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Alli 60mg Capsules – Orlistat 60mg, 84 Capsules

Clinically proven to boost your weight loss

alli can help you lose more weight by 50%

Combine with a calorie-controlled diet

Stops fat being absorbed during digestion

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Alli 60mg Capsules – Orlistat 60mg, 84 Capsules

Looking to lose weight? alli 60mg capsules can help! This peripherally acting antiobesity product is designed for use in adults aged 18 and over who are overweight, with a body mass index (BMI) of 28 or above. alli works by preventing the absorption of dietary fat, allowing it to pass through your system without being metabolized. This action not only helps you lose weight, but can also reduce the amount of fat in your bloodstream, which can lead to health benefits like lower cholesterol levels. When used along with a reduced calorie, lower-fat diet, alli can help you achieve your weight loss goals!

Why should I lose weight?

Being overweight increases your risk of developing several serious health problems such as diabetes and heart disease. These conditions may not cause you to feel unwell so you should see your doctor for a general health check.

How does alli 60mg Capsules work?

The active substance, orlistat, in alli is designed to target fat in your digestive system. It stops about a quarter of the fat in your meals from being absorbed. This fat will pass out of the body in your stools. It is therefore important that you commit to a lower-fat diet to manage these effects. If you do, the action of the capsules will assist your efforts by helping you to lose more weight compared to dieting alone. For every 2 kg (4 lb) you lose from dieting alone, alli might help you lose up to 1 kg (2 lb) more.

Can someone who is pregnant or breastfeeding use Alli 60mg Capsules?

If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, do not use alli capsules

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What is the price of Alli 60mg Capsules in Nigeria?

The price of Alli 60mg Capsules is N38,500

Where can you buy Alli 60mg Capsules In Nigeria?

You can Buy Alli 60mg Capsules at Asset Pharmacy Lagos Nigeria, Nigeria\’s Largest Online Pharmacy.

 

 

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How to Use

How to use Alli 60mg Capsules

Preparing to lose weight

  1. Choose your start date

 

Choose the day you will start taking the capsules ahead of time. Before you start taking the capsules, begin your reduced calorie, lower-fat diet and give your body a few days to adjust to your new eating habits. Keep a record of what you are eating in a food diary. Food diaries are effective, because they make you aware of what you are eating, how much you eat, and give you the basis to make changes.

 

 

  1. Decide on your weight loss goal

 

Think about how much weight you want to lose and then set a target weight. A realistic goal is to lose between 5% to 10% of your starting weight. The amount of weight you lose may vary from week to week. You should aim to lose weight at a gradual, steady pace of about 0.5 kg (1 lb) per week.

 

  1. Set your calorie and fat targets

 

To help you reach your weight-loss goal you need to set two daily targets, one for calories and one for fat. For further advice see Further helpful information in the blue pages

 

 

 

Taking alli

 

Adults 18 and over – Take one capsule, three times a day.

– Take alli just before, during or up to one hour after meals.

This usually means one capsule at breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Make sure your three main meals are well balanced, reduced calorie, and lower-fat.

– If you miss a meal, or your meal contains no fat, do not take a capsule.

alli does not work unless there is some fat in the meal.

– Swallow the capsule whole withwater.

– Do not take more than 3 capsules a day.

– You can keep your daily dose of alli in the blue carry case (shuttle) included in thispack. – Eat lower-fat meals to reduce the chance of diet-related treatment effects (see section 4). – Try to be more physically active before you start taking the capsules. Physical activity is an important part of a weight loss programme. Remember to check with your doctor first if you have not exercised before. – Continue to be active while taking alli and after you stop taking it. 31 How long should I take alli for? – alli should not be taken for more than sixmonths. – If you do not lose weight after taking alli for 12 weeks, see your doctor or pharmacist for advice. You may need to stop taking alli. – Successful weight loss is not just about eating differently for a short period of time before reverting to your old habits. People who lose weight and maintain the loss make lifestyle changes, which include changes to what they eat and how active they are.

