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Personalized Programs designed uniquely for a journey to a healthier lifestyle and a happier you.

DietDoc’s Metabolic Reset is built on decades of research that shows incremental habit change through intensive lifestyle intervention, in combination with medication that works on underlying biology, is the most effective approach for sustained weight loss and improved metabolic health.

GLP-1, a hormone regulating appetite and metabolism, can aid weight loss through medications mimicking its effects. These medications reduce hunger, increase fullness, and offer a valuable tool for managing obesity under medical guidance.
GLP-1, a hormone pivotal for appetite and metabolism control, can also benefit cardiovascular health via medications emulating its actions. These drugs not only mitigate hunger and enhance fullness but also hold potential as a therapeutic avenue for improving heart health under medical supervision.
Playing a vital role in appetite and metabolic regulation, GLP-1 can contribute to improved metabolic health through medications that replicate its functions. These treatments, which reduce appetite and increase satiety, have the potential to be a valuable asset in enhancing metabolic well-being under medical oversight.
Influencing appetite and metabolism, GLP-1 can play a role in managing blood pressure through medications that replicate its actions. These treatments not only help reduce appetite and increase satisfaction but also hold potential for supporting healthier blood pressure levels under medical guidance.
Affecting appetite and metabolism, GLP-1 can contribute to energy management using medications that mirror its effects. These medications, which can decrease appetite and enhance fullness, have the potential to assist in better energy control under medical supervision.
Playing a role in regulating appetite and metabolism, GLP-1 can aid in appetite management through medications that mimic its functions. These treatments, known for reducing hunger and increasing satisfaction, offer a potential avenue for effective appetite control under medical supervision.

Success Stories

“In just 3 months, I lost 42 pounds and at 46 years old, I feel better than I did at 30!”

Michael B.
Age 46

“Since April 2023 to now, I have lost 100 pounds and am down to 195 pounds. My goal weight is 180 pounds.”

-Tamara M.J.
Age 54

“I have currently lost 56 pounds and would like to lose 14 more pounds to be at my weight from before I quit smoking.”

-Cristy M.
Age 49

“Since I’ve started with the program, I’ve lost almost 30 pounds and I plan to keep going!”

-Lin N.
Age 40

“I have lost 30 pounds so far but I’m still working to lose more!”

-Mari H.
Age 57

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do the GLP-1 weight loss programs cost?

The cost of a DietDoc doctor consultation, personalized diet plan, medication, and program varies, starting at approximately $279/month. Your DietDoc weight loss specialist will help you determine which option is best for you. 

Do I talk to "real doctors"?

Yes. DietDoc patients only talk to doctors who are educated and licensed to practice medicine in the U.S., as well as living in the U.S.

What are some common conditions DietDoc treats?

DietDoc is not a primary health care solution. DietDoc focuses on weight loss, weight management, and a handful of other specific health and wellness programs.

Can DietDoc handle my emergency situations?

DietDoc is NOT designed to handle emergent medical problems. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 9-1-1 immediately.

Can I use it for my family?

DietDoc has determined to only provide care for adults 18 years and older. However, in rare cases and if the doctor approves, minors can receive a base level of nutritional guidance (no prescription medications).

Can I get a prescription?

DietDoc does not guarantee prescriptions. Medications are commonly prescribed by DietDoc doctors, but are always subject to doctor approval based on your individual health status and needs. DietDoc doctors do not issue prescriptions for DEA-controlled substances, non-therapeutic substances, or certain other drugs which may be harmful due to their potential for abuse.

How are prescriptions sent to the pharmacy?

DietDoc does not dispense prescription drugs. If the doctor prescribes medication, it is submitted electronically by fax to a specialized pharmacy for fulfillment on your behalf, and then sent directly to your home or office.

Is my electronic health record kept private?

Health records are kept completely private, and we employ robust encryption methods to protect your personal information. You determine who can see the information in your record.

Can I be turned down for a weight loss program?

If a prescription medication is sought, based on your health history and at the doctor’s discretion, he/she may deny your request for specific medication(s).

Can I call DietDoc outside of the United States?

DietDoc visits are NOT available outside of the United States.

Will my insurance cover the cost of DietDoc weight loss programs?

While it is not common for insurance providers to cover the cost of weight loss medication, we do recommend checking with your insurance provider prior to meeting with a DietDoc weight loss specialist.

How long will it take to receive my medication?

The shipping time varies depending on the current demand, the type of medication, and the state you reside in. During your initial consultation, your DietDoc weight loss specialist will provide an estimate on delivery time.

If I am given a prescription as a result of my visit, how will I be notified?

You will be notified by the doctor if your prescription is approved. All prescriptions are submitted to the pharmacy as “patient specific” in your name, and then mailed directly to your home or office. If denied medication, you will be verbally notified during the doctor consultation.

Why do I have to fill out additional intake questions?

We require answers to additional intake questions in order to ensure our DietDoc providers can customize a diet plan for each individual, and in order to achieve the highest rate of success.