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Welcome to our platform for education and guidance on FDA-approved weight loss medications. Learn about their effectiveness and mechanisms, while being mindful of potential side effects. Prioritize health by consulting a doctor, undergoing tests like blood work, and personalizing doses. These meds offer short-term results with monitored side effects, boosted by a healthy diet. Remember, suitability varies, doctors decide, and trust our reliable info to avoid scams.

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Semaglutide (Wegovy):

Mechanism: Mimics a natural hormone to reduce hunger and increase fullness, helping you eat less

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SmarLiraglutide (Saxenda, Victoza): 

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Mechanism: Makes you feel full and helps control appetite by acting like a hormone in your gut.

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Orlistat (Alli, Xenical)

Mechanism: Blocks the absorption of some fats in your food, leading to reduced calorie intake.

Mechanism: Combines an appetite suppressant with a medication that affects brain activity to reduce food intake.

Mechanism: Targets areas in your brain that control appetite and reward, helping reduce cravings and overeating.

Mechanism: Helps manage appetite and cravings by impacting brain pathways related to addiction and reward.

Mechanism: Acts as an appetite suppressant by stimulating your nervous system

Mechanism: Curbs your appetite by affecting certain brain chemicals.

Mechanism: Works on brain receptors to help you feel full and satisfied with less food.

Mechanism: Similar to the first entry, it helps control appetite by mimicking a gut hormone.

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