'Oatzempic': TikTok Users Say New Drink Helps Lose Weight—Here's Why 

People are constantly searching for the newest (and least expensive) Ozempic or Wegovy scam, thanks to the rise in popularity of diabetic and weight reduction medications.

Now for the drink that's spreading over TikTok: "Oatzempic."  

Oats, water, and lime juice are combined to make the beverage, which goes by the name "Oats-Ozempic." 

Some users on TikTok are claiming that the beverage may help you lose 40 pounds in two months, and others are referring to it as the newest weight loss tonic. 

More than 2.7 million people have watched a TikTok creator's video, which documents her second day of the "Oatzempic Challenge," as she termed it.  

The hashtag #Oatzempic has over 1,100 posts as of the time of writing. 

Experts warn that the drink's comparison to Ozempic and higher weight loss promises are exaggerated and deceptive, even though the ingredients in Oatzempic drinks are nutritious and may aid with weight control.  

"Ozempic is a hormone that influences both the gut and the brain. Mir Ali, MD, a bariatric surgeon and the medical director of the MemorialCare Surgical Weight Loss Center at Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, California, stated that the treatment can reduce appetite for as long as a week. "

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