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Alli (Orlistat 60mg) is an over-the-counter weight loss medication, designed for adults 18 and over who are overweight. Alli is available at London Weight Loss Clinic. Alli enhances weight loss when combined with a healthy diet. Alli prices start from £49 per pack.

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What is Alli

Alli is an over-the-counter weight loss pill approved to assist with weight management. Here’s essential information about Alli:

Active ingredient

Alli contains 60mg of Orlistat, which is half the dosage of its prescription counterpart, Xenical.

How it works

Alli prevents about 25% of the fat you eat from being absorbed into the body.


Alli is taken up to three times a day with meals that contain fat.


Appropriate for overweight adults aged 18 and above when taken alongside a reduced-calorie, low-fat diet.


Alli can help improve weight loss by 50% over dieting alone. For every 2 pounds you lose through diet and exercise, Alli can help you lose 1 more.

Side effects

Possible side effects include increased frequency and urgency of bowel movements, farting more often, oily or fatty stools, and oily discharge from your rectum.
Alli can be a good solution for people seeking to improve their weight loss without a prescription.

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How to buy Alli in London

It’s straightforward to buy Alli in London:


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No prescription needed

Alli is available over-the-counter so no prescription is needed, making it quick and easy to buy Alli.


You may benefit from engaging a dietician or other weight loss support service available in London to maximise the effectiveness of Alli, improve your diet, and manage any side effects.
By following these guidelines, you can start using Alli confidently, knowing you are taking a step towards your weight loss goals.

Alli dosing schedule

Proper adherence to the dosing schedule for Alli is essential for achieving optimal weight loss results and minimising side effects. Here’s a detailed guide on how to correctly use Alli:

With meals

Take one 60mg capsule of Alli up to three times a day. Alli should be taken with meals containing fat, ideally just before, during, or up to one hour after the meal.

Missed meals or non-fat meals

If you miss a meal or consume a meal that does not contain any fat, skip the dose of Alli for that meal. The medication works by blocking the absorption of fat, so there is no benefit to taking it with fat-free meals.

Maximum dosage

Do not exceed three capsules in a day, even if you consume more than three meals. Taking more Alli will not enhance weight loss but may increase the risk of side effects.


Regular use of Alli alongside a well-balanced, calorie-controlled diet to maximise the effectiveness of the weight loss medication.


Alli can be taken continuously for six months or longer if you are continuing to lose weight and do not experience significant side effects. Regular consultation with a healthcare provider is advised to monitor progress and any potential health changes.
By following this dosing schedule, you can ensure that Alli works effectively as part of your weight management plan. Remember, incorporating healthy eating habits and regular physical activity enhances the benefits of Alli and supports overall wellbeing.

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Supporting your mental health

Obesity, being overweight mental health problems, such as depression and eating disorders, can negatively affect each other, making it harder to manage your weight. It’s important to recognise the link between your mental health and your weight so you can seek help if you need it.

Talking therapies

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can be effective for tackling the psychological challenges associated with eating disorders and obesity. It focuses on changing the way you think and behave, helping to break the cycle of negative thoughts and actions that can impact eating habits and body image.

To find a CBT therapist via the NHS, you can refer yourself or speak to your GP, who can refer you to talking therapies in London.

Why it’s important

By addressing mental health alongside physical health, you have a much better chance of succeeding with Alli, improving your overall wellbeing and quality of life. If you find yourself in need of urgent mental health support, contact your local mental health helpline provided by the NHS. These resources can provide immediate care and support in times of need, ensuring that no one has to face their challenges alone.

Keeping active

Exercise doesn’t just burn calories. By triggering the release of endorphins, the body’s natural mood enhancers, exercise has been shown to help combat depression and anxiety.

There’s plenty of ways to stay active in London, from local gyms and fitness classes to parks and recreational facilities.

Support in London

In London, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust provides comprehensive mental health support for Alli patients. They can help with eating disorders and weight-related mental health issues.

Discuss your mental health with your GP in London who can refer you to a specialist. You may also be able to refer yourself directly without a referral, but you will need to be registered with a GP to get talking therapies on the NHS. You can find a GP in London on the NHS website.

Medically reviewed

This page was last medically reviewed by Dr Adam Abbs on 4 June 2024.

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Our content is regularly updated to reflect the latest medical research and guidelines.

  • Dr Adam Abbs

    Dr Adam Abbs


    Dr Adam Abbs is an NHS-trained GP with a keen focus on digital health, AI in healthcare, and personalised medicine, including weight loss. He is a leader in creating new ways to provide safe and easy-to-access healthcare through remote care. Dr Abbs is also a skilled medical writer and wrote the RCGP-accredited Remote Consultation Handbook in 2020.

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