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Xenical

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 3.2/5 (3 votes cast)

Xenical is a weight loss drug that is available only by prescription from a licensed doctor or other healthcare professional. It is manufactured by the Roche pharmaceutical company. It is typically prescribed for individuals who are obese in order to help them to lose weight when they have been struggling to do so.

As a drug meant only for obese individuals, Xenical will be prescribed to patients whose Body Mass Index (BMI) is greater than 30, and whose weight puts them at greater risk of conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease, high cholesterol, and diabetes. Without the proper BMI, you will not be prescribed this drug. This is because there is a risk of serious and potentially life threatening consequences if it is taken by individuals who are not significantly overweight.

Xenical helps with weight loss by blocking the absorption of up to a third of the fat that is consumed in foods. The fat that is not absorbed during digestion as a result of the use of this drug is expelled from the body with the rest of its waste. This product has been proven effective in clinical studies.

The primary active ingredient in Xenical is Orlistat. Its high performance in clinical studies makes many doctors and patients confident of the efficacy of this drug. Unfortunately, as a prescription drug, it is also associated with some unpleasant potential side effects. These include abdominal pain, headaches, trapped wind and flatulence, diarrhea, low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia), and anxiety.

As Xenical works by blocking the absorption of some fat by the body, there is a risk that some nutrients will not adequately be absorbed, either. This is because many vitamins and minerals are fat soluble and are therefore absorbed by the body through fat digestion. Therefore, your doctor will likely advise you to take a form of multivitamin on a daily basis along with the use of this medication.

Your doctor will also likely recommend a lower-fat diet while you take Xenical because the more fat you eat, the more will be sent out of the body through defecation. Excess fat in the stool can lead to the side effects relating to gas, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. For this reason, it is advised that you carefully follow the doctor’s instructions for taking this pill, and consult him or her if you need advice relating to the foods that should be consumed and those that should be avoided.

Alli

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 2.3/5 (2 votes cast)

Alli is a diet supplement manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, a major pharmaceutical company. It is formulated to help dieters with their weight loss efforts. This pill has received FDA approval and is available over the counter, without a prescription from a doctor.

The pills are sold online at a number of different online and brick-and-mortar pharmacies, as well as at the official website, where the 60 capsule starter bottle cost $44.99 at the time of this review. According to that same site, Alli is an “anti-obesity wonder drug” and it claims to reach its maximum efficacy when it is taken along with a healthy well balanced diet and a regular daily exercise program.

The primary active ingredient in Alli weight loss pills is Orlistat (also known as Xenical), which is found in some prescription weight loss drugs. This pill works by decreasing up to a quarter of the body’s ability to absorb fat from the food that is eaten every day.

That said, there are some side effects associated with the use of a fat absorption blocking pill such as Alli. These can include loose stool, excessive flatulence, and vitamin deficiency. In order to minimize those effects, doctors will typically recommend that patients taking this pill will consume a diet that is lower in fat, and will take a daily multivitamin to avoid deficiencies of nutrients that are lost through the decrease in fat absorption.

The official website for Alli claims that the way it works is that the use of this supplement can change the process by which triglycerides are broken down by the body. One of the pancreatic enzymes responsible for the breakdown of fats so that they can be absorbed into the body is blocked. This stops the fat from being able to be absorbed.

Alli is designed for both obese women and men, as well as for people who are overweight to the point of being almost obese.

Many patients appreciate that this pill does not require a prescription because it means that they can make their purchase without having to make an appointment. That said, it does have FDA approval, which gives many customers a sense of security over the safety of the pill (when properly used) over the hundreds of products that do not have this approval. However, it is still recommended that you speak to your doctor before undertaking any weight loss effort to make sure that you will be making the most effective and healthiest choices for your medical needs and expectations.