M.I.C Complex and Lipo Factors
The M.I.C. complex contains lipo tropic factors that work with your body to facilitate fat metabolism. They promote the flow of fat to and from the liver. M.I.C Complex and Lipo also nourishes the liver, resulting in an organ that is better equipped with the necessary nutrients to function properly and eliminate fats. These lipotropic factors also promote energy production, cardiovascular health, and nerve health. The M.I.C. vitamin complex is a specialty compounded medication that combines supplements (methionine, inositol, choline, vitamins A, D, B12, minerals, probiotics, diuretics, and L-carnitine) to help increase energy levels, improve cellular health, and boost both metabolism and the immune system. It is also great at reducing water retention.
Methionine is an essential amino that acts as a lipotropic agent, which means that it catalyzes the breakdown of fats. It also helps to lower cholesterol levels, which prevents the buildup of excess fat both in the liver and throughout the circulatory system. Methionine can be use to reduce and relieve fatigue, and could be useful in some cases of allergies because of its ability to reduce the release of histamine.
Injecting methionine into your muscles helps you rapidly achieve high concentrations in your blood, which may result in more effective mobilization and enhance the eradication of fatty deposits in the blood.
Other benefits of methionine include the improvement of:
• Liver disease
• Skin tone and elasticity
• Cardiovascular and muscular functions
• Premature ejaculation
• Chronic depression
• Parkinson’s disease
• AIDS myelopathy
Importantly, recent clinical research has suggested that methionine could “…strongly improve alcohol-induced histological changes in the liver.” Methionine ingestion also decreases the triglyceride content of the liver in a dose-dependent manner.
Inositol is a sugar-alcohol that stimulates the health of cellular structures and nerve synapses and facilitates fat metabolism. It helps reduce the levels of bad cholesterol (LDL) and is involved in the actions of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that regulates mood and appetite.
Inositol is plays roles in the breakdown of fats, reducing serum cholesterol levels, altering serotonin activity, and modulating gene expression and insulin signal transduction. It is synthesized in the body from glucose, and it forms a critical part of several structural lipids, signaling molecules, and second messengers.
This means that it plays roles in a number of processes, including:
• Gene expression
• Fat catabolism
• Maintaining the cellular membrane potential
• Insulin signaling
Therapeutically, it is used to treat a number of conditions, such as:
• Conditions associated with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Diabetic nerve pain
• Panic disorder
It is also thought to help achieve optimal brain function.
Inositol deficiency may lead to a number of symptoms, including:
• Memory loss
• High cholesterol
• Vision problems
• Alopecia, hair loss, or pattern baldness
• Fatty liver
Even though inositol is naturally found in some foods such as nuts and beans, some studies have suggested that it is more effective at breaking down fat when injected.
Choline is a water-soluble vitamin and an essential nutrient, which means that it must be consumed in the diet or obtained via supplements. It helps support the processing and excretion of chemical waste products and fats in the liver. It is also vital for the transfer and metabolism of fats and cholesterol for the maintenance of the endocrine, cardiovascular, and hepatic systems.
Choline supplementation is used to treat the following conditions:
• Tourette’s syndrome
• Cerebellar ataxia
• Chronic cirrhosis and hepatitis
• Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
• Memory loss
It is also used by pregnant women and to reduce fatigue in athletes and bodybuilders.
The AAI Rejuvenation Clinic M.I.C Complex and Lipo also contains vitamin B-12 and other B-Complexes, as well as L-carnitine. L-Carnitine is an amino acid that is essential for transporting and breaking down fats for the generation of metabolic energy.