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National Medical Weight Loss Programme

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What Is The National Medical Weight Loss Programme?

The National Medical Weight Loss Programme (NMWLP) uses an FDA-approved medication, licensed for weight management, which is licensed for weight management. The drug has passed numerous clinical trials for safety and is the only approved injectable prescription medicine available in the UK for weight management. 


With our weight loss programme, adding the medication to a sensible meal and exercise plan helps you lose weight and keep it off. As well as assisting patients in losing weight, the prescription drug has been shown in clinical studies to improve many cardiovascular co-morbidities, such as pre-diabetes, hypertension, high lipid levels and obstructive sleep apnoea.

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6-10 adults are obese in the UK

Worrying statistics in the UK

One-third of the population is overweight.

A further one-third are classified as obese.

1 in 8 people in the UK is morbidly obese (BMI >40).​


Did you know?

Obesity is not just due to food consumption or lack of physical activity: there are 106 other factors)—Click Rethink Obesity for further information.

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Strategies to lose weight include:

Adopting a healthier lifestyle.

Adhering to a nutritionally complete lower calorie diet.

Incorporating a regular exercise regimen (two to three times a week).

Medication to suppress your appetite.

Advice and education.


Healthy Eating

Diet Apples

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National Weight Loss Programme

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NICE Guideline


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Health risks with Obesity

Excess body weight has several health risks:

Doctors at Cancer Research UK have linked 13 types of cancer to being overweight, and it is one of the biggest preventable causes of cancer.

The risk of developing type 2 diabetes is increased 13 times in women.

​Colon cancer is three times more common in men.

Hypertension is twice as common in men and four times more likely in women.

Those with a BMI>40 have a less than 50% chance of reaching 70.

Obesity is a preventable disease
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How to start on the programme?

There are three simple steps to follow:


Step 1


You will first need to complete a medical questionnaire below. This is secure.

Step 2

Once this is completed we will send you a consent form by email.

Step 3

We will arrange a virtual consultation

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