People who use Alli...?
How well does it work? Can you simply take it and watch what you eat? Because I don't have time to exercise or anything. How quickly do you lose weight? How do you take it? (How many pills per day..ect.) Does it have any negitive side affects? Any other details I should know?
Asked by Edith Gailis 1 month ago.
I have used Alli for about 2 months now (I got it about 2 weeks after it came out). I don't really have time to exercise, but it helps. I've lost 10 lbs. so far. I'm kinda at a stand still now though. I have been for about 2 weeks. Between work, school, sleep, and a social life, I don't have much time to exercise, and I have school coming up in a week. So that will give me less time to have a social life and to exercise. Alli doesn't get rid of the fat and weight you already have. It only blocks what you eat from when you take it. Only take a pill with your meals and NEVER take more than 3 a day. I have only experienced the poop side effect. LoL. Other than that I don't feel any different. So, if you start taking Alli, be prepared to go to the bathroom at all times. I've never passed gas that leave streaks like some people. I've never crapped myself like I heard could happen. All I've had is the orange fat drops with my stool. I've also had diarrhea with orange fat in it, but I don't know if that was a side effect or if I was sick for a few days. But, overall, I think Alli works. You just have to watch what you eat and commit to a low fat/sugar/calorie diet and watch your portion sizes. When I grocery show now, I never get anything with more than 5g of fat in it. Alli has helped me eat a little healthier. I still wear the same size pants, but they fit a little better (not as tight) and I went from an XL shirt to a plain ol' L. I don't really look like I've lost much weight, but I feel like I have. Which, feeling like you've lost weight just feels good. LoL. Good luck if you decide to try it. All medications and stuff affect people differently. So, my side effects may not be your side effects. Good Luck!! Answered by Sherley Kennett 1 month ago.
Actually I don't think it works at all if you are not going to exercise.. It blocks your fat intake from when you start using the product.. It will help you maintain weight. But you will have to exercise to workout off the fat that you already have on you. It won't do anything for what is already on you..The idea is to help you from putting on any extra fat so you can actually burn what you do have off in exercise. If you dont 'exercise..dont take it. Here are my tips to do weight loss naturally. Okay...I only started last monday...All I do is walk one hour every morning. I wear a calorie counter monitor to loose weight by the numbers. I have already lost one pant size and 7 pounds. And its only been 8 days! I am a woman and have three kids and this is the method I use when I gain weight.. I am now at a size two and everyone is always amazed that I have had three kids. Here it is: Helpful Tips for weight loss: 1)A good way to loose weight is to use a calorie counter watch Keep to a 1,200 food intake Add 1,200 plus 3,500 (equals one pound of fat) ...and that is the total amount of calories you need to burn each day. Its actually really easy once you start watching the numbers and it doesn't seem like work or exercise. Its just a matter of changing the way you think about loosing weight. I use this method when i gain some pounds. The first time I did this I went from 168 to 127 2) Most people do not get enough water in their system. Water is your body's principal chemical component, comprising, on average, 60 percent of your weight. Every system in your body depends on water. For example, water flushes toxins out of vital organs, carries nutrients to your cells and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues. Lack of water can lead to dehydration, a condition that occurs when you don't have enough water in your body to carry out normal functions. To determine if you are getting enough water use this simple formula.. Take your weight, for example 150 pounds and divide by 2. Take your answer which is 75 lbs and change it to ounces, in this case 75 ounces. That is how many ounces of water you need a day. Your body performs mostly on water. If you make sure you get enough water everyday your body will perform at top notch and your body will no longer have the cravings of junk food. You will have a better performing body system to help you work out and feel better thru out your day. Answered by Sulema Scavotto 1 month ago.
I havent used it but i read an article on msn and it says that you have to eat very little fat. It breaks down the fat quicker and passes it through your system. But you have to stay on a low fat diet or else there are extreme consequences. Like going to the bathroom on yourself. Answered by Wai Zmijewski 1 month ago.
