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As a doctor, and bestselling author on weight loss, I know how difficult weight loss and weight maintenance can be. I also know what it’s like to feel fantastic in your new healthy, slimmer body.. I see the patients I work with do it time and time again.

I’ve worked in the weight loss industry  for 20 years, bringing to each session my expertise in diet and exercise, medical weight loss management,  plant-based nutrition and social/emotional aspects of every stage in weight loss. I will provide you with a sense of calm, confidence and connection as you learn to better engage with your lifestyle so you can all enjoy losing weight and staying natually lean and strong.

During our time together, we will work on practical ways to make healthy choices, avoid unhealthy patterns and build a trusting, secure relationship with your body. You’ll be amazed at the transformation that happens in your health.

You can schedule your free consultation today to go over your options.

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Semaglutide is here
After 20 years of working in the weight loss industry, I can tell you that this is the first nonsurgical treatment that I've seen that will help you lose weight quickly.  Most of my patients lose 4-6 pounds per month, even on the lowest starting doses. 
Dr. Mary Clifton, MD
Internal Medicine
Dr. Mary has practiced Internal Medicine for 20 years. A two-time bestselling author and entreprener, Dr. Mary has worked with weight loss programs and also supported patients with drugs like contrave, plenity, and surgical weight loss options. 
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Frequently Asked Questions
How is Semaglutide prescribed?

Typically, the medication is dosed as weekly injections with increases monthly with the following dose pattern:  0.25mg SQ weekly for 1 month, 0.5mg SQ weekly for 1 month, 1mg SQ weekly for 1 month, 1.75mg weekly for 1 month then 2.5mg weekly thereafter.  

How do I Inject Semaglutide?
Inject this medication under the skin in the thigh, abdomen, or upper arm as directed by your doctor, usually once every 7 days.  The dosage is based on your medical condition and response to treatment. To reduce your risk of side effects, your doctor may direct you to start this medication at a low dose and gradually increase your dose.  This medication may be used with or without meals.  Alternate subcutaneous injection sites weekly to minimize tissue damage to the area.
 What is Semaglutide?
Semaglutide is in a class of medications called incretin mimetics.  It helps the pancreas to release the right amount of insulin when blood sugar levels are high.  It is a similar molecule to what our bodies make, called a GLP-1 analog. It also targets areas in the brain that regulate appetite and food intake.  Semaglutide improves body composition by helping patients lose weight and reduce excess fat, including stubborn belly fat.

What are the side effects of Semaglutide?

Side effects include swelling/redness/itching at the injection site, tiredness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation can occur.  Nausea usually lessens as you continue to use semaglutide.  If any of these effects last or get worse, tell your doctor or pharmacist promptly.  An allergic reaction is rare but get medical help immediately if you notice rash, itching, swelling (especially of the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness or trouble breathing.  The risk of serious side effects increases in patients with hypoglycemia, kidney problems, and risk of allergic reactions.  Note:  The 1mg/mL of Cyanocobalamin added to reduce nausea side effects. This is not a complete list of side effects, contact your doctor or pharmacist if you experience any abnormal effects of this medication.  Note:  There is a risk of Thyroid C−Cell tumors.   If you or any family members have been diagnosed with Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Syndrome Type 2 or Medullary thyroid cancer you should not take Semaglutide. If you have ever had pancreatitis consult with your medical provider as using Semaglutide can increase the risk of developing pancreatitis.
How Does Semaglutide Work?

 Semaglutide works in the following ways:  Semaglutide delays how quickly our stomachs digest food, leading to a feeling of fullness and satisfaction with smaller meal sizes.  The medication slows intestinal motility so you will feel fuller longer after meals. It lowers blood sugars, in part by reducing the production of sugar in the liver and stimulates insulin secretion by the pancreas.
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