Does anyone use lipase inhibitors for longterm weight loss?

Sometimes. They are only useful for limited amounts of loss, and you can get foul smelling, greasy stools.I am not aware of long term success stories, but I am not a dedicated weight loss doctor.Overall they have a cost, and I do not believe they are popular, or a long term solution.

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Does anyone use lipase inhibitors for weight loss? How are they working out?

Orlistat. Orlistat is lipase inhibiter and is used to loose weight in over weight individuals with low fat, low calorie diet and exercise.So fat is in not absorped in its entirity and is passed undigested in stools.So total calorie absorption is reduced and because of the side effects which are not pleasant people cut down on their fat intake and that helps too. Read more...

Can I use lipase inhibitors for weight loss?

Can, but. Lipase inhibitors may be used as one item in weight loss, keeping in mind the side effects, such as diarrhea, anal leakage, bloating, mal-absorption of fat soluble vitamins etc. Better option is to limit caloric intake and increase physical activity. Read more...

How are lipase inhibitors used for weight loss?

Orlistat. Orlistat is lipase inhibiter and is used to loose weight in over weight individuals with low fat, low calorie diet and exercise.So fat is in not absorped in its entirity and is passed undigested in stools.So total calorie absorption is reduced and because of the side effects which are not pleasant people cut down on their fat intake and that helps too. Read more...

Why do lipase inhibitors not stop 100% of the fat from being absorbed?

Probably yes. Lipase inhibitors are used to reduce the activity of lipases in the intestine to reduce fat absorption in the gut. They can have side effects like oily spotting, fecal inconsistence, flatus with discharge and abdominal cramping. Additionally, higher blood pressure, dry mouth, constipation, headache, and insomnia were reported. A malabsorption of fat soluble vitamins may develop. See comment. Read more...

Why do lipase inhibitors not completely stop all the fat from being absorbed?

Orlistst lipase inhi. Orlistat is a lipase inhibiter and has a role in fat absorption, but the dosage approved by fda, are not enough to affect 100% blockage of fat absorption.Only 25 to 30% of fat is not absorped by taking the approved doses of orlistat. Read more...

Why don't lipase inhibitors not stop 100% of the fat in the diet from being absorbed?

Orlistst lipase inhi. Orlistat is a lipase inhibiter and has a role in fat absorption, but the dosage approved by fda, are not enough to affect 100% blockage of fat absorption.Only 25 to 30% of fat is not absorped by taking the approved doses of orlistat. Read more...

How are lipase inhibitors (orlistat) used as a fat blocking medication?

Orlistat stool chang. No every body who takes orlistat has fatty stools, that how it works by blocking the absorption of fats orlistat blocks the absorprtion of fats and fats are in the stools undigested and there is limited absorption. Read more...

Why do lipase inhibitors not stop 100% of the fat?

Not enough amounts. Quantity and concentration related, and you get nasty foul smelling greasy stools. Read more...