Alli diet pills active ingredient is orlistat, which contain a lower dose of orlistat (60mg). Alli are available over the counter (OTC). That means you don’t need a prescription to buy Alli. But just because Alli (Orlistat) is available without a prescription, doesn’t mean you can take it without first consult with your doctor.
Please note that pregnant women can’t take orlistat based weight loss med. And those end-state renal disease (ESRD) or chronic kidney disease (CKD) should not take all. Consumers who take the heart medication amiodarone should speak to their doctor before choosing orlistat based med.
Alli(Orlistat) is easy to find in pharmacies, drug stores, other locations and online store. The lower dose works the same way the higher dose works, so people who take alli (Orlistat) need to follow a low-calorie, low-fat diet and may experience the same side effects as patients taking the higher dose. Dieters are also more likely to maintain their weight loss if they stick to a healthy lifestyle.