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Lipotropic Injections: Do They Really Work for Weight Loss?

July 29, 2016 at 4:11 PM

Note: The information on this page is intended for informational use only. Do not use this post, or any other information on this site, to diagnose or treat any medical condition, or in lieu of professional medical advice from a certified personal physician. Always check with your doctor before undergoing any treatment or beginning any weight loss regimen.

Lipo InjectionsIf you’ve done any reading on weight loss methods lately, there’s a good chance you’ve come across information about something called, “lipotropic injections.” While it might sound a bit scary to some, lipotropic injections have been around for a long time, and many people have experienced great success with lipotropic injections for weight loss.*

Curious? Keep reading to learn more.

What are Lipotropic Injections?

Lipotropic injections, sometimes known simply as B12 shots, are a weight loss supplement designed for those with a lot of weight to lose – generally people with more than 20 or 30 percent body fat.

The supplement consists of four primary active ingredients:

  • Vitamins B12 and B6
  • Choline: An amino acid that aides the body’s natural fat metabolism, and helps to prevent fatty deposits on the liver. Beef, some nuts, and beans are all natural sources.
  • Inositol: An amino acid that works in conjunction with choline to protect the arteries, heart, and liver by producing lecithin. Natural sources include raisins, bananas, and nuts.
  • Methionine: Like choline, methionine helps to reduce fatty deposits in the liver. It also acts as a catalyst for choline and inositol, improving and opening up their function in the body. Methionine can be found naturally in fish, sesame seeds, and Brazil nuts.

 The supplement works best when injected, although oral supplements are available for those averse to needles.*

Do Lipotropic Injections Really Work for Weight Loss?

Weight loss and never be guaranteed, and there’s not a lot in the way of clinical studies or scientific evidence one way or the other, but there are numerous anecdotal accounts of people getting great results with lipotropic injections and many weight loss professionals swear by them.*

thermometer temperature fever fluOf course, they aren’t a “magic bullet.” Lipotropic injections are meant to be used as a weight loss supplement, used in conjunction with a physician-approved diet and exercise program. *

Are Lipotropic Injections Safe?

For most healthy people not on any medications, lipotropic injections are perfectly safe when used as intended, administered by a professional.*

Of course, as with any medical treatment or supplement, there is always a possibility of side effects.  Side effects can include:

  • Tenderness of the injection site
  • Upset stomach
  • Allergic reaction

Side effects usually aren’t severe, but always check with your personal doctor before beginning any treatment, and stop treatment immediately if you experience any side effects.

Lipotropic Injections for Weight Loss in Connecticut

If you’re interested in lipotropic injections as part of a comprehensive, medically supervised weight loss plan in Connecticut, come to Medical Weight Loss Solutions in Wallingford. Offering LipoFast Injections along with custom diet and exercise plans created by doctors and other certified professionals, Medical Weight Loss Solutions can help you start your journey to a new you.* Get in touch today

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Category: Weight Loss Tips

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