MIC Complex and Lipo information
MIC Complex and Lipo factors
MIC Complex and Lipo Factors (Lipo) | These lipotropic factors work with your body to metabolize fat. They promote the flow of fat to and from the liver. M.I.C. MIC Complex and Lipo Factors also nourishes the liver, resulting in an organ better equipped with the necessary nutrients to function properly and eliminate fats. There are many other processes in the body that use these lipotropic factors for uses such as energy production, cardiovascular health, and nerve health. The M.I.C. vitamin Complex is a specialty-compounded medication that combines supplements (Vitamins A, D, B-12, minerals, probiotics, diuretics, and L-Carnitine) to aid in increasing energy levels, cellular health, and boost both the metabolism & immune system. Fantastic for instances where there is water retention that needs to be focused on and flushed out.
Methionine: An essential amino that acts as a lipotropic agent, which assists in the breakdown of fats within the liver. It also helps to lower cholesterol, which prevents excess fat buildup in the liver and throughout the body’s circulatory system. Methionine helps in preventing and relieving fatigue. It’s been known to be useful in some cases of allergies by virtue of its ability to reduce histamine release.
Injecting methionine into your muscles will help you to rapidly achieve high concentrations in your blood levels, which many researchers and physicians say may result in more effective mobilization and further eradication of anomalous fatty deposits in the blood.
Other re-counted benefits of methionine include improvement of:
- Liver disease
- Skin tone and elasticity
- Cardiovascular and muscular functions
There have been conclusive studies where methionine was successfully used in treating the following maladies as well:
- Premature ejaculation
- Chronic depression
- Parkinson’s disease
- AIDS myelopathy
More importantly, recent clinical research has plainly established methionine’s ability to “…strongly improve the alcohol-induced histological changes in the liver.
It was also found that triglyceride content of the liver had decreased in a dose-dependent manner with increasing methionine ingestion.
Inositol – Inositol is a B-vitamin that stimulates the health of cell structures and nerve synapses. It helps with metabolizing fats. It contributes to the reduction of bad cholesterol (LDL) and participates in the action of serotonin, a neurotransmitter known to be in charge of our moods and appetite.
Inositol is also involved in the breakdown of fats, the reduction of serum cholesterol, serotonin activity modulation, gene expression, and insulin signal transduction. It’s actually not a vitamin because your body is unable to synthesize it. Aside from that fact, it has demonstrated to be beneficial in treating:
- Panic disorder
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Fatty liver
Moreover, the fact that it is important for optimal brain function is reason enough to give this B-vitamin some heavy consideration.
Inositol deficiency may manifest as symptoms of:
- High cholesterol
- Vision problems
- Hair loss
Even though inositol is naturally found in some foods like nuts and beans, it is more effective in breaking down fat when administered as an injection.
Choline – Choline is an essential nutrient that helps to support the liver in its processing and excretion of chemical waste products. More importantly, it is vital for the transference and metabolism of fats and cholesterol, which is imperative for the healthy maintenance of the endocrine, cardiovascular, and hepatic systems.
Aside from these three main ingredients, our M.I.C, MIC Complex and Lipo Factors complex comes compounded with B-12 and additional B-Complexes, as well as L-Carnitine, which is also an amino acid that is essential in the process of transporting and breaking down fats for the generation of metabolic energy.
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