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Semaglutide Weight-Loss Program

Lose an Average of 4-8lbs a Month Without Feeling Hungry

The Semaglutide weight-loss program at Allura is a long-term program designed to help you shed pounds over several months. If your body has been holding onto a significant amount of weight this may be the program for you.

*Excluded from free consultation offer.
Semaglutide Initial Medical Evaluation Fee = $150.

Semaglutide Program At A Glance

What Is Semaglutide?

Semaglutide is a weight-loss medication that mimics a natural substance in the body. It decreases your appetite and helps you feel fuller longer, therefore decreasing your daily caloric intake. It works by mimicking a substance called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) in the body. It stops you from feeling hungry and makes you feel satisfied, allowing you to reduce your overall food intake.

Labs are required before your initial medical evaluation to ensure you are a candidate for this program. At the medical evaluation, our provider will review your labs, go over the program and discuss your weight loss goals.

Our program includes:

  • Initial injection at the clinic with an Allura Provider
  • A one-month supply of compounded Semaglutide as weekly injections
  • Follow-up appointments with a provider to monitor weight, blood pressure, BMI and to adjust dosage in necessary

Clients on Allura’s Semaglutide program see an average total weight loss of 10%-20% of their body weight (averaging 4-8 pounds per month), a reduction in their waist circumference, and a decrease in their BMI. Additional benefits include lower blood pressure and A1C, as well as decreased overall inflammation in the body.

Am I A Good Candidate?

To begin Allura’s Semaglutide Program, individuals must be an adult (18+) with a BMI over 20. At the discretion of your provider, semaglutide can be prescribed to individuals who do not meet the above requirements but desire weight loss.

Who Cannot Take Semaglutide?

You cannot take Semaglutide if you have one of these conditions:

  • Insulin dependent type 1 Diabetic
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer or multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2
  • Pregnant, or planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Personal or family history of pancreatitis

You may not be able to take Semaglutide if you have kidney disease or stomach/digestive problems, as these may worsen with Semaglutide. (You must obtain approval from primary care physician or endocrinologist prior to starting Semaglutide if you have any of these conditions.)


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