OBEGLUTIDE© Mechanism of Action

OBEGLUTIDE©, a scientifically optimized pharmaceutical formulation, provides precise control over the modulation of the incretin system. This strategic approach enhances nutrient absorption, catalyzes the conversion of fats into energy, and precisely regulates caloric intake. Beyond its metabolic influence, OBEGLUTIDE© effectively impacts energy production, reduces visceral fat, and plays a fundamental role in modulating glycogen for increased satiety. Additionally, as a precursor to serotonin, it regulates mood and appetite, contributing simultaneously to the reduction of cortisol levels.
It is crucial to emphasize that the formulation of Obeglutide has been meticulously designed, prioritizing both efficacy and safety. The careful selection of high-quality ingredients supports effective results without generating adverse side effects. User safety is paramount, supported by the scientific approach and the quality of components in OBEGLUTIDE©.

Incretin-like mechanism of action.

INGREDIENT 1 increases the levels of GLP-1 and CCK as part of the incretin system. It absorbs glucose, carbohydrates and fats. It reduces the calories by transforming fat into energy. Its satiating effect will also prevent from snacking between meals.

Increase energy levels.

INGREDIENT 2 acts as a specific transporter of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria. Where beta-oxidation takes place, this being the main source of energy for cardiac and skeletal muscle. Burns visceral fat, enhancing the body’s energy production.

Increase glycogen production and storage

INGREDIENT 3 produces an increase in glycogen production and storage. This influences glucoreceptors located in the liver, which can induce satiety via the vagus nerve, which could translate into reduced appetite. Action of hydro and citric acid that is related to a reduction in body weight due to its satiating effect that inhibits the biosynthesis of lipid components of hydro and citric acid.

Increases serotonin levels

INGREDIENT 4, as a direct precursor of serotonin, intervenes in the functioning of the brain and nerves, playing a role in regulating mood, anxiety and hunger.