Losing Weight With Alli
Alli, the FDA approved diet pill which is sold over the counter, has made a huge splash at just about every drug and discount store in the United States. So much so, that there is a companion book to go along with the pill which helps the users choose foods that are low in fat. Well, it's not only sound advice to eat low-fat for a number of reasons, but eating high fat foods while taking Alli can prove to cause very bad side effects. The pill, which contains the same ingredients found in Xenical, but with only half the strength, blocks about twenty-five percent of the fat ingested by the user. Too much fat though causes people to experience bloating and oily diarreah. Sorry, but there is no nice way to put it. In any event, although this may seem like the answer to the prayers of anyone struggling to lose weight. People should seek assistance from their physicians when taking this or any other diet pill so you can get maximum results, with minimum discomfort.