Alli Diet Programme - One Month Supply
Alli is the first pharmacy-licensed weight loss treatment available over the counter in the UK. For this reason, Alli is not the same as other weight-loss pills. Alli has been properly tested and licensed by the regulatory authorities.
- Alli is a gradual weight loss pill to be taken along side a low fat diet and regular exercise.
- Suitable for those with a BMI over 28.
- 84 Capsules is a 28 days supply (providing you take 3 capsules every day).
Alli is for use in overweight adults of 18 years or older.
It is to be used alongside a reduced-calorie, low-fat diet.
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Alli works within the digestive system and is not absorbed into the bloodstream. When you take an alli capsule, it binds to some of the enzymes in the gut that digest fat. This prevents some of the fat from being digested, which in turn helps you to lose weight.
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One Alli capsule should be taken with each of your 3 meals per day, within one hour of eating.
You should follow a low-calorie, low-fat diet with alli.
See our dietary advice
page for more information about what to eat with Alli.
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You must not exceed the dosage of 3 capsules per day.
You should only take alli if your body mass index is at least 28. We have a BMI calculator
to help you to work this out.
When you purchase Alli from Express Chemist, you must enter your Body Mass Index in the condition description box on the questionnaire that pops up when you add it to your basket. Your Body Mass Index must be 28 or higher, otherwise we will not be allowed - by law - to supply you with Alli.
If you do not follow the recommended dietary advice
, then you may experience runny, oily stools.
You should not take alli if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Children under 18 should not take alli. You should seek medical advice before taking Alli if you are taking warfarin, medicine for diabetes, are being treated for thyroid disease or are taking oral contraception.
You should not take alli if you are allergic to any of its ingredients (see below). You should also not use alli if you are taking cyclosporine or have been diagnosed with a condition that prevents you from absorbing food.
Active Ingredient: Orlistat 60ml.
Inactive Ingredients: FD&C Blue No.2, edible ink, gelatin, iron oxide, microcrystalline cellulose, povidone, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium starch glycoate, talc, titanium dioxide.