What is Medical Weight Loss?

Finding the Low T Treatment That’s Right For You

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Low Testosterone and Weight Loss

In men, weight gain is one of the most common symptoms of Low Testosterone (Low T). If you’re feeling tired all the time, not performing well in the bedroom, don’t have the strength and endurance you used to, and keep asking yourself, “how can I lose weight? “ you could be suffering from Low T.

Healthy Weight Loss = Healthy Life

As we age, testosterone production can decrease dramatically leaving us feeling older than our years. This condition is sometimes referred to Andropause, or male menopause, and can lead to a host of undesirable symptoms including an increase in body fat, especially around the waist. In addition, low testosterone can lead to serious medical conditions that are exacerbated by excess body fat. In a recent WebMD article on low testosterone a noted urologist at Oregon Health and Science University said, “A lot of the symptoms are mirrored by other medical problems, and for a long time, we were not attributing them to low testosterone, but to diabetes, depression, high blood pressure, and coronary artery disease. We recognize now that low testosterone may be at the root of these problems.”

Adipex (Phentermine) Weight Loss

Appetite suppressants affect the appetite-regulating region of the brain called the hypothalamus. They work by blocking the re-uptake of the chemical’s serotonin and norepinephrine, which create that feeling of satiety received after eating a big meal. With more of these chemicals circulating in the brain, a feeling of fullness can occur. Appetite suppressants are the cornerstone of the pharmacological approach to treating obesity.

Phentermine is a tried and true appetite suppressant with decades of proven safety and efficacy when used as directed by a physician. Adipex is a common brand name of Oral Phentermine Hydrochloride, and can be a powerful addition to your weight loss program. We can assess whether phentermine treatment is the right option for you, possibly in combination with Testosterone Therapy (TRT)/Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT).

Armour Thyroid

Hypothyroidism is a state in which the thyroid gland does not produce enough of the two thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones influence the growth and maturation of tissues, increase energy expenditure, and affect the turnover of essentially all substrates. Signs and symptoms of Hypothyroidism:

•Elevated blood cholesterol level, slowed heart rate
•Pain, stiffness or swelling in your joints, muscle aches, fatigue
•Heavier than normal or irregular menstrual periods
•Thinning hair, hoarseness, constipation
•Depression, Impaired memory
•Unexplained weight gain, puffy face, dry skin

Armour thyroid contains both levothyroxine and liothyronine; these two hormones possess all the actions of endogenous thyroid hormones. The combination of the two bio-identical hormones help balance your thyroid production without stimulating your thyroid to stop working.

Lipotropic Injections

Lipotropic Injections, are used to help release fat throughout the body by specifically targeting its primary fatty deposits. Lipotropic, or fat burning substances include: inositol, which helps the liver remove fat; choline, which distributes cholesterol and prevents it from getting deposited in one part of the body; and methionine, which is similar to inositol, but also amplifies the combination. Injections can be administered up to twice a week, and vitamin B-12 is purported by practitioners and users to help accelerate metabolic processes, while creating a greater feeling of overall energy. Since lipotropics directly aid in the breakdown of fatty tissue, and are also closely related to B vitamins, when used together, they are thought to intensify each other’s effects and are usually injected together as part of the same treatment injection cycle.


Sermorelin acetate is a synthetic analog of naturally occurring Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone (GHRH). GHRH is produced in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus from which it is released into blood vessels that carry it to the pituitary gland. Once there, it stimulates production and secretion of growth hormone (GH) which is necessary for growth and development during childhood, as well as for maintenance of normal body composition and metabolism in adults. When GH concentrations are low, deficiency causes poor growth, inadequate muscle and bone development, as well as increased risk for development of intrinsic diseases such as diabetes and other pathologies. Such deficiencies can be opposed by administration of sermorelin which stimulates the pituitary gland to increase output of GH and thereby elevate and restore its serum concentrations to normal levels.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Among many signs and symptoms of TRT two of the primary measures/symptoms physicians use to aid in their physical diagnosis of low testosterone are the recent significant decrease in muscle mass and inversely increased body fat. By increasing your testosterone levels it may promote 30% weight loss and increase muscle gain.

Finding the Low T Treatment That’s Right For You

So, why suffer another a day, when you can do something about it? Fill out the form above for a no obligation consultation and find out which solution is right for you.