Weight Loss Peptide
A Next Generation for Weight Loss Treatment
There is no “magic pill” for weight loss, but a new FDA-approved injectable takes a hormone-based approach, with potential to change the game for chronic weight struggles.
Scientific advancements in weight loss aids were standing still for years. Stimulant medications were often the only option, but those frequently brought uncomfortable or even dangerous side effects like anxiety, high blood pressure, and heart rate increases.
Welcome to the next generation in safer & more effective weight loss with weight loss peptide!
A weekly injection of weight loss peptide helps stabilize blood sugar and metabolism. This groundbreaking medication has been in use since 2017 for diabetes patients and is now FDA-approved for weight loss!
In contrast to other anti-obesity medications, weight loss peptide mimics a hormone called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1). This hormone, secreted in the gut, sends the brain the “I’m full” signal when eating.
Many experts believe that people suffering from obesity or chronic weight struggles secrete less GLP-1 naturally. weight loss peptide provides the “I’m full” signal in synthetic form, helping patients feel full earlier and have less desire to reach for snacks throughout the day.
Steady insulin levels help your body burn fat! During the clinical trials for weight loss peptide FDA-approval, patients lost 35lbs on average over 68 weeks. More than a 3rd of participants lost 20% of their body weight!
36% of Oklahoman’s suffer from chronic obesity. If lifestyle changes alone are not successful, it’s possible you could benefit from supplementing diet and exercise with this new and exciting hormone-based medication. To learn if weight loss peptide can help you lose weight and improve your health, call today!
In addition to weight loss, weight loss peptide has been shown to positively impact:
- Cardiovascular Health
- Tobacco cravings
- Central Nervous System health
This medicine is available only with your doctor’s prescription. All weight loss programs benefit from lifestyle intervention including diet and exercise.
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Meet the Doctor
After graduating from Loma Linda School of Medicine Dr. Unsell spent more than a decade serving at Loma Linda in several positions including the Assistant Professor of Orthopedics as well as the Assistant director of the Hand Fellowship Program. He has been involved with the training of 35 hand fellows, 15 of which now hold academic teaching positions.
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