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Sermorelin: Increases Wound Healing, Decreases Body Fat, Increase Lean Muscle

Sermorelin is a growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) peptide that stimulates the patient’s own pituitary gland by binding to specific receptors to increase production and secretion of GH. Sermorelin does not bypass the pituitary-GH axis, therefore allowing control of IGF-1 fluctuating levels as needed to preserve optimal health.

Sermorelin and promotes slow wave sleep (stage III) by increasing GH release at night – the most important of the cycles of growth hormone release. GHRHs are pleotropic –which means they are capable of simultaneously producing more than one effect or benefit. Additional benefits include significant reduction of the inflammatory response, cardio protective, promotes wound healing and improved immune system function.

B-12 with Semaglutide

This B vitamin has also demonstrated a reduction in nausea when combined with semaglutide. Additionally, It helps the body synthesize serotonin and norepinephrine, which boosts mood and may help discourage overeating. It also supports healthy immune system function and glucose regulation. Vitamin B6 makes carbohydrate metabolism more effective, which can keep the body from holding onto fat.

B-6 with Semaglutide

While most people have no problem taking in a sufficient amount of B-12 in their diet (except strict Vegans), there are many common medications that hinder a person from absorbing B-12. Some of these meds: Colchicine, Metformin, Vitamin C and PPI's (Omeprazole/Prilosec, Prevacid, Protonix). B-12 has also reported to reduce nausea when combined with semaglutide. 

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