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Alli 60mg Capsules

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Alli is a 60 milligram tablet that aids in weight reduction. It contains the active ingredient Orlistat. Alli is a weight-loss medication that has been clinically proven to help you lose weight. It helps your body absorb less fat from the food you take in, by reducing the amount of fat that is absorbed. It will stop the intestine from absorbing about 25% of the fat you eat. Alli belongs to a category of medicine this is known as lipase inhibitors.

Only suitable for Adults aged 18 and over, with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 28 or above.

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    • 1. What is Alli 60mg?

    • 2. How does it work?

    • 3. How is it used?

    • 4. How do you store it?

    alli is a non-prescription (Pharmacy-Only) weight loss aid for adults with a BMI of 28 or above who are overweight, want to lose weight, and will commit to healthier eating.

    Orlistat, is the only drug currently available in the UK that is recommended specifically for the management of obesity; it acts by reducing the absorption of dietary fat.

    Orlistat is licensed for use as an adjunct in the management of obesity in patients with a BMI of ≥ 30 kg/m2, or, in individuals with a BMI of ≥ 28 kg/m2 in the presence of other risk factors.

    Treatment with Orlistat may also be used to maintain weight loss rather than to continue to lose weight. After about 12 weeks, discontinuation of treatment with Orlistat should be considered if weight loss has not exceeded 5% since the start of the treatment.

    - Do not store in areas over the temperature of 25°C
    - Keep lid of the container tight to prevent moisture
    - Keep out of sight and reach of children
    - Do not use outside expiry date, expiry date refers to the last do of said month
    - Do not throw away normal household waste, contact pharmacist to ask how to dispose of this safely

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    Alli 60mg Capsules

    What is it used for

    • Alli is for people who are looking to lose weight
    • Alli helps reduce the amount of fat that's absorbed into your body, from the food you eat


    • Suitable for Adults 18 years old and over with a BMI of 28 or higher
    • This medicine isn’t suitable for under 18 years old
    • Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding

    How do you take it?

    • Alli is to be taken with a reduced-calorie, low-fat diet, and it’s important to start this diet before taking this medicine
    • Alli should be taken three times a day
    • Alli should be taken just before, during or up to one hour after meals
    • You should take a maximum of three tablets a day for up to six months, this should not exceed 6 months
    • Do not take more than three capsules a day
    • If your meal does not contain fat, you should not take a dose of this drug as Alli only works by blocking the absorption of fat that you eat

    Possible side effects?

    • Abdominal pain
    • Rapid or frequent bowel motions
    • Oily stools
    • Soft stools or liquid stools
    • Incontinence

    About Weight Loss

    The United Kingdom has around 63% of both male and female adults being classed as overweight. It has also been revealed that obesity is the 2nd largest preventable cause of cancer (only behind smoking). Factors that could have caused this rise in obesity levels in the UK may include the rise in processed foods, lack of knowledge around healthy eating and lifestyle, average prices of healthy foods being higher than that of other countries.

    What causes Weight Gain?

    Weight gain is in the most general term, when an individual eats too much and doesn't move enough. But there are many sub-reasons as to why an individual can gain weight.

    One of the most common causes of weight gain is binge eating. Binge eating is when an individual eats food which contains a high amount of sugar and fats, then does the same thing over and over again once the sugar rush of the previous food disappears. Also the amount of times a day someone eats can lead to weight gain, regardless of whether they are not eating highly concentrated fatty/sugary foods or healthy foods, portion size and frequency all contribute to weight gain.

    Lack of exercise and movement can lead to weight gain. Things like driving to work when a walk is possible, or taking the lift when the stairs are available are small factors that can contribute hugely to an individual's weight. It is recommended that all adults do at least 1 hour of exercise a day, especially when an individual's job means they have to be sitting for large amounts of hours in the day.

    How can Weight Loss be maintained?

    The NHS have listed some ways that you can keep weight off after losing weight. These include sticking to lower calorie eating, planning ahead, staying active, watching your weight by weighing yourself regularly, getting support from other people on a weight loss journey, keeping variety in your life and setting yourself goals. These tips can help you make sure that you don’t lose all the hard work you’ve worked to achieve.

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