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belcanto ·
So is supplementing with copper how we increase GHK in our blood? If so, what is the best form? Thanks.
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Gloria ·
Good question. Awaiting the answer. Thanks
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skinbiologywebmaster ·
I am sure either Jessica or Dr. Pickart will answer this more fully in the future, but supplementing with copper will not increase GHK in our bloodstream. Supplementing copper is great for health benefits (check out our forum about copper and disease.) but does not affect the amount of GHK Copper in the blood. Although related, those are two separate things. What would be needed is a supplement of GHK Copper. This does not exist at the moment. Dr. Pickart would love to have this be a daily...
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skinbiologywebmaster ·
This is what we would suggest for copper supplements: Copper Glycinate - 2 mg pills. Very cheap. Take on full stomach
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Dr. Loren Pickart ·
US Department of Agriculture studies found the best biochemical anti-oxidants results in humans were with 5 to 6 mgs of supplemental copper daily. More copper will help to some extent. The copper transport molecules are only about 50% loaded with copper in humans and more copper will increase their activity. The Recommended Daily Intake (RDA) of copper is 0.7 mgs daily but this is far too low. A human study found the a group of 24 men on a diet of 1.03 mgs total nutritional copper daily...
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GHK & DNA: Tuning the Piano Keys of Your Genes to Health

Skin Biology ·
NEW Interactive Table Redefines What Is Known About GHK GHK’s effect on cellular systems and health problems associated with human aging spans much more than what has been previously thought! Important information has now been compiled on the first comprehensive website outlining the latest knowledge, research, and theoretical practices including GHK-Cu. Visit: www.reverseagingwithghk.com to learn more! CLICK on each topic of interest to discover updated information about GHK's effects on...
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GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Dr. Pickart asked me to post this to the forums. Please read and enjoy. Got questions about this musing? Ask and Dr. Pickart will answer it. This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be...
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GHK induces protective antioxidant protein from Gene SPRR2C

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Ultraviolet radiation increases skin damage by generating Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) and Reactive Carbonyl Species (RCS). The Broad Institute Gene Pattern found GHK to increase the activity of the SRRR2C human gene 8.2-fold. It produces a small,...
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One Stop Site for Anti-Aging Effects of GHK

Skin Biology ·
GHK & DNA: Tuning the Piano Keys of Your Genes to Health - Effects on Anti-Aging If looking younger is your New Year's Resolution, the science of GHK-Copper Peptides may hold the key! On aged human skin, GHK's effect has been confirmed to: • Revert skin to younger morphology (in vivo mammalian data) • Increase numerous repair and remodeling genes (in gene expression data) See new chart at: www.reverseagingwithghk.com Discover more at: ReverseAgingwithGHK.com
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GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair

Skin Biology ·
GHK & Wound Healing: Built-In Natural Regulator of Dermal Repair The wound healing process in the skin goes through the following phases: hemostasis (blood clotting), inflammation, granulation, and scar remodeling. Every stage requires well-coordinated cell interaction and therefore is precisely orchestrated by a plethora of biological active molecules coming from different sources. For example, immediately after injury degranulating platelets release growth factors (such as TGF-beta)...
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Indhupriya ·
It is a very interesting review. We have developed a computational platform ( www.persistent.com/eskin ) for skin research, wherein skin associated pathways like Keratinocyte Differentiation, Wound Healing, Cornification are built. The role of TGF-beta in wound healing is well studied and accommodated in our pathways. It will be valuable to incorporate this information in our pathway models.
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Skin Biology ·
Dear INDHUPRIYA , Feel free to incorporate any of the GHK data from our research site at: ReverseAgingwithGHK.com - You'll find a wealth of very valuable information that might be of use to you in your pathway models. Data from any of any of Dr. Pickart's Published Articles and Presentations can also be found at: www.skinbiology.com/published-...s-presentations.html Please contact Dr. Pickart directly at: lorenpickart@skinbiology.com with any further questions you may have. Best Wishes, SKIN...
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