Semaglutide has been clinically proven to help facilitate weight loss. It's an ideal solution for individuals struggling to lose weight despite a healthier lifestyle and exercise routine.
Semaglutide influences the area in the brain involved in appetite control. This activation leads to a decreased feeling of hunger.
IMPROVE BLOOD and SUGAR CONTROL
Semaglutide emulates GLP-1, a hormone that naturally aids in the control of blood glucose levels. It promopts the release of insulin and suppresses the release of glucagon when glucose levels are elevated.
How much weight loss can you experience while using Semaglutide?
In one of the most compelling studies on Semaglutide, participants began with an average body weight of 231 pounds and a BMI of 38. Over a span of 68 weeks, those administered with Semaglutide shed an average of 14.9% of their initial weight, which equates to approximately 33 pounds. In contrast, participants given a placebo lost 2.4% less of their weight.
However, it’s vital to note that even though this has been empirically demonstrated to yield significant and positive results, each patient’s journey is distinct. Everyone will have their unique experiences, with different weight loss milestones reached at varied paces.
What is the age range for the treatment?
Patient seeking treatment for GLP - 1 need to be at least 18 years of age and no older than 75.
Side Effects and Rare Adverse Reactions (not seen often in our patient population but happen)
The most common side effects of semaglutide are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and
constipation. Semaglutide may cause rare, serious side effects including pancreatitis (inflammation of the
pancreas), changes in vision, low blood sugar, kidney problems (kidney failure), gastroparesis, serious
allergic reactions, and possible thyroid tumors (cancer). There is always the risk of unknown side effects with
You will give yourself injections of Semaglutide each week during the program. There may be a risk of
infection, bruising where you gave the shot, or reaction where you got the injection. The program fee is non-
refundable if rare side effects should occur and cause you to discontinue the program. B-12 given as part of the program can have rare side effects at the injection site or in the body.
You CAN NOT take Semaglutide if you have a personal or family history of Medullary Thyroid Carcinoma (MTC); personal or family history of Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia, type 2 (MEN 2); prior allergic reaction to Semaglutide or any of its ingredients; diabetic retinopathy (diabetic eye disease); pregnant or trying to get pregnant/breastfeeding; less than 18 years old; depression with a history of suicidal thoughts; history of pancreatitis/kidney disease/kidney insufficiency; type 1 diabetes or insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes.