Lipotropic Injections in Cincinnati, Ohio
Complement your Weight Loss Journey.
Lipotropic agents are a class of natural substances that play a big role in the body’s synthesis of Fat. They help reduce the accumulation of fat and promote fat metabolism. Nutrient vitamin / Lipo-B and/or Lipo-Mino injections in Cincinnati may assist you in your nutritional goals by boosting energy and stamina, and helping your body metabolize fats and carbohydrates efficiently.
Lipo-B & Lipo-Mino
- Assists in the breakdown of fats
- Aids in liver detoxification
- Aids in redistribution of body fat
- Can help lower cholesterol
- Increases energy
In addition to the Lipotropics benefits above,, Lipo-Mino also contains a mixture of B vitamins which further help to facilitate fat loss and increase energy. The formula is then completed by adding ingredients to reduce appetite, build muscle and promote a healthy immune system.
- Pyridoxine (B6)
- Thiamine (B1)
- Riboflavin (B2)
Lipo-Trim SL is a concentrated, sublingual combination of amino acids and B vitamins in a proprietary blend of African Mango Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, and Raspberry Ketone Extract, that can help the body convert fat into energy. Because it’s a sublingual spray, absorption is more efficient than taking oral vitamins which lose potency as they pass through the body’s digestive system. It’s ideal for:
- Patient’s who also receive Lipo-B or Lipo-Mino injections on a weekly basis
- Daily use in between injections
- Patients who travel
- Those with an aversion to needles
- Promotes red blood cell formation
- Reduces fatigue
- May alleviate depression
- Aids in Homocysteine metabolism to lower cardiac disease risk
- Promotes a healthy nervous system and immune function
How do Vitamin B 12 Injections Work?
B12 is an essential vitamin for the proper development and function of the brain, nervous system, and red blood cells. B12 is involved in metabolism of every cell of the body, especially affecting DNA synthesis, fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. Our only dietary source of Vitamin B12 is animal proteins (other than some fortified cereals). For many of us, we choose not to eat large quantities of red meat or are instructed not to do so for cholesterol and cardiac reasons.
In addition, Vitamin B12 absorption can be blocked by medications (including heart burn medication, Metformin for diabetes, and birth control pills), and Vitamin B12 absorption decreases as we age. For this reason, Vitamin B12 deficiency is extremely common and often not properly screened for in routine blood work.