Australia: Orlistat Is Helping People Lose Weight
In a world of people looking for something to gain, weight is not one of them. In Australia, as in many places, weight control can be somewhat of an issue. As of 2017, the obesity rates have reached 30 percent of the Australian population. So, what are we to do when a regular flight of steps begins to look like the stairway to heaven? How do we cope when fast food is the quickest way to destruction and take out gives you additional problems to take home? Well, we look for solutions. But some people have opted out of the 30 day weight loss programs and chose the path to least resistance. For that reason, there has been a rise in popularity for a brand called Orlistat.
What is Orlistat
Orlistat is a medicine that can expedite the weight loss process for those who are a few Big Macs pass the consumption limit. In order to make sure that fat isn’t being digested and carried around in your system, Orlistat is designed to block it. Orlistat is basically a Bodyguard that exempts fat from the VIP list at registration. Instead the fat enters and is immediately thrown out the back door never to be heard of or seen again. It is recommended that it be taken three times a day before each meal. Sounds good right? So, does it actually work?
Diet and Exercise
The good news is that, along with a healthy diet and some exercise, Orlistat has proven to rapidly increase the amount of weight loss over time. Of course that is just for some people. Others have experienced no difference whatsoever over the course of six months. But, luckily, there is usually good reason for why it doesn’t work. Remember the bodyguard analogy? Remember it was genius(okay, I will stop)? Well, it turns out that people who would prefer to use a pill to lose weight often refuse to make other lifestyle changes in order to lose weight. So, people have the mindset that one bodyguard is able to block all entrances and exits with no help of surveillance cameras or added security. Orlistat is designed to help you on your weight loss journey but it cannot and will not do the job for you.
As I eluded to earlier, the people who exercise regularly and consume the right foods experience a 10 percent increase in weight loss over six months compared to those who don’t.
Do you need a prescription
There is a specific body type or health standard that is required for the prescription of Orlistat. It was created for those who need to less a lot of weight and not those who just want to lose 5 pounds for the wedding that they weren’t officially invited to attend. Your BMI has to be, at least, 30 and you must be able to lose 5 percent of your weight over the next 90 days if the use of it will be continued. If you reach the 5 percent threshold, Orlistat can be continued for 1 to 2 years until the desired weight is achieved or the individual is healthy enough to assume a regular diet. Everything is not positive though as seems to be the case with most drugs. Orlistat has some side effects.
Side effects of Orlistat
Since Orlistat causes the fat to be passed instead of digested, there will be very frequent trips to the bathroom and, likely, at the most inconvenient times. So, you should either warn your dates ahead of time or eliminate your dating for a while. I would lean towards the latter because the circumstances can get really awkward really quickly. In conclusion, the 30 percent of Australians who are struggling with weight loss have a new option to consider. It will need to be taken in addition to a healthy lifestyle but those with the proper motivation and persistence will reap the benefits of their decision by up to 10 percent.
All in all, I always suggest trying natural methods first as it may not even be necessary in the first place. But, if you tried securing the premises and locking all the doors to the physical anatomy we call a body, feel free to hire a bodyguard that goes by the name of Orlistat.