Wear a diaper. You will have anal leakage. Answered by Myrna Boeve 1 month ago.
Alli diet pill?
Is this pill only for women? From the looks of their website (myalli.com) they only show pictures of women.
Asked by Yen Pierpont 1 month ago.
Alli is complete junk and very dangerous. Just because the FDA has approved it doesn't make it good or safe. Look at all the recalls and drugs that the FDA has passed as safe in the past that have proven to cause many diseases, illnesses, and even death and deformities. The FDA is not your friend. It caters to the people that pay it's bills, the manufacturers. Here's a good statistic to think about. Last year 10,000 to 20,000 maximum people died of using illegal drugs that included Heroine, cocaine, ecstasy, etc. Last year over 106,000 people died in hospitals that were prescribed Legal, doctor prescribed, correctly diagnosed problems and the correct dosages of the drugs designed to address the specific problems the doctors gave to the patients. That is over 10 times the number of deaths due to legal, FDA approved drugs. Does that sound like our war on drugs is directed at the right people? Does that sound like a very safe system we have? Does that sound like the FDA is keeping us safe? The way Alli works is to bind to fat and cause it to pass out of the body. The heart gets its energy from saturated fats. The heart is surrounded by saturated fats. If you do not get enough fat in your body, the liver will not make good bile. Bad bile causes viscous bile to be made and is then sent to the gallbladder. This viscous bile then crystalizes and forms stones that are hard to pass down the bile duct. When you do not eat fat, take Alli, or eat low fat diets, the bile sits in the gallbaldder and thickens. Now you begin to have gallbladder problems. Your fats do not get digested properly. Just look at all the gallbladder operations being performed today. It's epidemic. Does this sound like a healthy regimen? When enough people have tested the Alli drug for the FDA in the public, and many gallbladders are taken out due to this garbage, watch how fast it is recalled. Look at what they tell you that you are supposed to do when you start taking this garbage. They tell you to wear a diaper or stay close to a toilet for the onslaught. It's a total joke and the manufacturers should be ashamed of themselves for doing this to the public. Profit over health is their motto. good luck to you Answered by Sumiko Luckenbach 1 month ago.
Sky High, Alli is the one over-the-counter vitamin product that were authorised by means of the FDA. The just one. Alli works as a fats blocker and blocks 25% of the fats you have got eaten and removes it while you poop. It will also aid you lose 50% extra weight. Sounds like a miracle capsule now does not it? However, and there's a colossal nonetheless, you have got to make a organization dedication not to eat greater than 15 grams of fats according to meal. Why? Well do not forget that I stated it blocks 25% of the fats you have got eaten, good in the event you consume over 15 grams of fats according to meal you are going to extra-then-most probably have disagreeable facet results. The extra fats needs to be removed a few how and in the event you consume over the 15 grams you'll have an pressing ought to move to the toilet with runny stools or you'll have fuel with an oily recognizing. Alli is secure and potent BUT earlier than taking alli you have got to make a decision whether or not or no longer you'll be able to preserve to the volume of fats that's advocated. If you no longer, then you're no longer going to be too pleased together with your facet results. If you're inclined to make a exchange of fifty% extra weight reduction with alli however consume a decrease fats vitamin than alli might be for you. It's a determination that handiest you'll be able to make. Read extra approximately alli and be wholly sincere with your self. Answered by Kent Depass 1 month ago.
google this product and you will find mixed reviews. They are saying that this pill causes more side effects than it is worth. They (the makers of Alli) make you diet while on this pill and if you diet the same exact way without the pill in the long run you will lose the same amount of weight. Don't waste your money. Answered by Mimi Ouillette 1 month ago.
It' for both...however it comes with a very stinky side affect that makes u poop in your pants if you cheat outside of your diet. I saw talk show about it...that was the main topic..it also mentioned that it was the only diet pill approved by the FDA. Answered by Carmelia Cheater 1 month ago.
