Medical Weight Loss


Phentermine is an oral prescription anorectic medication. Phentermine will curb cravings and reduce one’s appetite. It is used for a period of time to boost weight loss while combined with dietary changes and appropriate lifestyle adjustments.

The key components to lipotropic injections are amino acids  (Choline & Methione), B complex, and Inositol. The amino acid and B complex blend included in the Boost injection enhances liver function, speeds up the metabolism, and the natural removal of fat from the human body.

Boost Injection


Semaglutide is a glucagon like peptide-1 (GLP-1) agonist, also referred to as an incretin mimetic. It is a weekly injectable medication that was initially developed to improve glycemic control in type 2 diabetes as an adjunct to diet and exercise. It works to enhance the growth of beta cells in the pancreas, which are sites of insulin production. Semaglutide will delay gastric emptying by reducing glucagon secretion in a glucose-dependent manner. The delay in gastric empyting can reduce appetite, improve control of eating, and reduce food cravings. Semaglutide offers glycemic control with improvement to HbA1c levels, moderate weight loss and a significant reduction in risk of major adverse cardiac. The average weight loss with Semaglutide is 14.9%.

Tirzepatide is a dual incretin agonist or a “twincreatin” working on two hunger hormone receptors: GIP and GLP-1. GLP-1 and GIP are incretin hormones that are released after eating and affect how the body feels both hunger and satiation. When Tirzepatide is injected into skin weekly it is distributed via the blood stream, and it helps stabilize blood sugar levels, reduces hunger, and increases feelings of satiation. Tirzepatide promotes a feeling of fullness by delaying gastric emptying, reduces the cravings for food, and makes it more likely you won’t want to eat again for a longer period of time. According to newly released research, Tirzepatide appears to produce even greater weight loss by stimulating two satiety hormone receptors instead of just one. The average weight loss with Tirzepatide is 22.5%. 


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