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Orlistat is marketed as a medical drug especially used for treating excess obesity. With obesity among the top health problems in most developed nations, experts are of opinion that the best way to treat obesity is through inhibiting the absorption of fat from food. Orlistat has been proved to treat obesity and help reduce weight and thwart other illnesses associated with it including heat disease, diabetes, some types of cancer, etc. The main aim of the powerful medication is to act as a lipase inhibitor such that even if you have taken a lot of fat in your food unaware, the drug does its work and reduces the absorption of large quantities of fat into the body system. The drug is sold to the consumers under two names, one in the name of Xenical manufactured by Roche while the others under the name of Alli and produced by GlaxoSmithKline. The drug works in two ways the first is it blocks a large portion of the fat that you eat in your meals and the other by thwarting the risk of regaining weight that you had earlier lost.
Experts believe that the benefits of the drug are seen as more effective if you combine the dosage with your regular workouts or physical activities. If you have added another step of taking a reduced-calorie diet then the results would be even better.
You should bear in mind that the fat content of your daily diet should not be more than 30% of your daily calorie. It is perhaps the first step to keeping your body restricted on the fat content. Again, you should take your dose as per the instruction of your doctor.
It is noteworthy in this context, that Xenical can prevent 1/3 of dietary fat while Alli prevents ¼ fats in the body per tablet or capsule. Again, Xenical is pretty expensive when compared with Alli and the former is available as prescription medicine while the latter is an over-the-counter medication. The reason is mainly due to FDA rules in countries where Xenical is supplied.
Not everyone can take Orlistat dosage due to its side effects and if they are undergoing treatments for one or more medical conditions. For people with good immunity, doctors prescribe the dose 3 times daily which is either taken along with the meal or one hour after eating your food.
Side Effects of Orlistat
If you are allergic to the medicine you may not take it and so also if you are pregnant. If you have taken an overdose then you may need emergency medical attention. It is advisable not to take extra medicine if you have skipped the medication at the scheduled time.
You should also avoid a high-fat diet if you are taking this medication. You must not take Orlistat if you have a gallbladder problem or you have an organ transplant or even if you are overweight. Your doctor is the best person to give you advice as she may ask whether you have kidney stones, pancreatitis, thyroid disease, or liver disease which can complicate the problems further.