Can I Buy LDN Boost?
Approved patients can buy LDN Boost after consulting with the doctor via an online Telewellness visit. After the prescription is approved, the pharmacy will send the medication directly to your door.
Do we offer LDN Boost as part of a treatment plan?
Reduces feelings of stress and anxiety
Regulates appetite and improves self-control
Promotes feelings of social connection and trust
How Does LDN Boost Work?
LDN Boost Combines Naltrexone, Oxytocin, and Vitamin B12 to Support Your Weight Loss Efforts
Oxytocin and naltrexone both help modulate appetite and reduce cravings by acting on receptors in the brain. People who are vitamin B12-deficient have low energy and depressed moods. Restoring vitamin B12 levels to a healthy range can improve energy levels.
Oxytocin Modulates Appetite and Reduces Food Cravings
Researchers are investigating the role of oxytocin in reducing food intake and decreasing impulsive behavior. Studies show that oxytocin reduces caloric consumption and is involved in several eating behaviors. Oxytocin seems to respond to signals from the gastrointestinal tract and energy stores. It acts on reward, homeostasis, and control systems in the brain to reduce calorie intake, especially for more palatable foods.
Clinical studies also show that oxytocin increases fat breakdown, which induces weight loss separately from its effect on calorie intake. More clinical trials are underway to further explore oxytocin’s weight loss benefits.
In animal studies, oxytocin also seems to reverse declines in muscle strength and mass associated with aging in both men and women. These findings are exciting for their potential anti-aging benefits.
Vitamin B12 Is Important in Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism and Red Blood Cell Function
B12 is essential for growth, cellular reproduction, blood formation, neurological function, DNA and protein synthesis, among other things. B12 also aids in red blood cell production and metabolizing carbohydrates. Efficiently metabolizing carbohydrates and producing red blood cells that optimally carry oxygen to hard-working muscle and brain tissue boosts your overall energy and mental clarity.
Low-dose naltrexone helps with weight loss by targeting insulin resistance, restoring growth hormone levels, modulating appetite, improving sleep patterns, and optimizing thyroid hormone.
- Insulin resistance is when the body cannot effectively convert carbohydrates into energy.
- Low-dose naltrexone may help restore growth hormone to physiological levels.
- Low-dose naltrexone helps you resist cravings for unhealthy foods.
- Sleep and weight loss are interconnected. Poor sleep causes fatigue, low energy, and lower motivation to exercise and resist unhealthy food choices. Weight gain can increase the risk of sleep apnea, which alters sleeping patterns.
- Low-dose naltrexone may help optimize thyroid function.
Benefits of LDN Boost
- Reduces Anxiety
- Increases Social Bonding
- Strengthens Feelings of Connectiveness
- Modulates Appetite
- Improves Lipid Metabolism
- Improves Mood
- Promotes More Restful Sleep
- Increases Energy
- Decreases Cravings
- Increases Satiety
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What is LDN Boost used for?
You should avoid LDN Boost if you are/have:
- Kidney or liver disease
- Iron or folic acid deficiency
- High blood pressure
- Heart problems
- An eating disorder
What are the side effects of LDN Boost?
- Skin rash
- Stomach ache
- Joint or muscle pain
- Nausea or vomiting
- Pain with urination
- Chest pain or pounding heartbeat
- The effects of oxytocin on eating behaviour and metabolism in humanshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5868755/
- Low Vitamin B12 and Lipid Metabolism: Evidence from Pre-Clinical and Clinical Studieshttps://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/12/7/1925
- A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of B Vitamin Supplementation on Depressive Symptoms, Anxiety, and Stress: Effects on Healthy and ‘At-Risk’ Individualshttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6770181/
- The Uses of Low-Dose Naltrexone in Clinical Practicehttps://www.naturalmedicinejournal.com/journal/uses-low-dose-naltrexone-clinical-practice