Believe it or not, you'd get better results from diet and exercise. When I say diet, I'm mean low carb diet. I promise it works. Answered by Cheree Wankel 1 month ago.
no its for both Answered by Tai Sewald 1 month ago.
New diet pill Alli?
Is anyone planning to go out and buy the new diet pill tomorrow Alli?
Asked by Rosann Terhark 1 month ago.
I think that alli is going to be one of the most popular diet product that you have seen in years. Having the FDA approval is one reason. Second reason is that alli works differently than other diet pills. It works by blocking 25% of the fat you have eaten so that you can't digest it. It doesn't work as a stimulant so it won't make you nervous and won't keep you up at night. However, with alli you do have to make a major commitment to eat a low fat diet. If you have meals that have 15 grams of fat or more you will probably see some unpleasant side effects like the sudden urge to go to the bathroom due to lose stools or gas with an oily leakage. That's why when you purchase alli, you also get access to an alli community with interactive tools, menus, low fat recipes and a forum to ask and answer questions. I don't know if this is available for any size alli (like the trial pack) so you would have to read more about it (it's called myalli). Alli is not going to be for everyone. If you are the type of person who can't pass up a donut or a cheeseburger, then alli probably isn't for you. But if you feel that losing 50% more weight is worth giving up certain foods then alli might be right for you. Only you can make that decision and you have to be honest with yourself when asking yourself can I give up certain foods. Answered by Kyle Oster 1 month ago.
It is dependent how historic you're. If you're an older youngster i wouldnt see a obstacle with it however you will have to seek advice your medical professional first. I am taking them proper now and feature been for approximately four days. I am consuming healthful offerings and feature obvious NONE of the ones facet results, not anything even near. If you dont devour the top fats and greasy meals you then shouldnt have that obstacle. If you're going to move and devour the ones meals then sure assume to have a few injuries or else you will have to be first-rate however this is a lifestyles difference you have got to desire to be healthful and keep commited to it. Hope this is helping. Answered by Colton Half 1 month ago.
I just bought it. If you like we can keep in touch and see how thing go. I am 5 feet 110 pounds. I want to lose 10 pounds. Let see how thing go. I getting fat on the wasist line. My tight are fat. I actually have stop eating all meat accept seafood and veggies. I trying to be a full vegan... I am working hard. My major issue is that I eat a lot of fries. Since become semi veggie last decemeber. Answered by Ivan Nagura 1 month ago.
right now im pregant so no but after i will. i tries the original stuff and it works very well with diet and exersize but there are side effects like if you eat someting verry fatty you maynot beable to hold your stool. so if your willing to work with the pill you will be 100% fine! good luck Answered by Arletha Lepez 1 month ago.
I'm planning on trying it out this Saturday. Hopefully they have the 20 day supply one just to try it out. I don't want to buy a 30 or 40 day supply yet which runs about $73.00. Answered by Wilmer Applewhaite 1 month ago.
You know it really kills me when people have to answer questions with there smart azz remarks. and everybody always trying to tell you what to do with your own body and sell you there crappy way of the health version. I personally have been waiting since January and am glad that it will finally be here tomorrow. I dont know if the last guys answer is correct on the price I am hoping it wont be that much. Answered by Eldon Poulisse 1 month ago.
Cleansing is the best way to lose weight in my book, and you are not putting a bunch of harmful chemicals in you. It actually gets rid of all thatI would for sure look at that site… www.cleansewithcgnj.com.........or or go to nicolasjacobs.isagenix.com It would help you sooo much!!! Answered by Keenan Somalski 1 month ago.
I don't know but from the way you type it sounds like you might need to be first in line. Answered by Cuc Ziolkowski 1 month ago.
The diet pill alli?
ok so im 14 and im over weight, i want to lose weight this summer i work out everyday i run 45 min and do 40 to 30 situps plus play out side alot like swimming im drinking slim fast but i want to try alli, has anyone tired it? does it work? do you think its safe for me to try it?
