It’s Not Just About Willpower. There’s a Science to Obesity.

Saxenda® works like GLP-1, an appetite hormone your body naturally produces, to regulate hunger

Saxenda® works like GLP-1, an appetite hormone your body naturally produces, to regulate hunger

Ever wondered what you were doing wrong when eating right, exercising, and willpower weren't enough to help you lose weight and keep it off? The answer may be: nothing. That's because your body works against you when you're trying to lose weight by making you feel hungrier and less full. Saxenda® works like glucagon-like-peptide (GLP-1), an appetite hormone your body naturally produces that helps to regulate your hunger. This can lead to eating fewer calories and weight loss. And there's more good news: Saxenda® is not a stimulant. Find out how Saxenda® is helping Kate, Roberto, and Sarah put the frustration of not being able to lose weight and keep it off behind them—and how it can do the same for you.

Kate | Nurse | Age 44 | BMI 32

As a nurse, Kate can relate to the struggles her patients go through with weight loss because she has them too. Exercising and preparing healthy meals for her and her family have helped her lose weight here and there, but she just can't seem to keep it off.

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Kate learned how much weight others have lost taking Saxenda®.

See the Saxenda® study results 

What you need to do next:

  1. Check your coverage.
  2. Download a savings card.
  3. See Saxenda® safety information.
  4. Get a personalized Weight Exploration Report.
  5. Find a health care provider near you. Share your Weight Exploration Report with him or her and ask if Saxenda® is right for you.

 

 

Sarah | Single Mom | Age 47 | BMI 35

Sarah is a single mother with a passion for dancing. She works hard to set a good example for her teenage daughter by exercising regularly and cooking healthy meals. Despite this, she's still struggling to reach her weight-loss goals and is becoming more and more frustrated.  

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Sarah saved on her Saxenda® prescriptions.

Find out if you can, too 

Roberto | Lieutenant | Age 38 | BMI 33

Roberto, the former captain of his high school football team, never struggled with weight issues growing up. Now a detective, he goes to the gym 4 days a week and does everything he can to lose weight and keep it off—but it still comes back.

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Roberto took the next step in managing his obesity.

Learn about treating this chronic disease 

 

 

It's about finding a long-term weight managment solution

"It’s not about finding a quick fix. It’s about focusing on my ongoing weight loss and long-term weight management."