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What is Alli?
Alli is made up of orlistat and is a lipase inhibitor. This is a pill, usually blue in color, used as a weight loss aid. The generic version of Alli, orlistat, is available for purchase in 60mg tablets.
Orlistat is used to help struggling adults (over the age of 18) trying to lose weight by decreasing the amount of dietary fat absorbed in your intestines by approximately 25% - 30%. This also reduces the number of calories that enter your body, as they come these now un-absorbed fats. In order for this medication to be effective, it must be combined with a reduced-calorie and low-fat diet.
Always follow directions given to you by your doctor. Never take more or less of a dosage than directed
Take this tablet by mouth 3 times a day
Do not eat for up to one hour after taking Alli, and if you do, ensure it is a low fat meal.
You will also likely be taking vitamins while taking Alli; do not take these at the same time.
It is important you tell your doctor about any drug allergies you may have as well as if you have any of the following conditions;
This medication is not used for those who;
Side effects include:
Other possible side effects include:
How do I know if Alli is right for me?
If you are overweight (BMI of 25-29.9) and dieting and exercise hasn’t been working when it comes to losing weight, this product is meant for you. Consult your doctor to discuss further.
What kind of food should I buy?
Example of good diet foods;
Can my overweight child use Alli?
No. This product was designed for those 18 years old and up.
Is there any other versions of Alli?
There is the generic version of Alli, sold as Orlistat. There is also Xenical, which is a stronger strength of Alli (120mg). We also carry Xenical as well as its generic version at MyDrugCenter.
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