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Obesity and being overweight is a common problem in the UK, where it is estimated to affect 1 in every 4 adults. If you are obese (with a BMI over 25), you are putting yourself at risk of a number of potentially serious health problems such as an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Losing weight can be challenging and takes time but the efforts are well worth the wait.

Clinically proven weight loss treatments are available to help you achieve your weight loss goals. These treatments, alongside a healthy diet and regular exercise could help you achieve 50% more weight loss than just dieting alone.

Orlistat is a licensed weight loss aid that reduces the amount of fat your body absorbs from food

from £0.44£0.77

Alli can help you lose weight by reducing the amount of fat you absorb during digestion

from £0.37

Xenical is a prescription weight loss medication for patients with a high BMI

from £0.63

First slimming aid to reduce calorie intake from carbohydrates, sugar and fat.

from £0.67£0.92

What is Obesity?

Obesity is a term used to describe being overweight, with a lot of body fat. Obesity is a common problem in the UK, with one in four adults categorised as obese and one in every five children aged 10 - 11.

What is Body Mass Index (BMI)?

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of whether your weight is healthy for your height. A BMI of between 25 - 29.9 is considered overweight, 30 - 39.9 is obese and BMI over 40 is severely obese.

What is considered a healthy diet?

A healthy diet is balanced, with all the major food groups represented at each meal such as the following in moderate portions throughout the day:

  • protein (pulses, meat, fish, poultry, milk)
  • carbohydrates (starchy foods and bread)
  • fat (butter, oils, and certain foods including avocado and nuts)
  • minerals and vitamins from fruit and vegetables, which also provide fibre
  • Water (about 2 litres per day)
Alli-Orlistat can help to achieve up to 50% more weight loss than just dieting alone.
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