This Viral Weight Loss Cookie Dough Is “Better Than Ozempic” #weightloss Weight Loss
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This “viral weight loss cookie dough” works “better than Ozempic”, apparently.
You read that right. This cookie dough is so powerful that its effects rival that of semaglutide, a pharmaceutical you inject.
Because the powerful combination of *drumroll* whey protein, oats and coconut flour are definitely stronger than medication, based off some loose comparison of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), the key hormone that pharmaceuticals like Ozempic and Wegovy target (GLP-1 analogs or GLP-1 receptor agonists).
Yes, certain dietary trends can help regulate your appetite, but to compare whey protein, oats and coconut flour to Ozempic/Wegovy (semaglutide) is absurd.
Let’s talk about this nonsense, and explain what you need to know to stop you being duped by bullsh*t like this in the future.
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