Tirzepatide 10 mg (Mounjaro)

£160

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Tirzepatide (Mounjaro)

1 x 10mg vial 

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USA DOMESTIC 

5-10 DAYS

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Tired of diets and exercise routines that don’t work? It’s time to give tirzepatide (the same peptide as the brand name Mounjaro) a try! Tirzepatide is changing the game when it comes to shedding unwanted pounds and improving overall health. You can experience significant weight loss and improved blood sugar control with just one injection a week.

Tirzepatide is a compound that has been shown to help with weight loss by reducing food intake and increasing feelings of fullness. It works by targeting the gut hormones that regulate appetite and metabolism. Tirzepatide is a GLP-1 receptor agonist, which means that it activates the GLP-1 receptors in the gut and stimulates the release of hormones that signal the brain to reduce food intake and increase feelings of fullness. Research trials have shown that Tirzepatide can lead to significant weight loss in animal models when used in combination with a calorie-controlled diet and increased physical activity.

Advantages:

  • Tirzepatide is a very promising peptide in the fight against obesity and overweight
  • Tirzepatide is a breakthrough agent thanks to which we will lose unnecessary kilograms
  • Tirzepatide effectively suppresses appetite and increases the feeling of satiety
  • Tirzepatide regulates (does not lower) blood glucose levels
  • Tirzepatide increases insulin sensitivity
  • Tirzepatide slows down the digestion of food in the stomach
  • Tirzepatide is able to replace the popular Ozempic (Semaglutide)
  • Tirzepatide is given only once a week!

Tirzepatide can be administered at any time of the day, with or without food.

Peak concentrations of tirzepatide are reached 8 to 72 hours after dosing.

Age, gender and body weight are not relevant to the amount of dose taken.