Asked by Halina Outhier 1 month ago.
alli only works to block fat. So, unless you eat a lot of fat, don't take alli. It is not a weight loss pill. The people who lose weight on alli are typically over-eaters and they lose weight because the fat blockage decreases the excess calories they intake...I have not taken alli but my boyfriend who is a pharmacist told me he was strictly against it. Alli is known to give people diarrhea. I think it even tells you to wear an adult dipper for the first few weeks. So in short, I wouldn't use Alli. I think diet and exercise will be better for you. Also, because of your age, you can't buy diet pills so stick to diet and exercise- it's the only permanent solution. good luck Answered by Shirley Swinger 1 month ago.
Eat raw vegetables not fried Answered by Nelda Hofstetter 1 month ago.
Start your day with eags beacuse eags contains more protein Answered by Leeanne Mckinnie 1 month ago.
try these they might help, drink a energy drink so you can have energy, either go to the doctor and see if he can prescribe you some weigh loose pills (two of my family members used it and it worked) get tested first and let the doctor tell you if he can give them to you or not they have to run test to see if your qualified good luck Answered by Kasi Zaffuto 1 month ago.
Better to avoid diet when you re under a lot of stress Answered by Olen Bartholemew 1 month ago.
Sleep in a cold room Sleeping in a cold room is a best way to force your body to heat itself up for hours Answered by Kirk Aslam 1 month ago.
eat a rainbow of colors have at least one brightly colored fruit or vegetable in each meal and if appropriate eat the skins thats where youll find a powerhouse of antioxidants Answered by Kizzie Fricker 1 month ago.
Consume honey before bed because consumption of honey may help to burn more fat during those early hours of sleep Answered by Connie Sebero 1 month ago.
Eat five servings of fruits and veggies a day Answered by Adrienne Zumbo 1 month ago.
well if ur really working out the way u claim, then u will defiantly lose weight...soo no need to take alli. Answered by Reta Searight 1 month ago.
Alli Diet Pills......?
I need to loose a singificate amount of weight. And friends have been telling me I should try this new pill. I never thought of resorting to medication for weight loss. I figured if I'm gonna do it then I need to not be lazy and just do it. Well I'm just wondering, if anyone out there is using Alli, and if...
Asked by Reanna Cordwell 1 month ago.
I need to loose a singificate amount of weight. And friends have been telling me I should try this new pill. I never thought of resorting to medication for weight loss. I figured if I'm gonna do it then I need to not be lazy and just do it. Well I'm just wondering, if anyone out there is using Alli, and if so does it really work. Also how much is it? Answered by Marry Hatta 1 month ago.
Alli is complete junk and very dangerous. Just because the FDA has approved it doesn't make it good or safe. Look at all the recalls and drugs that the FDA has passed as safe in the past that have proven to cause many diseases, illnesses, and even death and deformities. The FDA is not your friend. It caters to the people that pay it's bills, the manufacturers. Here's a good statistic to think about. Last year 10,000 to 20,000 maximum people died of using illegal drugs that included Heroine, cocaine, ecstasy, etc. Last year over 106,000 people died in hospitals that were prescribed Legal, doctor prescribed, correctly diagnosed problems and the correct dosages of the drugs designed to address the specific problems the doctors gave to the patients. That is over 10 times the number of deaths due to legal, FDA approved drugs. Does that sound like our war on drugs is directed at the right people? Does that sound like a very safe system we have? Does that sound like the FDA is keeping us safe? The way Alli works is to bind to fat and cause it to pass out of the body. The heart gets its energy from saturated fats. The heart is surrounded by saturated fats. If you do not get enough fat in your body, the liver will not make good bile. Bad bile causes viscous bile to be made and is then sent to the gallbladder. This viscous bile then crystalizes and forms stones that are hard to pass down the bile duct. When you do not eat fat, take Alli, or eat low fat diets, the bile sits in the gallbaldder and thickens. Now you begin to have gallbladder problems. Your fats do not get digested properly. Just look at all the gallbladder operations being performed today. It's epidemic. Does this sound like a healthy regimen? When enough people have tested the Alli drug for the FDA in the public, and many gallbladders are