Sasayuri Health Clinic


About medical diet

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Feeling stressed due to dietary restrictions

What is medical diet?

A medical diet is a diet method that naturally reduces appetite using the appetite-suppressing hormone GLP-1, which is currently attracting attention.
It is possible to create a state where you can “naturally lose weight” by suppressing your appetite and just living a normal life. GLP-1 is attracting attention around the world as an “effective obesity treatment drug,” and its effects have recently become a hot topic in Japan as well.

First of all, what is the difference between "those who lose weight" and "those who gain weight"?

Overeating is one of the major causes of gaining weight. What we should pay attention to is the GLP-1 hormone, which acts on the brain and various parts of the body to suppress appetite and create a constitution that makes it difficult to gain weight. This hormone is a hormone that everyone has in their bodies, and is a physiological hormone secreted in our small intestines during and after meals.


In other words, the difference between people who lose weight and people who gain weight is the difference in the amount of GLP-1 secreted.

About fees

medical diet

First consultation fee

¥2,750 (tax included)

Re-examination fee

¥528 (tax included)

Libersus 3mg 30 tablets

¥11,000 (tax included)

Libersus 7mg 30 tablets

¥22,000 (tax included)

Libersus 14mg 30 tablets

¥33,000 (tax included)



Is there really no need for dietary restrictions?


It will naturally reduce the amount of food you eat, so there is no need to force yourself to limit it.


Is the treatment safe?


Medical diet is a drug treatment that uses gastrointestinal hormones that are originally produced in the body. Our hospital's GLP-1 Medical Diet prescribes the GLP-1 oral drug Libersus, which has been approved as an anti-obesity drug in various countries. We also perform blood tests and provide thorough counseling, so you can receive treatment with confidence.


Won't eating less cause malnutrition?


As long as you keep a well-balanced diet and supplement your diet with supplements, there will be no problem even if you eat less.


Is there anyone who cannot undergo a medical diet with GLP-1?


Those with diabetes, those who are pregnant, those who are breastfeeding, and those who have been judged as ineligible by a doctor cannot receive this treatment.


Is there an age limit for consultation?


If you are a minor, please be accompanied by a guardian.


●Risks/side effects: This medicine has the effect of suppressing gastrointestinal motility, which may cause symptoms such as stomach upset and bloating. Side effects tend to occur within 1 hour after taking the drug or after increasing the dose, and are more likely to occur as the dose increases. Once blood levels are stable, these side effects will become less noticeable.

・Gastrointestinal symptoms (stomach upset, bloating, constipation, diarrhea)
・Hypoglycemic symptoms (cold sweats, shivering, palpitations, etc.)
・Pancreatitis (severe abdominal pain accompanied by vomiting, back pain)