Until recently Xenical has been the only option to lose weight for obese people. Before it had been prescribed and sold to extremely overweight patients, but now this product is available in its over the counter version called Alli. Both Xenical and Alli have one active ingredient Orlistat which exiles fat.
How safe is Xenical?
During meal times a pill of Orlistat can decrease the amount of fat being absorbed by up to 30 per cent. It drives out fats naturally therefore helping to lose weight.
Xenical sounds great for people who find it difficult to stick to a healthy diet or have no time for exercising. Nevertheless, the active supplement Orlistat is usually prescribed to severely overweight people whose body mass index is 30kg/m2 or more. Therefore, if you are not obese then Xenical or Alli might not be the right solution for you. In either way, you are advised to consult your doctor before taking these drugs first, because of unpleasant side effects they have.
What are the side effects of Xenical and Alli?
Some of side effects produced by these products are quite dangerous. Those include loss of bowel control which results in uncontrollable anal discharges, liver inflammation and even fatigue. So, Orlistat based pills may not be the product of choice for all overweight people.
Are there any safe working alternatives?
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