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Injectables w/ Dr. Jeanne Southern

Chiropractic
Dr. Brad Koby

Dr. Valentina McClellan

LipoSlim Injection

What is a Lipo-Slim Injection

Levocarnitine encourages the metabolism of fat by helping the transfer of fatty acids to the

power houses of the cells, the mitochondria. It increases the body's ability to release stored fat

in the form of triglycerides which provide more energy to the body. Added bonuses are that it

also stops fat from building up in organs like the heart and liver which improves the function of

both the heart and liver. It is also known to increase the number of androgen receptors in

muscles which allow muscle to utilize testosterone resulting in an enhanced ability to build

muscle, thereby reducing fat and enhancing energy levels.

Choline is an important fat emulsifier involved in the biosynthesis of lecithin and the formulation

of the amino acid methionine. It aids in emulsifying cholesterol so it doesn't settle on the

arterial walls. Inositol, Choline and Methionine are integrally involved in how the liver handles

fats. This powerful nutrient trio triggers your body to burn off excess fat. The maximum level

of choline has been set for safety at 3.5 g/day. Taking too much choline could result in your body

smelling fishy, may cause nausea, depression, and could trigger existing epilepsy. Hypotension,

sweating, salivation and diarrhea have also been reported.

Inositol is a simple carbohydrate which has been demonstrated to accelerate the transport of fat

through the blood system. Inositol, Choline and Methionine are integrally involved in how the liver

handles fats. This powerful nutrient trio triggers your body to burn off excess fat. Inositol is

virtually free from side effects.

Methionine is an amino acid which acts as a catalyst for Choline and Inositol, thus speeding up their

function. Methionine is one of the essential amino acids (building blocks of protein). It supplies sulfur

and other compounds required by the body for normal metabolism and growth. Excessive methionine

intake, in the presence of inadequate intake of folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin 812, can increase the

conversion of methionine to homocysteine—a substance linked to heart disease and stroke. However,

whether this relationship creates a significant hazard for humans taking supplemental methionine has

not been established. Supplementation of up to 2 grams methionine daily for long periods of time has

not produced any serious side effects.

Vitamin 812 (Hydroxocobalamin) is involved in the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates,

thus being involved in the generation of energy. Also, is critical for production of red blood cells and

for the optimum functioning of the nervous system. Vitamins 812 and B6 work closely together to

control blood levels of the amino acid homocysteine. Vitamin B12 is considered safe and non-toxic. No

toxic or adverse effects have been associated with large intakes of vitamin B12 from food or

supplements in healthy people.

Vitamin 86 (Pyridoxal-5-Phospahte) helps with weight loss through a stimulating effect on the thyroid

and by reducing water retention. When calorie intake is low, Vitamin B6 helps convert stored

carbohydrates to glucose to maintain normal blood sugar levels. Vitamin B6 is needed for more than

100 enzymes involved in protein metabolism.