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More information about Xenical
Xenical is a clinically proven weight loss drug available to help people with a body mass index (BMI) over 30. Xenical works by preventing up to 30% of the fat you consume per meal from being absorbed and taken to your body's fat stores. It has been proven effective in clinical trials, where it showed that it was possible for participants to lose between 5% and 10% of their body weight during each cycle of use.
Orlistat is a generic prescription treatment that prevents a third of dietary fat from being absorbed by the body. Xenical is the branded version that acts in the same way. Alli is a similar treatment, but with a lower dosage (60mg) and a lower potency, only preventing the intake of a quarter of dietary fat.
Xenical tablets contain the active ingredient orlistat. Once in your body, Xenical works to prevent enzymes from breaking down fat so that it can be absorbed by your digestive system and stored. This means that a third of the fat per meal you consume gets blocked and just passes through your system.
If combined with a healthy diet (preferably with a fat content of around 30% or less) and exercise, Xenical can produce noticeable results within 2 to 3 months. However, if you have lost less than 5% of your starting weight after 12 weeks of treatment, you should consult with your doctor.
The best results come from combining Xenical with a healthy diet (preferably with a fat content of around 30% or less) and exercise. Of course, for long-term results and to maintain a healthy weight, these lifestyle changes should be made permanent.
Even though this treatment is designed to aid weight loss, to maximise effects, and to benefit your health long-term, it is advised to maintain a healthy diet, low in fat. Of course, this should go without saying.
No. Xenical requires a prescription. However, Alli is an over-the-counter alternative that works in the exact same way. Both treatments contain the active ingredient orlistat, which prevents the digestion of fat. Xenical has a higher potency, though Alli is still effective.
Xenical and Alli work in the same way. The active ingredient prevents fat from being digested and allows it to pass straight through your system. The difference between the two lies in their potency. Xenical comes in 120mg pills, and prevents a third of fat from being digested, whereas Alli comes in a 60mg dosage and prevents one-quarter.
Xenical is currently only available on prescription, as 120mg tablets. Using the medication is simple, every capsule should be taken with a full glass of water during, or at the latest, one hour after each meal, three times a day. You should still take a pill even if you feel you have had a meal with low-fat content.
No, Xenical does require a prescription. Luckily, HealthExpress provides a quick and easy prescription service, as well as speedy delivery that can have your treatment at your front door the very next day.
There is a risk factor involved with all treatments, and that is why it's very important to first speak with a medical professional. More common side effects include an increase in bowel movements, flatulence (with an oily discharge) and abdominal pain.
The severity of the potential side effects varies from person to person. This means that while some may have to deal with more severe side effects, others won't experience any at all. Xenical tablets can cause issues in your gastrointestinal tract, which can include an increase in bowel movements, flatulence (with an oily discharge) and abdominal pain.
Orlistat can be purchased as branded Xenical in 120mg pills, designed to prevent approximately a third of fat from being digested. Alternatively, it is available over the counter in a 60mg dosage as Alli. This dosage prevents roughly one quarter of fat intake.
Xenical has been tested thoroughly in clinical studies. In one 2011 study, when compared with a placebo, orlistat caused a significant reduction in weight (5.6% against 2.3%), BMI and waist circumference, cholesterol and LDL levels.
Yes. It always pays to be careful when buying any treatments online. That is why at HealthExpress we stress the importance of our consultation process. One of our in-house doctors will personally review both your symptoms and medical history before recommending a treatment.
Yes. We adhere to the strictest medical and legal practices - our first priority is to your health.
|Description||Xenical is a prescription weight loss treatment that significantly reduces the amount of fat absorbed from meals|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Application||Obese men and women over 18 looking to lose weight|
|Usage||Take 1 tablet 3 times per day (after meals)|
|Drug class||Lipase inhibitors|
|Alcohol consumption||No influence|
|When breastfeeding||Not recommended, ask your doctor for alternatives|
|When pregnant||Can possibly be prescribed, ask your doctor|
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.
Yes, clinical trials have found that up to 70% of people using Xenical (Orlistat) lose 19lbs within 3 months of treatment.
Xenical (Orlistat) works by preventing some of the fat from being absorbed into your body. It works by inhibiting an enzyme that is needed to break down fats.
No, Orlistat (Xenical) targets the fat from your diet by reducing the amount absorbed in your large intestine which prevents you from storing excess fat and causing weight gain. This fat is then broken up and stored for energy use.
How quickly you will see results will vary depending on the individual. However, most patients should have lost at least 5% of their body weight in 12 weeks. If you have not, you should discontinue treatment and seek an alternative.
Xenical (Orlistat) will only work if there is dietary fat to absorb. So if you skip a meal, you should not take it as it will not work.
No, Xenical is not safe for breastfeeding women.
There is no fixed time period for Xenical or Orlistat treatment and you can continue to take it until you reach a healthy BMI. A doctor will regularly review your BMI to monitor your progress. However, if after 12 weeks you have not lost at least 5% of your body weight, treatment should be discontinued.
Yes, Orlistat (Xenical) can occasionally cause hair loss. These efffects should disappear within a few weeks of starting treatment. However if you're experiencing sudden or severe hair loss, then you should speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
It really does help me to lose hen I need to and taken in moderation helps me maintain a fairly ready light weight loss when I need to.Annie M
I just start and I am happy with product, lose 2,5kg in one week.T.A.ANDREA
I wood say that they are very good and follow the right diet which will workChristine M
This has helped me lose weight. Please read the patient leaflet carefully and consider the side effects. You really must keep to a sensible diet!Philippa
Perfect product delivered on timing as expected. Recommended websiteFederico M
Very helpful if used the right way with calorie controlled diet.Mina R
I feel goodMihaela
I've only been on the tablets for a few days , they do really work to loose weightDinkleboo
works quickly and ive suffered no side effectsSharla