Alli Weight Loss Aid Reviews
Description:Diets / Diet Supplements / If you add alli to a reduced calorie, lower fat diet, it can reward your hard work, with 50% more weight loss. So for every 2 lb weight you lose by your own efforts, alli can help you lose a 1 lb more. alli is exciting news for ... more
Alli Weight Loss Aid ... adults (over 18), who are overweight with a BMI of 28 or over who want to lose weight combined with sensible eating. It works by stopping some of the fat you eat from being absorbed and is the first pharmacy only weight loss aid licensed throughout Europe. Due to the way the alli capsules work, it is important to eat a reduced calorie, lower fat diet.
Newest Review: ... pounds for every two pounds you would have lost on a normal diet. However this only works if you actually manage to stick to ... more
Customer Alli Weight Loss Aid Reviews (11)
by - written on 08/07/10, updated on 29/08/10 (Very useful, 142 readings)
I'm sure you will all have heard about Alli by now, either through the adverts, posters, articles, etc. It is the magical blue pill that helps you lose 50% more weight than you would without it. It is also the only medication of its kind that is available without a prescription. It works by stopping about a quarter of the fat in your meals being absorbed, the fat then passes straight through you, thus saving calories and unwanted weight gain. The pill appears to work on percentages rather than a total amount so if you eat a grilled chicken meal containing 16g fat you will pass 4g of fat. Likewise, if you eat a 80g KFC meal you will pass 20g of fat - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 235 readings)
Alli is a weight loss aid, apparently for every 1lb you lose with Alli you'll lose 2lbs more! Alli contains a drug called Orlistat, which helps prevent the absorption of fat from your meals. It is designed to combat obesity and is meant for people with a bmi (body mass index) of 28+. I had a baby a couple of months ago and am getting married at the end of the year so am desperately trying to lose weight. Over the years I have tried Weight Watchers, calorie counting and various diuretics but had seen Alli advertised and thought I would give it a try. I have now been using it for 1 month. I was 13st 2lb when I started and I am now 12st ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 340 readings)
Alli has been branded the 'miracle' diet pill. This review aims to dispell that myth. The main ingredient of Alli is Orlistat. What this drug does, is disables some of the enzymes in your gut that absorb fat. Not all fat. And what goes in, must come out. Orlistat is available on prescription (currently £7.20 per perscription in England) under the name of Xenical. What needs to be stated, is that Alli is HALF the strength of Xenical. The drugs look the same - little blue bullets, but the difference is in the pennys you hand over, and the strength you receive. IF YOU HAVE A WEAK STOMACH - PLEASE STOP READING NOW. YOU HAVE BEEN ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/05/13 (Very useful, 68 readings)
When you've fallen into that cycle whereby you've put on way too much weight, and you haven't got the energy or motivation to get yourself back on track, something like Alli might seem like a good idea. My GP actually put me on these as my weight had shot up following a traumatic life event. Over the counter they are extremely expensive to buy (around £40 - £50 for a 28 day supply) but if your GP feels you need them then you can get them on prescription instead. The idea of this weight loss aid, is that you take one capsule with each meal to help prevent your body from absorbing about a third of the fat you eat. This is supposed to result in you losing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
As you have probably guessed from my previous reviews, I do like to eat some calorie filled food. I'm not in anyway massively overweight, but due to my height (5ft 1), my BMI is over 28. I can't remember when I first heard about Alli... I was perhaps in Superdrug or somewhere and saw the massive Alli cut out display board and its promise for weight loss. I went home to 'google' what Alli was exactly, as you have to be checked by a pharmacist to see if you are eligible to use Alli (health conditions and a BMI of more than 28). They are also not the cheapest of products with 42 pills costing £21.99 on a good day (always offers on Alli Pills). ... Read the complete review
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