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The best way to naturally reduce the signs of aging is to encourage your skin’s production of collagen. Since peptides are the building blocks of collagen, they can be used topically to signal the skin to produce collagen.

Dr. Edwin Lee joins Dr. Mark Sherwood in this episode to explain how to slow the aging process with peptides.

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The internal and external factors that cause aging skin
  • How to slow the aging process
  • Reducing oxidative stress
  • How deep breathing and lung capacity affect aging
  • Understanding Copper Peptide (GHK-Cu)

Resources Mentioned

Book: The Fountain of Youth with Peptides

Restorative Medicine Conference

About Our Guest: Dr. Edwin Lee

Dr. Edwin LeeDr. Edwin Lee is an author and international speaker who – thanks in part to his groundbreaking insight in his field, and his many significant presentations at major medical conferences around the world – is a respected proponent and authority on hormonal balance and wellness, and a leader in defining the future of regenerative and functional medicine.

Dr. Lee is a best-selling author, and a 2013 recipient of the Living Now Book Award. His books include: Feel Good Look Younger; Your Best Investment; Your Amazing Heart; Your Awesome Brain, and The Fountain of Youth with Peptides. He has an upcoming book Your Incredible Liver to be soon published. He also has published several articles (in highly regarded professional journals) on internal medicine and on endocrinology, and was an author in the Textbook of Critical Care.

Dr. Lee truly enjoys helping his patients achieve better health, and loves to practice what he preaches – which has allowed him to summit Mount Fuji, Mount Katahdin, Mount Washington and Mount Hallasan (South Korea), snowboard with his family, swim with the Masters swim team and hike new places with his friends and family.

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