No Special Diets. No Difficult Workouts. Just RESULTS.

We need a new tool to help us lose weight, and it is here!

Semaglutide Weight Loss Program

A New Potent Once Weekly Weight Loss Injection.

Weekly Weigh-ins.

16-24 Weeks For Best Results.

$1,000 $499 per month

with medication
(1 injection a week)

Weight loss can be hard!

            Eating right and exercising well may simply not be enough, especially as we age.

How much weight have people lost with Semaglutide?

            Adults lost on average approximately 35 lbs or 15% of body weight while taking Semaglutide.

How does Semaglutide Work?

Every day, the brain receives signals from different places in the body. Some of these signals, called appetite hormones, help regulate your food intake. Once weekly Semaglutide reduces appetite. Semaglutide works by mimicking a hormone that targets areas of the brain involved in regulating appetite and food intake. This can help you eat less, which can lead to WEIGHT LOSS.

How the Semaglutide Program Works

The Semaglutide Weight Loss program is a in office or virtually-consulted program that can be undertaken completely from your own home. All appointments can be conducted virtually with the provider.

In 2 months, you could lose up to 25 pounds.
In 4 months, you could lose up to 50 pounds or more!
You can repeat this program as many times as you wish!

No special diets.
No difficult work outs.
Just inject once a week, and watch your weight drop.

Commonly marketed name brand drugs are currently listed on the Drug Shortages list. “A drug can be compounded if it is currently in shortage.” APC Presiden Scott Brunner told Drug Topics®. FDA-approved semaglutide drugs remain ‘currently in shortage’ on the FDA drug shortage list (,” APC said. “Currently in shortage” does not necessarily mean that a drug is completely unavailable, only that there may not be sufficient supply to meet demand. FDA guidance states that if a drug is listed as “currently in shortage”- it may be compounded. Disclaimer:The compounded drugs are compounded drug products that have not been reviewed or approved by the FDA for safety, effectiveness, or quality and FDA-approved products containing semaglutide are available. The compounded drug is not a substitution for an FDA-approved drug; rather, the prescriber has intentionally prescribed a compounded drug in a specific dosage strength or form or combination of medications that they believe is right for their patient.