“Why has Semaglutide stopped working for me?!” On this episode of HealthiHer we answer a question we hear from people that have been prescribed the popular weight loss medication without proper medical guidance. Join host Dr. Amy Brenner and esteemed wellness expert Kylie Winter as they delve into the intriguing topic of why compounded Semaglutide, a promising medication for weight loss, may cease to yield results for some individuals. Despite its initial effectiveness, many patients can experience a plateau or reversal in progress over time.
Our experts dissect the multifaceted reasons behind this phenomenon, exploring the intricate interplay between biological mechanisms and behavioral factors. While Semaglutide offers a powerful tool in the battle against weight gain, they assert that relying solely on medication may not be the final solution for sustainable weight loss.
Drawing from their extensive expertise, Dr. Brenner and Kylie emphasize the crucial role of cultivating healthy habits alongside pharmacological interventions. From mindful eating to regular exercise, they advocate for a holistic approach that addresses the root causes of weight gain and empowers individuals to reclaim control over their health.
Tune in as they share practical strategies and actionable insights for integrating Semaglutide into a comprehensive wellness plan, ensuring long-term success and fulfillment on the journey to a healthier lifestyle. Whether you’re a healthcare professional or someone navigating their weight loss journey, this episode promises invaluable guidance and inspiration.
Don’t miss out on this enlightening conversation that promises to unlock the secrets to sustainable weight loss and debunk the myth of “Semaglutide stopped working.” Join us as we embark on a transformative journey toward optimal health and well-being.
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Special thanks to our guest, Kylie Winter!
Kylie Winter is a wellness coach at Amy Brenner MD and Associates. Everyday Kylie is helping patients navigate weight loss and wellness through adaptable habits to help achieve long term success. Kylie is a board-certified holistic health coach with a Master’s degree in clinical psychology, specializing in cognitive behavioral coaching techniques. She also holds board certification in integrative nutrition, a certification she pursued after receiving a diagnosis of Celiac disease. Kylie’s personal health journey inspired her to turn her passion into a mission to help others. Her goal is to assist frustrated individuals struggling with their health in finding joy and relief by guiding them to establish nourishing practices that create a space for healing and growth within their bodies.