alli Weight Loss Diet Pills, Orlistat 60 mg Capsules, Non Prescription Weight Loss Aid, 120 Count Refill Pack
Imported from the USA
Acts as an effective weight loss pill for both women and men
For every 5 pounds you lose through diet and exercise, alli can help you lose 2 to 3 more
alli works in the digestive tract with minimal absorption into the bloodstream, meaning there is little to no effect on the cardiovascular and central nervous systems
alli diet pills are a weight loss supplement for overweight adults, 18 years and older, when used along with a reduced calorie and low fat diet
Take 3 capsules a day
Drink plenty of water
Eat 3 meals a day
Lead an active lifestyle
Active ingredient: Orlistat
Orlistat, the active ingredient in Alli, is a lipase inhibitor and works by binding to specific enzymes that break down fats (triglycerides). As a result, about 25% of the consumed fat is not absorbed and passes through the digestive system and is naturally excreted by the body. Since the calories associated with this unabsorbed fat are not used (1 gram of fat=9 calories), the number of calories that enter your system is reduced.
How do I know If using alli is right for me?
Alli (orlistat 60 mg capsules) is a weight loss aid for overweight adults. Read the information on the carton for other important information, and use the height and weight chart to help decide if alli is right for you.
How does alli work and how can it help me lose weight?
Alli works by preventing about 25% of fat in the foods that you eat from being absorbed.* Clinical studies have shown that, for every 5 pounds you lose with diet alone, alli can help you lose 2-3 more.*
How soon after taking alli capsules should I expect to see results?
If you follow an optimal diet, get physical activity, and take alli as directed, you could see results in the first two weeks. Most weight loss usually occurs within the first six months. Individual results vary.
When do gastrointestinal (GI) side effects usually occur?
Not everyone (almost 50%) who takes alli experiences a GI side effect. If you do experience one, it tends to occur early on when you first start taking alli, as your body adjust to your diet and alli, and then subsides with continued use. Even if you do not experience GI side effects, alli is still working to block the absorption of about 25% of the fat you consume. You should stop and ask doctor if severe or continuous abdominal pain occurs. This may be a sign of a serious medical condition.