Alli success stories, please!
time 2 lose it

Lansing, MI

#42 Jun 19, 2008
I've just started taking ALLI and just from my brief experience,I would suggest that anyone using it follow the directions. In other words, don't eat fatty foods in excess, or you will get some unexpected suprises or discharge. Otherwise, no side effects noted and I am even more motivated from the positive stories. I wish all of you good luck.
melbel

Johnstown, PA

#43 Jun 20, 2008
I just started taking alli a week or so ago...and so far so good!! I do agree with the last comment....you feel it coming on and the side effects seem to be livable!! I plan to stick with and I hope to get the same great result that I have read on here!! I am glad I found this site because I really wanted to read something encouraging about this product!!
fatty fatty

Paragould, AR

#45 Jun 20, 2008
Okay so I can get through the door... I was wondering exactly what kind of things you guys are eating? I work out of town and tend to eat fast food at lunch along with eating late at night because I don't get home til 8pm. I mean are you eating salad or what???
jessica

Pittsburgh, PA

#46 Jun 24, 2008
my nutrionist put me on a low carb diet i have to watch my fat and sugar intake to will this diet work with the alli pill?
JLC

Puerto Rico

#47 Jun 25, 2008
Alli user wrote:
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Your post made me laugh when you said that you took the day off to start taking Alli. My girlfriend feels the same way. She wants to start taking Alli. I told her to start taking the product on her day off just to see what happens. I started taking the product last week, and the first day I didn’t really see much oily discharge. I bought Alli on a Wednesday and Friday night I was over my parent’s house and I had some pizza it took about 20 minutes and I was running to the bathroom. If you eat foods that have lots of fat then this is what happens. Just watch what you eat and you should be fine.I have not weighed myself yet. I am waiting until I go to the doctor in a few weeks to see if I have lost any weight or not.
You need to read the books in the starter packs to start with it to be prepared... I bought it on friday and I started my diet on monday. I will start taking the pill this friday. I'm 295 right know so I will let you know...
90 Grad of Delta C-7

Smyrna, TN

#48 Jun 25, 2008
Do any of you know that this pill not only gets rid of the "bad fats", but it also gets rid of the good fats? It breaks down what your body needs to absorb from Vitamin D, A, E, K and B. I have had weight issue my whole life and I have been dieting and exercising since April 7th and I have lost 25 pounds (and I'm still losing) and I have lost a total of 10 inches (all over). I have already went down 1 waist size and 1 shirt size. It sounds like each of you who are taking this pill is already doing what you are suppose to do, watching your calories, fat, etc. and exercising. I want my weight to come off quick like anyone, but I know it is a slow process and I am willing to stick with it until the end. I have a total of 100 pounds to lose and I'm going to do it the healthy way. I would not want to have the fear of "shitting my pants" or having oily stains in my underwear in order to lose weight faster. It is proven a healthy weight loss is 1 1/2 pounds to 3 pounds per week is what you should lose. I encourage those of you taking this pill to stop!!
melbel

Johnstown, PA

#49 Jun 26, 2008
90 Grad of Delta C-7 wrote:
Do any of you know that this pill not only gets rid of the "bad fats", but it also gets rid of the good fats? It breaks down what your body needs to absorb from Vitamin D, A, E, K and B. I have had weight issue my whole life and I have been dieting and exercising since April 7th and I have lost 25 pounds (and I'm still losing) and I have lost a total of 10 inches (all over). I have already went down 1 waist size and 1 shirt size. It sounds like each of you who are taking this pill is already doing what you are suppose to do, watching your calories, fat, etc. and exercising. I want my weight to come off quick like anyone, but I know it is a slow process and I am willing to stick with it until the end. I have a total of 100 pounds to lose and I'm going to do it the healthy way. I would not want to have the fear of "shitting my pants" or having oily stains in my underwear in order to lose weight faster. It is proven a healthy weight loss is 1 1/2 pounds to 3 pounds per week is what you should lose. I encourage those of you taking this pill to stop!!
The thing is....if you are eating like you say you are eating then you WILL NOT shit your pants or have any other bad side effects. And truth be told...it only helps you to pass a portion of the fat you eat so your body WILL NOT be lacking what it needs!! I think Alli is great and is a nice addition when trying to lose weight as long as it is taken with the proper diet!! I have been on it for three weeks and I am down 8lbs!! It is just not as bad as it seems!!!
90 Grad of Delta C-7

