What is alli?
alli (Orlistat) is a weight loss pill (lipase inhibitor) that blocks 25% of the fat from your intestines and so that it is not absorbed into your body fat mass.
After I eat a fatty meal and take one of these bad boy’s I’m expelling out an unrecognized orange oil the next day and, depending how much I ate, the day after that.
They had to take the over-the-counter version off the market about a year ago because the Chinese mimicked it and GlaskoSmithKline took it off the market for safety purposes. Who knew what were in those chinese pills!
I’m rambling. The bottom line is that alli is a product that works like it says it does and allows me to have my indulgences without any worries. And it’s safe – even my doctor takes it!
You can read more about it in ‘Hallelujah!! My alli in Weight Loss is Back!’.