Peptide Therapy

Peptides are natural compounds. Peptides are very good at improving health, from boosting your immune system to increasing muscle mass and improving cognitive function. Opt Health offers personalized peptide treatment options as part of our health optimization programs.

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What Is Peptide Therapy?

Peptides: small proteins, big results. These amino acid chains signal your cells to perform specific functions. Peptide therapy harnesses their power to achieve health goals like weight management, improved sexual function, and anti-aging.

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How Do Peptides Work?

Peptides work by binding to cell receptors and triggering targeted responses, making them a powerful tool in promoting health and wellness.
Peptides can increase the production of growth hormone (HGH peptides) and insulin, promoting muscle growth, stimulating fat loss, regulating blood sugar levels, and aiding in weight management.
Other peptides can act as neurotransmitters, affecting brain function and regulating mood and behavior.

Benefits of

Peptide Therapy

Weight loss and muscle gain

Peptide therapy can increase growth hormone production, enhancing muscle growth and fat loss, resulting in improved athletic performance, increased energy levels, and self-confidence. This can help maintain a healthy weight and reduce the risk of various health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes.

Better sleep quality

Peptide therapy can improve sleep quality by regulating hormones and neurotransmitters, allowing for deep and restful sleep. Additionally, PT-141 can aid those struggling with anxiety or stress-induced insomnia by promoting relaxation and providing rejuvenating sleep.

Reversed symptoms of sexual dysfunction

Peptide therapy, particularly PT-141, can improve sexual function by increasing libido and reducing erectile dysfunction symptoms.

Accelerated wound healing

Peptide therapy can accelerate wound healing by stimulating the growth of blood vessels and collagen production. Additionally, peptides like BPC-157 can reduce inflammation and pain, promoting faster and more comfortable recovery.

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Improved hormone levels

Peptide therapy can optimize hormone levels in men by targeting hormone pathways. For example, CJC-1295 and Ipamorelin stimulate growth hormone release, improving muscle mass, bone density, and energy levels. Peptides like Kisspeptin can increase testosterone levels, enhancing libido, sexual function, and overall vitality.

Decreased joint pain and muscle pain

Peptide therapy is a promising solution for those suffering from joint and muscle pain. Peptides like BPC-157 can accelerate the healing of injured tissue, reducing pain and inflammation.

Increased levels of energy and stamina

Peptide therapy can optimize hormone levels in men by targeting hormone pathways. For example, CJC-1295 and Ipamorelin stimulate growth hormone release, improving muscle mass, bone density, and energy levels. Peptides like Kisspeptin can increase testosterone levels, enhancing libido, sexual function, and overall vitality.

Improved hair growth

Peptide therapy can be a game-changer for those struggling with hair loss or thinning hair. Peptides like Thymosin Beta-4 may help regulate hair cell growth and prevent hair loss.

Better immune function

Peptides like Thymosin Alpha-1 can stimulate the immune system to fight infection and disease. Additionally, peptides like BPC-157 can reduce inflammation, promoting a healthier immune response.

Reversed signs of aging

Peptides like Epithalon can stimulate the production of telomerase. This enzyme can repair and lengthen telomeres, the protective caps on our DNA strands that shorten with age. Additionally, peptides like GHK-Cu can promote collagen production, leading to smoother, more youthful-looking skin.

Groundbreaking peptide therapy boosts brain, body, and sexual perormance.

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How Opt Health Peptide Treatment Works

At Opt Health, we’re dedicated to revolutionizing how men and women approach their health and well-being. Our peptide therapy program is at the forefront of this movement, offering a personalized, cutting-edge approach to addressing a wide range of health concerns.

Customized treatment plans safely target your health concerns
Peptide therapy administered via injection, nasal spray, or orally
Over a dozen peptides available, including Ipamorelin, Sermorelin, CJC 1295, and PT-141

Whether you want to increase your energy levels, enhance your sexual function, or address other health concerns, our peptide therapy program can help you achieve your goals and unlock your body’s full potential.

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Ibutamoren MK-677

An orally prescribed peptide that indirectly triggers growth hormone production. MK-677 is known to increase lean muscle mass and bone density.


An injectable or orally prescribed peptide that directly stimulates growth hormone production. The effects are enhanced energy, fat loss, lean muscle growth, better cognitive function, and increased sex drive.

PT-141 Nasal Spray

This peptide works for both men and women to enhance sexual drive by directly affecting the central nervous system.


Semaglutide is a peptide that mimics the effects of a hormone called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). It is used to treat type 2 diabetes and has also shown promise in aiding weight loss.


Oxytocin is a peptide hormone often used in peptide therapy to improve social behavior, reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance sexual function. It is sometimes called the "love hormone" because it increases feelings of bonding and connection.


BPC-157 promotes healing and reduces inflammation. It has shown promise in treating many conditions, including tendon and ligament injuries, gastrointestinal issues, and even brain damage.

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Thymosin alpha-1

Thymosin alpha-1 boosts the immune system and enhances the body's ability to fight infections and diseases.


