GHK Peptide: neurogenesis, skin, and more

GHK-Cu is a tiny little peptide that can be absorbed transdermally. It is often advertised as a way to reduce skin aging. While there are some good studies on it as a ‘beauty’ product, that is just the tip of the GHK-Cu iceberg. Let’s dive into the science of what this little peptide can do … Read More

MOTS-c: mitochondrial peptide that mimics exercise

A recent study in the journal Nature explains the latest research on a fascinating peptide known as MOTS-c. A little background first: Small peptide molecules are made up of 2-50 amino acids. Amino acids also makeup protiens but in chains longer than 50. Mitochondria are the organelles responsible for energy production in your cells. And … Read More