Do Not Try This At Home!!!
The FDA-approved, over-the-counter, diet pill Alli is nothing
more than a government sanctioned, Dr. approved, Bulimia pill.
The makers of the diet “supplement” pill Alli claim that their product is perfectly safe, if taken as directed. This diet pill’s claim to fame is the notion that it helps people loose weight by preventing a certain percentage of the fat they eat from being absorbed by their bodies. The excessive, often uncontrollable diarrhea induced by this diet pill is referred to by the manufacturers as nothing more than “treatment effects”. It is how you will know your diet pill is working.
Is The FDA Supporting Eating Disorders?
Now, in a society where obesity is out of control, it is easy to see why this diet pill is so popular. But, interestingly though, there have been no studies on the psychological effects of this diet pill on the people who choose to buy it over-the-counter and use it as their main diet aid.
I bring up this point because in our obesity-riddled, diet-obsessed society a wide variety of eating disorders, including Anorexia and Bulimia, are so common that an estimated 2 out of 100 students will suffer from one in their lifetime.
Bulimia is characterized by eating either a very small or very large amount of food and then attempting to purge the body of that food, before it can be absorbed by the intestines and turned into body fat, by either exercising to the excess, vomiting or using laxatives.
Now, if a loved one owned a medicine cabinet full of laxatives, that she used to purge her body of the “excess” food she ate, we would be worried about her physical and mental health, wouldn’t we?
So, following the above logic, shouldn’t we also be worried about the loved one who only purchases the diet pill Alli to help her purge her body of the excess fat she eats? Now I am sure that most of you are nodding your heads “Yes” but the truth of the matter is that we should not only be worried about her mental and physical health but we should also be worried about the health of her checkbook.
Why pay for food and then pay for the diet pill Alli just to help you purge your body of this food?
Alana Brixton-Bramby, the author of the new diet book “Don’t Eat Your Desk” can help you both loose weight and save a great deal of money each month through her new “NO FOOD DIET”. Here she is explaining this phenomenal new diet in her own words: