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No more Thanksgiving ‘food orgy’? New obesity medications change how users think of holiday meals

  • Many Americans are using new weight-loss drugs like Wegovy, which reduce appetite and the pleasure of eating, leading to significant weight loss.
  • These drugs are changing the way users think about food and impacting traditionally food-centric holidays like Thanksgiving. Some find greater mental control over their meals, while others lose their appetites entirely.
  • However, critics question the long-term sustainability of these drugs, as users often regain weight when they stop taking them.
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