Active substances: Orlistat
The active ingredient in Alli, orlistat, causes gastrointestinal side effects related to undigested fats passing through your digestive system.
They generally subside over time and with appropriate use of the medication. These side effects include: Abdominal pain or discomfort Oily discharge from the anus Gas with oily anal discharge Oily stools Urgent or hard-to-control bowel movements Other possible side effects include: Headache Upper respiratory infection When shouldn't you take Alli?
Before taking Alli, talk with your doctor about possible interactions with other medications, particularly if you take medications for any of the following conditions: Diabetes.
It helps break down fats into free fatty acids that can be picked up by the body. Without this enzyme, dietary fat bypasses digestion and is then expelled from the body.
Because dietary fat is high in calories, this leads to fewer calories being processed by the body, which can lead to weight loss.
This leads to an overall reduction in calorie intake.
There were two groups in the study. One took 120 mg of orlistat, three times daily, while the other group took a placebo.
White The youthful George Washington truly gave early evidence of leadership among men. That he loved his fellow-men and wished to be of and with them is attested by many recorded facts of authentic history. The records of the great Masonic fraternity are filled with indisputable evidence that the future leader, patriot and President bound himself by strong social and fraternal ties to groups of the leading men of his time.
A large percentage of this generals were undoubtedly selected by him from among the membership of his fraternal associates.
If tradition is correct, two years after the father of his country reached his majority, 1754, he presided as Master over the first lodge of Free Masons ever assembled west of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Masonic tradition informs us that from time immemorial the fraternity held its meetings on high hills and in low vales in order to observe the approach of eavesdroppers.
The brethren must have decided upon this cave as a permanent place of meeting, for twenty years later, a Mr. Davis conveyed by deed recorded in the clerk's office of Berkeley county, one and one-eighth acres of land on which the cave is located, to Samuel Washington.
But there were no electric-lighting or ventilating systems in those days, and besides, the disagreements with the mother country were consuming all the time and thoughts of the patriots, and so the historic place was permitted to lapse into obscurity.