Smyrna, TN

#50 Jun 26, 2008
melbel wrote:
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The thing is....if you are eating like you say you are eating then you WILL NOT shit your pants or have any other bad side effects. And truth be told...it only helps you to pass a portion of the fat you eat so your body WILL NOT be lacking what it needs!! I think Alli is great and is a nice addition when trying to lose weight as long as it is taken with the proper diet!! I have been on it for three weeks and I am down 8lbs!! It is just not as bad as it seems!!!
It breaks down the "good fat" you need for your body to absorb the vitamins I listed in my earlier post. EVERYTHING I have read and researched about this pill is BAD NEWS!! Do you not remember the whole thing about the diet pill "fen-fen". That was so suppose to be so wonderful and look at the damage it caused. I am just saying the healthy way to do is the old fashioned way, healthy diet and exercise.
hey

Fairmont, WV

#51 Jun 27, 2008
I would like to know if any of you started losing weight on your own through diet and exercise and then started taking Alli. I am at a plateau and don't seem to be losing any more after losing 25 to 30 pounds on my own. I am considering taking Alli to get me going again. Also I was wondering what happens when you stop taking Alli? Do you start gaining weight even if you stay on a healthy diet? I still need to lose quite a bit of weight and I'm getting discouraged right now. I would like to be able to lose about 10 pounds over the course of the summer.
melbel

Johnstown, PA

#52 Jun 30, 2008
90 Grad of Delta C-7 wrote:
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It breaks down the "good fat" you need for your body to absorb the vitamins I listed in my earlier post. EVERYTHING I have read and researched about this pill is BAD NEWS!! Do you not remember the whole thing about the diet pill "fen-fen". That was so suppose to be so wonderful and look at the damage it caused. I am just saying the healthy way to do is the old fashioned way, healthy diet and exercise.
This is about ALLI SUCCESS STORIES...not put it down! So if you don't take it, havenot taken it and don't plan to..which is your choice..why discourage others. And give me a break..it is nothing like fen-fen!
Hey

Fairmont, WV

#53 Jun 30, 2008
1 to 2 pounds per week is considered healthy. This product just gives people a little extra help. It is FDA approved and is the only over the counter diet medication that is FDA approved. As with any diet, one must change their eating habits and it is no different than when on Alli. Alli IS NOT an appetite suppressant like Fen-Fen. It sounds as if you are doing well with your own diet, but do you have to knock everyone else that is losing with Alli?
90 Grad of Delta C-7 wrote:
Do any of you know that this pill not only gets rid of the "bad fats", but it also gets rid of the good fats? It breaks down what your body needs to absorb from Vitamin D, A, E, K and B. I have had weight issue my whole life and I have been dieting and exercising since April 7th and I have lost 25 pounds (and I'm still losing) and I have lost a total of 10 inches (all over). I have already went down 1 waist size and 1 shirt size. It sounds like each of you who are taking this pill is already doing what you are suppose to do, watching your calories, fat, etc. and exercising. I want my weight to come off quick like anyone, but I know it is a slow process and I am willing to stick with it until the end. I have a total of 100 pounds to lose and I'm going to do it the healthy way. I would not want to have the fear of "shitting my pants" or having oily stains in my underwear in order to lose weight faster. It is proven a healthy weight loss is 1 1/2 pounds to 3 pounds per week is what you should lose. I encourage those of you taking this pill to stop!!
90 Grad of Delta C-7

