What Exactly is IGF-1 DES:
An abbreviated form of IGF-1, known as IGF-1 DES (1-3), has a so-called tri-peptide framework. It’s been isolated for a specific tissue type, so it works better there. Satellite cells in muscle and other tissues can grow and multiply much faster when exposed to the IGF-1 DES (1-3) because of the altered structure. Compared to conventional IGF-1, this one should have a much more significant metabolic and fat-burning effect.
As a result, IGF-1 occurs typically in the liver, interacting with testosterone, growth hormone, and insulin. As a result, IGF1 promotes muscle growth as well as the generation of brand new muscle cells. New muscle mass is formed as a result of this.
What is IGF-1 DES Known For?
In comparison to conventional IGF-1, the effects of IGF-1 DES (1-3) are four times faster, but the fat-burning impacts last three to five times longer. This is connected because IGF-1 DES (1-3) is found in greater quantities in the target tissue than IGF-1. IGF-1 DES (1-3) was initially developed to treat inflammatory inflammation and gastrointestinal disorders because it targets intestinal tissue strength in particular. However, catabolic effects in general or in certain diseases are treated with other forms of IGF-1, such as IGF-1 DES (1-3).
Studies have shown that IGF-1 DES (1-3) affects tissue growth three times greater than IGF-1, with a bigger impact on muscle tissue. There is a significant improvement in wound healing as well.
Research suggests IGF-1 DES has the following benefits:
- Regeneration of internal organs as well as increased cellular repair throughout the body
- Rejuvenation, anti-ageing, and the capacity to slow down the ageing process
- Collagen production is increased, the skin is healthier, and this helps to smooth out wrinkles.
- Effects are strong and promote muscle growth, strength, and performance.
- Inducing the development of new muscles cells (muscle hyperplasia)
- Powerful anti-catabolic effect and muscle preservation.
- Bone mineral content/density has increased.
- Improved learning and memory due to improved cognitive functions
- Enhances nervous system and brain health regeneration
- This may lessen your risk of developing heart and cardiovascular disease.
- Boosted resistance to infection
- Effects that reduce inflammation
- Better intestinal health
With IGF-1 DES (1-3), it is stated that nothing can be said about the side effects with any certainty. However, IGF generally promotes tissue growth, and therefore research suggests it could lead to tumours and other diseases. Other possible negative effects include:
– Subcutaneous water retention for a brief period
– Pain in the temples
– Pain in one or more joints
– Increased appetite
– Muscle aches
Molar mass: 7371.4
Unit Quantity: 1 Vial
Appearance: White Powder
Peptide Purity: >99%