Alli Chewable 27mg Diet Pills
GSK have just released their popular weight loss product, Alli in a new chewable tablet format.
Prior to Alli appearing on the market there were two choices that prospective dieters could make – prescription diet pills available only from a doctor and non-prescription that could be purchased without restriction from either a chemist or the internet.
Alli is a sort hybrid – Alli is prescription grade diet pill but can be purchased without the need of a GP prescription.
Alli is manufactured by GSK and is considered to be the best selling and most controversial non prescription diet pills.
What is Alli – Is It Worth Taking
Alli contains a reduced strength diet drug Orlistat. Orlistat is the chemical compound that is found in Xenical, the brand name that is a popular choice by many GP when prescribing a diet pill to patients.
Xenical is not prescribed on a whim or at request, there has to be a real concern over a patients health from a weight perspective to be offered a prescription.
When Alli was initially introduced, the main issue was one particular side effect that was discussed in the many forums on the internet. This side effect was called the “Alli Oops” and was in effect an embarrassing anal leakage problem.
Alli has a mechanic of action that prevents fat from absorbed – the fat that is not absorbed has to go somewhere and is of course expelled via bowel movements.
The problem here is that the bowel movements often happened without warning!
Alli at the time was billed as the “miracle diet pill” but its far from miraculous, It’s a diet capsule designed to be taken with a sensible diet programme to help your own weight loss efforts.
Alli has gone on record by claiming that using the product in tandem with a reduced calorie, lower-fat diet can boost your weight loss by 50%.
It is suggested that for every 2 lb (1 kg) you manage to lose from eating healthily, adding Alli can help you lose 1 lb (1/2 kg) more.
Alli is highly recommended
Where To Buy Alli
Alli is available to buy both online and fro high chemists. Although it does not require a prescription it does require a questionnaire to be completed, which is only around 10 easy to answer questions.
Buying online is by far and away a less complicated procedure and also a tad more discreet.
At the moment authorised UK online pharmacy Chemist Direct have the best price on the new Alli 27mg chewable tablet.