SEMAGLUTIDE is categorized as a GLP-1 (glucagon-like peptide) receptor agonist drug. It has conventionally been prescribed to diabetics as an appetite suppressant to help with weight management/weight loss. Most people know Semaglutide by its common pharmaceutical names; Ozempic (diabetic use), Rybelsus (oral form), or Weygovy (megadosed for fat loss). This traditional “diabetic” drug works amazingly well for weight loss, with minimal adverse side effects, via appetite suppression. The reported adverse side effects are few, making this compound fairly innocuous for most people to use, even while using it with other fat loss protocols. The most commonly reported adverse side effect is nausea, which is generally dose dependent and controllable by gradually titrating the weekly dosage.
Semaglutide administration should begin at a low dosage (0.25 mg/week) and titrate up to a maximum dosage of 2.4 mg/week (every 5-7 days). It functions by inhibiting the release of glucagon, which suppresses appetite, increases insulin secretion (and insulin sensitivity), slows gastric emptying, and the absorption of nutrients via food intake. This drug has gone through numerous clinical studies, the most relevant being where both diabetics and non-diabetics used Semaglutide at the Wegovy dosage of 2.4 mg per week, and lost an average of 30 pounds in 6-8 weeks. This peptide is beneficial for those who might have disordered eating habits such as overeating or binge eating.
It is an invaluable tool for athletes dieting for contest preparation for bodybuilding competitions, or anyone looking to just cut back calorie consumption gradually for long term, permanent fat loss. Users need to consume adequate daily micro/macro nutrient requirements to avoid muscle tissue, bone and connective tissue atrophy. As ones appetite is suppressed there is still a minimal requirement of micro and macro nutrients to maintain optimal health and avoid unnecessary catabolism of muscle, bone, and connective tissues.
NOTE: There is no “miracle” fat loss drug or diet. To properly lose weight (ideally body fat, not muscle and/or water) requires a healthy diet where you remain in a calorie deficit (consuming fewer daily calories than you expend). Sufficient weekly exercise (via weight training and cardio) is also required to both build muscle and expedite fat loss. Getting adequate recovery and sleep (7-9 hours per night) is equally important. Supplementation of essential vitamins/minerals, and the addition of thermogenic and anabolic drugs will greatly enhance fat loss. All of these factors are equally important for optimal health, wellness, anabolism and fat loss. If you are lacking in any area, your efforts can fail. Remember that long term consistency will help you reach and sustain your goals.
- Potent appetite suppressant
- Increases insulin secretion & sensitivity
- Slows gastric emptying
- Inhibits the release of glucagon, curbing hunger
- Increases the number of beta cells within the pancreas
- Can be used with other fat loss drugs
- Clinically proven innocuous fat loss drug (minimal adverse side effects)
- Clinically studied and very efficacious for weight loss and treatment of diabetes
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Possible Dosage & Cycle Length:
- Men/Women @ 0.25-2.4 mg/week (every 5-7 days), titrated up in dosage from 0.25 mg (to assess tolerance), by 0.25 mg/weekly, up to a maximum dosage of 2.4 mg/week. Can be run long term at a manageable dosage.
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