GP1-1 (glucagon-like peptide-1) medication, initially developed as a remedy for diabetes, are shaking up some sectors. Developments surrounding the medication, additionally popularly used for weight reduction, have been disrupting something from house owners of dialysis facilities to bariatric surgical procedure suppliers and the meals business. However one funding advisor, Brian Krawez, president of Scharf Investments, says there are alternatives. “Many buyers are involved concerning the impacts of the GLP-1 medication on a bunch of corporations starting from eating places to client staples. We predict this has created alternatives in a wide range of names,” he advised CNBC. Final week, shares of kidney dialysis suppliers fell sharply Wednesday after Novo Nordisk mentioned a examine confirmed its Ozempic drug might delay the onset of kidney illness in diabetes sufferers. Such medication are additionally affecting dietary habits: Walmart mentioned final week it’s seeing a “slight change” in the best way folks store for meals , which can be due partially to clients shopping for much less whereas utilizing appetite-suppressing medicines like diabetes medication Mounjaro and Wegovy. GLP-1 is a hormone launched within the intestine that stimulates insulin secretion, slows the emptying of the abdomen and communicates to the mind a sense of satisfaction. These mechanisms are those that assist sufferers taking the medication to drop pounds and regulate their diabetes. Krawez mentioned the selloff in a single client staple inventory is “unwarranted”: Unilever . Its shares have been down 12% because the finish of July on GLP-1 fears, he famous on Tuesday. “We predict it isn’t that uncovered — 6% of its gross sales are U.S. meals, and so we simply assume it is type of an enormous throw within the bathwater,” he advised CNBC’s ” Avenue Indicators Asia ” on Tuesday. Krawez added the inventory can be buying and selling at a 25% low cost to its friends, and is cheaper now than within the historical past of its buying and selling. With that low cost, he mentioned, Unilever is not getting credit score for its top- and bottom-line development potential. “We predict the selloff has been unwarranted and creates a shopping for alternative,” he mentioned. Krawez additionally named McKesson — the biggest distributor of prescribed drugs and medical provides within the U.S. — which he mentioned is below buyers’ radar. “They seem to be a dominant participant in drug distribution. They obtained roughly 35% market share, however lots of people do not know the corporate,” he mentioned, including that specialty prescribed drugs — together with the GLP-1 medication —account for roughly 35% of the corporate’s earnings. It is also rising sooner than its conventional prescription drug enterprise, he mentioned. “We see them having sooner development than the S & P, and but, is buying and selling at a reduction to the S & P,” Krawez mentioned. — CNBC’s Christina Cheddar Berk and Julie Coleman contributed to this report.