Alli pills is an inhibitor of the gastro-intestinal lipases used for the treatment of obesity. It contains an active ingredient Orlistat.
A mechanism of the action of Alli pills consists in the disorder of enzymes which dissolve animal and vegetable fats. Lipases turn fats into fatty acids and transfer it through tissues and cells. A consumption of food rich in vegetable or animal fats causes a surplus of the fatty acids in the body, so that fats are accumulated under the skin and coat the internals.
Alli pills prevent the absorption of fats from the gastro-intestinal tract, so that they are excreted from the body intactly. It shows great results in combination with a low-carb diet and favors slow but safe weight loss.
Unlike stimulants of the central nervous system, Alli pills do not inhibit hunger but act only in the gastro-intestinal tract. Therefore, it does not cause severe side effects and it can be used even by teenagers over 14 years old.
Indications for the use of Alli Pills
In what dose is Alli used?
Alli capsules are used during meals but not more than 3 times per day. A one-time therapeutic dose of Alli is 60 mg. The Alli 60 mg capsules should be taken with a glass of water and during or after meals. If you forgot to take the medicine during meals, do not take the double dose next time.
If food does not contain animal and/or vegetable fats and consists of protein or cellulose, the use of Alli 60 mg may be skipped.
Alli pills should be used for at least 3 months in order to see a stable therapeutic effect.
Recommendations for the use
- Patients under 14 years old should not take Alli because there is not data about the safety of Orlistat in patients under 14 years old
- Alli is contraindicated during allergy to Orlistat and syndrome of malabsorption
- The use of Alli breaks the absorption of fats and fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. It is necessary to make up a lack of vitamins by means of taking vitamin complex.
- Due to the disorder of the absorption of the fat-soluble vitamins, Alli is not recommended during pregnancy. But if your doctor prescribed you a vitamin complex and allowed taking Alli, its use will not affect a fetus
As fats are not absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract during the use of Alli, be ready that the use of these capsules will cause some side effects such as frequent defecation, diarrhea, flatulence, oily discharges, and headache.
The side effects are weak and completely disappear during the prolonged use of Alli.
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