Alli Diet Pills

by Diet Pill Center on May 7, 2012

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Alli, (pronounced Al-eye) is a weight loss pill designed for overweight adults that are struggling to loose weight. Alli is similar to the prescription weight loss drug Xenical and contains the same active ingredient, only the dosage is much lower and thus is not as strong. It is available over-the-counter to adults over the age of 18.

Alli works by helping to block the absorption of fat by the intestines, which reduces the number of calories that are absorbed by the body. While Alli can help you lose weight, you will most likely lose only a few more pounds with Alli than with diet and exercise alone.

There are some side effects from taking Alli. These include: gas, an oily anal discharge, oily and more frequent bowl movements and hard to control bowl movements. This results from the undigested fats going through your digestive system.

Like with most diet pills, Alli is meant to be used in addition to healthy eating and regular exercise in order to be successful.

Alli Ingredients

The active ingredient in Alli diet pills is 60mg of Orlistat. The inactive ingredients include sodium Lauryl Sulfate, sodium starch glycolate, Talc, Titanium Dioxide FD&C Blue 2, Edible Ink, Gelatin, Iron Oxide, microcystalline cellulose and Povidone.

Does Alli Work?

The results of Alli tend to be modest. Studies show that in addition to diet and exercise, a person using Alli can lose up to 50% more weight. So if you lose 10 pounds through diet and exercise alone, you can loose up to 15 pounds by using alli as well. Alli is not as good as its full strength prescription version Xenical.

Alli diet pills are typically for the short term use only, and the benefits do not last very long. Studies show that people tend to regain the weight once they stop taking it. Alli is generally safe, it works in your digestive system and not in your heart or brain. It will not cause jitters, sleeplessness, or a racing heart.

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Tammy Petters July 4, 2011 at 9:37 am

I lost 15 pounds on Alli in about 5 weeks. It worked pretty well. I was dieting and exercising like crazy too. I have to say it definitely did help with the hunger cravings.

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