Have you heard of LIPO? Or want more information about the LIPO injection? This new email series is perfect for you. In the coming months (or weeks, you decide) we will send you a series of 3 emails explaining the benefits of LIPO, what’s in LIPO and the best diet and physical activity for optimum results.
Today’s email will review the what and how.
What are the benefits of LIPO (MIC+B12)?
LIPO (MIC+B12) is said to burn fat, speed up your metabolism, prevent cholesterol build up and detoxify your body.
What does that mean to you?
This means that when used in tangent with a healthy diet and daily exercise you may be able to boost your weight loss, rid your body of unhealthy toxins and increase your energy levels. MIC+B12 may also be used to help avoid weight gain when you aren’t able to eat as healthy as you would like or get the necessary exercise.
How to use LIPO (MIC+B12)?
LIPO is an intramuscular injection. This means you inject the MIC+B12 into your gluteus maximus muscle or deltoid muscle. The injections are done twice a week for a total of 5 weeks or 15 weeks depending on the vial size purchased from https://ushcgshots.com/.
What is in LIPO (MIC+B12)?
Methionine– Methionine is one of two sulphur containing amino acids and it plays a role in synthesizing other amino acids. Methionine is an essential amino acid, which simply means it must be consumed via diet or supplementation since the body cannot create it on its own. Since methionine contains sulphur it is useful for strengthening cartilage as well as nails and hair.
Inositol– Inositol is another essential nutrient and is found in a number of foods. Inositol is useful for signal transfer, growth and metabolism. Inositol is sometimes used in treating patients who are suffering from depression but it is also known as a lipotropic injection.
Choline– Choline is also helpful for neurotransmission and is recognized as an essential vitamin. While the body does produce choline it still needs to be consumed or supplemented in order to keep healthy levels in the body.
Cyanocobalamin – One of three forms of B12. Cyanocobalamin naturally is converted to Methylcobalamin through the chemical process in the body and is the most common and inexpensive type of B12.