IV Wellness weight management protocol is a physician-supervised program designed to help any individual reach his or her specific weight loss goals.
The weight management protocol uses a combination of:
Naltrexone, Sermorelin, Lipo-Trim SL, and low-calorie intake to achieve optimum weight loss results. The protocol may also boost metabolism and help patients lose large amounts of fat, all without feeling hungry.
Our Weight Management Therapy Program includes:
NALTREXONE/ 30 DAY SUPPLY
- Nightly Oral LDN
- Mental clarity
- Enhanced fat burning and weight loss
- Helps reduce feelings of hunger and curbs appetite
- May increase metabolism and improve energy levels.
SERMORELIN/30 DAY SUPPLY
- Nightly Sub Q Injection of Sermorelin
- Stimulates the body’s own growth hormone levels
- Helps restore the body’s natural sleep cycle
- Faster recovery from working out
LIPO-TRIM SL/30 DAY SUPPLY
- Daily Sublingual Oral Spray
- Assists in the reduction of food cravings
- Aids in immune support
- May increase metabolism and improve energy levels
Naltrexone in low doses, also known as Low Dose Naltrexone or LDN:
- May help decrease insulin levels which can improve growth hormone levels in patients. Growth hormone helps the body burn fat and maintain lean muscle mass.
- May help normalize appetite and reduce hunger. In some studies have shown to reduce general inflammation throughout the body.
- Naltrexone may help to “normalize” this mismatch between calories burned and appetite, especially in patients with hormonal imbalances.
Sermorelin Acetate (GHRH) Therapy:
- Sermorelin may stimulate the pituitary to produce more of your own body’s growth hormone. Growth hormone production drops naturally as we age.
- Increased growth hormone can increase the development of lean body mass through the development of new muscle cells
- Higher growth hormone levels may reduce body fat through lipolysis.
- All medications work slightly differently to help the body raise growth hormone levels which support several health benefits, including weight loss