taken out due to this garbage, watch how fast it is recalled. Look at what they tell you that you are supposed to do when you start taking this garbage. They tell you to wear a diaper or stay close to a toilet for the onslaught. It's a total joke and the manufacturers should be ashamed of themselves for doing this to the public. Profit over health is their motto. If you want to lose weight, you need to understand why you are not able to do so. You can go to a certified nutritional therapist and they can test you and tell you specifically what nutrients you are lacking and suggest a diet that will help you achieve your goal(s). That is the correct way to do this, not doing a bunch of guesswork and then trying to listen to the so called "food experts" that are nothing more than "hired guns" of the food industry all dressed up to look like they know what they are doing, but just selling you products that damage your body and shorten your life, like Vegetable oils, Soy, Margarines, beef from grain fed cows that are caged in feed lots, etc. good luck to you Answered by Louetta Veenstra 1 month ago.
If you have money for a porta-potty... That's all I hear about these natural diet pills. I'm a believer that all you should do is the natural weight loss pills. My friend tried them and said the side effects were terrible. I would suggest Proactol which is the one I'm on now. It's a great appetite suppressant along with being a fat blocker. All works well for losing weight and contributed to all of my lost weight. Read up about it at theweightlossplace.com where I saved on mine at the time. Good luck and I hope this helps. Answered by Tawnya Imperatore 1 month ago.
I too need to loose a significant amount of weight. I looked into Alli. They actually print a little book for you to purchase and read before you buy. It was like $5 at the grocery store. I'm glad I read it. It says when first taking Alli that it's likely you will have stomach cramps and diarrhea SO STAY CLOSE TO A BATHROOM. If you eat too many grams of fat at one meal you will have stomach cramps and diarrhea. You are allowed only so many grams of fat per meal. You cannot "save them up" and use them all at one meal. It also talked about anal secretions from the medication. I threw the book away as I decided it was not for me. I recommend you do some research before taking this drug. Answered by Shaunna Cheairs 1 month ago.
It's not cheap. I believe it's around $60 or something like that. My sister is taking it and I don't see that it's made a big difference. Then again, she doesn't work out and doesn't watch what she eats. It's not a miracle pill but if combined with a healthy diet and exercise it's supposed to help you reach your goal faster. Answered by Evelina Pallet 1 month ago.
Its $59.99 and dont do it, youre going to waste youre time, theirs alot of side affects and most likely it will not work-and the little chance it does work when you stop taking the pills all of the weight will come right back. Lose weight the right natural way- Cut calories and excersixe and youll see the weight come off Answered by Rod Criscuolo 1 month ago.
restrict your food intake drastically will slow down your metabolism Answered by Yi Hariri 1 month ago.
Teach your kids your selected sport (or have them teach you theirs). Answered by Alina Heady 1 month ago.
Set your computer alarm to ring hourly—stand way up for 1 to 5 minutes each time it goes off. Answered by Anya Cinkosky 1 month ago.
Boost your metabolism with green tea Answered by Whitney Locklar 1 month ago.
Im going on alli on friday, I started to cut my calories back and fat. Has it be hard for anyone?
Asked by Giselle Niblack 1 month ago.
I started taking Alli yesterday (thursday). I started on a low-fat, low-calorie diet on Sunday. I have successfully eaten 5 meals and managed to not "go" on myself at work as other's tell you WILL happen. If you don't start a diet prior to taking the pills (great that you have already started cutting back - you're on the right track!), you will have those nasty side effects. If you eat a lot of fats in one meal, you will have side effects. Alli is not a pill to MAKE you lose weight, alli is a pill to HELP you lose weight. It is exactly what it is advertised as "an alli". It's just there to give us the little boost that we all desperately need when we diet. You will need to still diet the "old fashioned" way which means eating better and keeping active. I have found that keeping a journal of EVERYTHING i have put in my mouth really helps me realize what is high in fat and what is low. I wish you the best of luck and understand how hard the battle of the buldge is for some of us. Answered by Weston Safi 1 month ago.
