Your friend Ashley lost 20 lbs and, you needing to lose some extra weight had to know what she did. She says, “I started getting lipotropic injections, walking, drinking more water, and trying to eat better.” And you say, “what the heck is a lipotropic injection?
What is a lipotropic injection?
Amino Acids and B Vitamins
AMINO ACIDS– methionine, inositol, and choline, these are the building blocks of protein. Amino acids help serve many roles such as giving cells their structure, transporting ad storing nutrients, function of organs, glands, and tendons and arteries.
B-vitamins are water soluble serve many important roles on a cellular level. The B-vitamins are thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), dexpanthenol (b5), pyroxidine (b6), folic acid (b9), and cyancobalamin (b12). B vitamins provide energy metabolism, a great source for antioxidants, synthesis for coenzyme-A ( which is critical for energy production, nucleic acid synthesis, nerve ad cellular growth, key role in nervous function and the formation of blood (Ghen, 2012).
Lipotropic injections combine b vitamins and amino acids to help metabolize food more efficiently and create a better machine for weight loss.
Lipotropic shots help to metabolize fats in the liver which in turn speeds up metabolism and helps with weight loss. Call today for a free consultation.
Kyle Rountree, ARNP
Ghen, Mitchell, DO, PHD Patel, Nayen PharmD ” The Science and Art of Parentereal Clincal Nutrition” 2012.
Chinn, Chris, www. Livestrong.com ” How do lipotropic injections work?” Aug, 16, 2013 www. livestrong.com