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In the quest for effective weight loss solutions, two medications have emerged as frontrunners: Mounjaro and Wegovy. Both promise to tackle obesity and its associated health risks, but recent data suggest that Mounjaro may hold the upper hand in delivering superior weight loss outcomes.

When comparing the effectiveness of Wegovy and Mounjaro in terms of weight loss, data from randomised controlled trials paint a compelling picture. Mounjaro stands out for its ability to induce a higher average weight loss, offering hope to individuals seeking transformative results in their weight management journey. Specifically, studies have shown that individuals using Mounjaro can expect an average weight loss of nearly 25% after one year. To put this into perspective, a person weighing 100kg could potentially see a reduction of 25kg—an impressive achievement with profound health implications.

On the other hand, Wegovy, while still effective, falls short in comparison. It has been associated with an average weight loss of about 16% over the same period, which is 9% less than what has been observed with Mounjaro. This disparity underscores the potential superiority of Mounjaro in promoting substantial weight reduction.

Moreover, the proportion of participants achieving more than 10% weight loss—a threshold often linked to significant health benefits like reduced risks of type 2 diabetes and heart disease—is significantly higher with Mounjaro. A detailed study involving 670 participants revealed that 92% of those treated with Mounjaro accomplished more than 10% weight loss, with 84% surpassing 15% weight loss. In contrast, research involving 1,961 individuals taking Wegovy showed that 69% achieved over 10% weight loss, with 50% exceeding 15%. These findings highlight Mounjaro's potential to support a larger number of individuals in achieving meaningful weight loss milestones associated with substantial health improvements.

Mounjaro, by Eli Lilly, differentiates itself - a dual agonist targeting both the GLP-1 and glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP) receptors. GIP, secreted by K cells in the upper intestine, also promotes insulin secretion in a glucose-dependent manner but is traditionally considered less potent than GLP-1 in this role under pathophysiological conditions like type 2 diabetes. However, its involvement in lipid metabolism and potential effects on bone health add to the metabolic regulation. Mounjaro's dual mechanism enhances blood sugar control and weight management capabilities by not only engaging GLP-1's appetite regulation and glucose control effects but also leveraging GIP's metabolic benefits.

At RightAngled, we aim to provide you with the latest research in weight management. We are excited to announce the launch of the higher dose of Mounjaro at 10 mg for order on 14th May, offering you the latest  treatments for your weight loss journey.

In summary, evidence suggests that Mounjaro not only facilitates greater average weight loss compared to Wegovy but also supports a larger number of individuals in achieving transformative weight loss outcomes. As the battle against obesity rages on, Mounjaro emerges offering optimism for those striving to achieve their weight loss goals and reclaim their health and vitality.

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