I would take the negative responses that you get out here with a grain of salt. Many, many people simply oppose taking anything to aid in weight loss and are not afraid to tell you so. Unfortunately we don't all have the metabolism of a 16 year old boy. For the most part people that take Alli don't think it's a magic pill to melt the fat away without any work. If they do believe that, they learn quickly that it doesn't work that way. The bottom line is that your body is different then everyone else'. You may not be able to reach your goals without a diet aid no matter how hard you try. If your weight issues stem from a lack of exercise and a high fat/high calorie diet, then this program will probably work for you. Personally, I find it difficult to eat enough as opposed to eating too much. Either way you really need to strive to follow the guidelines for caloric intake and fat grams. If that means cutting back, then it will be a worthwhile thing in the end. Remember, nothing tastes as good as being healthy feels :) Good luck. Answered by Qiana Passe 1 month ago.
This isn't a "cure all" by any means and there is a lot to consider before taking it. You still have a very restricted diet to follow and slip ups can be embarrassing AND you still have to exercise daily. Even the manufacturer is up front by telling you to wear dark clothing or better yet have a fresh change with you at all times..because of the anal leakage..YIKES!. Some people complain of stomach pains and uncontrolled bowel movements just to name a few...and since this is a very fat restricted diet you will be more susceptible to depression skin problems and brittle hair. Alli could cause a fat-soluble vitamin deficiency. These vitamins include A, D, and E. Alli will also block good fats like Omega-3s. Many experts think this drug is dangerous, especially if it is taken long-term. It might help you lose a little weight but again you have to make lifestyle changes...Good luck...Let us know how you're doing.. Answered by Lashay Linhares 1 month ago.
dont do it! alli blocks your body from absorbing fat, where do you think that goes? out your end. they advise you not to take it while working, becasue you indeed may need a new pair of pants! there have been times where people, yes leaked crap. If you want to lose weight do it the old fashioned way. Cardio. run swim bike anything. And if you want muscle lift and maybe take protein shakes if you're serious, but id look into alli more if i were you. Answered by Hal Smolko 1 month ago.
TWO WORDS: ANAL LEAKAGE and lots of it, even the company tells you this stuff. Do the work without the need of pills I used to weigh 316 pounds last year (march 2006) and now I weigh 230 pounds! I am only 16 years old, I exercise daily and eat healthy. Answered by Delisa Muss 1 month ago.
No it is not hard for everyone. Just do not eat so much and run every morning Answered by Hunter Morago 1 month ago.
What do you think of Alli?
I have bought it, however have not started it yet. I keep hearing mixed things about it. What are your thoughts?
Asked by Francisco Hutcherson 1 month ago.
When I first heard about it a two months ago (give or take) I thought it sounded really interesting, and I was almost willing to try it....until I checked their website. If you haven't read the info on the website, or even in the booklets since you have them, there are a lot of weird and gross side effects if you don't follow the directions closely. One of the biggest turn offs for me was when they mention that you should wear dark clothes, and carry a change of clothes with you at all times, until you know the side effects. Some of the side effects are as follows: Oily stool (imagine looking into the toilet to see oil..gross!) Orange colored oily dischage If you feel you have to fart...DON'T DO IT!! Run to the bathroom...it could be discharge And this was just some of the side effects the site listed. Basically, if you haven't done your research yet, the pills block your bodie's fat absorbtion. You are limited to 15 grams of fat per meal. Anything over that and your body won't absorb it. So it's got to go somewhere else. Where? Out. By any ways necessary. I'm sure the pills work great for those who have a lot of will power, but if you aren't the slightest bit serious about losing weight, and if you don't think you can or will follow the directions "to the T", then I probably wouldn't even think about trying the pills. Answered by Fermin Pieffer 1 month ago.
