A Review of Xenical

XenicalIf you have tried diet and exercise in the past only to fail at your weight loss goals, then Xenical may be the right product for you. Since it is a prescription medication, Xenical is not something to jump into lightly, but should be part of a serious discussion with your doctor. Xenical is not designed to be a magic pill to cure all of your weight loss problems, but instead a powerful weapon in the battle of the bulge.

No complicated diet

One of the reasons that Xenical is so popular with patients is because you do not have to follow a super-restrictive and complicated diet while taking Xenical. The diet for the Xenical program is actually the same one that was designed for all Americans by the American Heart Association.
The diet itself states that no more than 30% of the calories that you eat in a day can come from fat. For some patients, particularly those who are used to consuming high fat diets, this may seem a little restrictive at first. However, those that can stay on the diet plan usually see weight loss success!

Who Xenical is designed for

Xenical is designed for certain dieters. Patients taking Xenical usually have a Body Mass Index of 30 or more, though some doctors will prescribe Xenical for patients with a Body Mass Index of 27 or more if they have other risk factors. Common risk factors include high blood pressure or cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease. Your doctor will help you determine what your personal BMI and risk factors are.

Who has weight problems?

In the United States, approximately 20% of adults, or 97 million people are overweight. Obesity can affect people of all ages and races, though some demographic groups have a higher risk than others. Women are more often overweight than men, and African-Americans and Mexican-Americans are more likely to be overweight than other ethnic groups.

How Xenical works

When you eat more fat and calories than you really need, the extra is stored by the body as fat. These additional fat stores become extra pounds. While other weight loss drugs work on the brain and nervous system to fool your body into thinking it is full or to speed up your metabolism, Xenical works in your digestive tract. Instead of changing your body's signals, it prevents a third of the fat you eat from being digested. This allows the excess fat to pass harmlessly out of the body.
How does this work? Lipases are digestive enzymes that help your body break down the fat that you eat. Xenical attaches to these lipases, preventing them from doing their job. The fat then passes through your digestive system and is eliminated when you have a bowel movement.

How to take Xenical

One Xenical capsule should be taken with each main meal (up to three times a day) with a full glass of water. At the same time, the patient should also restrict their diet to no more than 30% of the calories coming from fat. For the average person on a 2000 calorie diet, this equals 67 grams of fat a day. It is also recommended that patients take a multivitamin several hours after taking Xenical to replace lost fat soluble vitamins that will not be digested from food.

When taken properly, Xenical can help patients lose more weight than they could with diet and exercise alone, allowing them to lead healthier lifestyles.

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