Product Details

Product Information of Alli 60mg Capsules

What you need to know before you take alli

Do not take alli If you are allergic to orlistat or any of the other ingredients of this medicine (listed in section 6). – If you are pregnant or breast-feeding. – If you are taking ciclosporin, used after organ transplants, for severe rheumatoid arthritis and some severe skin conditions. – If you are taking warfarin or other medicines used to thin the blood. – If you have cholestasis (condition where the flow of bile from the liver isblocked). – If you have problems absorbing food (chronic malabsorption syndrome) diagnosed by a doctor. Warning and precautions Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking alli. – If you have diabetes. Tell your doctor who may need to adjust your anti-diabeticmedicine. 29 – If you have kidney disease. Talk to your doctor before taking alli if you have problems with your kidneys. The use of orlistat may be associated with kidney stones in patients suffering from chronic kidney disease. Children and adolescents This medicine must not be taken by children and adolescents under 18 years old. Other medicines and alli alli may affect some medicines you have to take. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken or might take any other medicines. Do not take alli with these medicines – Ciclosporin: ciclosporin is used after organ transplants, for severe rheumatoid arthritis and some severe skin conditions. – Warfarin or other medicines used to thin the blood. The oral contraceptive pill and alli – The oral contraceptive pill may be less effective if you get severe diarrhoea. Use an extra method of contraception if you get severe diarrhoea. Take a multivitamin every day if you are taking alli – alli can lower the levels of some vitamins absorbed by your body. The multivitamin should contain vitamins A, D, E and K. You should take the multivitamin at bedtime, when you will not be taking alli, to help ensure that the vitamins are absorbed. Talk to your doctor before taking alli if you are taking – amiodarone, used for heart rhythmproblems. – acarbose, (an anti-diabetic medicine used to treat type 2 diabetes mellitus). alli is not recommended for people taking acarbose. – a thyroid medicine (levothyroxine) as it may be necessary to adjust your dose and take your medicines at different times of the day. – a medicine for epilepsy as any changes in the frequency and severity of your convulsions should be discussed with your doctor. – medicines to treat HIV. It is important that you consult your doctor before taking alli if you are receiving treatment for HIV. – medicines for depression, psychiatric disorders or anxiousness. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist when taking alli – If you are taking a medicine for high blood pressure as it may be necessary to adjust your dose. – If you are taking a medicine for high cholesterol as it may be necessary to adjust your dose. alli with food and drink alli should be used along with a reduced calorie, lower-fat diet. Try to start this diet before beginning treatment. For information on how to set your calorie and fat targets, see Further helpful information in the blue pages in section 6. alli can be taken immediately before, during a meal or up to one hour after a meal. The capsule should be swallowed with water. This usually means one capsule at breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you miss a meal, or your meal contains no fat, do not take a capsule. alli does not work unless there is some fat in the meal. 30 If you eat a high-fat meal, do not take more than the recommended dose. Taking the capsule with a meal containing too much fat may increase your chance of getting diet-related treatment effects (see section 4). Make every effort to avoid any high-fat meals while taking alli. Pregnancy and breast-feeding Do not take alli if you are pregnant or breast-feeding Driving and using machines alli is unlikely to affect your ability to drive and use machines. alli contains sodium This medicine contains less than 1 mmol sodium (23 mg) per capsule, that is to say essentially ‘sodium-free’.