I started taking it about 2 months ago and it is not a bad pill to take if you are committed. You have to reduce the amount of fat that you eat or you will have side effects as listed on the instructions. It is not a medication where you will drop ten pounds if you don't exercise and eat right and it states that you will only lose a pound or two a month. So far I have lost about ten pounds but I am not sure how much of that is contributed to the pill or the changes that I have made in my diet and exercise routine. It is better than some medications in the sense that it is only absorbed through your digestive system and not the blood stream so it doesn't cause any other side effects besides stomach issues *sick tummy*. It is not a bad medication but you have to be committed to change. Answered by Benton Palis 1 month ago.
It's shown to cause pre-cancerous lesions and cancerous tumors in the colons of laboratory animals. Does it list that as a side effect?? Well, it should. Answered by Kory Kanda 1 month ago.
Have you tried Alli..?
does it work?
Asked by Diedra Pysher 1 month ago.
Lisa M, I tried to get to that website but it won't open, any suggestions. Answered by Austin Cortinas 1 month ago.
does it work better if you take it with all meals even if healthy like salads ect. or only ones that contain some fat?
Asked by Emmanuel Beall 1 month ago.
Since Alli only blocks fat, it doesn't really do anything when you take it with healthy (non-fatty) meals. Although the label says to take it with each meal, I think that's just a marketing ploy to get you to use up your supply faster. I only use it when I eat an extra fatty meal, like a big rib eye steak or something, or Mexican food (greasy enchiladas with cheese, etc.). So, it may just be a waste of money to use it on healthy foods that are low in fat. Concentrate on using it when you are "bad" :-). Although the prescription form (Xenical) worked better, Alli does work. Answered by Leonard Bodon 1 month ago.
I started taking Alli as of this past Saturday and been following the program. It tells you that for best results to take it with each meal. I've been taking it with each meal even the ones that don't have fat. But honestly to tell you the truth, I'm going to start taking it only with food that contains some fat. Because if you think about Alli blocks most of your vitamins of your food and if you eat fat free meal, then why waste your money on that extra pill? Especially if the 60 pills are only good for 20 days if you take them three times a day. I also have been restricting myself to fatty foods because I'm really afraid of the so called treatment effects. Remember to exercise and you will be fine. Feel free to msg me if you would like. Answered by Leeanna Gallow 1 month ago.
I think you are to take it with all meals for it to work properly . the key word here is think Answered by Oretha Plescia 1 month ago.
I had a baby last year and I'm still breast feeding (hence the weight gain)....
Asked by Verdell Woodling 1 month ago.
Hi! I havent tried alli- but i have used ( on many occassions ) Xenical. xenical is the stronger version to alli. First thing- Alli has no big side effects, since it works only in your gut and it NOT absorbed into your blood. What it does is prevent fat from being absorbed from the food that you JUST ate. So , i would suggest you only use the tablet if you just had some greasy food. if you just had a salad it wont make sense taking it since there isnt any fat to block!! The major problem is the leaky oil that "comes out" when you use the washroom. Be sure to wear a panty liner ( just in case) besides that, i would actually recommend xenical since it blocks 30% of fat, whereas alli only block 25% Answered by Delora Hartling 1 month ago.
Alli (orlistat) works by decreasing the amount of fat that gets absorbed from your food intake. Alli can bring down the fat absorption by up to 30%. The person above said that alli has no big side effects, but unfortunately these do come with some side effects, mostly GI related (nausea/vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, etc.). As to its effects on breastfeeding, there aren't any data available to show that the drug is safe during breastfeeding. I would recommend staying away from this drug, and look for better options to lose weight. Answered by Francene Kincy 1 month ago.