Appetite Suppressant Therapy

An appetite suppressant promotes weight loss by tricking the body into believing that it is not hungry or that it is full. It decreases appetite and stimulates energy levels by increasing catecholamines - brain chemicals that affect mood and appetite.

Appetite Suppressants are not recommended for long-term use. It is important for patients who are enrolled in this program to learn new eating habits and to exercise while the medication is still effective. This new lifestyle can be continued after medical therapy, to keep losing weight and also keep the pounds from returning again.

Appetite Suppressant therapy can be combined with a variety of Weight Loss Plans like Weight Watchers and Nutri-system or even a Natural Supplement plan or the MODIFIED Medical hCG Plan. The choice and duration of Appetite Suppressant therapy is based on each patient's unique needs and pre-existing conditions. Dr. Barreto takes into consideration the latest trends in the use of these medications in the Bariatric Medicine community, and offers these to appropriate patients. 

Our Clinic provides everything you need from Day 1, to ensure that your weight loss journey is successful.

The Fit4Me Appetite Suppressant Therapy Program Includes:

  • A thorough medical screening, physical examination, blood analysis and EKG.

  • Customized Diet & Exercise Plan developed by Dr. Barreto.

  • Prescription medication for daily dosing.

  • MANDATORY monthly follow-up visits for weigh-ins, progress monitoring, and coaching/counseling via  Behavioral Modification to keep you focused on your goal.

  • Optional use of Fit4Me Dietary Supplements
 
The duration of our program depends on the amount of weight you need to lose. You are encouraged to continue healthy eating habits and regular exercise following the initial program to maintain your new weight.

For more information please contact 405 749 0900.
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Disclaimer: Although most side effects of prescription medications for obesity are mild, serious complications have been reported. Also, few studies have evaluated the long-term safety or effectiveness of weight-loss medications. Weight-loss medications should always be combined with a program of healthy eating and regular physical activity. 

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