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Looking to lose weight? Then look no further. Subscribe to EveAdam and get the right weight loss treatment for you. 

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Knowing where to start can be tricky with weight loss. But with our tailored treatment recommendations and consultation with a registered clinician, it’s a whole lot easier.

At EveAdam, we offer subscription plans for your prescriptions. You consult our clinician, they advise you on a suitable treatment for you having reviewed your medical background, and we deliver your first package to you as early as the next working day. You decide on how regularly you’d like to receive your weight loss treatment, and we’ll make sure it arrives at your door accordingly.

And if you want to change, pause or cancel your subscription at any point, you can. At the click of a button.

What is weight loss treatment?

It’s quite a clever thing really. Some weight loss products get friendly with the enzymes that digest fat in your body, and stop this fat from being absorbed. The fat instead comes out in your stool, and voila, this enables you to lose weight. 

Other weight loss products act on the brain instead of your digestive system. They have a natter with the brain and let it know that you’ve had enough to eat. This stops you from overeating, and promotes weight loss. 

Who is weight loss treatment suitable for?

Weight loss treatments are only appropriate for people whose BMI (body mass index) is at least 30, or 28 in the event that you have other risk factors like type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure. 

You can check your BMI using the NHS healthy weight calculator.[1] The weight loss calculator will indicate if you’re a healthy weight, and how much weight you need to lose to achieve a healthy weight if you’re overweight. 

The BMI range that’s considered healthy can vary depending on your ethnicity. Asian and Asian American ethnic groups with a BMI of 23 or more for example are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes and other long term illnesses.[2] The NHS healthy weight calculator asks you what your ethnicity is, so this feature is included here.  

The calculator provides you with a personal calorie allowance, to allow you to get to a healthy weight in a safe way.

If your BMI is below these numbers, and you’re overweight, your clinician will usually recommend making adjustments to your diet in the first instance, and increasing the amount of exercise you do. They may advise you to record what you eat in a food diary for one week. This can help them to monitor any particular habits that you have (such as putting sugar in your coffee) which you can change under their guidance. 

Similarly, in terms of exercise, your clinician may ask you to keep an activity diary, and to wear a pedometer for a week. A pedometer keeps track of the number of steps that you take and allows your clinician to gauge how active you are on a daily basis. 

Once your clinician has gathered this information, they can help you to make changes to your lifestyle, and create a plan of action. 

What types of weight loss treatment are there?

From tablets to capsules to injections, there are a variety of weight loss medicines available. Which type of treatment is the right option for you usually depends on factors like your susceptibility to particular side effects, if you’re currently taking other medicines which may interact with a particular type of weight loss treatment, or if you have certain health conditions.

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How does weight loss treatment work?

Certain weight loss treatments stop some of the fat that you consume from being digested, and this fat is instead released from the body in your stool (it doesn’t sound overly appetising, we know, but it does the job)! The active ingredient in these products latches on to the enzymes that break down fat in the digestive system, and stops them from functioning as they normally would. Because this fat isn’t absorbed by the body, it allows you to lose weight. Weight loss products such as Orlistat, Xenical and Alli all work in this way.

Other weight loss products work a bit differently. Treatments such as Mysimba and Saxenda act on receptors in the brain that regulate your appetite, causing you to feel fuller and less hungry. This can help you to eat less food, and reduce your weight. Magic. Paul Daniels, eat your heart out!

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[2] Joslin Diabetes. 2021. AADI BMI Calculator. What is Body Mass Index? Available at: https://www.joslin.org/patient-care/multicultural-programs/asian-american-diabetes-initiative/am-i-risk/aadi-bmi [Accessed 25 June 2021].

[3] BDA. 2021. Obesity and overweight. Available at: https://www.bda.uk.com/food-health/your-health/obesity-and-overweight.html [Accessed 12 March 2021].

[4],[5],[6] NHS. 2019. Start the NHS weight loss plan. Available at: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-weight/start-the-nhs-weight-loss-plan/ [Accessed 16 March 2021].

[7] BDA. 2016. Weight Loss: Food Fact Sheet. Available at: https://www.bda.uk.com/resource/weight-loss.html [Accessed 16 March 2021].

[8] Harvard Medical School. How much exercise do you need? Available at: https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/how-much-exercise-do-you-need [Accessed 12 March 2021].

[9] Frestedt, J.L., Young, L.R., Bell, M. 2012. Meal Replacement Beverage Twice a Day in Overweight and Obese Adults (MDRC2012-001). Current Nutrition and Food Science. NCBI. [online]. 2012 Nov; 8(4): 320–329. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3514724/ [Accessed 12 March 2021].