Alli Weight Loss Pills

Are you thinking about using Alli?

Have you tried to lose weight only to regain it at a later date? Do you find dieting difficult? Would you like to change to a healthier lifestyle? Can Alli help me to lose weight? This guide is here to answer these and any other questions you may have about Alli. It contains all the information you need to make an informed decision about the Alli weight loss programme.

If you are trying to lose weight and are considering Alli then we hope that this guide will give you a greater understanding of what this weight loss drug does, its benefits and side effects.

Alli weight loss programme

What is ‘Alli?’ Alli is a weight loss pill which when combined with a healthy diet and exercise results in sensible weight loss. It is designed to be used as part of an overall slimming programme.

Alli is the brand name of Orlistat – an anti-obesity drug which prevents fats from being absorbed in the body and reduces calorie intake. This reduction in calories causes your body to burn body fat which leads to weight loss.

How does Alli do this?

Easy to understand approach to Alli

Find out how Alli works in this comprehensive guide. This guide discusses all aspects of Alli weight loss pills and is structured as follows:

  • Obesity
  • Diet pills
  • What is Alli?
  • Should I take Alli?
  • Preparation for Alli
  • How Alli works
  • Using Alli
  • Alli side effects
  • Alli FAQs
  • Glossary
  • Links

This guide is here to help you learn more about Alli and why it has become popular with people who are trying to shed those excess pounds. It is aimed at people who have a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 28 and above who want to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Alli is a ‘diet pill’ which is seen as one answer to the growing obesity problem in the UK. Diet pills are part of the multi-million pound slimming industry which offers a range of weight loss solutions to a captive audience. Find out more about diet pills within this guide.

Alli can be taken by people who are clinically obese as well as those who are overweight. But what is the difference between being overweight and obesity?

Obesity and Alli

Obesity is a major problem in the UK which is continuing to rise. No-one is exempt from this: children as well as adults are affected and the government is all too aware of the costs –both human and economic if this state of affairs is allowed to continue. Alli can help people who are classed as obese as well as those who are carrying a few extra pounds.

The issue of obesity is discussed further within this guide.

A structured and objective look at Alli

Alli weight loss pills form part of an overall weight loss system which includes setting a goal, tracking your progress, devising healthy recipes, taking exercise and receiving feedback and support. This guide takes a logical approach to Alli, which includes a look at what Alli is, whether you are a suitable candidate for Alli and how to use it.

How safe is Alli?

This guide includes a section about side effects which do happen although only in a small percentage of cases. All forms of medication cause side effects and Alli is no different. This is something to be aware of when considering whether to try Alli or not. However, Alli is regulated by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) which means that it is considered safe to use by the general public. The issue of safety and side effects of Alli is discussed in greater detail within this guide.

The final sections of the guide include a look at the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) about Alli and a glossary of medical terminology used.

Medical terms have been used but are accompanied by either a description or a link to the glossary section.

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