• More effective than dieting alone
  • Stops the absorption of fat
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Alli (generic Orlistat) is a weight loss medication that prevents around a third of fat in the food you eat being absorbed by your body. The unabsorbed fat is not digested and therefore passes out of the body in your stools.
When used in conjunction with a low-calorie, low-fat diet and regular exercise, most people usually expect to lose around 5% of their original body weight over a 12 week period.
One 60mg capsule should be swallowed whole with water three times a day with each main meal. It should be taken immediately before, during, or up to one hour after a meal. It is intended to be used alongside a low calorie, low fat diet and with an exercise plan.

Alli acts upon the food that is consumed, so there is no need to take a capsule if you omit any main meals or eat meals with no fat.

If no weight loss occurs after 12 weeks, we would advise you stop taking Alli and contact your doctor for further guidance.
As with all medications, there may be side effects, although many people may not experience any.  Side effects include urgent need of toilet facilities and/or more frequent visits, fatty/oily stools, oily anal discharge, flatulence, headache and stomach pains.
Quantity 60mg
84 Capsules £39.99

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