Lipase Inhibitors

Orlistat Diet Pill Side Effects

The side effects of Orlistat diet pills are few and far between, provided you heed the dietary recommendations of this drug. Generally, Orlistat is a pretty safe drug for weight loss. The most common problem on Orlistat is a “grumbling” gut. The Orlistat diet pill prevents digestion and absorption of fats which then have to traverse the full length of the intestine on “their way out”. Abdominal pain, nausea and...

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Orlistat Diet Pill Review

Orlistat diet pills are one of the safest drugs for weight loss. Information on Orlistat indicates that the compound interferes with the absorption of fat in the stomach and the intestine. This drug binds with and inactivates the enzymes (lipases) that help with digesting fats. With no enzymes to breakdown dietary fats into absorbable components, the gut is prevented from sucking up the fatty content of a meal. The undigested fat is...

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Xenical Side Effects!

Side effects of the Xenical diet pills are associated mostly with its site of action – the gut. Oily spotting, flatus with discharge, fecal urgency, fatty/oily stool, oily evacuation, increased defecation & fecal incontinence are a few gastrointestinal side effects generally associated with this drug. These and other commonly observed adverse reactions were generally mild. Over a period of a week most people get used to...

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Xenical Diet Pills Review

Xenical diet pills belong to the class of weight loss drugs that work by inhibiting fat absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. Each Xenical diet pill is a capsule with 120 mg of white to off-white crystalline powder (these capsules also contain some inactive ingredients micro-crystalline cellulose, sodium starch, glycolate, sodium lauryl sulfate, povidone, and talc). How does Xenical work? Xenical inhibits the enzyme lipase that...

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