Obesity Risk Calculator
Calculate the individual risk of your patients for obesity-related complications and benefits in their risk reduction with weight loss.
This site has been developed to enable healthcare professionals to
explore the science behind obesity, and to help facilitate empathetic
and supportive weight management discussions with patients.
Obesity is a chronic disease that affects over 764 million adults
worldwide.1 It has a substantial health impact with 200+
possible complications affecting many organs and
systems.2,3 As a result, healthcare professionals (HCPs)
see patients with obesity throughout their clinical practice and
widely recognise it as a serious, chronic disease that often
relapses.4 Yet, the number of people living with obesity
continues to rise, highlighting the need to provide medical
professionals with evidence-based tools to tackle the growing global
obesity epidemic effectively.
By understanding the scientific principles that underlie the development of obesity and identifying challenges in an evidence-based manner, barriers to effective obesity management can be overcome. Rethink Obesity® aims to provide this science based information, in an easily accessible manner, to healthcare professionals so they are able to enhance their clinical practice and achieve sustainable results for their patients living with obesity.
Watch the Mode of Disease video above to learn more about the science behind obesity.
At Novo Nordisk we want to provide Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) with scientific information, resources and tools. To get started find your local HCP portal by following the link below.
Access downloadable resources for obesity. These are designed for you and your patients to optimise obesity management.
HQ22OB00102, Approval date: September 2022
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At Novo Nordisk we want to provide Healthcare Professionals (HCPs) with scientific information, resources and tools.