Lipotropic nutrients help mobilize fat and burn it for energy
An optimally performing metabolism provides energy to help you meet your weight loss goals
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:
Methionine is an essential amino acid that helps the liver process fatty acids. It is an antioxidant that can be converted into sulfur-containing molecules that protect tissues, modify DNA, and maintain the proper functioning of the cells.
Inositol is a naturally occurring sugar found in cell membranes, plasma lipoproteins, and in the nucleus as the phosphate form. Inositol is used in cell signaling. It plays a role in cell structure, metabolism, fat burning, energy storage, energy consumption, and the stress response. Researchers have found that it accelerates weight loss and reduces fat mass without a significant loss in muscle mass.
Choline is important in generating energy and supporting the metabolic processes in cells. Choline helps move fat and bile from the liver so it can be used as a source of energy.
B12 is essential for growth, cellular reproduction, blood formation, neurological function, synthesis of DNA, and protein and tissue synthesis. It is also essential for fat metabolism
Carnitine is derived from the amino acids lysine and methionine and is found in nearly every cell in the body. It is critical in the process of energy production in all cells. Carnitine transports long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria, breaking them down to produce energy.
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.
Inositol is a sugar alcohol that has many roles in the body, including affecting neurotransmitters in the brain, forming cell membranes, and glucose handling. Inositol may decrease 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.
Choline is used to synthesize phospholipids which are essential components of cell membranes. The phospholipid, phosphatidylcholine, is also important in packaging fat consumed in the diet. Without adequate phosphatidylcholine, fat and cholesterol may accumulate in the liver. In addition, phospholipids are precursors to cell signaling molecules such as diacylglyceride and ceramide. Cells use these molecules to communicate their current status and requirements.
B12 is involved in many chemical reactions in the body, including ones associated with fat and carbohydrate metabolism and protein synthesis.
Acetylcarnitines transport fatty acids into the mitochondria. Fatty acids are oxidized in the mitochondria to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the energy currency used by all cells in the body.
In addition to fatty acid metabolism, carnitine plays a role in carbohydrate metabolism. Carnitine helps maintain fluid balance inside and outside of the cells.
B12 is involved in many chemical reactions in the body, including ones associated with fat and carbohydrate metabolism and protein synthesis. Leading researchers to speculate that B12 deficiency (a relatively common problem) could make it harder for a person to lose weight.
Clinical tests show that there was an association between B12 deficiency and increased fat accumulation and obesity. A large study that enrolled 967 people showed that people with low B12 levels were at a higher risk for overweight and obesity.
Lipo S combines five lipotropic nutrients with many nutritional benefits. Lipotropics help move excess fat from the liver. Methionine also neutralizes the free radicals produced by metabolism and carnitine ushers fats into the mitochondria where they can be burned for energy. These five lipotropic nutrients can support your weight loss efforts and help protect your liver.
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Lipo S is a combination of five lipotropics that stimulate fat metabolism:
Methionine, inositol, and choline help mobilize fat from the liver so it can be used for energy. They are intended to be used in combination with a low-calorie diet and exercise as part of a weight management plan.
MIC helps filter fat and regulate insulin response. MIC, along with vitamin B12 and Acetyl L-carnitine, helps regulate mood, reduce hunger, enhance fat metabolism and increase energy levels.
Lipo-S will support your weight loss efforts, but only as part of a weight management plan.
The typical dose for Lipo-S is 4 mls daily. However, it is important to follow the instructions provided by your healthcare provider.
Most lipotropic combinations have vitamin B12 along with other vitamins or amino acids that promote fat mobilization and help you modulate your appetite.
Methionine, inositol, and choline help mobilize fat.
Acetyl L-carnitine supports efficient metabolism by helping the mitochondria in your cell convert fat into energy.
Acetyl-L carnitine has the following potential uses:
Potential side effects of acetyl-L-carnitine include:
Acetyl-L carnitine helps usher fatty acids across the membranes of the mitochondria in your cells. Mitochondria are tiny organelles that convert sugars, fats, and proteins into adenosine triphosphate (ATP) which is the energy currency of the body.
The easier it is for fats to move into the mitochondria, the faster they can be oxidized and turned into energy.