Smyrna, TN

#54 Jun 30, 2008
Hey wrote:
1 to 2 pounds per week is considered healthy. This product just gives people a little extra help. It is FDA approved and is the only over the counter diet medication that is FDA approved. As with any diet, one must change their eating habits and it is no different than when on Alli. Alli IS NOT an appetite suppressant like Fen-Fen. It sounds as if you are doing well with your own diet, but do you have to knock everyone else that is losing with Alli?
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I am not knocking anyone that is taking this drug. I am just expressing my thoughts and opinion. I am just concerned with a drug that is breaking down "good fats", fats you need for your body to absord the proper vitamins and nutrients you need. If I have offended anyone, I apologize.
Christy

United States

#55 Jul 1, 2008
I would like to know if anyone, who first started the program, experienced treatment effects because of just starting, if so, were they as bad as it seems to sound?
Mama T

Tucson, AZ

#56 Jul 2, 2008
Ok, first of all, to address the people talking about Alli getting rid of the fats that help you absorb vitamins...HUSH! It says clearly in everything I have read during my time taking this that you should take a multivitamin EVERY DAY before bedtime. Orlistat worked for doctors for many many years prescribing to overweight patients without you nutballs coming in and putting your opinion in. This is not a new drug, it has been around for ages. The FDA would not have approved it if it wasn't going to do any good. They haven't approved any other weight loss now have they?
90 Grad of Delta C-7

Smyrna, TN

#57 Jul 2, 2008
Mama T wrote:
Ok, first of all, to address the people talking about Alli getting rid of the fats that help you absorb vitamins...HUSH! It says clearly in everything I have read during my time taking this that you should take a multivitamin EVERY DAY before bedtime. Orlistat worked for doctors for many many years prescribing to overweight patients without you nutballs coming in and putting your opinion in. This is not a new drug, it has been around for ages. The FDA would not have approved it if it wasn't going to do any good. They haven't approved any other weight loss now have they?
I am far from being a "nutball". The article I read was in the June 2008 issue of Ladies Home Journal. I am not saying that everything you read in LHJ is the gospel, but I was just posting what I read. I have also being research on the internet about this drug and EVERY thing I have found so far backs what LHJ stated 100%.
tybeelight

Philadelphia, PA

#58 Jul 3, 2008
I usually eat a (virtually) fat-free breakfast, so I don't need alli at that meal. I take my multi, flax oil, and vitamin d with calcium at that time so alli won't interfere with absorbtion.
90 Grad of Delta C-7 wrote:
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It breaks down the "good fat" you need for your body to absorb the vitamins I listed in my earlier post. EVERYTHING I have read and researched about this pill is BAD NEWS!! Do you not remember the whole thing about the diet pill "fen-fen". That was so suppose to be so wonderful and look at the damage it caused. I am just saying the healthy way to do is the old fashioned way, healthy diet and exercise.
leader62

AOL

#59 Jul 3, 2008
I have been on it for 1 month exactly. I have lost 10lbs and went down in shirt sizes from 5x to 3x. You won't show results first just following a lowfat diet and taking alli motivated me to stay on it. I had one flare up and that was because I wanted to see the worst it could do to me. That made me stay on a lowfat high fiber diet. I take 2pills at dinner time only. I lift weights and do squats for my legs. The proccess is slow but you put on the pounds slow too. good luck all.
Grim

Highland, CA

#60 Jul 6, 2008
Im starting Alli tommorow.I already exercise 5 times a day. I want to lose 45 pounds. Im really exited and reading all your posts has motivated me even more. Wish me luck I will keep you all updated.
Grim

Highland, CA

#61 Jul 6, 2008
Im starting Alli tommorow.I already exercise 5 times a week. I want to lose 45 pounds. Im really exited and reading all your posts has motivated me even more. Wish me luck I will keep you all updated.
HMA

United States

#62 Jul 7, 2008
I started ALLI just a couple of days ago. I have been riding my bike 6 miles a day. I would like to loose about 30 pounds. I hope this works.

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