Tirzepatide Weight Loss
Tirzepatide is an injectable diabetic medication. It is given weekly. This medicine treats two issues simultaneously, unlike others.
The target audience is type 2 diabetics, but weight loss is achievable off-label. Tirzepatide works well with a healthy diet and exercise.
How does Tirzepatide work?
Tirzepatide works by activating GLP-1 and GIP receptors. Controlling appetite and blood sugar requires these receptors. After eating, the body releases GLP-1 and GIP. They lower blood sugar by signaling the brain to lessen appetite and increase fullness.
As an agonist, it activates GLP-1 and GIP receptors greater than hormones. Tirzepatide promotes insulin secretion, reduces blood sugar, and increases satiety to help lose weight.
How often should Tirzepatide be taken?
- Month One: 2.5 mg Weekly
- Month Two: take 5mg once weekly
- Month Three: take 7.5 mg once weekly.
- Month Four: 10 mg once a week
- Month Five: take 12.5 mg once weekly.
- Month Six: 15 mg once weekly
Your blood sugar levels will drop almost immediately after you use , but it may take 8 to 12 weeks to meet your A1C goal.