Medically Supervised “Skinny Shot” Program
What are Lipotropic Injections?
Lipotropics are a blend of amino acids and vitamins that are essential for your health. Your organs are responsible for removing fat and toxins from your body, so the healthier your organs are, the better they will work for you.
Our Lipotropic Injection Protocol does not require starvation diets, surgery or dangerous drugs. Our program is designed to address fat loss at a nutritional level, to boost your energy while enhancing the function of your organs and increasing the flow of fats and bile from the liver and gallbladder. Therefore your body is processing fat versus storing it.
Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12) Essential for helping to form new, healthy cells in the body. It also boosts energy, helping to increase activity levels.
Methionine A protein-based amino acid that helps preserves artery function, maintains healthy nails, hair, and skin. Helps metabolize and break down fat, remove heavy metals from the body to ensure that the liver, kidneys, and bladder remain healthy.is essential for muscle growth and energy.
Choline Important to the function of the liver, Along with helping to remove toxins and wastes & prevent fat from accumulating in the liver. With proper amounts of this nutrient in the diet each day, the chances of developing problems with the liver are greatly minimized.
L-Carnitine The primary function of L-carnitine is to convert lipids, or fats, into fuel for energy. Specifically, its role is to move fatty acids into the cells that reside within the protective membranes that surround cells, essential to provide energy for every cell in the body.
Inositol Sometimes used medicinally, helping to lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the body. Inositol may also be used to improve circulation, prevent hair loss, nourish the brain, and facilitate the conversion of nutrients to energy.
Ascorbic Acid known for its antioxident properties. It is a molecular bond of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Most people are familiar with L-ascorbic acid, more commonly referred to as vitamin C