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By reducing the fat that is absorbed from your diet Xenical can help you lose weight more easily. What is the difference between Xenical and Orlistat? Xenical contains the active ingredient Orlistat.
Orlistat is also the name of the less expensive brand of Xenical. Both medications are medically equivalent.
They both contain the same active ingredient and the same amount of it. However, Orlistat is available at a lower price.
All generic medications available in the UK have to demonstrate equivalency and that they have the same effect in the body as the original brand before they can be sold. Began using OTC diet pills at age 25.
Extreme Eating disorder not otherwise specified 40 yo, 22. No binge eating, vomiting, laxatives, diet pills, diuretics, syrup of Ipecac, or herbal fat burner use in the past month. Used laxatives starting at age 16, but not on a regular basis.
Used OTC diet pills beginning at age 17.