Weight Loss

Low Testosterone Specialist located in Fairfield, CT

Weight Loss

Weight Loss services offered in Fairfield, CT

Enroll in medically supervised weight loss if you’re tired of trying to shed pounds on your own. At New England Low-T Center, with offices in Fairfield and Southbury, Connecticut, the team of men’s health specialists and hormone optimization experts specialize in medically supervised weight loss. The clinic offers affordable access to semaglutide, a medication that may help you achieve a healthier weight. Call the nearest office to request a weight loss consultation, or book one online today.

Weight Loss Q & A

What is medically supervised weight loss?

Medically supervised weight loss combines healthy lifestyle changes and prescription medication to help you shed pounds and live a healthier, more active lifestyle.

At New England Low-T Center, the team offers medically supervised weight loss with semaglutide that’s sourced from highly reputable, American-based manufacturers. Originally developed to help people with type 2 diabetes manage their blood sugar, semaglutide may also help people without diabetes lose weight.

What does medically supervised weight loss involve?

At New England Low-T Center, medically supervised weight loss involves several things, including:

Nutrition guidance

Maintaining your ideal weight requires a commitment to healthy living. You won’t necessarily need to go on a diet, but it’s important to eat snacks and meals that complement your weight loss efforts. Typically, the team emphasizes a balance of fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains.

Exercise recommendations

Everyone benefits from exercise. Staying active burns calories, builds muscle, and helps you age more gracefully. The team at New England Low-T Center can recommend exercises that align with your age, health, preferences, and physical capabilities.

Semaglutide injections

Semaglutide is an injectable medication designed to help control blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. It’s in a class of drugs called glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) agonists. These medicines lower your blood sugar levels after eating but can also help you feel fuller for longer, so you don’t need to eat as much.

Research shows that semaglutide injections can also benefit people without diabetes when a qualified medical professional administers the treatment.

Is semaglutide a stimulant?

No. Semaglutide is not a stimulant like phentermine and affects your body differently.

First, semaglutide slows down how long it takes for your stomach to digest and process food. Second, it causes your pancreas to release more insulin, blocking the production of the hormone glucagon. Combined, these factors make you feel less hungry and increase your body’s metabolism.

When will I experience results from medically supervised weight loss?

The time that medically supervised weight loss depends on your age, health history, and commitment to the team’s treatment plan. Most people experience noticeable results within five months (20 weeks), but it may take 10 months or even longer.* Be patient, attend your checkups, and follow the team’s instructions.

Call the nearest New England Low-T Center office to request a weight loss consultation, or book one online today.

*Individual results vary.

Our Services

Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Testosterone Restoration Therapy
Erectile Dysfunction Therapy
Men's Sexual Health
Injectable Vitamin Therapy
Peptide Therapy
Weight Loss