Lose more
with medication

Treat the root cause with FDA-approved medicine to lose more weight for longer.

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Get healthier
More energy
Results for life
2-3X
better
results
Avg. weight loss
Lifestyle change with medication
10–15%
Diet & exercise only
5%

Our medication plus your dedication

Our Health Repair System pairs real medicine with 1:1 health coaching. It’s 2–3x more effective for long-term weight loss than lifestyle changes alone.

What Kind of Medication?

We prescribe medication based on your current weight, your past medical history, and your insurance coverage.

Medications
Semaglutide
Wegovy
ozempic

Semaglutide is a long-lasting GLP-1 medication which is taken once weekly as an injection.

Liraglutide
Saxenda
Victoza

Liraglutide is a shorter acting GLP-1 medication which is taken daily as an injection.

Tirzepatide
Mounjaro

Once-weekly injection which activates both the GLP-1 and GIP receptors. Highly effective for blood glucose control and weight loss.

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NON GLP-1s

Medications
Phentermine
Topiramate
Qsymia

Phentermine acts on your brain to reduce your appetite. Topiramate acts on your brain to decrease appetite and make you feel fuller when you do eat.

Naltrexone
Bupropion
Contrave

Naltrexone and Bupropion both act on your brain to reduce cravings. Bupropion can also lead to increased energy usage.

Metformin

Metformin is commonly used for diabetes but it can also be used for weight loss and can lead to a reduced appetite.

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Affordable Medication

The medications we prescribe are either cash-pay up to $30 per month or covered by insurance with a copay of $25 per month after the deductible.

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Insurance

$25

/month

Insurance copay, after deductible

glp-1s

Cash

Up To

$30

/month

Cash payment, no insurance

non glp-1s
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FAQ

Why take medication?

Obesity is complex. Far more complex than just "eat less & exercise more". Board-certified obesity doctors regularly prescribe FDA-approved medications, including what are called GLP-1s: glucagon-like peptide-1s. In peer-reviewed research these medications, in combination with lifestyle change, are one of the most effective ways to get to a healthier weight.

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What medications will I be prescribed? Are they FDA-approved?

All medications your specialist doctor will prescribe are FDA-approved, and have been scientifically proven to help with tackling obesity. Our weight loss clinicians prescribe a wide-range of weight loss medications including GLP-1s (glucagon-like peptide-1s), which have been safely used for Type 2 diabetes since 2005. GLP-1s help lower your set point by decreasing hunger, increasing satiety, and regulating hormones. Your specialist clinician works with you here to create the best pathway for you, dependent on your health history and your insurance coverage.

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Is the medication safe?

All medications your specialist clinician will prescribe are FDA-approved, and have been scientifically proven to help with tackling obesity. Our weight loss clinicians prescribe a wide-range of weight loss medications including GLP-1s (glucagon-like peptide-1s), which have been safely used for Type 2 diabetes since 2005. GLP-1s help lower your set point by decreasing hunger, increasing satiety, and regulating hormones. Your specialist doctor works with you here to create the best pathway for you, dependent on your health history and your insurance coverage.

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How does the medication work?

The clinicians prescribe various weight-loss medications, including GLP-1s (glucagon-like peptide-1s), depending on your personal situation. GLP-1s are naturally occurring hormones that send signals to your brain to decrease your appetite, improve your metabolic function, and increase satiety. Research suggests that people who are at a higher weight show reduction in GLP-1 signalling. The medications that the specialist doctors prescribe work on the same receptors as your natural GLP-1 hormones. Originally developed to treat type 2 diabetes, in 2014 the FDA approved the use of a brand of GLP-1s for tackling obesity in people without type 2 diabetes. The medication prescribed by the specialist doctor isn't a short-term fix. But by safely lowering your set point, the GLP-1 medications available today help you reduce your body weight in combination with lifestyle changes.

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Are you sure my medications are covered by my insurance?

Our medical team will work directly with your healthcare insurance to try get the medication covered. If there are any issues, we always offer a full money-back guarantee for the program.

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