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How Lipotropic Injections Can Kickstart Weight Loss

Weight loss is hard. However, there’s a reason why dieters continue sticking to a healthy diet and exercise regimen: results. 

Lipotropic injections can help you get results faster and motivate you to stay on your weight loss plan for longer. 

Lipotropics are substances that impact fat metabolism. Lipotropic injections contain a combination of ingredients that accelerate the breakdown of fat in the liver, usually vitamin B12, inositol, choline, and phentermine. They can also be customized to the patient’s needs.

Our specialist at Weston Medical Health & Wellness, Dr. Andrea Bretal, provides lipotropic injections as just one part of a medically supervised weight loss programs. FInd out how lipotropic injections aid weight loss and whether you’re a good fit for them. 

Faster metabolism 

Substances found in lipotropic injections, such as vitamin B12, can help regulate insulin, the fat-storing hormone. When your insulin levels are high throughout the day, you’re more likely to store fat from the food you ingest. 

B-complex vitamins are also known for improving insulin resistance, another risk factor for weight gain. 

Higher energy levels when eating at a deficit

A caloric deficit is key to losing weight, but following a diet low in calories for prolonged periods of time can affect your energy levels and intellectual performance. This usually occurs because you also cut nutrients when you cut calories from your diet. 

Many dieters, especially those who opt for a plant-based diet, end up having low energy levels caused by B12 deficiency. Lipotropic injections come with high levels of vitamin B12, making it easier for you to stay at a caloric deficit without experiencing fatigue.

Suppressed appetite 

It’s true, abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym. Although exercise can burn calories and increase muscle, it can’t compensate for overeating. 

Lipotropic injections that contain phentermine, a prescription-based appetite suppressant, can curb your cravings and make your weight loss journey far more manageable. 

Studies suggest that phentermine is safe and effective for long-term treatments as well.

Lose weight under the supervision of a medical professional 

An estimated 45 million Americans go on a diet each year, yet nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. The guidance of a medical professional takes the guessing out of the equation and makes it easier to attain sustainable results without experiencing hunger and fatigue. 

If you want to kickstart your weight loss efforts and need counseling regarding nutrition and fitness, contact Dr. Bretal. Our specialist at Weston Medical Health & Wellness can help you pick the perfect diet for your lifestyle and use weight loss supplements for maximum results.

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