Why Vitamins Injections?

Vitamin deficiencies are not just a reflection of lifestyle, but also environmental factors. Since we are all biochemically unique, nutrient deficiencies will vary from patient to patient, and do not necessarily correlate with conditions. Many factors beyond diet determine whether nutrient function is adequate. These include stress, absorption, metabolism, genetic predisposition, age, disease conditions, and medications. So what is included in our vitamin injection program?

Vitamin B12 Injection

Vitamin B12 is most effective for the above ailments when given in injection form. When used to help with treating symptoms, most people who receive a Vitamin B12 injection notice more energy increase and a decrease in pain and weakness within the first few days following their injection. Vitamin B12 is important for metabolism, the formation of red blood cells, and the maintenance of the central nervous system, which includes the brain and spinal cord. Vitamin B12 deficiency causes fatigue. Oral B12 supplements are unlikely to obtain the same results as injectable B12, because the body's ability to absorb large amounts is relatively poor. When vitamin B12 is used for therapeutic purposes other than correcting a deficiency, injections are usually necessary to achieve results.

Vitamin B Complex Injection

Vitamin B complex is a group of vitamins that includes thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, B-6, folate, B-12, pantothenic acid, biotin and choline. Some of the benefits of vitamin B complex supplements include increased energy, improved or more stable moods, healthier skin, hair and eyes. The vitamins are important for proper nervous system and immune system function. The benefits of vitamin B complex to the elderly include improved memory and mood. No matter what their age, most people notice an improvement in memory and ability to concentrate, as well as a decrease in depressed feelings and irritability. Vitamin B complex is used by the body to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which is then converted by the cells into energy, commonly referred to as metabolism. The symptoms of vitamin B complex deficiency are similar to symptoms of low blood sugar levels. Increased irritability is one of the first symptoms. Those with a sluggish metabolism or problems controlling their weight often benefit from vitamin B complex supplements.

Most people who start taking a vitamin B complex injections notice an increase in energy immediately. If you suffer from dry skin or hair, it may take a few weeks to notice a difference, but you will see an improvement. It is nearly impossible to get adequate amounts of the vitamin B complex from a typical daily diet. In addition, certain things increase an individual's daily vitamin B complex requirements. Drinking coffee or alcohol increases the need for the B vitamins. Taking birth control pills, sulfa drugs and sleeping medications increase the need for the vitamin B complex group. It is interesting to note that a lack of vitamin B complex in the diet can lead to insomnia, which could lead someone to ask for a sleep aid, which increases the need for the vitamins. Before you reach for a sleeping pill, you may want to look at your diet and whether or not you are getting adequate amounts of the vitamin B complex group.

Lipotropic Injections

Lipotropic injections are also known as Lipo B or MIC injections. The use of Lipotropic Injections in weight loss has shown to be a successful tool in weight reduction. This is a fabulous program which can be used by itself or with other weight loss programs that we offer including our  hCG diet or our lifestyle medicine program. It is also suggested as part of the Transformations 360 program was well.

Lipotropic injections are made of fat loving substances that can liquefy fat and remove it easily. These substances increase lecithin production by liver which helps to reduce cholesterol, prevent fat accumulation and detoxify the toxins making the body more resistant to diseases.

These injections are meant to aid in faster reduction of body fat side by side with diet regulation and fitness modules. Along with the diet and fitness regimen the physician uses fat loss methods like Lipotropic injections for faster weight reduction. These injections balance the liver function and remove toxins from the body.

What Does MIC Stand For? And What Is It?

MIC or the popular name: Lipotropic are a combination of B-12 and essential and non-essential amino acids. Some of which are not produced by the body or not easily obtained from current food sources. MIC or Lipotropic shots injections are used in conjunction with many different diet plans to aid in losing weight or weight-loss programs. Below you will find a listing of the MIC components - and what each does in the body.

Methionine (the M in MIC) it assists in the breakdown of fats and thereby prevents the build-up of fat in the arteries, as well as assisting with the digestive system and removing heavy metals from the body since it can be converted to cytosine, which is a precursor to glutathione, which is of prime importance in detoxifying the liver.

Inositol (the I in MIC) or B-6: helps to maintain proper electrical energy and nutrient transfer across the cell membrane. It also acts as a lipotropic which converts fats into other useful products. Inositol helps establish healthy cell membranes, which facilitate nerve impulses.

Choline (the C in MIC) - has been shown to protect the liver from certain types of damage, and can help reverse damage that has already occurred. Additionally, it may help lower cholesterol and homocysteine levels associated with cardiovascular disease, and may also help protect against some types of cancers.

Enhanced versions of the Lipo B injections have been formulated and are also available at our practice locations. Call today to find out more about the latest Lipo B formulations.

Mini-Myer's Cocktail

This formulation contains B Vitamins, Vitamin C, and Magnesium. This therapy has been proven to benefit patients with the following symptoms:

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Depression
  • Acute or chronic muscle pain and spasm
  • Headaches
  • Narcotic and alcohol withdrawal
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Respiratory problems
  • Bronchitis
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Quick recovery for athletes
  • Acute viral illness/colds and infections