The active ingredient — Orlistat, that acts in your gut, stopping enzymes that break down fats from doing their job properly. Specifically, Orlistat inhibits pancreatic lipase, meaning fats can pass undigested through the body, reducing the number of calories you absorb. When you take an orlistat-based medicine with a meal, about 30 percent of the fat you consume won’t be broken down in your gut. Instead, it is eliminated through bowel movements (basically, you poop it out). That means people taking orlistat should eat a low-fat diet, since any extra fat you consume will just be pooped out.
Some research studies suggest that the average weight loss associated with orlistat is roughly 5.3 kg (11.68lbs) over one year [or more] of treatment. Which means, you’ve got to stick to follow a low-fat, low-calorie meal plan, and exercise regularly.
If you insist to take orlistat ingredient medicine, you can effectively get slimming body and to be healthier. Regular exercise is also necessary.