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Tuesday, January 26, 2010 DEVI DAT, Community Member, asks

Q: CAN TAKING ALLI BAD FOR DIABETIC

I AM AN DIABETIC AND I WOULD LIKE TO USE THIS ALLI DIET PILL , BUT I AM SCARED.

 

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Priya, Community Member
1/27/10 1:04am

Consult your doctor.Self medication is not good

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NYNY, Community Member
4/ 2/10 10:12pm

Hi,

 

I'm diabetic also and considering using Alli. I found a great article on it (see below). Also what I surmised from logic is that you can expect your body to start burning more sugar since their will be less fat to burn due to the fat blocking qualities of Alli. As such, I think you will find yourself needing less insulin (or whatever other medication you use to reduce your blood glucose levels). Ofcourse double-check all of this with your doctor, but really I think it may have its benefits.

 

http://www.healthcentral.com/diabetes/c/110/10407/alli-ready/

 

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By DEVI DAT, Community Member— Last Modified: 06/06/12, First Published: 01/26/10