Chewable Alli Tablets
Before Alli was introduced there were prescription diet tablets that were only available to obtain from your GP or doctor and non prescription diet tablets that could be bought without restriction either over the counter in chemists on the high street or via the web.
Alli has somewhat blurred these boundaries – Alli is prescription grade diet tablet BUT available to buy without prescription.
Alli is produced by pharamceutical giant GSK and has done very well from the moment it was introduced to the general public in 2007.
Now Alli is available in a new format – a chewable diet tablet.
Is Alli Worth Taking Does It Work
When Alli was first released, the main topic of conversation seemed to be one small irritating issue that a few customers experienced. This issue was coined the “Alli Oops” and bore reference to a rather embarrassing anal leakage problem. Alli works by preventing fat absorption – the fat that is not absorbed is expelled via bowel movements, sometimes without warning.
Contrary to popular belief, Alli is not a magic diet tablet. It’s a slimming capsule designed to be used with a sensible eating plan to help boost your weight loss. Its clinically proven that adding alli to a reduced calorie, lower-fat diet can boost your weight loss by 50%.
It is suggested that for every 2 lb (1 kg) you manage to lose from eating healthily, adding Alli can help you lose 1 lb (1/2 kg) more.
Alli is highly recommended
Where To Buy Alli
Alli can be purchased from a number of outlets both via the high street and online. Although Alli is non prescription you will still have to fill out a questionnaire, which is only around 10 easy to answer questions.
For this reason we suggest buying online may be simpler and possibly less embarrassing – walking to the cashier with a box of diet tablets and can produce one or two odd looks.
Currently authorised UK online pharmacy Chemist Direct have a good offer on the new Alli chewable tablet.