Lipotropics injections are a safe and effective addition to your weight loss program. It contains a combination of B-Complex and essential and non-essential amino acids, some of which are not produced by the body or not easily obtained from current food sources.
Lipotropics injections can be given once a week for six weeks, for weight loss along with proper diet and exercise. After the initial six weeks, once a month is sufficient for maintenance and maintaining energy levels.
- Methionine: assists in the breakdown of fats and thereby prevents the build up of fat in the arteries, as well as assisting with the digestive system and removing heavy metals from the body since it can be converted to cytosine, which is a precursor to gluthione, which is of prime importance in detoxifying the liver.
- Inositol: helps to maintain proper electrical energy and nutrient transfer across the cell membrane. It also acts as a lipotropic, which converts fats into other useful products. Inositol helps establish healthy cell membranes, which facilitate nerve impulses.
- Choline: Assists in controlling your weight as well as cholesterol levels, keeping cell membranes healthy and in preventing gallstones. It is also most useful in the maintenance of the nervous system, assisting memory and learning and may help fight infections, including hepatitis and AIDS. Choline is critical for normal membrane structure and functions.
- B1 (Thiamine) serves as a catalyst in carbohydrate metabolism.
- B2 helps to metabolize fats, carbohydrates, and respiratory proteins.
- B3 helps release energy from nutrients. It can reduce cholesterol and prevent and treat heart disease.
- B5 (Pantothenic Acid) is involved in numerous biological reactions, including the production of energy and the breakdown of fatty and amino acids.
- B6 (Pyroxidine) is a vital part of the enzyme system and very important to the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. It is also important in the normal function of the nervous and immune systems. The essential amino acid tryptophan also depends on Pyroxidine for its utilization. Adequate amounts of riboflavin and niacin are required in the diet for pyroxidine to be used nutritionally.
- B12 is a vitamin that is important for the normal functioning of the bran in and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. It is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid synthesis and energy production.
- L-Carnitine boosts energy by stimulating the body’s burning of Triglycerides as fuel, and sparing the supply of glycogen stored in the liver for heavier exertion. During exercise, the body will burn fat at a rate of 75%–80% of maximum exertion, thus less glycogen, from carbohydrates is burned. L-Carnitine allows the body to burn more fat, save more glycogen, and ultimately boost stamina and endurance. By providing more fat to the muscles, Carnitine makes accessible an otherwise unavailable energy source.