Lose Weight and Keep it Off with Wegovy and Ozempic
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The Revolutionary Weight Loss Treatments That Help You Achieve Your Goals
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Wegovy and Ozempic are innovative weight loss treatments that incorporate the latest scientific research. The medication is formulated to help you achieve your weight loss goals and maintain them over time, so you can enjoy a healthier and happier life. With proven safety and effectiveness, Wegovy and Ozempic have been demonstrated to be more effective than other weight loss programs.
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Achieve Your Weight Loss Goals with Wegovy and Ozempic
Clinical Studies: Wegovy and Ozempic are proven to be effective.
✓ In a 68-week study, adults lost an average of 35 lbs (15% body weight) with Wegovy.
✓ Wegovy users had a higher success rate in weight loss, with 83% losing 5% or more weight compared to 31% with a placebo.
✓ Nearly half of the users (48%) lost 15% or more weight, compared to just 5% with a placebo.
✓ In the STEP 1 trial, individuals with obesity lost an average of 15.3% of their body weight with Ozempic compared to 2.6% in the placebo group.
✓ In the STEP 2 trial, individuals with type 2 diabetes lost an average of 9.6% of their body weight with Ozempic compared to 3.4% in the placebo group.
Learn More About the Clinical Studies
Wygovy: Results are from a 68-week medical study of adults with obesity (BMI ≥30) and adults with excess weight (BMI ≥27) who also had weight-related medical problems including high blood pressure or high cholesterol. People with type 2 diabetes were excluded.
Both groups received instruction for a reduced-calorie meal plan and increased physical activity. 7% of people taking Wegovy® (92 people) left the medical study due to side effects, compared to 3.1% of people taking a placebo (20 people).
Ozempic: Several clinical studies have been conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of Ozempic for weight loss in individuals with or without type 2 diabetes. One of the largest and most well-known studies was the STEP program, which consisted of four randomized controlled trials that evaluated the safety and efficacy of Ozempic for weight management. The results of these trials showed that Ozempic was effective in promoting significant weight loss in individuals with or without type 2 diabetes.
In the STEP 1 trial, individuals with obesity who were treated with Ozempic lost an average of 15.3% of their body weight, compared to 2.6% in the placebo group, after 68 weeks of treatment. Similarly, in the STEP 2 trial, individuals with type 2 diabetes who were treated with Ozempic lost an average of 9.6% of their body weight, compared to 3.4% in the placebo group, after 68 weeks of treatment.
Overall, the clinical study results for Ozempic on weight loss are promising, suggesting that it is an effective option for individuals with or without type 2 diabetes who are looking to lose weight.
How safe is it?Plenity has been shown in a clinical study to have a proven safety profile and is as well-tolerated as a placebo (a capsule with inactive ingredients).
Is it natural?Plenity is made from two naturally derived building blocks—cellulose (found in fruits and vegetables) and citric acid (naturally found in citrus fruits).
How long can I take it?Plenity is not habit-forming or addictive and there is no restriction on how long it can be used.
Are there any side effects?In clinical studies there was no difference in overall side effects compared to placebo. The most common side effects were diarrhea, distended abdomen, infrequent bowel movements, and flatulence.