Additional Therapies at Lakeland
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Vitamin B12 supplements are typically derived from two sources: cyanocobalamin (synthetic or not found in nature) or methylcobalamin.
Consider this injection for these conditions or to boost your mood and mental clarity:
- Vitamin B12 deficiency
- Decreased immune system
- Low metabolism
$35/INJECTION OR 5 INJECTIONS FOR $140
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Who is at the most risk for Vitamin D deficiency? Those with darker skin pigmentation as it will reduce the body’s ability to absorb rays from the sun, those who work nights, or are homebound.
Consider this injection for these conditions or to boost your overall health:
- Vitamin D deficiency (long-term deficiency may result in cardiovascular conditions, infections, and neurological diseases)
- Osteopenia promotes healthy bones
- Immune function
- Muscle twitching
- Gastric procedures and conditions making it difficult to absorb nutrients
Not sure if you are deficient? We do lab work!
$40/INJECTION OR 5 INJECTIONS FOR $160
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Whether you’re looking for an energy boost or struggling to meet your weight loss goal, Lipolean, a combo injection that is filled with carnitine, minerals, and vitamins, has been a LIVE favorite over the years. This injection, when used with a clean diet and exercise, has been shown to help our clients reach the next level in their wellness journey.
Lipolean injections can help you with:
- Fat burning
- Managing stress
- Combating mental/physical fatigue
We use Lipolean in our weight loss programs. Service may vary by location.
Ionic Detoxification Foot Bath
NON-MEMBER SOLO PRICING: $40
10-WEEK CHALLENGE: 20 FOOT BATHS IN 10 WEEKS TO RESET. $280
Helps remove toxins, free radicals, and body waste products that can cause health problems. Imagine never getting an oil change for your car and expecting it to run for 90 years. Everyone is exposed to free radicals that break down our cell walls and cause destruction. Our bodies are amazing and can compensate with antioxidants. When diet isn’t on point and our lifestyle gets hectic, we may need extra help detoxing.
Consider this treatment if your goal is to:
- Improve body alkalinity
- Increase peripheral circulation
- Improve sleep
- Increase oxygen in the body
Great add-on for clients with a migraine! Peppermint Relax is a LIVE favorite oxygen therapy that pairs well with all IV treatments.
- Revitalizing (bayberry) – restoring, refreshing, vitalizing
- Chillin’ (Eucalyptus) – purifying, energizing
- Peppermint – vitalizing, refreshing, cooling
- Relax (juniper berry) – nurturing, refreshing, restoring
- Heightens concentration
- Improves memory
- Raises alertness
- Helps lessen the effects of headaches, migraines, and hangovers
- Decreases recovery time after physical exertion
- Pairs well with our Athletic, Migraine, or Pizazz packages
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Semaglutide?
Semaglutide (Brand name Ozempic) is an injectable medication which, when used in combination with diet and exercise, helps with blood sugar control in type 2 diabetics. Semaglutide belongs to a class of medications called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) agonists, which mimic the hormone GLP-1 in your body to lower blood sugar levels after you’ve eaten a meal.
What is the hormone GLP-1?
Glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) is a hormone that causes huge effects on the regulation of blood sugar by stimulating glucose-dependent insulin secretion. Insulin is a hormone that promotes sugar uptake by the cells, stores sugar as glycogen, promotes the building of fat, and signals the body to build skeletal muscle. In addition, GLP-1 inhibits glucagon release (which slows down the release of sugar into the blood so that you burn more fat), slows down gastric emptying (makes you feel full), and lowers the desire for food intake (because you feel full).
Is Semaglutide a type of insulin?
No, Semaglutide is not a type of insulin or a substitute for insulin. Semaglutide does stimulate your pancreas to release insulin when glucose (sugar) is present. Because Semaglutide relies upon your body’s own insulin to have this effect, Semaglutide isn’t used when your pancreas can’t make insulin, such as in patients in type 1 diabetes.
Is Semaglutide a stimulant?
No, Semaglutide is not a stimulant. While other weight loss medications, like phentermine, have stimulating effects that help curb your appetite, Semaglutide works differently (see above).
How does Semaglutide work for weight loss?
