Orforglipron

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What is Orforglipron?

Orforglipron, also known as LY3502970 or OWL 833, is a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1RA) made by Eli Lilly and Company.

This oral drug is beneficial for people with diabetes mellitus and obesity since it can lower blood sugar levels and promote fat loss.

Overall Health Benefits of Orforglipron

  • Promotes fat loss
  • Improves blood sugar levels
  • Improves cognitive function
  • Improves heart health
  • Improves liver health
Overall Health Benefits of Orforglipron

How Orforglipron Works

Orforglipron, a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1RA), increases the amount of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas while decreasing the production of glucagon (a hormone that increases blood sugar levels).

By reducing the rate at which food passes from the stomach into the small intestine, orforglipron also aids in weight loss by increasing feelings of satiety and reducing food intake. Moreover, it reduces the formation of blood sugar (glucose) and fat in the liver. By boosting the release of natriuretic peptides, which are crucial for maintaining cardiovascular homeostasis or balance, orforglipron also enhances cardiovascular health. By preventing nerve injury and improving nerve signal transmission in the brain, orforglipron can aid in enhancing cognitive function.

How Orforglipron Works
Stacking up Lilly's new contenders: cross-trial comparisons
  Orforglipron (at week 36, oral) Retatrutide (at highest dose, injected*) Mounjaro (injected**) Wegovy (at week 68, injected) Rybelsus (at week 26, oral)  
Weight loss in obesity  ~14-15%  ~22-24% 15-21%  15% -
Weight loss in T2D up to 9.6% ~15-17% 6.3-7.8% 9.6% 3-4%
HbA1c reduction in T2D up to 2.1% ~2% 1.7-1.8% - 1.2-1.4% 
Notes: *at 48 weeks for obesity, and 36 weeks for T2D; **at week 72 for obesity, and week 40 for T2D. T2D = type 2 diabetes. Source: Lilly presentation, NEJM & drug labels.

Associated Side Effects of Orforglipron

There are extremely few adverse effects of orforglipron.

There have been a few negative effects related to the usage of this medication wherein the patient experienced one of the problems listed below while taking orforglipron. However, the issue wasn’t' confirmed to be caused by the treatment and could have been a coincidence and not related to the use of orforglipron. Despite this, it was included as a side effect of orforglipron, even though these associated side effects are extremely rare.

Associated Side Effects of Orforglipron

Evidence-based Studies on Orforglipron

Orforglipron, a glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonist (GLP-1RA), induces weight loss by reducing the rate at which food passes through the small intestine from the stomach (gastric emptying). This in turn produces increased feelings of fullness. Increased satiety causes a decrease in food intake and an increase in energy use, which leads to weight loss.

Studies support orforglipron’s ability to promote fat loss in obese and overweight people:

  1. The administration of oral orforglipron escalating weekly to 5 different final target doses produced significant reductions in body weight from baseline after 4 weeks and delayed gastric emptying in healthy adults 18-65 years old with a body mass index of 20-40 kg/m2 (normal to the overweight range) and A1c of 6.5% (a measure of blood sugar). [1] The treatment was found to be safe and well- tolerated.
  2. According to studies, GLP-1R agonism delays stomach emptying, boosts satiety, and decreases food intake in people who are overweight or obese. [2-4]
  3. Research also indicated that GLP-1RAs are commonly employed in the treatment of type 2 diabetes (T2DM) because of their ability to promote weight loss and protect cells that produce insulin with a lower risk of side effects. [5-10]
  4. Orforglipron (LY3502970), a potent and selective small-molecule GLP-1R agonist, has been shown in a study to have clinical efficacy comparable to that of commercially available injectable GLP-1R agonists for weight loss. [11]

 

Normal blood sugar levels can also be achieved with orforglipron treatment. By expanding the number of insulin-producing beta cells, orforglipron enhances the pancreatic release of insulin. As a result, blood sugar can easily enter the cells, enabling effective energy use. This effect allows the body to effectively utilize blood sugar as a source of energy for a variety of vital bodily processes. Moreover, orforglipron can help lower high blood sugar levels by decreasing the release of glucagon as well as liver fat.

Evidence suggests that orforglipron is an effective therapeutic option for diabetic patients:

  1. The administration of single and repeated doses of orforglipron significantly reduced fasting glucose compared to baseline across Days 1-28 in patients with obesity and elevated blood sugar levels. [1]
  2. Orforglipron, when given to people with type 2 diabetes, can improve insulin release by safeguarding and boosting insulin-producing cells, with little to no side effects. [5-10]
  3. Orforglipron was given orally to mice and nonhuman primates. [11] The treatment resulted in lower blood sugar levels compared to baseline.
  4. The administration of the GLP-1 receptor agonist orforglipron in type 2 diabetes patients led to significant drops in blood sugar levels with a safety profile on par with injectable medications. [12]
  5. GLP-1 agonist therapy has also been shown to lower death rates and blood sugar levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. [13-14]

Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1RAs), such as orforglipron, strengthen the transmission of nerve signals and guard against nerve injury in the brain. These vital processes can help improve brain functions such as memory and learning.

