You can buy Lipo Burn as a part of a specialized treatment plan. Enroll as a patient, and you will consult with a doctor. After approval, the pharmacy will ship the medication straight to your door.
Do we offer Lipo Burn as part of a treatment plan?
Improve your lipid profile
Improve mental clarity
Each of the components of Lipo Burn works differently. A synopsis of what is understood about their individual effects:
Caffeine interacts with neurotransmitters in the brain such as serotonin, dopamine, acetylcholine, and adenosine, where it increases alertness, decreases fatigue, and increases concentration. Caffeine also stimulates the release of catecholamines in the sympathetic nervous system, increasing metabolic rate, heart rate, blood flow to muscles, and blood glucose.
Chromium binds to a small protein to form chromodulin, a substance that binds to and activates the insulin receptor to promote the effects of insulin in cells. The movement of glucose from the bloodstream into the cells can aid in blood sugar control.
Age-related decline in DHEA is associated with a decrease in muscle mass and bone density. Both DHEA and testosterone are converted to the active androgen dihydrotestosterone in the peripheral tissues. Many changes associated with aging – such as reduced immune function, obesity, diabetes, and increased risk for cancer – are associated with decreasing levels of DHEA.
Inositol is a sugar alcohol that has many roles in the body, including affecting levels of neurotransmitters and the way the body handles glucose. Inositol may be effective in decreasing insulin resistance, a condition that leads to high blood glucose levels.
Methionine is an essential amino acid that is required for the growth and repair of body tissues.
Methylcobalamin is a form of vitamin B12, which is essential for maintaining a healthy nervous system and producing red blood cells. Obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, and cardiovascular disease have all been linked to low B12 levels, according to researchers. B12 is involved in regulating DNA coding for proteins (epigenetics) as well as many metabolic processes in the cell. There is mounting evidence that B12-DNA interactions regulate lipid metabolism and play a role in fat deposition.
Naltrexone is an opiate antagonist. Naltrexone acts in a brain region called the hypothalamus, where it reduces cravings and hunger. Naltrexone may work by blocking specific receptors in the brain.
Yohimbine blocks alpha-1 and alpha-2 adrenoceptors. It increases adrenaline and dopamine levels and decreases serotonin. It may act on alpha-2 receptors in fat cells, supporting the breakdown of fats.