Lipo 7 FAQ
What is Lipo 7?
Lipo 7 is a lipotropic injection designed to help accelerate fat loss. Lipotropics are simply substances that help metabolize fats in the body for use as energy.
How does Lipo 7 work?
As previously mentioned Lipo 7 is a lipotropic injection that contains vitamins and minerals that are known fat burning agents. In addition this product contains B6 and B12 which not only help with metabolism but also help with energy needs which can be crucial on a calorie restricted diet.
Which is better for Lipo 7 or HCG?
Better is dependent on your individual needs and preferences. The HCG diet program is a short term program that can help dieters lose massive amounts of fat in as little as a month. The plan does require extremely low calories (500-700) per day during that time and HCG is a hormone. Some dieters prefer to have higher calories or prefer a non-hormonal solution. Lipo 7 fills this niche and also can be done continuously because these are vitamins and minerals that can be found in common everyday foods.
What kind of program do you recommend on Lipo 7?
Since Lipo 7 can be used long term (our 30ml kits will last 15 weeks) we suggest a diet that is high in protein, moderate to low in fats and low in carbohydrates, especially simple carbohydrates such as in sugar, white rice and other “white” carbs. If you want to add a few carbs to your diet make sure they come from green vegetable sources and brown grains. You should eat 4 to 5 times per day since this will control blood sugar and kick start your metabolism. We also advocate some sort of fitness plan that has a combination of cardio and strength training at least 2-3 times per week. While the calories burned are a benefit, the real benefit comes as your body composition begins to change into a sleeker more athletic looking version of yourself.
How much can I lose on Lipo 7?
Depending on how much you have to lose, the frequency and content of your meals and your activity level many of our customers have reported losing 2-4 pounds per week with some reporting loss of 5 pounds or more per week. As you continue on the program you will find your body getting leaner but the pounds lost may slow, this is why the scale should be a guide and the mirror should always be part of your self-assessment. A 200lb person wearing 40” jeans and a 200lb person wearing 32” jeans look radically different.