How To Use Peptides To Lose Weight- Peptides And Fat Loss

By Elizabeth F. Yurth, MD | Peptides

Feb 21

Have you heard about using peptides for fat loss?

Many who try to lose weight are frustrated as they watch others drop pounds of fat while not losing any of their own.

Diet and exercise alone are often not enough for some people.

Watching others get the results they are looking for while struggling to lose any weight can be demoralizing and disheartening.

Peptides offer hope to those who struggle to lose weight via traditional methods.

Your body naturally wants to burn its glucose and carbohydrate reserves to create energy.

Once those sources of heat are burned, your body will turn to fat for fuel.

Depending on your genes and the type calories you consume, your exercise routine may never get to burning fat.

This leads to the infuriated dieter who says nothing will ever work. It is time to change the game entirely and get a new perspective on weight loss.

Peptides Change the Game

One reason for sugar-free and carbohydrate free diets is to eliminate glucose and carbs from the burning cycle.

Theoretically, less to burn through means your body will get to the fat stores faster.

Unfortunately, this does not work for everyone as genetics determine how quickly you burn each energy source.

Imagine burning fat first rather than after you have gone through all your glucose and carbs.

Peptides can make this happen.

Certain peptides can convince your body to get straight to burning fat and work at it all day long.

Essentially, peptides get your body burning fat around the clock.

Introducing peptides can have you burning fat while working, reading, or even sleeping.

This is a gamechanger for those who struggle with weight loss.

One novel peptide has even been shown to destroy fat cells altogether.

AOD9604 could cause lipolysis, eliminating fat cells in addition to promoting fat burning processes.

Change Your Perspective

Dieting has become a bad word over time.

We now know that this is because there is no “one size fits all” plan.

Genetics make weight loss more than calories in versus calories out.

Peptides can help change your perception of diet, exercise, and weight loss.

Improving your metabolism with peptides could keep your fat burning while you sleep.

Additionally, improved metabolism helps with glucose and lipid regulation, aiding you to avoid storing unnecessary fat.

As peptides help you burn fat rapidly while building lean muscle, the results will have you far more motivated to keep weight off than ever.

Get Informed

Peptides are changing the landscape of the weight loss world.

Frustrated, disappointed dieters are looking for help to get their weight on track.

Finally, there is a solution that could be just what you need to get the weight loss ball rolling.

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Questions About Peptides?

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About the Author

Elizabeth Yurth, MD is the Medical Director of the Boulder Longevity Institute which she co-founded in 2006. Dr. Yurth is double board-certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine. As a specialist in Sports, Spine, and Regenerative Medicine, Dr. Yurth has a Stanford-affiliated Fellowship in Sports and Spine Medicine, and a dual-Fellowship in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine (FAARM) and Anti-Aging, Regenerative and Functional Medicine (FAARFM) through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). Dr. Yurth is a faculty member and one of the 25 mastermind physician fellows in SSRP (Seeds Scientific Research and Performance) which allows her to stay abreast and teach others in the emerging field of cellular medicine. An active athlete herself, Dr. Yurth has worked with numerous sports teams at both the collegiate and professional levels. Presently she consults with high-level athletes from across the country to help aid recovery and optimize performance. Dr. Yurth resides in Boulder, Colorado with her husband and five children.