Are Peptides the Future of Medicine; My Rheumatologist Thinks So

The multitude of health benefits achieved by peptides are now on the rise in Western medicine. When I told my rheumatologist I was taking BPC-157, I was surprised that she not only gave approval, but commented that they were the future of medicine. She approves and applauds my efforts to be more proactive and personally responsible in my health.
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BPC-157 is a short chain peptide that has been shown to have a wide range of healing and regenerative properties. It is a synthetic version of a naturally occurring peptide found in the stomach, and it has been shown to be effective in treating a variety of conditions, including:

  • Wound healing: BPC-157 has been shown to accelerate wound healing in both animals and humans. It does this by stimulating the production of new cells and by reducing inflammation.
  • Muscle repair: BPC-157 has been shown to be effective in treating muscle injuries, such as torn tendons and ligaments. It does this by stimulating the production of new collagen and by reducing inflammation.
  • Gut health: BPC-157 has been shown to be effective in treating a variety of gut problems, such as leaky gut syndrome and ulcerative colitis. It does this by stimulating the production of new cells and by reducing inflammation.
  • Brain health: BPC-157 has been shown to have neuroprotective effects, meaning that it can protect the brain from damage. It does this by stimulating the production of new neurons and by reducing inflammation.
  • Pain relief: BPC-157 has been shown to be effective in reducing pain, both acute and chronic. It does this by reducing inflammation and by stimulating the production of endorphins, which are the body\’s natural painkillers.

Curcumin is another compound with a wide range of health benefits. It is a natural compound found in turmeric, and it has been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and neuroprotective effects.

When BPC-157 and curcumin are used together, they can have a synergistic effect. This means that they work better together than they would if they were used separately. For example, one study showed that BPC-157 and curcumin were more effective at reducing pain and inflammation than either compound alone.

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There is still more research to be done on BPC-157 and curcumin, but the early evidence suggests that they are both safe and effective compounds with a wide range of potential health benefits.

Here are some additional benefits of using BPC-157 with curcumin:

  • Improved joint health: BPC-157 and curcumin can help to reduce inflammation and pain in the joints, which can help to improve mobility and range of motion.
  • Reduced stress: BPC-157 and curcumin can help to reduce stress levels by reducing inflammation and improving brain function.
  • Enhanced sleep: BPC-157 and curcumin can help to improve sleep quality by reducing inflammation and stimulating the production of melatonin.
  • Boosted immune system: BPC-157 and curcumin can help to boost the immune system by reducing inflammation and stimulating the production of white blood cells.

If you are interested in trying BPC-157 and curcumin and would like some coaching in how to incorporate it into your health protocol for your personal goals, please email me at Suzie@StrongHappyHealthy.com

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Suzie Huening

Certified Epigenetic & Human Optimization Coach| Physcial Therapist Assistant| Figure Pro| Mindset Mastery Certified| Amazon International #1 Best Selling Author| Biohacker

About Me

I am forever in the pursuit of the Art of Well-Being. I started my health and fitness journey back in the early 80s, during college, as an aerobics instructor (big hair, leg warmers and headbands…oh yeah!!). I later became a personal trainer and competitive bodybuilder…which eventually evolved into health club ownership and a variety of jobs within the health and fitness industry, including getting a degree in Applied Science Physical Therapy. However, as a military spouse (now retired Vet spouse), my license was only good in one state, and that career was short-lived due to moves. 

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