"If you have ever struggled with losing weight, attempting numerous fad diets, yo-yoing up and down, or just plain not getting the results you expected…take heart! Weight loss frustration is rapidly becoming a thing of the past. In our clinic we offer a complete range of Vitamin Weight Loss Injections. All products we offer are carefully chosen and all procedures are customized to your situation to produce the best possible results."
B-12, B-6, B-5, B-3, L-Carnitine & M.I.C. Lipotropic Injections
Dubbed the “Weight Loss Shot”, this safe and effective injection helps burn fat, increase energy, lower stress and anxiety, restore mental clarity and memory loss, and decrease hunger. Shots can be taken safely once a week or as needed when your weight loss is at a standstill.
When injected, vitamin B12 is easily absorbed by the body and then utilized in the formation of red blood cells as well as aiding in the maintenance of a healthy nervous and cardiovascular system. The three major health benefits of vitamin B12 injections are an increase in energy, sleeping better, and a feeling of alertness.
Weight Loss and Increased Energy through B12 Injections Diet and exercise is what most doctors will tell you is the best way to stay healthy and lose weight. The fact is, while both of these are important to a healthy lifestyle, for some people they just aren't enough. If you exercise daily and eat healthy but still aren't losing weight like you want to, consider a B12 injection to boost your energy levels and burn more calories. Remember, you can't rely solely on a B12 shot to lose weight, but it can be an important part of your daily routine along with eating healthy and exercising.
Vitamin B5 - pantothenic acid - plays an important role in the secretion of hormones, such as cortisone because of the role it plays in supporting the adrenal gland. These hormones assist the metabolism, help to fight allergies and are beneficial in the maintenance of healthy skin, muscles and nerves.
Pantothenic acid is also used in the release of energy as well as the metabolism of fat, protein and carbohydrates. It is used in the creation of lipids, neurotransmitters, steroid hormones and hemoglobin.
Some are of the opinion that pantothenic acid is also helpful to fight wrinkles as well as graying of the hair.
Deficiency of vitamin B5: With Vitamin B5 in short supply symptoms like fatigue, headaches, nausea, tingling in the hands, depression, personality changes and cardiac instability have been reported.
Frequent infection, fatigue, abdominal pains, sleep disturbances and neurological disorders including numbness, paresthesia (abnormal sensation such as "burning feet" syndrome), muscle weakness and cramps are also possible indications that this nutrient is in short supply.
- Reduces homocysteine levels, which lowers your risk of stroke, heart disease, cancer, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's disease, and many degenerative diseases.
- Helps to form serotonin and other chemicals that are essential to the health of your nervous system.
- Helps to produce vitamin B3, also known as niacin.
- Helps to form hemoglobin, a key component of your red blood cells.
- Helps to dampen the effects of steriod hormones like estrogen and testosterone in your body, which can potentially decrease your risk of sex hormone-sensitive cancers like breast and prostate cancers.
The body uses vitamin B3 in the process of releasing energy from carbohydrates. It’s needed to form fat from carbohydrates and to process alcohol. The niacin form of vitamin B3 also regulates cholesterol, though niacinamide does not.
Carnitine, also known as L-Carnitine, is a naturally occurring nutrient that is produced in the kidneys and liver. This nutrient helps convert fat into energy and has thus obtained a reputation as a viable supplement for weight loss and exercise enhancement. The body typically produces sufficient amounts of L-Carnitine for its needs. However, some people, particularly those suffering from certain heart and liver conditions, may need to supplement their intake of L-Carnitine.
These lipotropic agents belong to a class of substances that play important roles in the body's use of fat. Of these substances methionine, inositol, and choline are among the mote noteworthy. Through their involvement in the lipid (fat) metabolism, lipotropics help maintain liver function and promote fat excretion.
Methionine is a lipotropic amino acid which reduces fat and aids in the lowering of cholesterol. It also plays a vital upstream role in the synthesis of other amino acids needed by the body.
Inositol and Choline are co-enzymes necessary for the prosper metabolism of fats. A deficiency in inositol has been shown to produce an accumulation of triglycerides in the liver. Inositol metabolizes fats and cholesterol and aids in their transport in blood vessels. It is therefore an aid in the redistribution of body fat and can help to lower cholesterol levels. Choline aids in emulsifying cholesterol. Choline also works well with methionine to detoxify amines which are the by-products of protein metabolism. Without choline, fats can become trapped in the liver, where they black normal metabolic functions.
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