GLP-1 agonists like Semaglutide help to control your blood sugar, but people taking them also tend to lose weight. GLP-1, the key hormone involved, slows down how fast your stomach empties food (called gastric emptying). And in addition to causing your pancreas to release insulin, Semaglutide also blocks a hormone that causes your liver to release sugar (glucagon). Together, these functions can help you feel less hungry, causing you to eat less food and lose more weight.
Does Semaglutide curb your appetite?
Yes, it is believed that Semaglutide can help curb your appetite. In addition to slowing gastric emptying to make you feel full for longer, GLP-1 also plays a direct role in how your appetite is regulated.
How long does it take to lose weight on Semaglutide?
With Semaglutide, you will slowly work your way up to the target dose at which time you will see the most amount of weight loss. This was the case in the clinical trials, where participants had their dose adjusted until they reached 2.4 mg once weekly. In the phase 3 trial that measured outcomes at 20 weeks, most participants were able to reach the full dose and also lost weight as their dose was increased. They saw additional weight loss over the remaining 48 weeks at the full dose. It is important to keep in mind that weight loss can take time, and you’ll see the best results when you are using your medication in combination with a healthy diet and exercise. Sometimes the medication may not work for you, or you may not be able to tolerate the full dose due to side effects.
How long should you take Semaglutide for weight loss?
Currently, Semaglutide is only FDA-approved to help with blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes and to lower the risk of major cardiovascular events (like heart attack and stroke) in people with both type 2 diabetes and heart disease. If you are taking Semaglutide for either of these reasons, you’ll take it as directed by your healthcare provider since you are using it to manage a chronic condition. But if you do not have type 2 diabetes and are looking to try Semaglutide to help you lose weight, we’ll have a better idea of long-term safety once the FDA reviews data for this new indication. What we do know is that study participants received treatment for a period of 68 weeks (about 1.5 years) during each of the four trials conducted by the company.
Is Semaglutide safe?
Yes. Semaglutide is considered to be safe and effective when used as indicated. But safe doesn’t mean that there aren’t risks. Semaglutide also carries a boxed warning about thyroid C-cell tumors occurring in rodents (with unknown risk in humans), and Semaglutide shouldn’t be used if you or your family have a history of certain thyroid cancers. Semaglutide should not be used in people with type-1 diabetes or a history of pancreatitis. Semaglutide should be used cautiously for people on other blood sugar lowering medications.
Are there any foods or medications you should avoid while on Semaglutide?
Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are on Semaglutide.
First, you’ll want to limit how much alcohol you’re drinking while taking Semaglutide, especially if you are diabetic. Alcohol can have an effect on your blood sugar, and there is a risk that it may drop too low in combination with Semaglutide, especially if you are drinking on an empty stomach. Alcohol can irritate your stomach, too. This might make you feel worse in combination with some of the GI side effects from the medication.
You’ll also want to exercise caution if you are taking any oral medications. Since Semaglutide slows down gastric emptying, this can potentially impact the amount of oral medication your body is absorbing. And while trials haven’t shown this to be significant with Semaglutide, you’ll want to make sure your provider is aware of any other medications you are taking before starting Semaglutide.
What are the known side effects of Semaglutide?
- Stomach pain
Since the higher dose has not been FDA-approved, we don’t have a list of known side effects yet. However, trial results suggest that they’ll be similar to those above, with effects like nausea and diarrhea being the most common.
The Bottom Line
While no magic weight loss pill currently exists, available medications can help. But they should be used in combination with diet and exercise to get the most benefit and set you up for long-term results.
Have you ever wondered what your hormone levels are? Have you been told you’re too young to test that? Look no more! We have providers who will test alternate and common panels to help you make the lifestyle changes you need to have an enhanced quality of life. Our providers believe it is important to know levels when you feel healthy to have a better baseline to compare labs completed when you’re ill. Check out all the labs we can order for you.
Call today! Some testing can be done in the comfort of your own home, with no office visit required.
Inflammation Panel: $1050
Environmental Toxins: $330
Organic Acids: $340
Heavy Metals: $190
Saliva & Adrenal: $150
No office visit is required. The test is sent directly to your home. Call today to order your at-home kit!