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Alli is a weight loss medication intended for overweight adults with a BMI (Body Mass Index) of 28 or more. BMI is a means of finding out if an individual is overweight or has a healthy weight based on their height. Alli can help you shed more weight than dieting alone.
After completing treatment with Alli, you should continue the changes you made to your diet and exercise regime to prevent future weight gain.
You can buy Alli online from Prescription Doctor following a consultation a short consultation with one of our qualified doctors.
Dieting advice should always be taken from a trusted and reliable source. We encourage you to speak to your GP or a qualified dietician for personal advice about dieting and exercise.
Alli is a lipase inhibitor that's supposed to be combined with a low-fat, reduced-calorie diet. Lipase is a pancreatic enzyme that digests dietary fats by breaking them into glycerol and fatty acids that can either be burned for energy production or stored in the body. The body struggles to use excessive dietary fat and stores it resulting in obesity.
Alli's active substance (orlistat) functions by preventing intestinal absorption of ingested fat. Fat that isn't absorbed exits the body through bowel movement.
Alli capsules should be swallowed whole with water three times daily; just prior, during, or up to an hour after eating a meal. Take Alli with each main meal - breakfast, lunch and dinner. This medication shouldn't be taken for more than 6 months, and you should consult your doctor if you haven't lost weight 12 weeks after taking Alli.
Information regarding how much fat you can consume while taking Alli, based on your height and weight, can be found in the patient information leaflet (PIL).
Before taking Alli, it is important to understand the potential risks posed by the medicine. We encourage you to read all the safety information found in the patient information leaflet (PIL) enclosed with your medicine.
Do not take Alli if you are allergic to Orlistat or any of the other ingredients of Alli listed in the PIL.
Stop taking Alli and seek emergency medical attention if you experience an allergic reaction after taking it.
Signs of an allergic reaction include:
Alli (Orlistat) is not suitable for everyone. If you are unsure whether it is safe for you to take Alli, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist for advice.
Do not take Alli if you:
Speak to your doctor before taking Alli if you are taking:
Do not take Alli if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, speak to your GP or a qualified dietician for appropriate weight loss advice.
All medicines carry the risk of side effects, though not everybody experiences them.
Very common side effects (may affect more than 1 in 10 people):
Common side effects (may affect up to 1 in 10 people):
Other side effects (frequency not known from available data):
This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. Further information regarding the safety of this medicine can be found within the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine.
If you experience any side effects, whether listed above or in the patient information leaflet, speak to your doctor or a pharmacist for advice.
Always keep medicine out of the sight and reach of children and pets.
Do not discard of expired or unwanted medicine via household waste or water waste (flushing down the toilet). Ask a pharmacist to safely discard of your expired or unwanted medicine on your behalf.
Never share your medicine with anyone else, even if they are experiencing the same symptoms or condition as you.
If you forget to take Alli when you should, take the missed dose if it's less than an hour since the last main meal. Skip the missed dose if an hour has already passed since your last meal, and continue with the prescribed dosage - don't take more to make up for missed dosage.
If you take more than 3 Alli capsules, consult the doctor as soon as possible.
Alcohol and Alli interaction is unlikely, but reducing or avoiding alcoholic beverages is advised as they can hinder weight loss due to their high calorie content.
Orlistat is unlikely to interfere with your ability to drive or operate machinery.
No. Orlistat isn't an appetite suppressant.
Alli is more effective when coupled with a healthy lifestyle. Exercise regularly and eat a nutritious, balanced diet when taking Alli and continue with this trend to prevent weight gain.
Begin with your diet a few days before starting Alli treatment to allow your body adjust to the lifestyle change.
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