[Article updated on 19/09/2023]
If you have difficulty eliminating stored fat from your body, a dietary supplement could be your solution. Most of these medications are approved for sale and appear effective for weight and fat loss. PhenQ and Alli are among the most used slimming capsules. Who would be the more interesting of the two? Discover the similarities and differences between PhenQ and Ali.
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PhenQ and Alli: composition
PhenQ contains natural components with slimming and euphoric action. Its patented ingredient α-Lacys Reset helps you lose weight while avoiding fatigue. It contains alpha-lipoic acid, cysteine and magnesium. The other ingredients of PhenQ are:
- Nopal and chromium picolinate regulate the absorption of sugars;
- Capsimax and its revitalizing elements including piperine, capsicium and vitamin B3;
- Caffeine stimulates fat loss;
- L-carnitine involved in the transformation of oxidized fatty acids into energy;
- Copper sulfate used to avoid the orange peel effect and dimpling associated with weight loss.
The composition of the Alli pill is nothing similar to that of PhenQ. Its active ingredient is orlistat, a powerful and dangerous anti-obesity agent. Its other components are:
- Gelatin, polysorbate and indigo carmine for the band and shell of the capsule;
- Titanium dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate, sorbitan monolaurate, shellac, black iron oxide, propylene glycol for the capsule shell;
- Microcrystalline cellulose, sodium carboxymethyl starch, povidone, sodium lauryl sulfate and talc for the capsule contents.
PhenQ vs Alli: mode of action and side effects
Commonalities and differences in mode of action
Both PhenQ and Alli are effective for rapid weight loss. This is their one and only thing in common. Their mode of action is completely different. PhenQ acts as an appetite suppressant and fat burner. It then reduces food intake, particularly in carbohydrates and lipids. In addition, it prevents and eliminates the accumulation of fats.
As for the Alli pill, it does not reduce your appetite and does not save you from the feeling of hunger. This medicine does not work on fats already stored in your body. It simply blocks the intestinal absorption of fats and then eliminates them in the stools.
Commonalities and differences in side effects
PhenQ is a natural product that eliminates fat mass by thermogenesis, i.e. by increasing body temperature. It has no annoying effects and does not deteriorate your health even during prolonged treatment.
On the other hand, the Alli slimming capsule risks causing you fatty diarrhea and other gastrointestinal disorders because of its overly mechanical mode of action. By naturally eliminating 25% of the fats consumed, this medication can be a major risk factor for liver and kidney diseases. Other side effects of Ali slimming capsule are as follows:
- Hypersensitivity reaction;
- Decrease in prothrombin level;
- Hypersensitivity reaction.
PhenQ vs Alli: authorized consumers, dosage, duration of treatment
PhenQ is intended for all overweight people wishing to regain their healthy weight without fearing the yo-yo effect. It is only prohibited for pregnant and breastfeeding women. As for the Alli pill, it is reserved for those who have a BMI greater than 28 kg/m2.
The recommended dosage is 2 tablets per day for PhenQ to be taken over breakfast and lunch. A 2 month treatment would be sufficient to obtain the expected results but you can extend it if necessary.
For Alli, you must respect the daily dose of 60 mg divided into three times every 24 hours. Treatment lasts 2 months and can continue for up to 6 months.
|Appetite suppressant and fat burner
|Pill based on anti-obesity molecule
Sodium lauryl sulfate
Carboxy methyl starch sodium
Sodium lauryl sulfate
Palpable results in 2 months
Possibility of extending the treatment
|Elimination of the feeling of hunger
|Prevention of intestinal absorption of fats
Elimination of ingested fats by natural means
Other gastrointestinal disorders
With its natural ingredients and its more natural mode of action, PhenQ remains more interesting than the Alli pill. It has no side effects and does not disrupt your health in any way.