90-Day Significant Semaglutide Therapy Weight Loss Program!
Individuals that have partaken in the Semaglutide Therapy weight loss program have reported a total loss of appetite, accompanied by a feeling of being bloated. The magic of the program is that you don’t have to control your desire to eat – just leave that up to us. Your doctor will ensure your right Semaglutide dosage for your body type and fitness objectives so you will still get the proper nutrients while losing weight! When your body adapts to healthy, decreased levels of food while you are on the Semaglutide Therapy program, you will need to eat less even after you have completed the cycle.
Approved in 2021 by the FDA for chronic weight management in obese/overweight adults, Semaglutide has been described as a “game-changer”.
This is a cutting-edge and progressive way to lose weight, so much so that it has taken Hollywood by storm. We are always here to answer any questions you may have and get you started on your journey to your best self!
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How Does Semaglutide Therapy Work?
In layman’s terms: Semaglutide increases the potency of your satiety response, allowing you to feel fuller after a meal and causing you to eat less. GLP-1 tells the body to produce more insulin and less glucagon in response to food, helping regulate how the body handles the glucose from the meal. It slows the release of glucose and fatty acids from the liver, which will keep your blood sugar within ideal parameters.
This product is clinically-tested, has no stimulants, and is non-habit forming. Semaglutide targets the underlying mechanism that is key to losing and managing weight, and helps punch through those stubborn plateaus. GLP-1s, the key to the magic behind Semaglutide, are important hormones that occur naturally within the GI tract that send signals to your brain to trigger a satiety response.
How Long Does It Take For Semaglutide Therapy To Start Working?
The effects of whether Semaglutide works for you vary depending on the individual. This may take as little as up to five weeks to see a change, but others may have to wait until three to six months into the treatment to start noticing an adjustment.
In a scientific trial, participants who went on the treatment on average were able to optimize all the effects of Semaglutide over a duration of 15 months. In fact, a gradual decrease in weight is likely to be healthier and sustainable for your body and mind to make safe adjustments to your treatment change. So, the outcomes do vary on the person, but many do in fact see a change – you just have to stay a bit patient!
How does Semaglutide Therapy induce weight loss?
Semaglutide Therapy helps individuals with weight loss through an added-on hormone response to someone’s insulin release, interconnecting with high blood sugar. This response gives you a reduced appetite, positive body response, and ultimately loss of weight – in a healthy way! In simple, laid out terms, Semaglutide is also able to help with:
- The feeling of fullness and satisfaction from smaller meals
- More controlled and stable blood sugar levels
- Insulin secretion through the pancreas
Semaglutide Therapy is best combined with a trained supervisor who can help you track your food consumption and exercise journey. Incorporating both will enhance the effectiveness of Semaglutide Therapy and help you notice a change in your body weight more quickly!
How much weight can you lose on Semaglutide Therapy?
So, what are the quantitative effects that Semaglutide Therapy provides? How much weight does one normally lose in regularly immersing themselves in the Semaglutide treatment, mixed in with professional supervision from a certified nutritionist or health coach?
On average, a trial of people was able to lose over 15% of their starting body weight from using Semaglutide Therapy alone in around 15 months. Because the treatment made it easy for people to engage in a caloric deficit, where people consumed fewer calories than burned, it was an effective and safe method to gradually lose weight over time.
If you wanted to increase your probability of losing more weight at a faster pace, health coaches would highly recommend integrating a regular workout to speed up the caloric deficit process while still in a safe routine that should not be alarming.
What steps do I need to take in a Semaglutide Therapy?
The steps you need to take in partaking in a Semaglutide Therapy program are quite straightforward, but it’s essential to get a consultation with your doctor or licensed professional to get a solid outline of the process to adhere to your needs.
There are multiple ways to inject the medication, including your upper thighs, arms, or abdomen – whichever your doctor instructs you to do and if you have a specific preference. The dose is slowly increased over three months and then continued for 6-12 months or until the goal weight is achieved. You will need to repeat this process regularly, once every seven days to ensure that the application process is done correctly.
Afterward, it may be a good idea to reach out to your nutritionist and health coach to collectively decide on a diet and workout plan that is the best fit for you. Since Semaglutide’s effects are there to help you feel more full, the nutrition coach will keep that in mind when creating your diet plan!
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What is Included in the Semaglutide Therapy weight loss program?
After a few baseline labs are done (with insurance or at our discounted cash prices), you will receive a health evaluation by our medical staff with protocol instructions, initial nutrition and diet evaluation (virtual), the first vial of medication, and a follow-up nutritionist session once you’ve been on the medication 1-2 months.
Why use compounded Semaglutide?
We prefer to use compounded versions of Semaglutide to allow for a more customized approach to each member’s individual needs and goals and provide the best level of medically supervised therapy possible.