Elevate Health’s Comprehensive Weight Loss Program
We understand skepticism when it comes to new weight loss programs. Weight loss programs are heavily marketed but often times fail to deliver results.
OZEMPIC INJECTIONS & SKINNY SHOTS AVAILABLE NOW
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Elevate Health recognizes the importance of weight management as it relates to overall metabolic health. We are pleased to offer a multi-pronged approach to weight loss that includes a combination of gut support and detoxification, weight loss medicine (Ozempic), a state of the art medical scale that measures muscle, water and visceral fat and the Pnoe precision metabolic analyzer. We will track and analyze data from your lab work, the Inbody 570 scale and Pnoe so that you can see your results and meet your weight goals.
Our goal is to provide solutions to your weight loss challenges and education needed for long term weight loss.
Our program offers:
1. 30 Minute Medical Consult with
2. Lipid and Blood Sugar Labs
(Cost of testing & labs not included and will vary based on your insurance coverage)
3. Self administered Semaglutide (Ozempic) Injections
A new drug has come to the market that has changed the landscape of weight loss. This FDA approved drug was originally made and used for type II diabetics and sold under the name Ozempic. Semaglutide is a compounded version of the same drug with dramatic weight loss results. Semaglutide memics a hormone called glucagon-like-peptide-1 or GLP-1. GLP-1 targets areas of the brain that regulate appetite and food intake. This protein also decreases blood sugar leading to decreased inflammation. Studies have shown up to 15% total body weight loss using the GLP-1 analog. Below is a graph showing the percentage of body weight loss on Semaglutide vs a Placebo group.
Semaglutide acts in the following ways:
Delays stomach emptying leading to a feeling of fullness
Increases satisfaction with smaller meal sizes
Lowers blood sugars resulting in less inflammation
Wilding et al, Once-Weekly Semaglutide in Adults with Overweight or Obesity. NEJM, February 10, 2021.
5. PNOE breath analysis (coming soon)
6. Personal trainers and dieticians we work with and can you refer you to