Alli (Orlistat) 60mg Tablets

£39.99

  • Healthy Weight Loss Aid
  • Active Ingredient: Orlistat
  • Blocks Fat From Being Digested
  • Buy With Confidence From UK Registered Pharmacy
  • Includes Free Prescription

Alli is a healthy weight loss pill that works by blocking one-third of the fat eaten from being digested. Just taking one Alli tablet with each of the three main meals per day could help you to lose up to 50% more body weight than with dieting alone.

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Alli Tablets

Alli Tablets are used to help adults whom are overweight and have a body mass index (BMI) od 28 or more. Alli Tablets should only be taken by adults over 18 years of age and used alongside a low calorie, low fat diet.

See more on BMI at NHS.co.uk

Alli Slimming Tablets

Alli Slimming Tablets can be purchased over the counter and do not require a prescription. Alli Slimming Tablets are a healthy weight loss pill that works by blocking one-third of the fat eaten from being digested.

Alli Weight Loss Tablets

Alli Weight Loss Tablets are usually safe for most people to take but there is a small number of people who should not take Alli Weight Loss Tablets. Do not take Alli Weight Loss Tablets if:

  • You are allergic to orlistat or any of the ingredients of this medicine
  • You are pregnant or breast-feeding
  • You are taking ciclosporin, used after organ transplants, for severe rheumatoid arthritis and some severe skin conditions
  • You are taking warfarin or other medicines used to thin the blood
  • You have cholestasis (condition where the flow of bile from the liver is blocked)
  • You have problems absorbing food (chronic malabsorption syndrome) diagnosed by a doctor

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Alli 60mg Tablets

There are some medications that should not be taken with Alli 60mg Tablets. You should not take Alli 60mg Tablets with the following medicines:

  • Ciclosporin
  • WarfarinT

The female contraceptive pill can become less effective if you get severe diarrhoea while taking Alli 60mg Tablets you should use an alternative method of contraception. There is a full list of medications you should be careful taking while taking Alli 60mg Tablets in the patient information leaflet.

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Alli Weight Tablets

Alli Weight Tablets work by reducing people with their weight loss goals. Alli Weight Tablets active ingredient orlistat attaches itself onto enzymes in the stomach. It then breaks down the fat that is present in the stomach, before it can be digested and stored as excess weight.

How Many Alli Tablets A Day

You may wonder How Many Alli Tablets A Day should be taken. How many you take depends on how often you eat a full explanation on How Many Alli Tablets A Day you should take is listed below. If you are ever unsure How Many Alli Tablets A Day you should be taking please contact your GP for further advice.

Alli Tablets How To Take

Alli Tablets How To Take instructions should be followed at all times ensuring the Alli Weight Tablets maximum dose is not exceeded. Alli Tablets How To Take instructions are:

  • Take one tablet whole with water three times day during mealtimes. It can be taken one hour before, during or an hour after the meal to be effective
  • Don’t take it if you are having a meal without any fat or if you skip a meal. Also, you should not take the medication more than three times a day
  • In addition, you should take a multivitamin once a day to ensure your body is absorbing enough vitamins A, D, E and K once a day at least 2 hours before or after taking Alli, such as at bedtime. A multivitamin that incorporates all of these vitamins is Centrum Advance

Alli Tablets Side Effects

Taking this medicine exactly how as instructed should prevent Alli Tablets Side Effects from happening. If you are worried about any of the Alli Tablets Side Effects listed below you should contact your GP for advice.

Alli Slimming Tablets Side Effects

Alli Slimming Tablets Side Effects may occur, but this does not mean everybody gets them. Some Alli Slimming Tablets Side Effects are:

Serious side effects

  • Bleeding from the rectum
  • Diverticulitis
  • Pancreatitis
  • Skin blistering
  • Gallstones, causing stomach pain

Very common

  • Flatulence
  • Sudden bowel motions
  • Fatty or oily stools
  • Soft stools

Common

  • Stomach pain
  • Runny/liquid stools
  • Anxiety

A full list of Alli Slimming Tablets Side Effects is available to read in the patient information leaflet which can also be viewed in the further information section below.

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How to Use

How do I take Alli?

The Alli tablets should be swallowed whole with water three times day during meal times. It can be taken one hour before, during or an hour after the meal to be effective. Don’t take it if you are having a meal without any fat or if you skip a meal. Also, you should not take the medication more than three times a day.

In addition, you should take a multivitamin once a day to ensure your body is absorbing enough vitamins A, D, E and K once a day at least 2 hours before or after taking Alli, such as at bedtime. A multivitamin that incorporates all of these vitamins is Centrum Advance.

Side Effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them.

Tell your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible if you do not feel well while you are taking Orlistat.

The majority of unwanted effects related to the use of Orlistat result from its local action in your digestive system. These symptoms are generally mild, occur at the beginning of treatment and are particularly experienced after meals containing high levels of fat. Normally, these symptoms disappear if you continue treatment and keep to your recommended diet.

Very common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people):

headache
abdominal pain/discomfort
urgent or increased need to open the bowels
flatulence (wind) with or without discharge
oily discharge, oily or fatty stools
liquid stools
low blood sugar levels (experienced by some people with type 2 diabetes)
upper respiratory infections
flu (influenza)

For a full list of side effects see the manufacturers patient information leaflet.

Further Information

Further information can be found on the manufacturers
Paitient Information Leaflet and printed if required.