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BPC-157, Igf-1, NAD and longevity genes

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#1 MikeGreo

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 12:31 AM


Hi,

 

I only recently have come to hear about BPC-157, and the stuff seems quite amazing.

 

What concerns me however is that I read that it raises the igf-1 levels. If you have been following Dr. David Sinclair, and some of the research about the longevity gene activiation, high igf-1 levels is correlated with a shorter lifespan. I would love for someone to tell me I have misunderstood or help clarify this for me.

 

Basically my question is, would taking BPC-157, mean that we are effectively benefiting ourselves in the short-term while harming ourselves in the long-term?

 

Kind regards,

 

Mike


Edited by MikeGreo, 03 January 2020 - 12:33 AM.


#2 Rocket

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 01:01 AM

LoL. As someone who has used real hgh and bpc, with blood tests pre and during, I have never seen igf increase on bpc157. Misinformation is rampant! And a little bump in igf is a very good thing in your middle years as it goes way too low naturally. PM me if you want to talk.

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#3 rodentman

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 01:07 AM

There's not enough information to know for sure how it affects human igf-1 levels, but if you really want to test this supplement, you can do an igf-1 test before and after and look for significant changes... for well under $100 per test.  
 
A few things to be aware of though.  
 
1)   peptides are normally poorly absorbed orally, some larger ones don't absorb at all...  This is why they inject it for rats.   And I honestly don't know if you can get tested for bpc-157 levels.
 
2)  be aware that this is synthetic, and taking a peptide that isn't normally found in your body, and which hasn't been tested on humans is a bit on the risky side.
 


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