What are Peptides?
Building blocks of proteins, influencing hormones, mood, growth, and maintenance of bodily functions.
What is the use of Peptides?
Optimizing fat loss, muscle tissue enhancement, anti-aging, immune health, gut healing, cardiovascular health, and various tissue repair including post-surgical.
What are the benefits of Peptides?
Promotes a sense of well-being due to optimizing cellular function/brain cognition
Neutralize bacteria which can counteract chronic gut problems
How our Semaglutide Makes an Impact:
This injection increases insulin secretion, which is good for those with diabetes. However, when given in higher doses, it acts on centers in the brain and suppresses appetite. The treatment helps patients stick to a reduced-calorie diet and is used in conjunction with diet and exercise, which enhances the weight loss process.
*Always seek medical guidance first*
How fast will I see the effects of Peptides?
Depending on the peptide, you can feel a difference within a couple of weeks with a noticeable difference in 3-6 months.
(Semaglutide, Ozempic, Waverly)
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One of the most common uses of our peptide therapy is as a safe, effective way to speed up weight loss, and countless people have found that it helps them lose stubborn pounds that have refused to budge despite diet and exercise. Some directly burn fat, especially in the abdomen, and increase muscle mass – both help you lose weight.
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The injection is done on a weekly basis and aids in weight loss by suppressing one's appetite.