First FDA approved diet pill!
The main ingredient in both Alli and Xenical is Orlistat, a lipase inhibitor.
Although Alli contains less Orlistat than inside Xenical, Alli is still marketed as being very effective in weight loss. They say that Alli can help you lose up to 50% more weight than with dieting and exercise alone.
How does Alli work?
Alli works by attaching itself to the fats in your stomach, making them too large to be absorbed by your body. As a result, those unabsorbed fats will then be eliminated naturally out of your body, through bowel movements. Alli claims that it can stop up to 25% of your fat intake from being absorbed.
How to take Alli?
It is important to mention that while taking Alli you need to closely watch your food intake and make sure that you eat no more than 15g of fat per meal.
Alli side effects
Just because Alli is FDA approved doesn’t mean it doesn’t have any side effects. It has been reported that Alli can cause very frequent or uncontrollable bowel movements, gas and oily discharge.
Does Alli work?
Yes, it could work. And it did work for some people. On the other hand it didn’t work for a lot of people. Also don’t think that Alli is a miracle drug. You still need to watch your food intake and possibly add physical exercise.
Is Alli recommended?
If you can stand the embarrassing side effects, then go for Alli. Otherwise look for some other supplement, free from side effects.
What are the alternatives?
All our recommendations don’t cause any side effects and are actually very effective. On top of this you can get them without doctor’s prescription.