Rumours have been spreading across the internet of a new ‘gamechanger’ appetite suppressing injection that has produced incredible results in only 3 months of usage.
Who uses Ozempic?
Ozempic was formulated to help those with type 2 diabetes initially, by reducing blood sugar and encouraging success with the help of a diet and exercise plan. It is made up of a medication called semaglutide provided in the form of an injection pen. Once every seven days Ozempic is administered so that the semaglutide can imitate GLP1 (Glucagon – like peptide -1), a naturally occurring hormone created in the intestines.
GLP1 is created after a person consumes a meal, and its job is to stimulate the feeling of being full and satisfied to prevent overeating. For diabetics, this ensures blood sugar levels and insulin production is regulated which can considerably improve overall health in type 2 diabetics.
However, if a person is overweight or obese and doesn’t have type 2 diabetes, their larger appetites may have contributed to a delay in the release of GLP1, meaning their calorie consumption is larger as it takes longer to feel full. That’s why Ozempic has been rolled out further, so that non-diabetics can take it for successful weight loss.
I’m not diabetic, can I use Ozempic?
A once weekly injection of Ozempic has been clinically proven to be safe and effective as a weight loss option for both women and men. For those with BMI’s of over 30, this Slimming Pen available through Bodyline, will allow sustainable weight loss to get users back to their optimal weight and health levels.
By manually injecting semaglutide, one can reduce the number of calories consumed throughout the day as the full feeling will come much earlier. However, the fantastic pen also works on the appetite centre of our brain, sending signals around the body that cause lower hunger levels and a feeling of being full for longer after meals.
It has also said to have been used by several high-profile celebrities in their weight loss journey, and its results have gone viral all-over social media. One look on the video app TikTok shows 320 million results for the hashtag #Ozempic.
Many people experience disappointment after disappointment with their weight loss journeys, when dieting and exercising hasn’t worked for them. There are many reasons for this, but most commonly it is a person’s metabolism, genetics, and pre-existing health and hormonal conditions that can stymie weight loss ambitions.
How long does it take for Ozempic to work?
The length of time that a user will start to see results using the Ozempic slimming injection pen can vary from person to person. Generally, it takes a week or two for the weight to begin decreasing, but once it starts dropping off users see quick results, with the potential to lose a stone in the first month!
Our medical weight loss programmes are designed to aid in sustained, regular weight loss, to help clients reach their weight loss goals. We have over 15 years of experience and have helped more than 40,000 people reach their healthy goal weight thanks to our expert weight loss support.
What is the average weight loss with Ozempic?
Studies on Ozempic’s efficacy display great success in its use for weight loss, with one trial showing the average user lost 15.3kg – almost 3 stone. Research shows Ozempic sees a loss of 5-10% of the user’s body weight, and this can be achieved when administered within a supportive, guided diet and exercise plan with Bodyline Clinic.
The support of experienced clinicians and nurses along a medical weight loss journey is incredibly beneficial in a person’s success with Ozempic. This popular weight loss injection is available from Bodyline, a CQC registered clinic. Our programme will help you control cravings, improve habits and create a healthy relationship with food, seeing it as nourishment as opposed to a tool for binging.Call our weight loss customer service specialists on 0800 995 6036 or complete the on-line form for a call back to find out how Ozempic could help you reach your weight loss goals.