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  • freddyboy
    started a topic Appetite control

    Appetite control

    Is the primary purpose of Alli to help you eat less and eat better? I know it's not going to give you energy or anything. So it's more of a "watch what you eat" kinda program, I guess?

  • tara
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    Originally posted by bigbobby View Post
    Personally, Alli worries me a little. It sounds like it works but it also sounds like it's easy to get side effects. I wouldn't really go on it, even though its OTC, unless my doctor said I should.
    I feel the same way. If a pill is really going to mess with your diet, even if it's OTC, I would certainly ask a medical professional, even a pharmacist at the very least!

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  • bigbobby
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    Personally, Alli worries me a little. It sounds like it works but it also sounds like it's easy to get side effects. I wouldn't really go on it, even though its OTC, unless my doctor said I should.

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  • Ron
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    It is a more of "watch what you eat" program. You do need to ingest fat when you take Alli but no more than 15 grams of fat per meal. Fat blockers don't mean that you can eat as much fat as you want. They simply block the portion of a small percentage of the fat you eat, instantly turning it into waste. So you don't want to eat too much fat or you'll find yourself on the toilet a lot and with really not fun (and rather embarrassing if you're in public) symptoms.

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  • char
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    It doesn't actually make you eat less. What it does it is blocks a percentage of the fat you eat from being digested, so you just expel it from your body as waste instead of it adding to your calories and other stored fat, etc. That's all it does. It won't give you more energy or suppress appetite.

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