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Are you tired of feeling self-conscious about your weight? Do you want to shed those extra pounds and feel confident in your own skin? Look no further! Alacrity weight loss program can help you achieve your goals and transform your life.

Our approach is based on science-backed principles of healthy eating, active living with medication assistance. We focus on building sustainable habits that will help you maintain your weight loss for the long term.

Join our weight loss program today and start your journey towards a healthier, happier you. You deserve to feel confident and proud of your body. Let us help you get there.

 We offer different programs from month-month subscription to a three-month weight loss subscription program.

There is a 10% discount when subscription is paid upfront in full.

During this time, you will receive personalized support and guidance from our team to help you achieve your weight loss goals. 

You may continue the program after the initial 3 month subscription.

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What is GLP-1 & how does it help with weight loss?

It's a compounded Glucagon-like peptide modeled after semaglutide. It's produced by the gut and targets areas of the brain that regulate appetite and food intake. It increases insulin production, a hormone that lowers the blood sugar levels while preventing glucagon secretion, which is a hormone that raises blood sugar, and reduces appetite and energy intake.


GLP-1 acts as an appetite suppressant, limits how quickly your stomach empties food and keeps you feeling fuller, longer. This can help you limit your overall calorie consumption, aiding in weight loss. 

This weekly injection has helped people lose up to 15% of their weight!


  • Reduces food intake by reducing appetite.

  • Slows food digestion in the stomach.

  • Decreases body fat percentage.

  • Increases weight loss.

  • Decreases cardiovascular outcomes in patients with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

  • Lowers HbA1c levels. 

  • Enhances the growth of β cells in the pancreas. 

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