Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scans
Image shows MRI scans taken for one individual who lost 34% of visceral fat in the clinical study. The scans show before and
after treatment (alli plus diet) for 3 months. Results may vary and the average visceral fat loss was 10%. Fat pixels
corresponding to visceral fat have been coloured red, while fat pixels corresponding to subcutaneous fat have been coloured
yellow. The dotted line indicates the waistline.
Reference: Beaver J et al. Orlistat 60 mg in conjunction with diet provides significant reduction in visceral adipose tissue, Poster presented at the 1st
International Congress on Abdominal Obesity, 28 January 2010, Hong Kong.