Weightloss, Weightloss Medications

We’ve seen some excellent outcomes from patients on our Semaglutide Medical Weight Loss Program.

And we’re delighted to help as many people as possible attain a healthier weight as the first step toward optimal health and fitness.

We also understand that you may have a lot of questions about this program, including what you should do to get the best results.


So, we’ve produced this list of eight ideas to help you get the most out of Semaglutide for weight reduction.

1. Eat Smaller Portions More Often

Semaglutide makes you feel full on considerably less food, so consume small meals throughout the day. When you eat too much in one sitting, you may experience nausea, heartburn, or other unpleasant GI symptoms. Keep some over-the-counter medications on hand in case you need them.

2.Concentrate on Eating more Slowly

Did you know that it takes your brain up to 15 minutes to realize that you’ve eaten? That is why, even with Semaglutide, it is critical to take your time. Concentrate on slowing down and pausing between bites.

3. Stay away from foods that may cause side effects

While no food is forbidden when taking Semaglutide, several foods can induce negative effects. These include fatty foods, processed foods, and sugary foods. These are the most difficult for your body to digest, therefore they are the most likely to produce nausea when taking Semaglutide.

4. Drink plenty of water

You understand the significance of drinking enough water – it is essential for all of your bodily systems. However, it is especially important with Semaglutide since staying hydrated can help prevent nausea, which some individuals experience when taking this medicine. Drink at least 80 ounces of water per day. And, like with calories, there are numerous apps available to track this.

5. Limit your alcohol consumption – or avoid it entirely.

While using Semaglutide, alcohol may cause gastrointestinal irritation. It can also have an effect on your blood sugar levels, which may decrease too low when used with Semaglutide. In addition, drinking alcohol while taking Semaglutide increases your risk of developing pancreatitis (though this is uncommon).

6. Aim for a weekly weight loss of one to two pounds.

This is not a crash diet; it promotes healthy weight loss at a rate of one to two pounds per week. You may be at risk for gallstones if you lose more than three pounds each week (this is called fast weight loss). We recommend 1200-1500 calories each day. To begin, you may want to use an app to track your calories to ensure you’re consuming enough.

7. Move as Much as Possible

Regular exercise is essential for optimal health, whether you take Semaglutide or not. However, increasing your physical activity while on Semaglutide can help you get better outcomes – and maintain those results after you’ve dropped the weight. Walking is the best way to increase your physical activity. You may also use a step counter on your phone or watch to track your progress.

8. Alter the location of the Semaglutide injections Every week

Semaglutide can be injected in three separate areas of your body: your thighs, abdomen, and upper arm. These locations ensure that the medication is injected beneath the skin but far from a vein. It is critical to rotate where you inject each week to allow your skin to heal.

We Are Here to Assist You in Obtaining the Best Results

As previously stated, Semaglutide has shown remarkable outcomes, including healthy weight loss, reduced or eliminated cravings, and a completely new perspective on food and life.

We’re here to assist you attain the outcomes you’ve always desired but believed were unachievable.

Call us to find out how we can assist you.

Call our New Patient Coordinator at (877)241-3596.

If you believe the Semaglutide Medical Weight Loss Program is a good fit for you, please schedule an appointment.