Lipotropic (Fat Burner) Injections- What is Lipo-C?

Lipo-C injection therapy has been shown to boost metabolism, improve fat burning, support a healthy immune system and proper hormone function.

What is in Lipo-C Injections?

The lipotropic agents included in Lipo-C are Methionine, Choline, Inositol. L-Carnitine and B-vitamins (B-1, B-5).

How do Lipotropic Injections Work?

Lipotropic injections help release fat throughout the body by specifically targeting its stored fatty deposits. Lipotropics boost the body’s metabolic power by providing a highly effective temporary increase in metabolic function. When used in combination with balanced nutrition and regular exercise, lipotropic injections can help boost energy and decrease fat.

What Ingredients do Lipotropic Injections Contain?

Methionine is an essential amino acid that acts both as a Lipotrope, involved in the breakdown of fat during metabolism; and an antioxidant, protecting the body from free radical damage obtained from toxic metals. The sulfur component of methionine is important for healthy skin and hair as well as strong nails. Your body cannot produce this amino acid on its own and must be obtained through methionine rich foods or through a supplement.

Choline is a lipotropic amino acid that helps break down accumulating fats in the liver, lowering cholesterol deposits. This can help reduce the production of plaques in the arteries and fatty degeneration of the liver. Due to its precursor role in Acetylcholine, Choline aids in improvements in mental performance and enhanced cerebrovascular blood flow.

Inositol plays a role in nerve transmission and fat metabolism. Inositol works at the cellular level and is thought to prevent the formation of cancer and may even shrink pre-existing cancers. Inositol helps boost immune system health and lower cholesterol levels.

L-Carnitine helps the body turn fat into energy and increase endurance and muscle recovery when working out.

Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is a water-soluble compound required for carbohydrate metabolism and normal functioning of the nervous system. A deficiency of vitamin B1 can result in a nerve disorder.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) is an essential nutrient needed to sustain life. Vitamin B5 is required for the metabolism and synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins and fats for energy.