Which is Better: Alli or Lipozene?

 Which is Better: Alli or Lipozene?

Choosing the right weight loss product can be a daunting experience with so many on the market. Here we will compare two of them: Lipozene and Alli. Read the information and make the decision that is right for you. 

Overview

Lipozene is a dietary supplement whose only active ingredient is Glucomannan, a water-soluble fiber extracted from the root of the Asian konjac plant. With only one capsule of Glucomannan, just one glass of water can become a thick gel in the stomach. Alli is quite different than Lipozene in several ways. First and foremost, Alli is more a drug instead of a fiber supplement like Lipozene. Its purpose is to limit how much fat the body absorbs, which then reduces the total calorie intake to promote weight loss. 

Lipozene and Alli: How They Work

The Glucomannan in Lipozene promotes weight loss in several ways. The primary way is once it absorbs water, it turns into a gel and fills the stomach. This increases how much time it takes food to digest; this allows you to feel full longer. 

Unlike Glucomannan, Alli blocks the enzyme, lipase that allows the digestion of fat. When lipase is blocked, the body is unable to absorb dietary fat, so it will pass right through the digestive tract and be eliminated. Studies have shown it can reduce the absorption of fat by an average of approximately 30 percent.

Lipozene vs. Alli: Which Is More Effective?

Many studies have been conducted to ascertain whether Lipozene and Alli are effective for losing weight. While both have shown success, the degrees of success may differ. Many of the studies involving Glucomannan appear to show the most success involves participants who are overweight or obese, and then only in the short-term. Unless you change your lifestyle, you will gain back any weight you lost while taking Lipozene.

In multiple studies, Alli also showed it was effective for reducing body weight. One study using the 120 mg Orlistat (Alli) lost 23.3 pounds during the first year with an 800-calorie diet compared to 12.6 pounds in the group not using the Alli. Like Lipozene, unless a person makes lifestyle changes, the weight will return once you stop taking the medication.

Conclusion 

No matter which product you use to lose weight, you must reduce your calorie intake and exercise. In addition, you must maintain lifestyle changes after you reach your desired body weight. Failure to do so will cause the weight you lost to return..

 

Gill Daniel

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