Caffeine, chromium, and naltrexone can suppress appetite and reduce cravings
Lipotropic nutrients help mobilize fat and burn it for energy
Vitamin B12 and methionine support the liver as it metabolizes fatty acids
DHEA supports muscle building and reduces abdominal fat deposition
Though a healthy diet and increased physical activity are the keys to weight loss, lipotropic nutrients can optimize fat metabolism. These nutrients help move fat from the liver for cells to use as a source of energy. Excess liver fat is associated with:
Lipo Burn is a compounded medication that is used to support weight loss by improving how glucose is metabolized in the body by decreasing cravings or increasing metabolic rate. Inositol, methionine, chromium, and methylcobalamin (B12) are all nutrients that support metabolism and fat burn. Caffeine is a stimulant that increases the perception of enhanced mental and physical energy.
DHEA is a hormone that the body converts to estrogen and testosterone. Low-dose naltrexone appears to have both anti-inflammatory and weight loss benefits. Yohimbine, a long-used treatment for ED, has also been used for its ability to stimulate fat burning.
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.
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.
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.
Methionine is a sulfur-containing branched-chain amino acid that must be ingested in the diet or as a supplement and is used for protein synthesis, including the formation of S-adenosyl methionine (SAM), L-homocysteine, L-cysteine, taurine, and sulfate. SAM has lipotropic effects potentially through its role as a methyl donor in lipid metabolism. When methionine donates a methyl group, VLDL and LDL cholesterol transport lipids from the liver.
B12 is an essential vitamin. 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.
Low-dose naltrexone seems to:
• Act on opioid receptors to increase the release of beta-endorphins
• Reduce pro-inflammatory cytokines and increase anti-inflammatory cytokines
• Regulate opioid growth factor
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 by blocking the activity of the alpha-2 adrenergic receptor on fat cells.
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. In clinical studies, it accelerated weight loss and reduced fat mass while upregulating genes involved in lipid metabolism and insulin sensitivity.
Lipo Burn is an unbeatable combination that supports weight loss while enhancing energy and alertness. Caffeine, chromium, yohimbine, and naltrexone will help reduce your cravings and suppress your appetite. Methionine, chromium, vitamin B12, and inositol will enhance how your liver stores and utilizes fats. DHEA stimulates muscle development using calories from fat deposits.
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Lipotropics are combinations of vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and prescription medications that help mobilize fat from the liver so your body can easily access it and use it as a source of energy.
Lipotropics enhance weight loss, especially when combined with an exercise plan and a healthy diet Lipo Burn combines several lipotropic compounds, which all work together to mobilize fat from the liver so it can be burned for energy.
B12 shots are used to replenish vitamin B12. They are recommended for people who are likely to be vitamin B12 deficient Restoring vitamin B12 can maximize metabolic efficiency and restore energy. Lipotropics frequently include vitamin B12. For example, Lipo Burn has vitamin B12 included, along with chromium, caffeine, DHEA, methionine, naltrexone, yohimbine, and inositol.
B12 deficiency is more common than you might think. Signs and symptoms of B12 deficiency include:
Lipotropics enhance weight loss, but how fast you lose weight will depend as much or more on the other two components of an effective weight management plan, diet and exercise. If you consume a healthy diet and build physical activity into your daily schedule, you may begin to see weight loss benefits in about 30 days. How quickly you lose weight depends on many factors, an Invigor Medical specialist can provide a more individualized plan.
Lipotropics should be used under the supervision of a healthcare provider. Your Invigor Medical specialist will help you determine whether you are a good candidate for lipotropics. If so, lipotropics can be used safely and provide effective support for weight loss. However, all medications and supplements have side effects. Talk to your healthcare provider to see whether you are at a higher risk for any side effects.
Some lipotropic modulate your appetite and others suppress it. An appetite suppressant acts in the brain to reduce hunger so you eat fewer calories. For example, caffeine is an appetite suppressant. Medications that modulate appetite help you resist cravings that may cause you to eat, even when you aren’t hungry. Naltrexone modulates appetite. It helps you resist cravings
Some lipotropic medications do contain phentermine. However, Lipo Burn does not. It contains a combination of medications that synergistically work to mobilize fat from the liver, modulate appetite, and help with effective glucose utilization.
No, lipotropics are generally safe, but they are not safe for everyone and that is why it is important to meet with a healthcare provider and get a prescription for lipotropics instead of buying a product online that does not require a prescription.
For example, Lipo Burn contains vitamin B12. People with Leber’s disease or polycythemia should not take vitamin B12 as it may result in increased or more severe side effects. Share all of your medical history with your healthcare provider so they can determine whether lipotropics are safe for you.