Alli is a weight loss aid that has been approved by the FDA and has been shown by clinical trials to dramatically improve weight loss potential. The best part is that Alli, by Glaxo Smith Kline, is available without a prescription.
Alli is a version of the prescription strength anti-obesity drug Xenical (sometimes known as Orlistat). It has a very good safety record and has been studied quite thoroughly.
Like Orlistat, Alli works best when taken in combination with a good diet and exercise program. Though most people will see results with a change in diet alone, exercise is always encouraged.
Alli users are encouraged to eat a low-fat diet and to follow a good weight loss program. Most users will lose on average 12.4 pounds over the course of six months. In clinical studies the placebo patients lost only half this amount.
Alli works by reducing the absorption of fat by the body. More fat is expelled by the body through natural processes while taking this supplement. Continue reading