Lipotrim Injections

lipolean injection

What are Lipotropic agents?

Lipotropics are a class of substances, of which methionine, inositol and choline are the most effective, that play an important role in the body’s control of fat. These amino acids help the liver process fats while supporting the liver’s normal functions including glycogen storage, plasma protein synthesis, bile production, and detoxification. Lipotropics help maintain a healthy liver.

Methionine: Methionine has been shown to reduce fat and aid in lowering blood cholesterol levels. A deficiency in this essential amino acid can adversely affect fat metabolism and may lead to fatty degeneration of the liver.

Inositol: Inositol metabolizes fats and cholesterol while aiding in the transportation of fat in the blood. Inositol may help in the redistribution of body fat while lowering cholesterol levels. A lack of inositol has been shown to produce an accumulation of triglycerides in the liver.

Choline: Choline is a fat emulsifier which aids in emulsifying cholesterol so that it does not settle on arterial walls. Choline works well with inositol to utilize fats and cholesterol. Choline’s function in fat metabolism is related to its role in bile production. Without choline, fats can become trapped in the liver, where they can block normal metabolic functions leading to weight gain. The body can produce choline, with the help of vitamin B12, folic acid, and methionine. Natural choline production however, may not always be adequate to meet daily needs. Studies show that diets deficient in choline lead to undesirable changes to liver, kidney, and brain function.

Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is important for the normal functioning of the nervous system and for formation of blood. It is involved in the metabolism of most cells, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation. Vitamin B12 is also involved in energy production and fatty acid synthesis. Many medical conditions, illnesses, and substance dependencies, as well as normal aging can lead to a B12 deficiency

L-Canitine: Carnitine has its primary role in regulation of fat metabolism. It acts by carrying fat across mitochondrial membranes. Carnitine has been shown to be is important in providing energy to muscles. It may also increase the rate at which liver burns fat and creates energy.

This exclusive vitamin cocktail contains B12 ,L-Argenine, L-Carnetine and MIC (Methione, Inositol and Choline) With this lipotropic compound, you will have an increase in energy, metabloism and enhanced liver function which subsequently increases the flow of fats and bile from the liver and gallbladder assisting in significant weight loss.


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