What is Alli?
Alli contains the active ingredient Orlistat, which is a type of medicine, called a lipase inhibitor and is used for the treatment of weight loss. Alli works by reducing the amount of fat absorbed from food eaten and can effectively help to lose weight.
Alli isn’t a magic weight loss tablet it was developed to be used alongside a reduced calorie, lower fat diet to boost success in losing extra weight
How Can Alli Help in Weight Loss?
Alli works by blocking about a 25% of the fat absorbed from food and can help in loosing a further one pound for every two pound of body weight that you lose.
As part of the Alli program there is access to additional support tools to help you to effectively lose weight. These including information on healthy habits and strategies to help you set personal daily calorie and fat targets based on your weight and activities and help determine which foods to avoid and the food to eat.
How Does Alli Work?
Alli contains the active ingredient Orlistat, which is a type of medicine, called a lipase inhibitor and is used for the treatment of weight loss.
Orlistat works by attaching itself to some of the body’s natural enzymes that break down fat, it works on the digestive system to stop about a quarter of the fat being absorbed. The fat passes out of the body through your bowel movements. It should be noted that there could be a number of diet related side effects from taking this medication and that eating a lower fat diet can help manage these effects.
Alli taken along with a low fat diet can help in loosing a further one pound for every two pound of body weight that you lose.
How to Take Alli
Alli should be taken three times a day, during or about an hour after each meal.
Alli is available in a capsule or a chewable tablet. The capsules should be swallowed whole with water. The chewable tablet does not require water. For the chewable type of this medication, the maximum number of tablets allowed per day is three.
If when following the Alli program you miss a meal or eat a fat-free meal, you should not take the medication. If taking any multivitamins they must be taken before bedtime in order to help the body absorb Vitamins A, E, D, and K more effectively.
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