Side Effects

Side Effects of Alli 60mg Capsules

Possible side effects

Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Most of the common side effects related to alli (for example, wind with or without oily spotting, sudden or more frequent bowel motions and soft stools) are caused by the way it works (see section 1). Eat lower-fat meals to help manage these diet-related treatment effects. Serious side effects It is not known how frequently these side effects occur Severe allergic reactions – Signs of a severe allergic reaction include: severe breathing difficulties, sweating, rash, itching, swollen face, rapid heart beat, collapse. è Stop taking the capsules. Get medical help immediately. Other serious side effects – Bleeding from the back passage (rectum) – Diverticulitis (inflammation of the large intestine). Symptoms may include lower stomach (abdominal) pain, particularly on the left side, possibly with fever and constipation – Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas). Symptoms may include severe abdominal pain sometimes radiating towards the back, possibly with fever, nausea and vomiting – Skin blistering (including blisters that burst) – Severe stomach pain caused by gallstones. – Hepatitis (inflammation of the liver). Symptoms can include yellowing skin and eyes, itching, dark coloured urine, stomach pain and liver tenderness(indicated by pain under the front of the rib cage on your right hand side), sometimes with loss of appetite. – Oxalate nephropathy (build up of calcium oxalate which may lead to kidney stones). See section 2, warnings and precautions. è Stop taking the capsules. Tell your doctor if you get any of these. Very common side effects These may affect more than 1 in 10 people 32 – Wind (flatulence), with or without oily spotting – Sudden bowel motions – Fatty or oily stools – Soft stools è Tell your doctor or pharmacist if any of these side effects gets severe or troublesome. Common side effects These may affect up to 1 in 10 people – Stomach (abdominal) pain – Incontinence (stools) – Runny/liquid stools – More frequent bowel motions – Anxiety è Tell your doctor or pharmacist if any of these side effects gets severe or troublesome. Effects seen in blood tests It is not known how frequently these effects occur (frequency cannot be estimated from the available data) – Increases in the levels of some liver enzymes – Effects on blood clotting in people taking warfarin or other blood-thinning (anti-coagulant) medicines è Tell your doctor that you are taking alli when you have a blood test. Reporting of side effects If you get any side effects talk to your doctor or pharmacist. This includes any possible side effects not listed in this leaflet.

Learn to deal with alli effects related to your diet or fat intake

The most common side effects are caused by the way the capsules work and result from some of the fat being passed out of your body. Such effects typically occur within the first few weeks of using the capsules, before you may have learnt to limit the amount of fat in your diet. Such diet-related treatment effects may be a signal that you have eaten more fat than you should have done. You can learn to minimise the impact of diet-related treatment effects by following these guidelines: – Start your lower-fat diet a few days, or even a week, before you begin taking the capsules. – Find out more about how much fat your favourite foods typically contain, and the size of your portions. By familiarising yourself with portions you will be less likely to accidentally exceed your fat target. – Distribute your fat allowance evenly across your meals for the day. Do not “save up” fat and calorie allowances and then splurge on a high-fat meal or dessert, as you may have done on other weight loss programmes. – Most users who experience these effects find that they can manage and control them by adjusting their diet. Do not be concerned if you do not experience any of these problems. This does not mean that the capsules are not working

Ingredients

Product Ingredients of Alli 60mg Capsules

What alli contains

The active substance is orlistat.

Each hard capsule contains 60 mg of orlistat.

The other ingredients are: – Capsule filling: microcrystalline cellulose (E460), sodium starch glycolate, povidone (E1201), sodium laurilsulfate, talc. – Capsule shell: gelatin, indigo carmine (E132), titanium dioxide (E171), sodium laurilsulfate, sorbitan monolaurate, black ink (shellac, iron oxide black (E172), propylene glycol). – Capsule band: gelatin, polysorbate 80, indigo carmine (E132).

How to store

How to store Alli 60mg Capsules

Keep this medicine out of the sight and reach of children. – Do not use this medicine after the expiry date which is stated on the carton and bottle after “EXP”. The expiry date refers to the last day of thatmonth. – Do not store above 25°C. – Keep the container tightly closed to protect frommoisture. 33 – The bottle contains two sealed canisters containing silica gel to keep the capsules dry. Keep the canisters in the bottle. Do not swallowthem. – You can also keep your daily dose of alli in the blue carry case (shuttle) included in thispack. Discard any capsules stored in the carry case for more than one month. – Do not throw away any medicines via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how to throw away medicines you no longer use. These measures will help protect the environment.

Patient Information Leaflet

Click here  for the Patient Information Leaflet of Alli 60mg Capsules

Delivery

Delievry time are estimates. Can vary due to the time of day you order.

Delivery time estimate are subject to the courier company.

Shipping to Lagos cost starts from N1850 Next day delivery

Shipping to Rest Of Nigeria – 2-3 days cost starts from N2000

Shipping to Rest of Africa –  5-7 working days Cost starts from N12000

Shipping to Europe 7 – 14 working days Cost srats from N18000

Shipping to Rest of the world – 7 – 14 days Cost starts from N18000

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