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Alli Review It was about a year ago from this time that TV shows and magazines were bombarded with advertisements heralding Alli as some sort of "wonder pill." In the history of diet pills there has not been so much hype about q single product. When it was released, millions rushed to the stores to try this new "miracle diet pill." Today, for some reason, you don't hear much about Alli. The hype has subsided and millions of consumers and experts have agreed that Alli is an OK diet pill with side effects that will make your life a living hell. The "living hell" part is not an exaggeration; I will hit this point later. What is Alli? Alli is a toned down version of the prescription pill, Xenical. It works right in the gut to reduce the amount of fat absorbed during digestion. If you eat a lot of fatty food, Alli will help you shed some weight and still eat those greasy foods (with some crazy side effects). However, if you don't eat a lot of fatty foods and are like most carb-lovers, Alli will do absolutely nothing for you. It only stops fats. If you are already on a diet, Alli is most likely not for you. Here's a question for you: if the fat is absorbed, where does it go? This is where the Alli topic gets downright dirty. I mentioned the idea negative side effects earlier, but what are they? Are you ready? It's pretty gross. The most common side effect is unexpected, sudden, and explosive diarrhea. Literally pooping your pants. So while you're at the drug store picking up your Alli, you may want to be like the Astronaut Lisa Nowak and buy yourself some diapers. Alli users are having to carry an extra pair of pants wherever they go - seriously! That's pretty gross. I was once an Alli customer. This story is embarrassing, but it will help you understand my frustration and angst toward Alli. My first day using Alli I wore Khaki pants to work. I know, big mistake. That same morning I ate fat-filled breakfast at McDonalds--a Sausage McMuffin combo meal. Another mistake. During the afternoon, I felt pretty sick. I was in the process of bending over to get a drink of water and all I will say was that there was a leak in one of my pipes and EVERYONE could see it. It was a disgusting oily discharge--the actual fat left behind. I had to go home to change my pants. It was very embarrassing. To this day I still can't eat sausage McMuffins. Here is an actual Alli review posted on I took Alli for a little over 2 months. I am a very healthy eater and exerciser. I exercise and weight train 4-5 days a week. I too carry about an extra 20 lbs with me. In the first week of taking this i lost about 6 pounds, after that, I gained it all back and a little more while still working out and

eating healthy. I had oily gas and cramps, and underwear was ruined (even when I ate salad sometimes!). I HATE this pill. I thought it would finally be something that could help me and yet again I was let down. I don't recommend it."

That is a very mild example of the type of reviews we receive. Is Alli safe? In my opinion, not quite. Since Alli is a non prescription pill, anyone can buy it at any time. Alli can be very dangerous when mixed with prescription medication. It will either enhance or diminish the effects of the medicine you are currently taking. This will not be a problem for most people, but the "what if" is probably lingering in the back of your mind. The Conclusion I do not recommend the fat blocker Alli. I would stick with the more convention at burner/appetite suppressant. If you can withstand the runs, go ahead and try Alli. You'll actually probably lose a few pounds and a few pairs of pants to go along with them.

Dan Johnson is a contributor to

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