Alli

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Alli or Orlistat has been an easy way to lose weight-take the pill with your meals.

Its primary function is preventing the absorption of fats from the human diet by acting as a lipase inhibitor, thereby reducing caloric intake. It is intended for use in conjunction with a healthcare provider-supervised reduced-calorie diet.[4]

When a doctor prescribes orlistat, it’s called Xenical. If you get it without a prescription, it’s called Alli, which has half of Xenical’s dose, and it’s approved for long-term use? 

Side effects include abdominal cramping, passing gas, leaking oily stool, having more bowel movements, and not being able to control bowel movements.

These side effects are generally mild and temporary. But they may get worse if you eat high-fat foods.

Rare cases of severe liver injury have been reported in people taking orlistat, but it’s not certain that the drug caused those problems.

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