Alli works by blocking some of the fat that you eat keeping it from being absorbed by your body. Alli is meant to be followed in conjunction with a sound diet and exercise plan. Don’t expect to lose a large number of weight by taking the pill alone. Alli should also not be taken if you are just trying to lose 5 or 10 pounds. Do not take Alli if you are allergic to it or Orlistat. You may also not use Alli if you suffer from gallbladder problems or have an inability to absorb food properly. Concerns regarding current underactive thyroid or kidney stones should be discussed with your doctor. Alli should not be given to a child under the age of 18 years old. Do not share Alli with anyone it was not prescribed for. After taking Alli make sure to lower the fat and calories from your diet. You should take Alli within one hour after a meal that contains some type of fat. You usually take Alli 3 times per day. You must always take Alli with some sort of meal that has fat in it. Be careful though not to over consume fatty foods. Your fat intake should be no more then 30% of your total caloric intake daily. If you skip a meal or take a meal that does not have fat, then skip your Alli dose. Do not double dose to make up for the mixed dose. When taking a diet aid you should also take some type of multi vitamin supplement. Especially one rich in Vitamins A, D and E.

Remember, Alli is meant for obese adults that have always struggled to lose weight. By reducing the absorption of fat by the intestines Alli is reducing your caloric intake without you even knowing it. Alli blocks the enzyme in your body that breaks down fat into smaller components. When fat is broken down it is used for energy or is later stored as fat. By Alli disabling this from happening, the fat moves through the intestines and is eliminated through your bowel movements. When asking people who have taken Alli “what did you think about your results?” A few were happy with the diet pill but all generally only lost about 10 pounds or less. Now these are people who didn’t change their diet or exercise plan. No one complained of any harsh side effects as well. Although some side effects of Alli are embarrassing gas, loose stools or hard to control bowel movements. Never think of Alli or any diet pill for that matter as a quick fix. Going off and on diet pills can lead to future weight gain or gaining even more weight then before. Hopefully, after losing some weight with Alli you will be motivated to continue to eat healthy and exercise. You should take care of your new body and do your part to help in the fight against obesity. Fitness trainers and nutritionists say that weight loss is based on 80% of what you put into your mouth and the rest is exercise. Think about that the next time you sit down for a fattening meal and think of the effects it’s having on your heart and body.

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