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How do peptides work for fat loss?

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Default How do peptides work for fat loss?



Can you please give me an easy-to-understand but detailed explanation of how peptides help fat loss?
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Peptides basically gives your body the building blocks it needs to rebuild and maintain muscle. Otherwise, your body would scavenge what it needs from other body parts like blood cells or stomach lining. This helps maintain muscle.

The combination of calcium and bioactive peptides has been shown to help reduce hunger and make you feel fuller, faster.
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what peptides would work best?
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