Who Is a Candidate for Semaglutide? Take Our Quiz!

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By now, the word semaglutide has become a household name because this injectable drug used to treat diabetes has the notable side effect of weight loss. Rejuvime Medical offers compounded semaglutide with vitamin B12 through our Metabolic Optimization (Meta Opti) VIP program to help men and women optimize their metabolism and boost weight loss.

Our Meta Opti VIP program, which costs just $279.99 per month, includes medical monitoring with a nurse practitioner, lab work, and monthly shipments of compounded semaglutide with B12 to your home.

What Is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide is prescribed for insulin management for people with diabetes and for weight loss for those diagnosed as obese. It suppresses your appetite and improves the body’s ability to regulate blood sugar levels. By reducing hunger and stabilizing blood sugar, patients lose weight.

At Rejuvime Medical, our semaglutide with vitamin B12 helps patients optimize their metabolism, boost weight loss, and support the health of their metabolism, red blood cells, and nerves. This proprietary medication is produced by Empower Pharmacy, one of the top compounding pharmacies in the country, using semaglutide sourced from a National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® accredited manufacturer.

Can You Benefit From Semaglutide?

A wide range of men and women can reap the benefits of semaglutide, from a soccer mom looking to lose that last 5 to 10 stubborn pounds to an ex-football player who’s put on weight and wants to lose 100 or more pounds. Whatever your situation, it’s important to have reasonable expectations about the results and combine semaglutide with a healthy lifestyle.

Am I a Good Candidate for Semaglutide?

If you’re wondering who should not take semaglutide or if you might be a candidate for the treatment, take our quiz. You can also schedule a free phone consultation with our new-patient director Kyle using our online form or by calling (225) 960-1580 to learn more about the medication and how it works.

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