Alli Weight Loss Pills Review
Alli created a bit of stir when it was released into the commercial weight loss pill market last year. Alli became the the first non prescription weight loss pill to be granted approval from the FDA (Food & Drugs Administration.) The FDA is the (US) body set up to oversee many industries to ensure that products are fit for human consumption.
It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that Alli would be granted approval as it is a lower strength version of the prescription weight loss drug Xenical. Read about Xenical
This is quite unique – a commercially available weight loss pill that has been given approval usual reserved only for prescription only drugs.
What Is Alli
Alli is a 60mg orlistat capsule (brand name Xenical). But it’s more than just a weight loss pill. It’s an innovative weight loss program that works with you, not for you. Alli can help you lose 50% more weight than dieting alone, but you have to do your part by changing the way you eat.
Alli is a fat blocker that can stop the absorption of over a quarter of dietary fat from food consumed. Fat blocking and fat binding is a very effective method of weight loss.
Alli Side Effects
When Alli was released onto the market the internet was awash with consumer reports of side effects. The most being an oily discharge from the rectum. This doesn’t sound very pleasant but it does prove that fat is being stopped or blocked from being absorbed into the digestive system. The undigested fat has to leave the body somehow – the oily discharge.
Does Alli Work
Alli has been proven to work and is proven for safety, hence the FDA approval. The biggest drawback is the “lower strength” part. Xenical is a powerful weight loss medication and is so because of its formula and strength. Alli gives the impression it just too diluted to compete in the commercial weight loss market.
Alli has had some good consumer feedback and positive testimonies.
Where To Buy Alli
The American consumer is spoilt for choice – the UK market is a little less welcoming in terms of UK stockists.
Alli Can now be purchased online via registered online pharmacists.
Alli is available either in a 42 or 82 pack with each capsule containing 60mg of Orlistat
Alternatives To Alli
Proactol works in a similar way to Alli, but without the embarrassing side effect of the oily discharge. Proactol is a natural product that is classed as a Medical Device Type 1.
More about Proactol