Alli Weight Loss Aid, which if you didn’t know already is the only over-the-counter product that uses orlistat as it’s primary ingredient.
This time, we’ll take a look at one of the weight loss pills currently in the market, identify the side effects associated with it and how it can affect you in the long run, and determine if this is for you. I’m talking about the Alli weight loss pill.
According to manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline’s website, the Alli weight loss pill was approved by the FDA for over-the-counter use in 2007. Since that time, millions of people have used it to lose weight. The Alli weight loss pill, or Xenical Orlistat as it’s known in prescription form, is recommended only for those who are medically labeled as obese or who are at least 25 pounds overweight.