Pros and Cons of Fat Reducers

The FDA is approving Orlistat - a new drug which interferes with the body’s ability to absorb fat. This results in a de facto reduction in dietary fat. According to advanced billing, it promises to reduce absorption of about 1/3 of the fat in a given meal by blocking lipase. So a 30% fat diet would become in effect, a 20% fat diet. This results in a de facto 10% reduction in calorie density so i...

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