What are Peptides?
Updated: Mar 31, 2020
What are peptides? Peptides consist of 2 amino acids linked together by their amino and carboxyl groups; eliminating a water molecule in the process and forming a peptide bond. Informally, they are tiny proteins, however, a protein would technically need many more amino acids. By definition, any amino acid chain longer than 50 would constitute as a protein.
How are peptides used? Peptides have been commonly used to: burn fat, build muscle, increase levels of HGH and generally improve athletic performance. However, all peptides sold on Research Peptides are strictly for research purposes and so are not for human consumption.
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