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Lipolite (MIC) Injections

Thousands of people across the world have turned to MIC injections because of their weight loss benefits. In a world where weight really matters, there needs to be a way to make sure you look fantastic at all times. If you purchase MIC shots then you will be able to lose significant amounts of weight in only a short period of time.

A lot of people hear about the weight loss properties of MIC injections, but don’t actually know what they are. We have often heard “what are MIC injections?” when discussing with weight loss patients, which comes as no surprise. MIC is actually an acronym for Methionine, Inositol, and Choline. These names aren’t really of much interest to you considering you want to lose weight any way possible; however, below is the explanation of Lipolite (MIC) injections.

The Lipolite injection consists of vitamins, minerals and amino acids. These lipotrophic agents (methionine, inositol and choline) belong to a class of substances that play  important roles in the body’s use of fats. Through their involvement in the lipid metabolism, lipotropics help maintain liver function and promote fat excretion.

Methionine is an antioxidant  amino acid that helps to neutralize free radicals.  Methionine deficiency develops with inadequate intake of the amino acid, mostly from low–meat diets or poor absorption (as can happen with stomach ulcers, gastritis, Xenical and following gastric by-pass surgery). Methionine is lipotropic, meaning it assists in metabolizing fat. Methionine does contain sulfur  so patients with a sulfa allergy should not take it.

Inositol is a vitamin that is vital for the  metabolism of fat and cholesterol and aids in their transport in  blood vessels.  Inositol can help lower cholesterol levels.  A lack of inositol has been shown to produce an accumulation of triglycerides in the liver (fatty liver) as well as hair loss.  Inositol is found in a variety of foods, but body stores can decrease during periods of dieting and excessive caffeine intake.

Choline is a co-enzyme that is needed for the metabolism of fats and leads to the transport of fats out of the liver. Choline  detoxifies amines that are the by products of protein metabolism.  Deficiency of choline can lead to cirrhosis of the liver. The usual dose is 1cc per week injected intramuscularly.

Is Lipo-Lite right for you?

Are you uncomfortable with the way you look? If you answered yes, then this new medical procedure may be right for you! How it works: Lipolite is injected into the fatty areas, like the buttocks, thighs or “love handles” and work by triggering enzymes responsible for breaking down and dissolving fat, as well as for slimming and smoothing the skin.

What areas can be treated ?

Lipolite is not a replacement for liposuction because, so far, it has only been used on small amounts of fat. It is perfect for the person who wants to lose that last 5 pounds on the thighs, “love handles”, sagging stomach, the underarm flab, or those fat pads under the eyes.

How much work will I miss, does it hurt ?

There is no downtime and no apparent side effects, other than slight swelling and bruising in the treated areas. The injected areas may remain tender for several days to a few weeks. Patients can usually return to work the same day.

How long does it take to work, and how many sessions are required ?

The fat deposits begin to break down immediately, though it requires a series of 3-6 injection sessions, which are administered over 2-3 weeks. The results are usually evident within two to three months following treatment.




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