Orlistat Diet Plan

Staying healthy and losing weight means eating the right diet.

Your perfect diet should be nutritionally balanced, with roughly 30 percent of the calories you consume coming from fat. It should be rich in fruits and vegetables, and three main meals a day will help you maintain a healthy daily intake of the fats, proteins and carbohydrates your body needs.

The ideal Orlistat diet is mildly hypocaloric, which means you will be eating slightly fewer calories than you burn. This helps the weight loss process, and as a dietary strategy comes recommended by many health experts for long-term weight loss.

What does an Orlistat diet look like?





Evening meal



Staying healthy

Orlistat’s fat-blocking properties means your body finds it more difficult to absorb certain vitamins. Keep your vitamin levels topped up with a daily multivitamin packed with vitamins A, D, E, K and beta-carotene.

In the perfect Orlistat diet, 30 percent of the calories you consume should come from fat.

Ways to reduce your fat intake:

– Choose lean cuts of meat

– Replace butter with low-fat spreads

– Bake, grill, poach or microwave your food

– Choose low-fat dairy products

As well as this:

Food groups

When you’re taking Orlistat, it’s important to be aware which food groups contain the crucial nutrients you need.


Protein is found in meat, fish, eggs, cheese, tofu & beans:


Carbohydrates are found in pasta, rice, bread, potatoes & beans:


Fat is found in oils and fats, oily fish, nuts and seeds, egg yolks, olives and avocados:

Fruit and vegetables


Calcium is found in dairy products such as milk, yogurt and cheese, green leafy vegetables and soft bones in tinned fish:

Being overweight: advice and tips

Being overweight isn’t just a cosmetic issue, you also risk developing a number of serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, such as high cholesterol, high blood sugar and heart disease, as well as certain types of cancer.


Did you know…

For more information on how Orlistat works click here.