Alli Action Mechanism
Alli has the ability to treat obesity in overweight individuals and simultaneously relieve its associated risk factors such as diabetes, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia or high triglyceride levels. A gastrointestinal lipase inhibitor by nature, Alli inactivates the enzymes responsible for hydrolyzing dietary fat thereby blocking its digestion and resulting in weight loss.
Weight loss is made much easier with the aid of Alli thereby filling your life with zest and activeness. The usual recommended dosage of Alli is one 60 mg tablet taken thrice a day with every meal containing some fatty foods (not exceeding 30% of total caloric intake) or can be taken one hour before meals.
Unlike other appetite stimulants or suppressants Alli has no effects on your heart rate, liver, brain or sleep. The safety and efficacy of Alli even in low doses has grabbed many eye balls and is also found to have indirect effects on treating heart disease, stroke, hypertension, osteoarthritis, diabetes and some cancers.
As the case with every drug, Alli also has some precautionary measures which when followed can result in its full benefits. Alli is usually not recommended if you suffer from gallbladder disorders, chronic mal-absorption syndrome, other medical complications or taking any other weight loss medications. It should also be not taken if you are allergic to any of its components.
Alli Side effects
Common but mild side effects of Alli include headache, fever, stuffy nose, cough, chills, sore throat, problems of teeth or gums, back pain and mild skin rash.
While serious side effects of Alli that require urgent medical help if symptoms persist for longer time include stomach pain, increased bowel movements, jaundice, rectal pain, oily or clay colored stools, weakness, dark urine and severe allergic reactions.