150,000+ have lost weight with Ro

Lose weight with

(semaglutide) injection

Lose 15% of your body weight on average in 1 year*

Insurance concierge service to help cover medication cost

1:1 support from a healthcare provider

Wegovy treats obesity or overweight (with weight-related problems), along with diet and exercise*. Semaglutide may have serious side effects, including possible thyroid tumors. Do not use if you or your family have a history of a type of thyroid cancer called MTC or MEN 2. See more serious warnings & safety info

Weight loss medications and people using those medications

There’s a reason everyone is talking about Wegovy and Ozempic. They work!

On average, people on Wegovy lose 15% of their weight in a year*.

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Meet the Ro Ambassadors who inspired the Body Program

  • GLP-1 medications for weight loss before and after photo

    Lost 40 lbs in 11 months

    “I have never felt better. I have never had more energy. This medication changed my life.”

  •  a woman before and after taking GLP-1 medication for weight loss

    Lost 30 lbs in 1 year

    “I started losing weight almost immediately. To me, truly, this has been a game-changer.”

Revolutionary medications

Wegovy and Ozempic are semaglutide (a GLP-1) that may be prescribed for weight loss if appropriate. It’s a once-weekly shot that works by mimicking your body’s natural hormones, helping you feel fuller faster and for longer.

Medication is not included in the cost of the Body Program. But don’t worry, our insurance concierge partners explore all options to help get you covered.

Wegovy is FDA-approved for weight loss. Ozempic is FDA-approved for type 2 diabetes treatment, but may be prescribed for weight loss.



Wegovy ℞



Ozempic ℞
  • In Wegovy clinical trials, patients lost an average of 15% of their body weight*

    Non-diabetic patients with a BMI of ≥30, or ≥27 with comorbidities, lost an average of 15% of their body weight in 1 year in a 68-week clinical trial evaluating 2.4 mg semaglutide, when combined with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity.

  • "Is using medication to lose weight cheating?"

    Dr. Steve Silvestro, MD | Body Program advisor

  • Wegovy vs. Ozempic: Which is right for you?

    Semaglutide injection was first approved under the brand name Ozempic in 2017 as a treatment for type 2 diabetes.

    In 2021, the FDA approved the drug under the brand name Wegovy as a weight loss medication. Doctors often prescribe both for weight loss, but there are a few key differences between them.

    Learn more

  • Learn more about potential side effects

    Your Ro-affiliated provider will walk you through the side effects patients report most often:

    • Nausea

    • Vomiting

    • Upset stomach

    • Stomach pains

    • Constipation

    • Diarrhea

    Learn more about Wegovy & Ozempic.

*Patients without diabetes but with a BMI of ≥30, or ≥27 with comorbidities, lost an average of 15% of their body weight in 1 year in a 68-week clinical trial evaluating 2.4 mg semaglutide, when combined with a reduced-calorie diet and increased physical activity.

How it works

We help you lose weight by pairing revolutionary medication with coaching, care, and healthy lifestyle changes to make it last.

Take five minutes to share your health history and weight loss goals.

Through an at-home collection kit or in-person testing at Quest, we'll learn if you're good for treatment.

Discuss your results with a Ro-affiliated provider to see if medication is right for you.

Our insurance concierge partner connects with your insurance company to help get the cost of medication covered.

Ro insurance concierge service can cover your GLP-1 medication

We're with you every step of the way, from your first shot to your first weight loss win.

$99 first month, $135/month thereafter

What's included?

Access to Wegovy® or Ozempic®

Insurance coverage support

Dedicated health coach

Metabolic test

Smart scale

Ongoing provider care

Weekly curriculum email

Medication is prescribed only if appropriate. Medication is not included in the cost of the Body Program, but don’t worry, our insurance concierge partner will work with your insurance to help get your medication costs covered.

Watch: How the science works

When it comes to weight loss, biology is your nemesis. Not willpower. Our very own Dr. Steve explains why.

Dr. Steve Silvestro, MD | Body Program advisor

"We've talked about the science of weight loss all wrong for years. Here's why."

Dr. Steve Silvestro, MD | Body Program advisor

Thousands of people are losing weight with GLP-1 medications

Hear more from our Ro Ambassadors, whose success inspired the Body Program.

  • “GLP-1s have been a game-changer. Over the past year, I have lost around 30 lbs.”

    Dr. Pepper

  • "Following this program is one of the most convenient ways of losing weight that I’ve tried.”

    Julie P.

  • "I've never felt better. I've never had more energy."


Still have questions? We have answers.

The Body Program costs $99 for your first month and $135/month thereafter. Please note that GLP-1 medication is billed separately and not covered in the program cost. Medication cost will depend on your personal insurance coverage, and our partners will work with your insurer to help determine coverage (see more about this in “Do you accept insurance?”).

Insurance concierge services for the cost of medications are provided through the Body Program. Our partners will work directly with your insurance provider to help with the process of determining coverage for your GLP-1 medication, which is paid for separately from the Body Program. Ro does not accept insurance for the Body Program, which is cash pay only. At this time, those with any form of government healthcare coverage (including programs such as Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE), whether primary or secondary, or government-related coverage such as Medicare Supplement Plans, are not eligible for the Body Program. These plans typically do not cover the type of medication the Body Program may prescribe. Unfortunately, this means that those on Medicare or eligible for Medicare cannot join the Body Program.

If for some reason your insurance will not cover the cost of your medication, you’ll have the option to either pay for the medication out of pocket (typically $900–$1,600/month, depending on the medication) or cancel your Body Program membership. Given the cost of initial diagnostics, ongoing provider support, and insurance assistance, we are unable to offer refunds for previously incurred monthly membership fees.

After you complete your online visit, a Ro-affiliated healthcare provider will review your answers and determine whether treatment may be right for you. If appropriate, we’ll ask you to complete a metabolic test so we can see how your body’s working right now. Next, you’ll go over the results of your test with your healthcare provider and discuss a personalized treatment plan.

When it comes to weight loss, your body's biology plays a key role. That's where your metabolic lab test comes in. The test looks at your hormones and metabolism to understand how your body works right now, letting your provider know if GLP-1 medication is right for you.

The cost of the metabolic lab test is included in your membership fee. To complete your lab test, you'll either get an at-home test kit in the mail, depending on availability, or a lab order to have your sample collected in-person at a local Quest location. If you're located in New Jersey, New York, or Rhode Island, you’ll receive the at-home kit because of legal requirements that prohibit the use of your membership fee to pay for Quest lab services.

Weight management tips from our experts

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Important safety information

Here’s what you should know before using Wegovy or Ozempic.