Lipotropic Injections


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Lipotropic injections for weight loss and fat burning are often used in combination with a 1500 calorie diet. To be effective, a diet plan needs to be followed, and more water should be consumed.

What's in a Lipotropic Injection?

Combination of vitamins and essential amino acids.

A lipotropic injection typically contains the vitamins B-12 and B-6 in combination with amino acids such as inositol, methionine, and choline. These nutrients are typically used by people looking to lose weight, gain energy, and avoid illnesses if they are susceptible to certain deficiencies. Vitamin B-12 is critical for muscle and nerve function, and a deficiency can leave people numb, clumsy, and with symptoms ranging from depression to heart failure. Choline reduces heart disease by reducing fats in the liver. Inositol metabolizes fats and transfers them to the bloodstream, and it also regulates serotonin (responsible for mood) and insulin in the body. They essentially make you more happy and less hungry, which is everything a dieter can ask for. Methionine is not produced in the body itself but lowers cholesterol and fat. As a fat-burning shot, a lipotropic injection is like a guided missile that attacks many different factors that lead to weight gain and obesity. Along with the vitamins B6 and B12, and the assistance in lipid metabolism, lipotropic injection patients report increased energy and awareness.

Notes and Special Information

Special note: Many physicians and naturopaths may create their own lipotropic injection formulas. Nothing on this site is meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.