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Weight Loss and Anti-Aging with Ipamorelin

Your body’s growth hormones play an important role in fat loss, helping to accelerate lipolysis (the process of breaking down fat lipids). Unfortunately, growth hormone levels reach their peak in our twenties and begin to gradually decrease with age. Whether you have a growth hormone deficiency or you want to speed up the weight loss process, you can rely on growth hormone peptides like SermorelinGHRP2GHRP6, and Ipamorelin to support your long-term health goals.

Originally developed by the Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk for the treatment of intestinal paralysis, Ipamorelin eventually came into use as a popular drug for weight loss. Like other growth hormone peptides, Ipamorelin increases your body’s growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) production, which in turn encourages your pituitary gland to increase human growth hormone output. With an increase in growth hormones, patients lose weight faster, increase lean muscle mass, and slow the aging process.

The Benefits of Using Ipamorelin

Ipamorelin stimulates the releases of growth hormones in a way that mimics your body’s natural process, setting it apart from other GH peptides used for weight loss. Stimulation is more selective, so patients experience more benefits with fewer side effects. In conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise routine, Ipamorelin produces the following health benefits:

  • Fat Loss: Ipamorelin accelerates growth hormone levels needed for lipolysis.
  • Increased Lean Muscle Mass: Ipamorelin increases your body’s lean muscle mass, helping you get strong and toned. Added muscle mass also increases your metabolism, allowing you to lose weight quickly.
  • Slowed Aging Process: Ipamorelin stimulates the liver to produce IGF-1, which helps create more body tissues and regenerate bone tissue. Strong bones, joints, and connective tissues help prevent fracture and physical wear. This GH peptide can also improve sleep, energy, mood, immune function, and body composition.

Ipamorelin Side Effects

Ipamorelin side effects commonly include headaches and lightheadedness, but these are usually mild. Side effects depend on the individual’s activity levels, prescribed dosage, and other drugs they might be taking. Make sure to consult one of Diet Doc’s weight loss coaches before taking Ipamorelin to discuss potential side effects and drug interactions so you stay safe and happy while working toward your target weight.

While results vary from person to person, Diet Doc believes Ipamorelin can be a safe and effective weight loss drug. When used in combination with a healthy diet and moderate exercise routine, patients can expect to see great results in a couple of weeks or several months down the road.

Ready to Give Ipamorelin a Try?

Diet Doc’s certified medical weight loss doctors can help you discover the benefits of Ipamorelin as part of a personalized medical weight loss plan. It’s easy to get started with a Diet Doc medical weight loss plan—just call or send us some information to schedule a virtual or phone evaluation with a doctor. We’ll build your personalized weight loss program and put your medication in the mail the same day so you can start losing weight as soon as possible. You’ll need a prescription from one of our doctors before using Ipamorelin, and we require that you take a baseline and semiannual IGF1 lab test to ensure that your levels are low enough (and don’t become too high) before and during treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to use Ipamorelin

Many patients take 200-300 micrograms of Ipamorelin for eight to twelve weeks at a time to speed up fat loss. Ipamorelin can also be used long-term (six to twelve months) to achieve a more youthful and energetic state. Ipamorelin is injected into the body.

When to take Ipamorelin

It’s best to take your recommended dose at the same time every day. You should start with a smaller dose if you’re a first-time user. One of our doctors will prescribe your ideal Ipamorelin dose.

How to mix Ipamorelin

With the larger mixing syringe, draw the provided bacteriostatic water up to the correct mark on the syringe. Slowly add the bacteriostatic water to the Ipamorelin vial, swirling the vial to dissolve the Ipamorelin (do not shake the vial). The Ipamorelin is now ready to be injected.

How long does it take for Ipamorelin to work?

Patients tend to see results within several weeks. It may take three to six months to increase muscle mass, reduce body fat, increase bone density, and increase energy levels. 

Is Ipamorelin legal?

Patients can legally buy Ipamorelin from Diet Doc and obtain a prescription from one of our doctors.

Is Ipamorelin safe?

Ipamorelin is a safe and highly effective weight loss drug when taken as instructed by one of our professional weight loss coaches.  

Disclaimer: The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.


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