides are comprised of short chains of linked amino acids, married by a peptide bond. Peptides vary greatly in length, from two amino acids to as many as around fifty. Dipeptides are simple proteins made up of two amino acids. Tripeptides consist of three linked amino acids. Polypeptides are chains of amino acids that are three amino acids … Continue reading

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