GHK-Cu is used in peptide therapy for its anti-aging and skin rejuvenation properties. It has been shown to stimulate collagen production, improve skin elasticity, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles


This peptide promotes mitochondrial health, which is the metabolic engine of every cell. It works synergistically with other therapies in controlling metaflammation and slowing the pace of cellular aging.


Kisspeptin-10 may trigger the release of reproductive hormones, including luteinizing hormone (LH). This hormone is responsible for testosterone production in men and estrogen production in women.


Melanotan stimulates melanin production, the pigment that gives skin its color. It may reduce the risk of skin damage and skin cancer associated with sun exposure


VIP, or vasoactive intestinal peptide, regulates various physiological processes, including metabolism, immune function, and hormone production. It has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects.

CJC 1295

CJC-1295 stimulates the release of growth hormone, which positively affects body composition, including increased muscle mass and decreased body fat.


Pinealon is a short peptide consisting of just three amino acids. It is one of a handful of synthetic peptides referred to as peptide bioregulators for their ability to interact directly with DNA to alter gene expression levels. Pinealon has been linked to behavior modification and is thought to help protect a number of cell types, including neurons, against the effects of hypoxia. By direct effect on the pineal gland, pinealon may reduce problems with drug metabolism, circadian rhythm disorders, memory, learning, and more.


Hexarelin enhances natural growth hormone production by amplifying the natural growth hormone-releasing signal from the hypothalamus. This results in a greater secretion of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. Hexarelin suppresses somatostatin, also known as growth hormone inhibiting hormone. Somatostatin causes the body to reduce its natural growth hormone output. Hexarelin inhibits the action of somatostatin, and growth hormone production is escalated, resulting in significantly increased natural growth hormone levels. The outlying distribution of growth hormone secretagogue in the heart and blood vessels suggests that Hexarelin may have direct cardiovascular actions beyond growth hormone release and neuroendocrine effects.


Regulator of gluconeogenesis.

Elamipretide (SS-31)

A mitochondria-targeting drug that exerts significant effects by the binding of cardiolipin, promotes electron transfer, inhibits cytochrome C peroxidase activity, and reduces electron leakage.

5-amino 1 MQ (methylquinoline)

5-amino-1MQ and other methylquinolinium derivatives are under active investigation as potential treatments for obesity and diabetes. It also appears that inhibition of NNMT can activate stem cells and improve regenerative capacity in skeletal muscle.

*not all peptides are available in all formulations or locations

More Than Peptide Therapy

Our physicians also specialize and focus on issues like low energy, loss of muscle mass, low testosterone, ED, insulin resistance, and nutritional deficits.

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Peptide Therapy FAQs

What is the average cost of peptide therapy?

The cost of peptide therapy can vary depending on factors such as the specific peptides used, the length of treatment, and the provider administering the therapy. However, on average, patients can expect to pay several hundred to several thousand dollars monthly for peptide therapy. It’s important to note that insurance typically does not cover the cost of peptide therapy as it is considered an elective treatment.

Is peptide therapy good for you?

Peptide therapy can benefit individuals experiencing many health issues, including decreased energy levels, reduced muscle mass, and signs of aging. However, as with any medical treatment, potential risks and side effects should be considered before starting peptide therapy. Therefore, individuals need to consult with a healthcare provider experienced in peptide therapy to determine if it is a safe and appropriate treatment option for their needs and medical history.

What is the most common peptide therapy?

The most common peptide therapy is growth hormone-releasing peptides (GHRPs), which include Ipamorelin, Sermorelin, and CJC 1295. These peptides stimulate the release of growth hormone, which can have many health benefits for individuals experiencing decreased energy levels, reduced muscle mass, and signs of aging.

Do doctors recommend peptides?

Peptide therapy is a rapidly growing field of medicine, and many healthcare providers, including doctors, recognize the potential health benefits of this form of treatment. As a result, many medical practices and clinics now specialize in peptide therapy.

In addition, some doctors are incorporating peptide therapy into their practice to help patients with a range of health concerns. However, as with any medical treatment, the decision to recommend peptides will depend on the specific patient’s medical history, symptoms, and overall health and should be made in consultation with a healthcare provider experienced in peptide therapy.

How long do peptide injections last?

The duration of peptide injections can vary depending on the specific peptide and the purpose of the treatment. Some peptides require daily injections, while others may only need to be administered a few times a week or once a month. The length of treatment can vary depending on the response to the therapy, health condition, and goals. Working with a healthcare provider experienced in peptide therapy is crucial to determine the appropriate dosage and frequency of injections.

Does peptide therapy actually work?

Peptide therapy is effective in a variety of applications, including improving sleep, accelerating wound healing, improving immune function, increasing energy levels, etc. However, as with any medical treatment, the efficacy may vary depending on the individual and their health condition.

Are there any risks with peptide therapy?

As with any medical treatment, there are potential risks and side effects associated with peptide therapy. These can include allergic reactions, injection site reactions, and interactions with other medications or supplements.

Are there foods that contain peptides?

Yes, many foods contain natural peptides. For example, milk, meat, fish, and eggs are all good sources of peptides. Peptides can also be found in legumes, nuts, and seeds. Some food companies have also started including peptides as functional ingredients in their products.