Alli Weight-Loss Aid, Orlistat 60mg Capsules, 90-Count Starter Pack

August 2, 2010 by  
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  • FDA approved weight-loss aid for overweight adults
  • Includes an individually tailored online plan that teaches people healthier eating habits
  • Alli binds to gastric and pancreatic lipases blocking absorption of 25 percent of consumed fat
  • Undigested fat is excreted from the body instead of being turned into fat
  • Can help an individual lose 50% more weight than with dieting alone

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Alli Weight-Loss Aid, Orlistat 60mg Capsules, 90-Count Starter Pack


5 Responses to “Alli Weight-Loss Aid, Orlistat 60mg Capsules, 90-Count Starter Pack”
  1. medcat2009 says:

    I started taking alli 3 days ago and today was the first time I noticed anything different happening with my body. First, I had to go to the bathroom really bad after my breakfast+alli and there were floating drops of fat. Then, I cannot stop passing really nasty smelling gas, and I’m continuously afraid to pass gas for fear I will pass something more. However, seeing the fat come out kind of makes me happy. Fat is good for you, but I don’t mind sending a bit of it down the shute. This experiment is pretty cool so far. And it does make me watch what I eat a little more. But make sure you don’t just eat empty carbs now, you still need your complex carbs, your lean meat and your veggies and fruits. That’s my goal. I know this is kind of gross, but it’s an honest review from someone who is using this pill. I also checked out […] for info about orlistat before starting. You should do it too. Especially pay attention to metabolism, interactions and adverse events.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. Gwen says:

    Yes, this week I’ve been eating low fat, exercising 1.5-2 hours each day and watching the calorie intake. I also follow Weight Watchers.

    Even though I did not pass the recommended fat intake per meal yesterday, I had an awful surprise this morning. Two changes of clothing and having to wear a maxi pad the rest of the day has me rethinking this diet plan. All of this trouble today for having used 1 tablespoon of olive oil in an entire dish of mostly vegetables and poached chicken last night? geez

    I naturally eat low fat, but wanted an extra something to help get rid of this weight. I’m thinking now that this is not for me. Thank goodness I don’t have a job and was at home.

    Oh and I had to clean the chair I was sitting in as well…keep that in mind before using this product.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. Sean says:

    Alli makes 25% of the fat you consume with your three daily pills indigestible. It also requires that you eat no more than 15 grams of fat at these meals if you want to avoid the “treatment effects”. Therefore, Alli eliminates 25% of 45 grams of fat a day (assuming you eat the max), which is 11.25 grams. As there are 9 calories per gram of fat, Alli eliminates 100 calories a day from your diet. In other words, Alli will knock a pound off you every 5 weeks (there are approximately 3500 calories in a pound of fat). That said, there is more to Alli. Its highly publicized “treatment effects” are in fact its greatest asset. If you’re looking for a surefire way to curb your fat intake, look no further. Fear of soiling your pants is a powerful motivator!
    Rating: 3 / 5

  4. M. Randall says:

    Well here is a cold, honest and disgusting review of Alli.

    I’m not heavy, but i’ve been wanting to shed off about 5 to 10 pounds for the last year now. The problem was I was just too lazy. Well I finally got my act together and started walking an hour a day and eating better. After about a week of doing this (at this time I had shaved off about 1 or 2 pounds) my slightly overweight boss told me about Alli and how he had been using it for about a week and he already felt a couple pounds lighter. My first thought was sure, if this can double the speed of my weight loss i’ll do it. So I quickly went out to a local Kroger to pick up the 60 capsule starter kit. I read the info that came with it that night and started taking the pills the next morning before every meal.

    The first 2 days I didn’t notice any kind of side effects. I thought all the reviews I read on the web were from people who ate nothing but junk because I was eating decent and nothing happened. Well on day 3 after I had my cereal/pill combo in the morning, within minutes I felt kinda gassy and I passed it as usual. Later, when I got up, the inside of my pants felt greesey. Was I sweating? No.. something much worse. Apparently I had passed the 1/4 fat that Alli blocks. Apparently it took about 3 days to finally hit me with the side effects. Needless to say I quickly threw my clothes in the washing machine and took a shower.

    The stuff sure is sneaky… I had no idea thats what was going on down there until it was too late. I’d suggest anyone who has a hard time controlling their gas to not take this pill in public as you may be in for some embarassment. As for me, I now know to hold everything until I get home. The bright side is that i’ve lost more weight since I started this pill and it seemingly works great other then these nasty side effects. The funny thing is that I eat mostly lean meats, wheat bread and swiss cheese since i started my diet and I still get the side effects. I can’t imagine the mess if I took one after eating Pizza or cheeseburgers…

    A weight-loss pill that actually works, and embarasses at the same time!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. A. Popov says:

    I bought Alli and was following the instructions on the package for a month. I had frequent embarassing gas discharges, diarrheas, couple “leakages” (one at important business meeting, the other one while stuck in traffic)and stomach cramps. After all this, I barely lost a pound! I really, really regret making this purchase!
    Rating: 1 / 5