Is orlistat good for weight loss?


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Is orlistat good for weight loss?

Q:Is orlistat good for weight loss?


A:Usually, orlistat has a certain weight loss effect. Obesity is caused by excessive body fat, and oxaliplatin can inhibit the body's absorption of fat. So as to achieve the effect of weight loss.
Olistat is a potent, long-lasting, specific gastrointestinal lipase inhibitor that exerts therapeutic effects by inactivating gastric lipase and pancreatic lipase in the stomach and small intestine lumens. Deactivated enzymes cannot hydrolyze fats in food into absorbable free fatty acids, thereby reducing calorie intake and controlling weight. Olistat is usually used for the treatment of obese or overweight patients to reduce the risk factors related to obesity and the incidence rate of other obesity related diseases. The main adverse reactions of orlistat include oily spots, increased gastrointestinal exhaust, urgency of defecation, fatty diarrhea, increased frequency of bowel movements, watery stools, abdominal pain, etc. Patients should take it under the guidance of a doctor. Not allowed for overweight individuals, children under 18 years old, pregnant women, and lactating women. Prohibited for patients who are allergic to orlistat. Disabled for patients with chronic malabsorption syndrome, bile stasis, and organic obesity. Organ transplant recipients and patients taking cyclosporine are prohibited.
If patients need to take orlistat, they should use it under the guidance of a doctor and not blindly use it on their own to avoid delaying the condition. During medication, one should maintain a light diet and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. Reduce the intake of spicy, stimulating and high calorie foods, such as fried chicken, hamburgers, deep-fried dough sticks, etc. At the same time, it is possible to increase physical exercise appropriately based on one's own situation, such as jogging, swimming, skipping rope, cycling, etc.


Q:What are the side effects of orlistat?


A:The main side effects of Olistat are gastrointestinal side effects, such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, fatty stools, and hiccups after taking Olistat. There may also be adverse reactions to other systems, such as headaches, menstruation, anxiety, respiratory infections, and urinary system infections.


Q:How much weight can you lose in 2 weeks on orlistat?


A:Eating Orlistat can lead to weight loss, and there is no exact data. The key is to see how big your base weight is. If your base weight is very large and you eat less Orlistat for a week, your weight may decrease quickly, and you may lose about ten pounds in a week. But if you haven't eaten and your usual weight is average, then taking orlistat is mainly to prevent absorption, and it may not necessarily result in a significant loss of three to five pounds. Individual differences are quite large, and there is no exact data available.


Q:What foods should I avoid on orlistat?


A:During the use of orlistat, it is not recommended to eat foods with high sugar and fat content, such as candy, fried chicken legs, cream, etc., to avoid excessive fat intake or synthesis, which may lead to reduced efficacy. It is not recommended to eat raw, cold, and spicy foods such as ice cream and spicy hotpot, as they may irritate the gastrointestinal tract.
Olistat is a gastrointestinal lipase inhibitor and belongs to the category of non central nervous system weight loss drugs. Olistat can inhibit the absorption of excess oil in the intestines, reduce energy intake to control weight, and thus achieve weight loss. But we cannot rely solely on medication for weight loss. In daily life, we need to control our diet and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, as well as less high sugar and high-fat foods. At the same time, increase the amount of exercise and choose the appropriate exercise time and intensity according to your own situation.
Because taking orlistat can have a certain impact on the absorption of fat soluble vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin D, and vitamin E. It is recommended that patients regularly go to the hospital to check their vitamin content during medication.


Q:Do you gain weight back after orlistat?


A:In general, the Olistat capsule weight loss medication itself may not cause rebound. But for some weight loss individuals, if they stop taking medication too early or do not control their diet after stopping, it may lead to weight gain and rebound.
Olistat capsules can inhibit lipase in the stomach and pancreas, preventing it from degrading fats in the diet, resulting in about 30% of the fat in the diet not being absorbed and excreted from the body. At this time, daily calorie intake can be reduced by about 836.8 kJ, thus having the effect of weight loss and control. Olistat capsules may restore the fat content in feces to pre-treatment levels within 48-72 hours after discontinuation of treatment, therefore requiring long-term medication. If medication is stopped too early and diet is not controlled, fat absorption may not be controlled, leading to rebound.
In addition, Orlistat capsules usually only inhibit fat absorption but do not consume fat in the body. Therefore, for some obese patients, if they do not control their diet after discontinuing medication, the excessive fat intake will still be absorbed by the body, leading to weight gain and rebound, but it is not caused by the Orlistat capsules themselves. Losing weight requires long-term persistence. It is recommended to exercise and control diet after discontinuing medication, otherwise it may lead to rebound.


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