Xenical Action Mechanism
Attaining a physically fit body is made a cake walk due to the significant implication of Xenical medication. It executes its action by acting as a reversible inhibitor of gastrointestinal lipases, exerting its activity in lumen of stomach and small intestine through formation of a bond with gastric and pancreatic lipases. As a result, Xenical inactivates these enzymes making then unavailable to hydrolyze dietary fat thereby exerting a positive effect on weight control.
Xenical keeps the excess weight off in obese individuals and the usual recommended dosage is one 120 mg tablet thrice a day with each meal containing some fat (maximum 30% of total calories of that meal). Xenical is usually prescribed during or within 1 hour after a meal and maintains weight while eating low calorie diet.
Xenical can work wonders in treating individuals with BMI greater than or equal to 30. One can also trust Xenical if they have lost that extra flab but wants to keep the weight issues at bay.
Obese individuals can rely on Xenical to obtain physically fit figure by just keeping in mind some precautionary measures. It is usually not recommended in allergic, children younger than 18 years of age or after consuming high fat containing meal. Also Xenical should not be taken in case you have any serious eating disorders or health ailments.
Xenical Side effects
Common but mild side effects of Xenical include headache, fever, cold or flu symptoms, back pain and mild skin rash.
While serious side effects of Xenical include vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, stomach pain, itching, loss of appetite, gas with discharge, loose stools, increased number of bowel movements, rectal pain, fast heart rate, jaundice and severe allergic reactions.