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Lourdes Rivera

This was the best experience!! Really nice staff. Marlene, Aida and Luz are amazing. They offer a lot of great services. Recommended 100% and this is definitely my favorite place to get healthier and beautiful.

Lourdes Rivera

Jun 18, 2024

Melissa Flores

The staff is very professional and friendly. All the procedures are supervised by the doctor. They do labs and check your heart before send you loss weight medication. 100% recommend this clinic.

Melissa Flores

Jan 9, 2024
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Melanie Perez

Had to repost my review because I used the wrong email! 5 stars still! Luz was very awesome and sweet she went through all my options for weight loss and helped me make the best decision, the provider I also spoke with was very informative and helpful with all my questions I am excited for my weight...

Melanie Perez

Dec 9, 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

Tirzepatide is the first drug to simultaneously treat obesity and diabetes. It is a dual agonist for GIP and GLP-1. GLP-1 and GIP are peptide hormones that are released by enteroendocrine cells in the intestines in response to nutrient consumption, and they play a crucial role in postprandial metabolism. Because of its exceptional dual action, it is also known as “twincretin.” Tirzepatide functions as an appetite suppressant and by regulating insulin levels to prevent blood sugar spikes.

Tirzepatide injection belongs to the class of drugs known as incretin mimetics. It works by assisting the pancreas in releasing the appropriate amount of insulin when blood sugar levels are elevated. When you consume carbs, for instance, the pancreas will produce the correct amount of insulin when blood sugar levels are high, so preventing big rises. Insulin facilitates the transport of sugar from the blood into various tissues, where it is utilized for energy. Tirzepatide slows gastric emptying, allowing food to remain in the stomach longer therefore, making you feel full for longer durations. Tirzepatide is also effective at suppressing appetite and preventing overeating.

Tirzepatide is different because it stimulates two satiety hormone receptors instead of one. Tirzepatide appears to result in even more weight loss than Semaglutide. Some patients respond better to one than the other and it can be patient specific.

Yes, you can. Tirzepatide is used for weight loss in persons who are not diabetic.

In three months, patients lose, on average, 22.5% of their initial bodyweight. So, if you weigh 180lbs, you can lose up to 40lbs in 3 months.

Individuals with Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes can remain on this medication indefinitely. Thus, it is typically deemed safe to take Tirzepatide for an extended period of time for weight loss.

We provide you with a food plan to guide your food choices. In general, you should consume a diet that includes protein, fruits, vegetables, and carbohydrates.

We do not advise a Keto diet while taking Tirzepatide. Some people may experience hypoglycemia if they eliminate all carbohydrates from their diet.

We recommend the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, and upper arm. It is a subcutaneous insulin injection using a very fine needle.

It is generally recommended to follow a balanced and healthy diet while taking Tirzepatide, which includes:

  • Plenty of non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, asparagus, and green beans
  • Lean sources of protein such as skinless chicken, fish, tofu, and legumes
  • Whole grains such as quinoa, brown rice, and whole-grain bread
  • Low-fat dairy products such as skim milk, yogurt, and cheese
  • Healthy fats such as avocado, nuts, seeds, and olive oil

BREAKFAST: Two scrambled eggs, one cup of spinach, four ounces of turkey bacon, and one slice of sprouted grain bread for breakfast.

LUNCH: 4 ounces of grilled chicken, 1 cup of zucchini, and 1 pita made with whole wheat for lunch.

DINNER: Can consist of four ounces of lean meat, chicken or Salmon, a side salad with balsamic dressing, and four ounces of oven-roasted potatoes.

SNACKS: 1 apple, 4 ounces of turkey with cheese, 1 plum, 1 pear, or 1 ounce of hummus with carrots.