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Lose 10 percent of your body weight in just 6 months: Here’s how

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Weight care is not simple, and you deserve professional help to get you to your goals.

Weight care is so complex that the American Medical Association (AMA) officially recognized obesity as "a chronic, progressive disease that requires medical treatment" in 2013.

Research spurred by the AMA’s statement supports that the most effective approach to weight care is a combination of medical treatment, coaching, and social support. At Found, we agree.

According to the Obesity Medicine Association, prescription medication “doubles to triples the odds of losing 5-10 percent body weight (or more).” This finding is mirrored by the Mayo Clinic, which reports that “prescription weight-loss drugs approved for long-term use (more than 12 weeks) produce significant weight loss compared with placebos. The combination of weight-loss medication and lifestyle changes results in greater weight loss than lifestyle changes do alone.”

Through the Found weight care program, we guide how you manage nutrition, movement, sleep, emotional health and stress, and social support—all essential elements for sustainable weight loss. Found also matches eligible members with board-certified medical providers. These providers select the most effective weight loss medication for each member’s unique biology from our wide range of options.

This prescription element, in combination with the rest of the program, can be the game-changer for weight loss success. 

At Found, we’ve put the science behind weight loss to work. Through Found’s personalized, science-driven, holistic programs, our members lost nearly 300,000 pounds in 2020 and 2021 combined. The average member lost 10 percent of their body weight in the first six months.

Find out for yourself if Found’s science-backed and sustainable approach is right for you. Get started with our eligibility quiz to take the first step toward losing your 10 percent. 

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