All About Alli : What are the Side Effects of Alli?

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What are the Side Effects of Alli?

If used properly, you will most likely not experience any unfavorable side effects when you take Alli.

But proper use doesn't begin and end with taking the pill. There's a lot more to it.

Depending on how you eat now, you may have to drastically change your diet. The literature provided in the Alli starter kits advises that you consume a reduced-calorie diet of meals that average 15 grams of fat each.

The makers of Alli refer to it as "a weight loss program that works with you, not for you." Your success (and avoiding side effects) on Alli depends on the changes you make to your diet. They call these potential problems "treatment effects" rather than side effects.

If you eat a meal that contains too much fat after taking Alli, you will experience some very unpleasant side effects, including: loose stools, too-frequent stools, uncontrollable bowel movements, or gas with an oily discharge.


How Do I Learn More?

The makers of Alli have published a book called The Alli Diet Plan that will help you learn to take Alli correctly and plan appropriate meals to eat in conjunction with its use.

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Please note that this content is provided for informational purposes only and does not imply endorsement of this product.

Please consult your doctor before taking this -- or any other -- weight loss supplement.


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