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Lipotropic Injections


       Ultra Burn                                                           Lipo-Lean Plus*

How does it work? 

A compound of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and amino acids, lipotropic injections are commonly used to assist in weight and fat burning.  Take up to 3 times a week, this blend of ingredients continues the fat burning process, improves energy and overall health, vital to maintaining your new body

Methionine

An amino acid that acts as a Lipotropic (fat loving) agent to speed up the removal of fat within the liver and prevents excess fat build-up in problem areas.  It also helps to detoxify the body of heavy metals and is considered to be an incredible anti-oxidant.  Methionine complements weight loss because it helps prevent and relieve fatigue.  Methionine assists in the breakdown of fats in the body, thereby preventing build-up of fatty deposits in the blood vessels which cause coronary artery disease and blockage in other parts of the body including the neck and legs.  Adequate levels of Methionine are also showing to be important in the prevention of lung cancer.

Inositol is a B vitamin

A mild Lipotropic agent, helping with weight loss and the redistribution of body fat by breaking down fats in the body.  Inositol is vital for good health both mental and physical.  It is reported to offer a calming effect, improve quality of sleep, the treat depression.  This important B vitamin may also reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol.

Choline

An important part of the B vitamin family, it assists our bodies to efficiently burn fat while supporting and promoting weight loss.  Choline supports the health of the liver, improving its ability to process and excrete chemical by products within the body, which is important for the health support of the endocrine, cardiovascular, and hepatic systems.  Choline supplements may reduce homocysteine levels in the blood, thus reducing the likelihood of heart disease.  Choline is often taken as a form of “smart drug,” being a precursor or building block of acetylcholine.  Research suggest that memory, intelligence, and mood are improved by adequate levels of Choline.

Pyridoxine is Vitamin B-6

Critical for protein metabolism energy production, and normal nervous system function, Vitamin B-6 is involved in nearly 60 enzyme systems in the body, necessary for normal growth, red blood cell synthesis, and vitamin B-12 absorption.  Vitamin B-6 is required by your body for utilization of energy in the foods you eat, production of red blood cells, and proper functioning of nerves.  It is used to treat and prevent vitamin B-6 deficiency resulting from poor diet, certain medications, and some medical conditions. 

Vitamin B12

It’s a vital nutrient that is critical for maintaining normal functioning nerve cells and aids in the production of DNA and RNA, the building blocks for the genetic makeup of the body.  Vitamin B12 is also referred to as the energy vitamin, since it will provide an energy boost after an injection of the vitamin and will also increase metabolism.  Vitamin B12 is used in the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins and is also required for fatty acid synthesis.  Many people who take this as a supplement on a regular basis report they have more energy, healthier immune system, less allergies, stress, depression, more stamina, better sleep and less frequent, severe headaches.  It is now being used to treat early onset Alzheimer’s disease and as a treatment for h=children with autism and similar disabilities.

Niacin Amide (B3)

This B vitamin is used to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and raise HDL (good) cholesterol.  It helps with energy production and is needed for the proper function of the adrenal glands.

Riboflavin (B2)

Vitamin B2 is vital for healthy eyes, production of antibodies and proper tissue repair.  It helps to metabolize medication and environmental toxins, is needed for energy metabolism and helps with the regeneration of glutathione (the strongest antioxidant produced by your body).

Thiamine (B1)

This was the 1st B vitamin discovered.  Thiamine is involved with many of the body’s reactions, including the burning of carbohydrates for energy.  It helps the body adapt to stress and avoid adrenal burn out, helps with metabolism of thyroid hormones, and is required for proper nerve function.

Pantothenic Acid (B5)

This B vitamin is also known as Dexpanthenol and is involved in the body’s metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.  It helps convert food into energy and is needed to make fatty acids.  This B vitamin stimulates the adrenal gland and is used in red cell production. 

L-Carnitine

An essential nutrient found in our bodies, L-Carnitine contributes to energy metabolism by facilitating the breakdown of excess triglycerides in the blood.  It also exhibits a substantial antioxidant effect and causes improved glucose metabolism while helping build lean muscle mass.  L-Carnitine has also proven effective in reducing cravings and appetite.  It has been shown to improve neurotransmitter function in the brain, especially in elderly patients.

*Leucine

An essential amino acid that works to repair muscles, regulates blood sugar, and provides the body with energy.  Leucine also increase production of growth hormones, burns the visceral fat which is least responsive to diet and exercise, and promotes healing of the body after injury.  Because it is so easily converted to glucose, Leucine helps to regulate blood sugar.  A deficiency of Leucine produces symptoms similar to those of hypoglycemia, which may include headaches, dizziness, fatigue, depression, confusion, and irritability.

*Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)

A water soluble vitamin that is required for normal growth and maintenance for tissues in the body, including collagen.  Vitamin C also helps bones and teeth stay strong, helps with wound healing, and makes certain neurotransmitters for protein metabolism.  The immune system relies heavily on this vitamin for normal function.

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