Avocados are healthy. Healthline experts say they offer anti-inflammatory qualities, healthy fats, fiber, and antioxidants, and may lower heart disease risk. Avocados, according to Rise Science medical reviewer Chester Wu, MD, emit GLP-1.
"Although certain meals may increase the release of GLP-1 and have a good effect on blood sugar levels, they may not be a substitute for drugs such as Ozempic for weight loss or diabetes control,"
Proteins and peptides (what you get from breaking down proteins) may enhance GLP-1 synthesis, according to certain research. "Codfish, eggs, and whey protein are examples. All proteins and building components could increase GLP-1 release."
There are eating patterns that can replicate Ozempic's effects. who claims protein helps lose weight. "Research suggest that a high-protein diet can enhance GLP-1 levels and help you feel fuller longer, thereby decreasing how much food you consume and helping you lose weight,"
We probably keep olive oil close when cooking. It's good for sautéing, dipping, and drizzling and may boost GLP-1 synthesis. Olive oil and other monounsaturated fatty acids may boost GLP-1 and aid weight loss. "Olive-oil-rich meals or a Mediterranean diet may also raise GLP-1 levels," according to research.
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