Lose Weight Safely and Effectively


Lose Weight Safely and Effectively With Slimming Aids & Orlistat

Hi. I wouldn’t say I’m obese but I could certainly do with losing a few pounds. I’ve changed my diet and have started exercising more regularly but I’m not seeing any results. It’s really demoralising so I’m now considering diet pills - which medications would you suggest I try? Thank you.

Before you start with slimming aids or any form of weight loss treatment, the first thing you need to do is to work out your BMI, or Body Mass Index. Many people these days think they’re overweight because of the size 0 models we all see in magazines and on TV, where in fact, quite often their BMI actually reveals they are at a perfectly healthy weight for their height.

Working out your BMI is a simple process; just divide your weight in kilograms by your height in metres, and then divide the answer by your height again to get your BMI. For example, if you weigh 60kg and your height is 1.65m, divide 60 by 1.65, which equals 36.36. Then divide 36.36 by 1.65 to get your BMI, which in this case is 22.03.

If your BMI is under 30, weight loss treatments aren’t recommended, rather a healthy low-calorie diet and plenty of exercise. However, if it is over 30 there are some really effective treatments available.

There is unfortunately no miracle cure to weight loss. There are all sorts of slimming aids and treatments available on the internet, but to ensure safety and of course results, we would recommend using one of following three main brands.


Orlistat, a generic and often cheaper version of the Xenical and Alli treatments mentioned below, is a popular prescription treatment which works by blocking enzymes from absorbing fat into the body, thus aiding with weight loss. Although effective, I have to stress that to see desirable results, as with all weight loss treatments, it’s recommended that it be incorporated with a healthy diet and regular cardio-vascular exercise. To see our available Orlistat treatment, click here - https://www.medicines2u.com/orlistat-120mg-treatment.html


Alli, a branded form of Orlistat, is a renowned and extremely popular over-the-counter dieting pill. It works in the same way as Orlistat, except it’s about half the strength. However, it can still help prevent in the region of 25 percent of the fat you intake being absorbed into the body. As it isn’t quite as strong, diet and exercise play an even more important role in achieving the desired results. You can buy Alli online today at Medicines2u - https://www.medicines2u.com/alli-weight-loss-capsules.html*


Xenical is another branded form of Orlistat. It is a prescription based treatment that works by preventing your body from absorbing fat from the food you consume. Our digestive systems are full of enzymes known as lipases which help us break down and digest fat. Xenical attaches to these lipases and blocks them from breaking down some of the fat you have consumed. If you opt for Xenical, ensure it is taken with meals to get the best results. And once again remember to incorporate it with a low-calorie diet and lots of exercise. To purchase Xenical today, click here - https://www.medicines2u.com/xenical-120mg-treatment.html

With all of the weight loss treatments mentioned, absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and nutrients are also inhibited. As a result, we would recommend taking multivitamin tablets containing vitamins A, D, E, K, and beta-carotene once a day.

You can buy Alli online, along with the other treatments mentioned above, but before you start using any slimming aids, make sure you thoroughly read and understand the label directions, dosage and possible side-effects. If you’re still unsure about which treatments to use, you can always ask our in-house pharmacists, or consult your local GP.
Good luck and I hope you’re successful in your endeavour. Keep us informed of how you get on.

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