“A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.”
Most of us understand that this saying is alluding to the fragile portion of a chain, where it is most likely to break. However, if your health is your “weak link” then a particular chain might be the answer.
Peptides are chains of amino acids, and certain peptides can do wonders to boost our immune systems.
In this podcast, Endocrinologist Dr. Edwin Lee discusses two specific kinds of peptides and the startling potential benefits of both.
- Thymosin Alpha 1 is a natural peptide that is derived from the Thymus gland. It controls the immune system in a way similar to how a conductor controls a symphony. This peptide can help you resist infections, illnesses, and diseases.
- BPC 157 is an essential Body Protection Compound and comes from our stomach – but we don’t make enough. It is a healing peptide and helps with acid reflux and GERD. It helps prevent acid from coming back up.
In this episode you will discover:
- Peptides and petitions
- Why it’s good to be married to a doctor
- Medical options being taken away
- Re-establishing resilience
Meet Dr. Edwin Lee
Thanks in part to his groundbreaking insight in his field, his best-selling books, and his many significant presentations at major medical conferences around the world, Dr. Edwin Lee is a respected expert authority on hormonal balance and wellness, and a leader in defining the future of regenerative and functional medicine. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism, and he founded the Institute for Hormonal Balance in 2008. His driving purpose is to focus on the prevention of diseases rather than just treating the impact of the disease – which, in many cases, could have been prevented.
Dr. Lee invites all listeners to go to the website savepeptides.org and sign a quick petition so that our basic healthcare choices REMAIN our own. Don’t let anyone take away your right to make your own healthcare decisions.
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