So I went ahead and got a month's supply of Alli, to see if it will work for me. I was going through my cupboards, looking at the fat calories and figuring out what I could eat (which was pretty much most of the stuff I already had), when I came across my powdered sugar-free coffee creamer.
Since there's no sugar and therefore no carbs in it, most of the calories are from fat. There are 30 calories per tbsp and 25 of them are from fat (about 2.5 grams of fat).
I usually have about a tbsp or two per day, a couple of times a week.
This shouldn't make me sick, should it?
Is the rule of "30% of calories from fat or less" just to make sure you don't have too much fat in a day?
Thanks for reading/answering. I really don't want to have too many side effects if I can avoid it.
I really don't