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What Are Lipotropic Injections?

Lipo Syringe

 

 

What are lipotropic injections? How can they assist me in weight loss? Maintenance after I have lost weight?

 

Lipotropic injections are amino acids; choline, inositol, methionine, combined with vitamin B6 and B12. The benefits toward successful weight loss are astounding.

The choline is responsible for reducing fat in the liver and gallbladder. It aids in metabolizing fats and transferring them into the blood stream. What that means for you is a sped up metabolism of fats, decreasing fat deposits. Inositol regulates your insulin and serotonin levels; thus increasing mood and decreasing hunger. If you know anything about Growth Hormones, you will remember how important your insulin regulation is. The growth hormone article gives you vital information on how the release of GH into your blood steam aids in regenerating new cells, and building muscle. Having an increase in mood is aided also by the vitamins B6 and B12, thus giving the sense of increased energy. B6 and B12 are also responsible for assisting in lipid metabolism. The methionine lowers your cholesterol levels and aids in fat reduction. Lipotropic injections also help in maintaining healthy skin and nails, controlling estrogen levels, and helps minimize excess water gain.

 

Who would use or benefit from lipotropic injections? Anyone/ everyone looking to maintain their weight, lose weight, or prevent themselves from regaining weight lost.

 

You can see how adding these injections to your routine will give you an edge in the success of your program.

 

What are the side effects of these injections?

 

As with any injection, if not properly administered, you may experience an infection at the injection site. Possible redness or swelling may also occur.

In some people an upset stomach, nausea or mild diarrhea may occur.

In some cases of allergic reaction; hives, wheezing, inflamed airwaves, lip and/or tongue swelling may occur.

 

As always, remain consistent in your routines, supplements and water intake. Make sure you add stretching to your exercise program to maintain your range of motion/ flexibility. Do your best to get 6-8 hours of sleep. Sleep is your bodies’ essential “repair” time. It is equally important for your healthy regimen.

 

 

** www.delightmedical.com, www.yahoovoices.com, and www.livingstrong.com

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