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Xenical – Alternative Point of View

This new diet pill can help you to lose weight fast, but at what cost?

Xenical is an oral prescription weight loss medication used to help obese people lose weight. Xenical works in the intestines, where it blocks some of the fat you eat from being absorbed.

This undigested fat is then eliminated in a persons’ bowel movements. Xenical should also be used together with a reduced-calorie diet that your doctor will recommend.

The side effects from Xenical diet pills are: oily spotting, gas with discharge, urgent need to go to the bathroom, oily or fatty stools, an oily discharge, increased number of bowel movements, and inability to control bowel movements.

This is a result of the Xenical diet pills latching on to some of the ingested fat and unnaturally forcing this fat through the intestines without the fat being digested which also causes serious stomach (gas) pains.

Notice that while using the Xenical diet pills it is necessary to follow a reduced calorie diet. Which further convinces the users that the Xenical diet pills are the reason for their loss weight loss when in fact it was the reduction in calories that caused the weight loss.

Also the Xenical diet pills only block “some” of the ingested fat. In other words, by taking Xenical diet pills the fat gaining process is slightly slowed down. This does nothing to rid the body of its present level of fat tissue that got the individual to start using the Xenical diet pills in the first place.

Xenical is just another fad diet pill that will make prescription drug companies rich without doing anything to help people lose body fat tissue safely, properly, or permanently.

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