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Why Ozempic Isn't a One-Size-Fits-All Solution (Under the Surface, Health Side Effects SERIES)

Hey, butthole breathers! We're diving into one of the most emotional and controversial topics out there: Ozempic.

First off, let’s get clear: I’m a doctor, but I’m not your doctor.

What we discuss today is just my opinion, which is constantly evolving with new research and discussions with top doctors. So, don’t take this as medical advice. Always consult your own healthcare provider.

Now, Ozempic, a GLP-1 agonist, is often vilified, but there are potential benefits if used correctly. The problem? It’s being mismanaged with insanely high doses.

Peptides like Ozempic have been around for years, used by bodybuilders and athletes for their benefits.

But before you even think about taking it, there are things you need to do first.

  1. Strength Training: Muscle burns fat and helps with pain and joint control. If you’re not moving your body and strength training, you shouldn't be taking Ozempic.

  2. Sunlight and Vitamin D: Getting outside daily is crucial for stress management and insulin regulation. A 5-10 minute walk after meals can do wonders.

  3. Proper Breathing: Mouth breathing and poor stabilization hinder your progress. Focus on nasal breathing to regulate your body's stress response.

  4. Adequate Protein Intake: Protein, especially from sources like beef, is essential for muscle building, fat burning, and overall health.

  5. Sauna Use: Detoxifying your body is key. Whether through steam showers or actual saunas, sweating helps eliminate toxins.

Before going on any medication like Ozempic, you need these foundational practices in place. It’s about creating a balanced lifestyle that supports the medication’s benefits without the high-dose side effects like gastroparesis or “Ozempic face.”

Microdosing is a game-changer. Using tiny doses, in combination with a healthy lifestyle, shows amazing results: lower LDL cholesterol, reduced inflammation, and improved insulin sensitivity.

I've seen clients transform with just a tiny drop of these peptides alongside their strength training, protein intake, and other healthy habits.

Remember, it’s not about finding an easy fix. It’s about making sustainable lifestyle changes that support your health in the long term.

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