As one of the most popular and widely advertised weight loss supplements on the market, I would expect to see a lot of great results from Alli.
Alli is an FDA approved over-the-counter weight loss supplement and is a brand name of Orlistat. Since it encourages gradual weight loss rather than rapid-fire fat burn, I was very interested to see how it works and whether it would be worth considering.
I also wondered whether, since Orlistat is known for its power, it would be safe and have no harmful side effects. Though Apidexin is known for its effectiveness, it has not gotten quite the same notoriety that Alli has and I wondered why.
The easiest way to discover that is to look into the ingredients a little more.
Of course, the Alli ingredient that gets the most notoriety is Orlistat. Alli uses a milder dosage of Orlistat, which is also used as a prescription drug to treat obesity. It works to block fat from being absorbed by the body and helps to promote the effects of a low-calorie, low-fat diet and regular exercise.
Though there aren’t any other active ingredients in Alli, there are a few inactive ingredients. These are simply fillers or artificial dyes, and include Fd&c Blue no. 2, Edible ink, Gelatin, Iron Oxide, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Povidone, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Starch Glycolate, Talc, and Titanium Dioxide.
I was a little surprised to see only one active ingredient, but since it is as potent as it is, it makes sense that other types of active ingredients aren’t included in Alli. Any other types of active ingredients may interfere with the effectiveness of Orlistat.
Alli Side Effects
Recently, Alli has updated the labels on their product due to rare but severe cases of liver injury. They mention that if you develop itching, yellow eyes or skin, dark urine or loss of appetite that you should stop using it and tell your doctor.
Other side effects include: gas with an oily anal discharge, loose stools or diarrhea, more frequent bowel movements, or hard to control bowel movements. These, while not necessarily dangerous, can be very embarrassing.
The manufacturers do note, however, that you can avoid these side effects if you continue to eat meals that are low in fat.
Though Orlistat has been FDA approved, it seems that it doesn’t do much to promote weight loss other than working to push fat straight through your system. This causes a lot of discomfort, as well as a lot of potentially embarrassing situations.
It is true that the manufacturers say that these effects are diminished if you eat foods that are low in fat, but they are still possible.
If you would like to avoid these types of situations but still need help dieting, it may be a good idea to look for supplements that suppress appetite. Apidexin utilizes proven ingredients in order to help you get the results you’re looking for without causing embarrassing side effects.
Since there are other options that do not produce uncomfortable side effects, I would not recommend Alli.
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