Many people who are unable to get alli at this time may benefit from the prescription medication Xenical.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 5 April 2012
There has been an international shortage of the over-the-counter weight loss medication Alli, due to manufacturing problems of the active ingredient, orlistat. As it is yet unclear as to when normal distribution of alli will resume, many people who rely on the medication as part of their weight-loss regime have been left without a solution. The alli shortages coincide with stock problems of the prescription medication Xenical, which also contains the active ingredient orlistat.
The good news is that the online clinic HealthExpress, which has ten years’ experience providing genuine medications, does have a limited supply of Xenical available at the present time. Xenical and alli both use the active ingredient orlistat to help patients to lose weight by preventing the body from absorbing some of the fat consumed in each meal.
Alli is an over-the-counter medication because it contains a reduced strength dosage of orlistat, while Xenical is available at a higher dosage, meaning that for many people it is actually more effective.
Xenical is a safe and effective treatment for most people who have a BMI over 30. It is usually recommended as a complementary treatment alongside regular exercise and consuming a healthy diet. It is particularly beneficial for those whose health is at risk and have struggled to lose weight with lifestyle changes alone.
The online consultation that HealthExpress offer on all orders can be helpful for patients who are unsure if Xenical will be a suitable treatment for them, particularly if they have previously used the over-the-counter alternative, alli. HealthExpress also uses a discreet, free overnight delivery service, ensuring that patients who have been inconvenienced by the ongoing alli shortage receive their medication quickly.
HealthExpress Company Information
HealthExpress is an online clinic specialising in providing treatment, support and advice for common embarrassing medical conditions and lifestyle problems. Launched in 2002, they provide their patients with a discreet, confidential and secure way to order prescription medication online by completing a free online consultation with a registered doctor.
For more details, visit the website at http://www.healthexpress.co.uk or contact HealthExpress on 020 7084 7594 or via email.
HealthExpress is a brand name of Hexpress Ltd, PO Box 344, Mont Crevelt House, Bulwer Avenue, St. Sampson, Guernsey GY1 3US. Phone: 020 7084 7060.