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Alli

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Containing the active ingredient Orlistat, Alli has been medically designed to assist those looking to lose weight. When combined with a low calorie, reduced fat diet, this medication provides an effective weight loss solution for those struggling with obesity.

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alli 60mg

alli
84 capsules (1 month) £23.99
2 x 84 capsules (double pack, 2 months)£47.99
3 x 84 capsules (triple pack, 3 months)£70.99
Expected Delivery Date: Wednesday, 29 March 2017 Expected Delivery Date: Wednesday, 29 March If you order within: In Stock
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Why choose Alli?

Alli is an effective way of managing and controlling your weight. If you’re looking to improve the quality of your life and health, this medication may help you in doing so. Losing weight can not only makes you look and feel great, but it can also protect you from a whole host of related illnesses, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and arthritis.

What dose should I choose?

Alli is suitable for adults aged 18 years or over with a BMI of 28 or higher and it is generally recommended that it is taken three times a day with food. You may need to consult your doctor to confirm which dose is ideal for you or you can contact our experts at Europa for further help and advice.

How should I take Alli?

Apart from being part of a healthy, balance lifestyle, Alli should be taken three times a day immediately before, during or within an hour of a meal. In order for the medication to work, the meals need to contain some fat. If a meal containing no fat is consumed, a dose of this medication will not be required. It is also important to also incorporate exercise as part of your weight loss regime.

How does Alli work?

Orlistat, the active ingredient in Alli, works by preventing your body from absorbing the fat you’ve ingested during meals. The medication works to stop the intestines taking in up to 25% of the fat that you eat. When used in conjunction with a low calorie diet, any fat consumed will be passed from your body via your bowel movements, ultimately helping you to lose weight.

What are the side effects of Alli?

The main side effects of using this medication can be changes to your bowel movements. You may notice your stools become oily, fatty and loose, and you may suffer from abdominal bloating. It is also common to experience the urgent need for a bowel movement. Other side effects may include lower back or side pain, muscle aches and pains, unusual tiredness or weakness, nausea, loss of appetite and headaches. Speak to your doctor or consult our specialists at Europa should you require any further advice.

Patient Information Leaflet

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