The Alli Starter Kit is composed of dietary pills (Alli), a tablet holder, and some books that could aid in weight loss and healthy living. Alli is used to lose weight in adults.
Keep Alli at room temperature making sure that the bottle cap is closed tight. Also, keep Alli away from areas of high moisture or heat.
If you have an underactive thyroid, a past problem with gallstones or pancreatitis, type 1 or 2 diabetes, liver disease, anorexia, bulimia, etc consult your doctor in regards to whether Alli is right for you. Also, inform your doctor if you are taking any weight loss medications before you start using Alli. If applicable, tell your doctor that you are pregnant or planning to be.
Taking Alli as prescribed is only a part of the treatment. One also has to commit to a healthy diet and exercise regime in order to improve their condition. Alli is only for use in adults (18 or older). Keep this medication away and out of the reach of children.
When using Alli Starter Kit make sure to follow your doctor’s instructions exactly. Never use more than necessary or for longer than indicated. Alli should be taken with a glass of water and after or during a meal that has some fat in it. If you have a meal that contains no fat, skip that dose of Alli. If your doctor advises you to take vitamin or mineral supplements with Alli, take them two hours before or two hours after taking Alli.
The Alli Starter Kit should not be used if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in it. If you have problems with your gallbladder or are affected by chronic malabsorption syndrome do not use Alli.
Some serious side effects caused by Alli include allergic reactions such as: trouble breathing, hives, swelling of the face, throat, lips, and tongue. You should contact your doctor as soon as possible if any of these occur. Other serious side effects in
Less severe side effects include: fever, headaches, pain in the back, skin rashes, and teeth and gum problems.