Lipotropic Injections for Women
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How Do Lipotropic Injections Work?
In addition to being a beneficial tool during the weight loss process, lipotropic injections are incredibly useful as a regular health enhancement for those that are trying to maintain their already healthy weight.
Lipotropic injections contain vitamin B12, Methionine, Insitol, Choline and amino acids. All of these nutrients help to encourage fat from burning through the liver. These lipotropics are important for maintaining a healthy liver and for burning this exported fat for extra energy. They also help with breaking down fat in the body and in removing toxins, cellular debris and metabolic waste. When this is used with an HCG or other weight loss program, it produces even better results, less toxicity in the body and more energy throughout the day.
Lipotropic injections are used in order to burn fat in the body by injecting specific vitamins and minerals directly into the body. Lipotropic injections are different from liposuction as they don’t remove, but help fat to dissolve by increasing the metabolism. Fat is dissolved in a general way with liposuction unlike the lipo dissolve method where fat is dissolved in specific areas that the injections target.
A lipotropic nutrient promotes the export of fat from the liver. They are necessary for maintaining a healthy liver and for burning this fat for more energy. Without lipotropics such as inositol and choline, bile and fats are trapped within the liver. This can cause severe problems such as blocking fat metabolism or even cirrhosis. Choline is needed for fat metabolism and for proper liver function. Inositol, another lipotropic, has been shown to help relieve depression and anxiety in some patients.
How Are Lipotropic Injections Used?
These injections are used to dissolve excessive fat in certain areas of the body where exercise isn’t working. Some of these specific areas include the neck, buttocks, hips, inner thighs and stomach. A combination of both B6 and B12 injections may be given within a lipotropic injection. Other fat burning substances that may also be injections include inositol, which helps the liver to remove fat; choline, which prevents cholesterol from getting deposited into one part of the body and methionine, which is very similar to that of inositol. These injections can be given up to twice a week.
Effects of Lipotropic Injections
Amino acids are injected directly into the body and stimulate the liver by optimizing the metabolism process. These injections also can boost the metabolic power in the body. These injections are only effective temporarily. Methionine is a major lipotropic compound needed when estrogen levels in the body are too high. This reduces bile flow in the liver and increases the bile cholesterol levels. This essential amino acid helps to deactivate estrogen. When higher levels of toxic compounds are found, more methionine is needed in the body. It works directly with choline in order to detoxify amines, which are byproducts of protein metabolism. They act as catalyst for both inositol and choline. Along with choline, it also helps reduce fat in the liver and promotes kidney health.
Inositol is another vitamin B complex vitamin that is important for metabolizing fat and cholesterol in the body. It also helps prevent Atherosclerosis, helps treat Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy and Multiple Sclerosis as well as treats anxiety and depression. Deficiency of this vitamin can lead to hair loss.
Choline is important for detoxifying the liver as well as metabolizing fats. A deficiency of this vitamin can lead to fatty degeneration of the liver and atherosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. Choline can help treat diabetes, glaucoma, gallbladder issues, senility, memory problems and Muscular Dystrophy.
What is Vitamin B Complex?
The B vitamins contain eight water-soluble vitamins that all play an important role in cell metabolism. Supplements that contain all eight of these vitamins are known as Vitamin B complex. Individual Vitamin B supplements are referred to by a specific name.
B Vitamin List
Thiamine or Vitamin B1
Riboflavin or Vitamin B2
Niacin or Vitamin B3
Panthothenic acid or Vitamin B5
Pyridoxine or Vitamin B6
Biotin or Vitamin B7
Adenosine Monophosphate or Vitamin B8
Folic Acid or Vitamin B9
Para-aminobenzoic acid or Vitamin B10
Vitamin B12 or Cyanocobalamin
Orotic Acid or Vitamin B13
Cell proliferant or Vitamin B14
Health Benefits of B Vitamins
B vitamins are all needed in order to maintain healthy hair, skin and muscles, to support and to increase the metabolism, to improve the immune and nervous system functions, to promote cell growth and division in the body and to reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal cancer types. All B vitamins are water soluble and need to be replenished daily.
Several vitamin deficiency diseases can result from a lack of sufficient vitamin levels in the body. One such deficiency of vitamin B1 is known as beriberi. Symptoms of this disease include weight loss, weakness in the limbs, irregular heartbeat and swelling of the body’s tissues. Another deficiency disease is Ariboflavinosis, which causes cracks in the lips, glossitis, and high sensitivity to sunlight.
Sources of B Vitamins
B vitamins can come from many foods such as turkey, tuna, lentils, beans, liver oil, potatoes and bananas. It is not available in plant products, making B-12 deficiency prevalent in vegans.
Ultimately, lipotropic injections are a great supplement to using phenetermine or any other appetite suppressant.