Saguaro Medical Weight Control is proud to introduce REVOLUTIONARY
weight loss programs!
Our program challenges conventional wisdom about weight loss and views excessive weight as a medical condition requiring medical attention. This program has been researched since 1980 and involves the use of FDA approved medications – which are all fully endorsed. Most people have little or no side effects. They actually enhance the body’s natural inclination to lose weight and healthy.
The following appetite suppressants and medications are approved for weight loss in conjunction with a nutritional program and exercise. They are endorsed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In or order for the program and medications to be effective, you must follow a reduced-calorie diet and exercise a minimum of three times per week in conjunction with the medication. In addition, to maintain your weight loss and prevent future weight gain, the changes that you made in your diet and consistent exercise must be continued after the weight has been lost.
Phentermine (15mg, 37.5mg)
Phendimetrazine (35 mg)
Hydrochlorathiazide 25mg (Hctz)
Diuretic hydrochlorothiazide is designed to help eliminate excess fluid retention and swelling. It can also treat high blood pressure.
Patients who are currently taking HCTZ will not qualify for a prescription water pill.
Hcg (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)
HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, which is a natural hormone that activates the hypothalamus gland and causes your body to use your stored fat for energy. This all-natural hormone is safe and effective for weight loss, with no stimulants to make you feel nervous or jittery.
HCG targets the adipose fat (stubborn fat), so patients can lose from 15 up to 25 lbs in a month with a low calorie diet.
Works fast & naturally reduces hunger.
Available in insulin injections.
Semaglutide is an injectable glucagon-like peptide -1 (GLP-1) agonist incretin hormone that plays a role in your appetite and digestion. Incretins - hormones released by your digestive tract - are sent out by your body after you've eaten a meal. They help to lower your blood sugar by triggering insulin release and blocking sugar production. They also slow down how quickly food leaves your stomach (called gastric emptying)