GLP-1 medications work for weight loss

Some call them miracle drugs. We consider them a safe and effective way to kickstart weight loss when nothing else has worked. Weight gain is not a failure of willpower; it’s driven by biology.

Why GLP-1 medications?

Fad diets don’t work. GLP-1 medications do. Clinically proven and FDA approved, GLP-1 medications safely counteract the key genetic, behavioral, and environmental factors that keep people from losing weight.

They work with your biology, not against it, to shift your body’s set point, improve digestion, regulate blood sugar, and reduce inflammation, so you can focus on making lifestyle changes that last.

How do GLP-1 medications work?

Reduce cravings

By mimicking the gut-derived hormone, GLP-1, these medications decrease the activation of the brain’s reward system from eating.

Lower blood sugar

When blood sugar increases after eating, these drugs cause the body to produce more insulin. The extra insulin helps lower glucose levels.

Limit fat absorption

When GLP-1 levels are increased, the production of glucagon is reduced, which leads to a reduction in fat accumulation in the liver. 

Feel more full

The passage of food from the stomach into the small intestine is slowed by GLP-1 medications, helping you feel fuller faster and longer after eating.

The GLP-1 medications prescribed by Robin’s physician partners

Your body is unique. Your treatment should be, too. Robin’s physician partners take into consideration your age, goals, coexisting conditions, and dosing preference to create a personalized medication plan that will bring you the results you want. 

The Robin program provides lifestyle guidance and information to support your weight loss journey via coaching and educational content. Robin does not provide medical advice or treatment in the One Drop app and may not be used to manage your medication. If you have any questions or concerns about your medication or other medical issues, you should contact your OpenLoop or other healthcare provider.

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