Daily Jab

tried & tested medication which has been used since 2009!


This medication was initially approved for diabetic patients in 2009 to help control their blood sugar and their diabetes. One of the side effects noted was weight loss. This prompted the manufacturer to carry out clinical trials using the drug for weight loss. Following excellent results, the medication was re-branded and re-licensed for weight loss in 2017. It has recently been approved by NICE as safe to use by the NHS.

How do I use it?

The medication comes as a pre-filled injectable pen. You inject yourself in an area where you can pinch a good amount of meat (aka subcutaneous fat). This can be the stomach area, the notorious love handle areas, top of the thighs or even the bottom! You use a CLEAN and NEW needle every day, disposing of the needle after each injection. Your starting dose is discussed during consultation and any changes in your dosing will be reviewed regularly as your body adjusts to the medication.

What about side effects?

Like any new medication introduced to your body, your body will have to adjust to it. Some people get mild side effects, such as headaches, nausea, dry mouth or tiredness. These side effects are generally mild and are transient - which means they will go after a few days once your body has adjusted.

Some clients experience no side effects. Some experience one side effect. Some experience two side effects. Everyone is different and it is difficult to predict. However, during the consultation we go through the side effects & how to deal with them. We also send you aftercare information on how to deal with any potential side effects and the Patient Information Leaflet, which goes into greater detail.

How much weight will I lose on the daily?


During clinical trials, the average weight loss has been calculated as 13.7lbs, with up to 80% of participants keeping the weight off a year later. But please know that everyone is different, so your weight loss may be more or it could be less . Try not to compare yourself to others losing weight - focus on yourself, your goals and your progress.

How many pens will I need?

This depends on several factors, including:

  • Your overall target weight;

  • How well you take to the medication;

  • Your dose; and

  • Your weight at the end of each pen.

If you only wish to lose around 13lbs, then one pen should be sufficient. For further weight loss, you may require more pens. This will be assessed on a case-by-case basis to ensure continuing safety & suitability.

Who is suitable?

The programme is suitable for the vast majority of people. Our team will assess you on an individual basis, taking into account a range of factors, such as:

  • Your BMI

  • Your medical history

  • Your current medication

  • Body measurements

  • Current diet & eating habits

  • Current exercise levels

  • Other methods you have already tried

  • and more


The programme is NOT suitable for:


  • Under 18's

  • Ladies who are breastfeeding or pregnant or actively trying to get pregnant.

  • Anyone who has had pancreatitis or thyroid tumours

  • Type 1 diabetics or patients taking diabetic medication