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Weight Loss Injections

Weekly Semaglutide or Tirzepatide weight loss injections have proven to work.

At Sunrise Women's Health and Wellness, our providers are experts in weight loss, and we're excited to offer our clients proven tools to help them achieve their weight loss goals. All it takes is a quick video call or in-person consultation. Your prescription will then be sent straight to your door!

Semaglutide: $299 for 4-6 weeks depending on the dose

Tizepatide: $375 for 4 weeks

The average person lost 15% of their body weight​

Lowers blood sugar, cholesterol, and risk of heart disease​

Both are FDA approved

Proven Weight Loss Results

Clinical studies have shown the average person lost 15% of their body weight after one year of taking Semaglutide. For the average patient, that's 24-36 lbs.

The Weight loss on Tirzepatide is even more.

This graph shows a study where participants (with BMI >30) took Semaglutide each week for a year. The treatment group lost about 15% of their body weight. (That would be 37 lbs for a 250 lb individual.)

Understanding Semaglutide & Tirzepatide: 

How It Promotes Weight Loss

Semaglutide and Tirzepatide helps the body become more sensitive to insulin. Insulin is the body's "storage hormone," which is the main driver behind how your body processes and stores energy. When your insulin levels are high, it makes it almost impossible for your body to lose weight. This is because your body is in a state of storing energy (gaining weight) rather than using energy (losing weight). Now that Semaglutide has made your body more sensitive to insulin, you now make less. This results in your body's ability to finally use your stored energy and in turn, lose weight.

Want to see if you're a candidate? Book a free 15-minute consultation today!

The Science 

Semaglutide and Tirzepatide works in two critical ways. The first is by mimicking a hormone called GLP-1, which helps regulate appetite and blood sugar levels. By activating these hormones, they can reduce hunger and increase feelings of fullness, which makes it easier to stick to a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Tirzepatide works on GLP-1 and an additional pathway called glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) receptor agonist

GLP-1 and GIP are both incretin hormones, which are hormones that are released after eating. Tirzepatide works by mimicking their effects. This includes telling the pancreas to release insulin after eating and signaling the liver to lower the amount of glucose it’s making. These effects help you feel full, slow down digestion, and lower blood sugar.

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