How it works Enzymes in your intestinal tract, called lipases, help digest (break down) fat. When you take Xenical with meals, Xenical attaches to the lipases and blocks them from breaking down some of the fat you have eaten. While fat is an important component of a balanced diet, the consumption of excess fat in your daily diet, contributes to body weight. You should use Xenical together with a nutritionally balanced, mildly reduced-calorie diet that contains no more than about 30 percent of calories from fat.


AMPK promotes longevity factors, such as cell renewal, reduced low-level inflammation, reduced storage of body fat including belly fat, balanced blood sugar, protection from disease and much more.We lose this enzyme as we age, combined with excess calorie intake and lack of exercise creates a deficiency of AMPK.
Side effects Since Xenical interferes with the absorption of fat, changes in bowel habits may be evident.
These may include oily spotting, gas with discharge, oily or fatty stools and increased number of bowel movements. These bowel changes are a natural effect of blocking the fat from being absorbed and indicate that Xenical is working.





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