Alli - New Food/Supplement Research Paper: AlliTM Weight...

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New Food/Supplement Research Paper: Alli™ Weight Loss Product Alli is the first over-the-counter weight loss supplement to be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), no prescription required. Intended to be used with a low- calorie, low-fat diet and plenty of exercise, Alli is targeted at obese adults who wish to lose weight at a gradual pace. Inside our digestive tract there is an enzyme, lipase, which helps to breakdown dietary fat into smaller components or pieces that can later be used for energy or stored for when needed. With Alli, lipase is disabled thus preventing the fat breakdown. Since undigested fat cannot be stored, it simply passes through bowel movements. When using Alli, take the supplement with fat- containing meals, with the typical three meals a day. Because of the way Alli works, it is recommended that your meals combined do not exceed more than 15 grams of fat. If they do, unwanted consequences will happen, which will be discussed shortly. Does Alli really work? Studies and customer reports have shown that
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