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trying

York, NE

#1 Oct 26, 2007
Has anyone tried the new pill "ALLI"?
If so, please tell me what you think.
Also, does anyone know if there is any difference in the "starter pack" pills and the "refill pack" pills? If anyone has purchased the starter pack, could you tell me what the actual main ingredient is and what mg. or % it is? Thanks for your input.
no name

Lincoln, NE

#2 Oct 26, 2007
I have a friend who takes it... she says it make her s**t wesson oil! hahahaha
if you read

Lincoln, NE

#3 Oct 27, 2007
If you read the disclaimer, that if you eat greasy or fatty foods it makes you have oily farts and the shits so it suggests you wear dark pants.
Read everything before you take it.
i have

York, NE

#4 Oct 27, 2007
I've had success. It holds you accountable for what you eat. You can prevent the side effects. I love it.
trying

York, NE

#5 Oct 27, 2007
i have wrote:
I've had success. It holds you accountable for what you eat. You can prevent the side effects. I love it.
Do you know if there IS a difference in the starter pack and the refill pills? I'm glad you are doing good with it. So far I am too.
trying

York, NE

#6 Oct 27, 2007
PS, I have had NO side effects.
Eight Ball

York, NE

#7 Oct 28, 2007
Is this available over-the-counter or is it a prescription? I haven't heard of it yet.
trying

York, NE

#8 Oct 28, 2007
Over the counter. I did find out there is no difference in the starter pack and refill pack, as far as ingredients, but you get more pills in refill pack, without the starter pack information booklets. Starter pack..less pills, refill pack, 120 pills. $49.00 vs. $68.00 (Wal-mart)
Bill Callahan

United States

#9 Oct 28, 2007
Just like Xenical, the drug takes out most of the fat from the meals you eat. You will have sudden rushes to the bathroom to splurt out orange looking grease. The grease does float atop the water. It's amazing how well this does work, however, it will stain clothes if you don't make it to the restroom on time. Most insurances will not cover this, they categorize this drug with obesity which they do not cover which is just one of many things insurance won't cover even though we pay high premiums.
notdorkfish

Lincoln, NE

#10 Oct 29, 2007
i use the jen fe power patch. i have been using it since april '06. have lost over 75lbs. so far. am going crazy trying to find any of my old clothes that fit me. i have to keep buying different clothes every 3 or 4 months. there is a lot too the patch that one must do to get the weight loss effects.

Since: Mar 07

Live Oak, FL

#11 Nov 1, 2007
notdorkfish wrote:
i use the jen fe power patch. i have been using it since april '06. have lost over 75lbs. so far. am going crazy trying to find any of my old clothes that fit me. i have to keep buying different clothes every 3 or 4 months. there is a lot too the patch that one must do to get the weight loss effects.
Is this something over the counter? I have never heard of it. I started taking Alli 8 months ago. I have never had any real bad affects other than the first time I ate a really greasy meal. I have lost over 30 pounds and would recommend Alli to anyone. It sure makes you think about what you are putting in your body.

The reason I am asking about what you are taking is because it seems like I have just stopped losing.

I can not take anything that makes you jumpy or nervous.

For the ones asking about the refill on Alli, it is the same strength, it is cheaper to just by the refill. The starter pack has a diet menus and log etc. you can get all this on line.
notdorkfish

Lincoln, NE

#12 Nov 1, 2007
well priss, first the patch is not sold over the counter. it is a multi-level marketing product, but don't let the traditional pyramid scams taint your opinion. we have received over 1500.00 in our account from the sales of the patch. have you ever met anyone who actually received any money from their plans. the patch is not anything like that. it is just the only way the product is marketed. you must get it from a distributor is all. NOW if you have stopped losing weight for the moment that is a GOOD SIGN. your body is adjusting to the weight loss. it is called a 'plateau'. you want plateaus because soon your body is going to respond by losing weight again. sometimes plateaus last a few weeks or can can last a couple months. especially around winter time. there are some things you can do to kick out of the plateau and return to losing weight again. just remember when you get a plateau, it is a good sign that your body is getting ready to start losing again. lucky
no name

Lincoln, NE

#13 Nov 1, 2007
tried the jen fe power patch for several months... didnt loose hardly anything.. but I must admit I felt good while I was on it. It is just too expensive for me to continue

Since: Mar 07

Live Oak, FL

#14 Nov 1, 2007
no name wrote:
tried the jen fe power patch for several months... didnt loose hardly anything.. but I must admit I felt good while I was on it. It is just too expensive for me to continue
That was going to be my question...about the cost. The thing about the Alli you ONLY take them if you are going to eat a high fat meal. I am to the point I only take maybe 3 in a week, if we take the kids out for pizza and I indulge.
The Common Sense Doctor

York, NE

#15 Nov 2, 2007
I took it and pooped a Buick. Damn those side effects...

Since: Nov 07

Auburn, Nebraska

#16 Nov 2, 2007
Always knew Buicks were a piece of ...
notdorkfish

Lincoln, NE

#17 Nov 2, 2007
yeah the patch is expensive. but also look at it another way. nobody, i mean nobody is on a tighter budget than we are and we feel it is the top expenditure of what little disposable income we have. in other words to us it is not a 'buick' it is now a necessity.
Ginny

Haviland, KS

#18 Dec 7, 2007
Does anyone no, is it safe for a 14 year old to take? I've considered buying it for my daughter she doesn't want to go to weight watchers or anything like that. She could loose maybe
15-20 lbs. Thanks
no name

Lincoln, NE

#19 Dec 7, 2007
Ginny wrote:
Does anyone no, is it safe for a 14 year old to take? I've considered buying it for my daughter she doesn't want to go to weight watchers or anything like that. She could loose maybe
15-20 lbs. Thanks
yes the patch is safe for everyone, it contains NO drugs. Every ingredient is natural. I think you can buy it at Allgood chiropractic. I would worry about a 14yr old taking alli though.
Uh Uh No

United States

#20 Dec 7, 2007
no name wrote:
<quoted text>yes the patch is safe for everyone, it contains NO drugs. Every ingredient is natural. I think you can buy it at Allgood chiropractic. I would worry about a 14yr old taking alli though.
which is it, you say it is safe for everyone, but not a 14 yr. old. What an answer

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