Lipo Fat Burn
Lipotropics are a class of natural ingredients that play important roles in the body’s use of fat. These compounds may enhance liver and gallbladder’s role by decreasing fat deposits and speeding up metabolism of fat and its removal.
Benefits of Lipotropics
- Reduce adipose tissue (body fat)
- Preserve lean body tissue (muscle)
- Enhance energy and metabolism
- Improve liver health and protect the liver from damage
The most widely used lipotropic ingredients are Methionine, Inositol, and Choline.
These three Lipotropic nutrients play an important role in the release, breakdown, and metabolism of fat in the body. These compounds support the liver in decreasing fat deposits and speeding up metabolism of fat, while simultaneously creating a greater feeling of energy. Compounding pharmacies which specialize in lipotropic nutrients create a specific blend, also known as the MIC Combo, which has proven to be an effective aid in total fat loss.
- Methionine is an essential amino acid, which means it is a nutrient that the body cannot create, but it is required for the body to function correctly. Methionine is defined as a lipotropic agent, which means that it assists in the breakdown of fats within the liver. It’s main purpose is to help the body reduce cholesterol thereby preventing excess fatty deposits in the liver and throughout the rest of the body. Also, Methionine helps to reduce fatige.
- Inositol is an interesting nutrient that has some very possitive effects, especially for an individual who is dieting and trying to lose weight. One of the most difficult parts of dieting, is the deprived feeling the dieter gets from a reduction of calories. This deprived or unhappy feeling is in part a result of reduced seratonin levels, which is a hormone that helps to improve mood and appetite. Not only does Inositol aid in the metabolism of fats and the reduction of cholesterol, it also participates in the action of seratonin.
- Choline is a nutrient that helps support the liver in the processing and excretion of waste, and is important for the transport of fatty acids and cholesterol. Choline has a number of effects that help support the metabolism specifically.
Additional effects of Choline
- Normalization of cholesterol
- Reduction of glucose and insulin intolerance
- Decrease of liver fats
- Synthesis of carnitine, cell membranes, and the neurotransmitter acetylcholine
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