Today we’re revisiting a topic we’ve discussed before, Ozempic. It seems to be everywhere lately, with many people asking about it, so we wanted to dive in a little further. We’ll explain what it is, but it’s fascinating that it’s become a trend. It’s not like other typical health trends — and we’re honestly not sure if that’s a good or bad thing.

Ozempic, which is also known as semaglutide, is an injectable medication that was FDA-approved in 2017 for the treatment of diabetes. Later, it was discovered to have weight loss effects and another version was approved for the treatment of obesity. Nowadays, it’s become a trend and celebrities are rumored to be using it, with Elon Musk being one of the few who openly talked about it. The high demand has led to a shortage, affecting those who actually need it as a medication.

We’re going to talk about how Ozempic works in the body, what seems to happen when you stop taking it, and our experience with Foodtrainers clients that have taken it.

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