A number of studies show that orforglipron and GLP-1RAs can help combat age-related cognitive decline and other neurodegenerative diseases:

  1. According to a study, GLP-1RAs can improve blood flow to the brain, reduce dead brain tissue, suppress oxidative stress, cell death and inflammation, and protect against Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. [15-23]
  2. GLP-1 receptor stimulation increased brain cell function in mice with streptozotocin-induced diabetes, leading to the restoration of vascular integrity and blood-brain barrier functioning. [24]
  3. The administration of a GLP-1RA decreased inflammation and the thinning of the blood-brain barrier in rats that had their middle cerebral arteries blocked to simulate a stroke. [25]
  4. GLP-1 receptor agonists increased memory formation and decreased impairment of synaptic plasticity (the brain's capacity to change and respond to new information) in animal models of diabetes-obesity. [26]
  5. Research has revealed that GLP-1 protects nerves by activating GLP-1 receptor signaling pathways, improves memory and learning in the hippocampus, encourages neurogenesis (the growth of new nerves), and lowers inflammation and the rate of cell death. [27-33]
  6. Research indicates that GLP-1 receptor agonists can enhance neuroplasticity, which is the brain's capacity to adapt to learning and experience, making them a therapeutic option for stroke. [34-37]
  7. GLP-1 receptor agonist and metformin were administered together for 20 days to high-fat-fed animals. [38] The treatment resulted in improved learning and memory.
  8. Treatment with GLP-1 receptor agonists has been proven to alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety, and altered reality in both animal models of behavior and people with mood disorders. It also improves measures of cognitive performance, such as learning and memory. [39-41]
  9. Male individuals in the location discrimination task — which involves using a touchscreen to pinpoint objects — performed better after receiving a systemic infusion of a GLP-1R agonist, while female participants performed better on the difficult probe tests. [42]
  10. Compared to the group that did not take anti-diabetic medications, patients with type 2 diabetes who took a GLP-1R agonist for 12 weeks scored higher on all cognitive tests and showed remarkably improved memory and attention. [43]
  11. Research indicates that GLP-1R agonists can alleviate cognitive deficiencies caused by neurodegenerative illnesses primarily by reducing oxidative stress, inflammation, and cell death. [44-45]

GLP-1RAs like orforglipron can help protect against a wide array of heart conditions by altering blood sugar levels and weight. Orforglipron can also improve cardiovascular health by boosting the production of natriuretic peptides, which are substances essential for the maintenance of heart function.

GLP-1RAs can help improve heart function and lower the risk of death in people with heart problems:

  1. Preclinical and clinical research has demonstrated the presence of GLP-1 receptors in the heart and the ability of GLP-1 to improve circulatory function and prevent inflammatory heart disease by stimulating these receptors. [46]
  2. According to numerous clinical studies, GLP-1RAs can help diabetic patients achieve better cardiovascular outcomes by keeping blood sugar within normal levels. [47-51]
  3. According to a study, GLP-1 RAs have the potential to be a cutting-edge treatment for type 2 diabetes because they significantly lower systolic blood pressure, weight, and cholesterol levels. [52]
  4. GLP-1 receptor agonists decreased the risk of serious adverse cardiovascular events, death rates, hospital admission rates for heart failure, and deteriorating renal function in patients with type 2 diabetes. [53-56]
  5. When compared to placebo treatment, GLP-1 receptor agonist administration in patients with type 2 diabetes decreased the risk of death from cardiovascular causes and fatal or non-fatal stroke. [57-58]
  6. A study indicated that by preventing the build-up of fat in the heart tissue, GLP-1 receptor agonists can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. [59]
  7. Research substantially supports the use of GLP-1 receptor agonists in those with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease (CKD) to further lower the risk of cardiovascular disease. [60-63]
  8. According to a study, minimizing the development of blood clots and plaque in the heart arteries allows individuals with type 2 diabetes to experience a lower risk of unfavorable cardiovascular events – an effect that GLP-1 receptor agonists can achieve. [64]

GLP-1RAs like orforglipron are also necessary for healthy liver function. GLP-1RAs can aid in the prevention of a variety of liver disorders by reducing excess blood sugar and fat production in the liver.

Studies suggest that GLP-1RAs can help achieve optimal liver health:

  1. Treatment with GLP-1RAs for 26 weeks led to significantly lower absolute percentages of liver fat content in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) or steatohepatitis (NASH). [65-67]
  2. The use of GLP-1RAs in the treatment of NAFLD patients was linked to better blood lipid levels and decreases in the amount of fat, liver enzymes, liver scarring, and liver inflammation. [68-80]
  3. GLP-1RAs have been shown to reduce systemic and tissue inflammation, which in turn lowers the risk of metabolic-associated fatty liver disease (MAFLD). [81]
  4. GLP-1RA treatment was linked to a decreased risk of NAFLD in persons with type 2 diabetes. [82-87]

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