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Loose weight with Semaglutide


Over the past year, I've had the privilege of witnessing many of my patients embark on transformative health journeys. With the help of semaglutide, a medication originally developed for managing Type 2 diabetes, they have achieved significant weight loss. This, combined with lifestyle modifications, has led to remarkable transformations. As a medical professional, there's nothing more rewarding than seeing my patients reclaim their health and well-being, and I'm incredibly proud of their achievements. Here's to their continued success!

Semaglutide is a medication that was originally developed to help manage Type 2 diabetes, but it has recently been found to also assist with weight loss. It belongs to a class of drugs known as glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists.
The way semaglutide works is quite interesting. It mimics a naturally occurring hormone in your body called GLP-1. This hormone plays several roles, but two of the most important ones for weight management are:
It slows down the speed at which your stomach empties after eating. This means you feel full for longer after a meal, reducing the desire to eat more.
It has a direct effect on the brain, particularly on areas that control your appetite. By acting on these areas, semaglutide can help you feel less hungry.
In combination with a balanced diet and regular exercise, semaglutide can help you reduce your caloric intake and lose weight. It's important to remember that semaglutide is a part of a complete program for weight loss that should also include diet, exercise, and possibly other medications.
Yaron Lohr, DC Clinic Director

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