They can be used as part of your comprehensive weight loss program. They can also be administered weekly by themselves as a fat -burning additive. We see better results among patients who engage both the weight loss program and the injection regiment.
How do B12 Lipotropic injections work?
These shots are composed of compounds that enhance the liver function. The compounds also increase the flow of fats and bile from the liver and gallbladder. A lipotropic substance decreases the deposit of, and speeds up the removal of fat within the liver. Lipotropic injections include a combination of important amino acids. The acids work to mobilize fat from fat cells, provide fuel for energy, and help suppress hunger. These acids are:
Choline: Supports liver health by its processing and excreting chemical waste products. This amino acid is essential in its support of the endocrine, cardiovascular and hepatic systems.
Methionine: A sulfur-containing amino acid, Methionine acts as a liptropic agent to prevent excess fat buildup in the liver and the body.
It is helpful in relieving or preventing fatigue. It may be useful in some cases of allergy because it reduces the release of histamines.
Inositol: This nutrient in the B vitamin complex is closely associated with choline. It aids in the metabolism of fats and helps reduce blood cholesterol. Inositol is converted by the body to a substance that regulates the action of serotonin within brain cells. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter chemical that plays an important role in regulating mood and appetite.
Pyroxidine or B 6: Pyroxidine is a vital part of the enzyme system and very important to the metabolism of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. It is also vital to 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.
Vitamin B12: It is a vitamin which is important for the normal functioning of the brain 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 tryglycerides as fuel, and sparing the supply of glycogen stored in the liver for heavier exertion.
Chromium: is a metallic element that humans require in very small amounts. It is an essential part of metabolic processes that regulate blood sugar, and helps insulin transport glucose into cells, where it can be used for energy. Chromium also appears to be involved in the metabolism of carbohydrate, fat, and protein.