Alli is a diet pill that recently got approved by none of than the Food and Durg Administration (FDA). Alli is the weight loss newcomer that is fast finding its place in every drug store in North America. Alli is the first FDA-approved diet pill available without a prescription. Alli is actually a low-dose version of Xenical, a prescription drug that successfully assists obese individuals losing weight. Xenical is taken under a doctor's care while following a low-calorie, low-fat diet. Alli has the same active ingredient call Orlistat, although it is a lower dosage, and is available without a prescription.

So How does the It work?

alli diet pillAlli contains a drug called Orlistat. Basically all it does is absorb the fat from foods you eat every day, from fast food to ice cream. There are two ironies with such a wonder drug:

1- If you already eat quite healthy, then Alli will block your healthy fats such as omega-fatty-acids and Vitamin D.

2- If you don't eat all that healthy, then you'll have to eat as normal while using the Alli Diet Pill .

Alli can help you lose a few pounds more than just dieting and exercise alone. It works by suppressing the body's ability to absorb fat in the intestines. By reducing fat, you reduce calories. When the body is unable to absorb these fats they become undigested waste.

Alli works the best when it is combined with a low fat, low calorie diet and regular exercise. Since sticking to a reduced-calorie diet is tough and since certain foods need to be avoided while using the diet pill.

The Alli diet works best with lower fat diets because the more fat you take in, the more needs to come out the other side. All you need to worry about is eating healthy, reducing the amount of saturated fats in your diet as well as mix that with Alli diet pills. This combined with a healthy exercise routine will do wonders for you body, so hurry up because Summer is almost here!