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Weight loss for your biology


For some, biological factors can block weight loss. Medical weight care can help—and healthy lifestyle changes are key for long-lasting results.


15% Average body weight lost with Rx meds*

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*Based on 5,377 members who have been on WeightWatchers + Medication Access program for at least 26 weeks. Average reported body weight lost was 15.17% and the top quartile lost an average of 19.90% of body weight.

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We’re here for every step.

If you’ve been doing everything “right” and still can’t lose weight, our affordable, flexible plans meet you exactly where you are.

Get your first month of membership free

Start with a one-time $49 consultation fee. After your first month, your membership continues for as low as $84 per month.**

**Your program includes the cost of non-GLP-1 medications. The cost of GLP-1 medications is subject to insurance coverage. Your Care Team will help you with insurance coverage.

What's included

Get a powerful combination for long-term results:

1:1 clinical care

Board-certified clinicians are available for check-ins, plan adjustments, and ongoing support with GLP-1 or other prescription medication.

Insurance coordination

We’ll make sure you’re matched with a treatment that fits your budget.

WeightWatchers membership

WW's trusted behavior change program provides the accountability you need to create healthier lifestyle habits that stick.

1:1 clinical care

Board-certified clinicians are available for check-ins, plan adjustments, and ongoing support with GLP-1 or other prescription medication.

Insurance coordination

We’ll make sure you’re matched with a treatment that fits your budget.

WeightWatchers membership

WW's trusted behavior change program provides the accountability you need to create healthier lifestyle habits that stick.

Weight-loss medication types

Depending on your needs, your doctor may prescribe a med like GLP-1s, which address the biological and psychological factors that contribute to obesity in a way that other solutions can’t.

Semaglutide (Wegovy®)

A once-weekly injection approved for weight management.

Liraglutide (Saxenda®)

A once-daily injection approved for weight management.

Naltrexone-Bupropion

Twice-daily, extended-release tablets that combine two different medications.



Included in your membership

Tirzepatide (Zepbound)

A once-weekly injection approved for weight management.

Semaglutide (Wegovy®)

A once-weekly injection approved for weight management.

Liraglutide (Saxenda®)

A once-daily injection approved for weight management.

Naltrexone-Bupropion

Twice-daily, extended-release tablets that combine two different medications.



Included in your membership

Tirzepatide (Zepbound)

A once-weekly injection approved for weight management.

How GLP-1s Work

Genetic, biological, and environmental factors can often make weight loss more difficult. GLP-1s can:

Decrease food noise

The GLP-1 hormone signals fullness to the brain. Medications restore that connection between your brain and gut so you don’t think about food 24/7.

Increase satiety

GLP-1s tell the stomach to empty more slowly, which leaves you feeling fuller for longer than you would with natural GLP-1 levels.

Support healthy habits

With GLP-1 meds managing appetite and cravings, users can focus on behavior change—with guidance from WW—to succeed.

Decrease food noise

The GLP-1 hormone signals fullness to the brain. Medications restore that connection between your brain and gut so you don’t think about food 24/7.

Increase satiety

GLP-1s tell the stomach to empty more slowly, which leaves you feeling fuller for longer than you would with natural GLP-1 levels.

Support healthy habits

With GLP-1 meds managing appetite and cravings, users can focus on behavior change—with guidance from WW—to succeed.

Get expert intel about comprehensive weight care

Podcast

Listen to our podcast Beyond the Scale with WW Medical Director Dr. Spencer Nadolsky to learn about the latest updates in obesity medicine, weight research, nutrition, and more. New episodes drop weekly.

Podcast

Listen to our podcast Beyond the Scale with WW Medical Director Dr. Spencer Nadolsky to learn about the latest updates in obesity medicine, weight research, nutrition, and more. New episodes drop weekly.


Experts who care


Our team of medical advisors and clinicians—led by Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, a lipid specialist certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine—aims to ensure every patient feels confident on their plan.

Real people, real results

On average, members lose 15% of their body weight after being on the program for at least 26 weeks.*

*Based on 5,377 members who have been on WeightWatchers + Medication Access program for at least 26 weeks. Average reported body weight lost was 15.17% and the top quartile lost an average of 19.90% of body weight.

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Frequently asked questions

It depends on your treatment plan. For GLP-1 medications, your medications are not included, but your Care Team will work with you to get your medication covered by insurance. If insurance covers your medication, you may still be responsible for a copay.

For non-GLP-1 medications, your medications are included in the cost of membership when you choose our mail-order pharmacy partner, Carepoint.

Carepoint's address is 9 Commerce Dr, Schaumburg, IL 60173.


No. Saxenda (liraglutide) and Wegovy (semaglutide) are both GLP-1 medications that are FDA-approved specifically for the treatment of obesity.


Results depend on which medication you’re prescribed and your medical history. Typically, patients on a GLP medication will lose 10-20% of their weight.

Learn more in this study summarizing the efficacy of various weight management treatments.


Currently, there are no generic options for GLP-1s. If your insurance does not cover a GLP medication, your Care Team will help you identify other affordable options.


The most common side effects are nausea, constipation, or other gastrointestinal discomfort. Your Sequence Care Team will advise you on the best ways to minimize side effects.


GLP-1s are indicated for long-term use, much like other medications to treat chronic conditions. The effects stop immediately if you stop taking the medication, and it is likely in most cases that some weight regain will occur. As you reach your healthy goal weight, you should discuss with your clinician about adjusting your maintenance dose if necessary.


Patients without diabetes but with a BMI of ≥30, or ≥27 with comorbidities, lost an average of 21% of their body weight (-48 lbs) in a 72-week clinical trial evaluating 15 mg of tirzepatide, when combined with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity. Zepbound™ is FDA-approved for weight management.
Patients without diabetes but with a BMI of ≥30, or ≥27 with comorbidities, lost an average of 15% of their body weight (-33.6 lbs) in a 68-week clinical trial evaluating 2.4 mg semaglutide, when combined with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity. Wegovy® is FDA-approved for weight management.
Patients without diabetes but with a BMI of ≥30, or ≥27 with comorbidities, lost an average of 8% of their body weight (-18.5 lbs) in a 56-week clinical trial evaluating 3.0 mg liraglutide, when combined with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity. Saxenda® is FDA-approved for weight management.