WHAT ARE LIPO FAT BURNER INJECTIONS?
Lipo B injections are a proprietary blend of multiple ingredients that combine the power of B vitamins, nutrients, enzymes and amino acids to catalyze the metabolism of fat and carbohydrates in your body and fuel your weight loss for overall health.
- Lipotropic injections are used for weight loss; they improve the metabolic rate of the body and help aide in burning excess fat.
- Lipotropics are formulated to enhance liver function, which helps to detoxify the body, increase metabolism, and store glycogen, the principal storage form of glucose.
- Lipotropic injections increase the metabolic rate which will result in increased energy and the person will be more active than on normal days.
FAT BURNER TABLETS
*a sulfa free alternative
BLITZ! Tablets are the Lipo B fat burner injections in tablet form.
BLITZ! Tablets can be taken with or without the Lipo B injections.
ALTERNATIVE: Blitz! tablets are taken DAILY for those patients opting out of the weekly fat burner injections due to travel distance or other reasoning usually related to convenience.
For accelerated fat burner results BLITZ! tablets are taken every other day for patients taking the weekly fat burner injections OR daily for patients withholding injections.
Because the BLITZ! tablets are taken daily or every other day – they help the fats burners to maintain a “steady state or steady stream” of potency in the blood stream for longer periods of time.
Depending on how the depletion ones nutritional status – some people “fall off or use up” the injectable vitamins quicker than others. To take the BLITZ! tablets it’s a more aggressive approach – meant to give enhanced results. Also a great jump start.
How To Burn Fat In Your Liver
Have you been diagnosed with a fatty liver? Do you carry excess fat over your torso? Fatty liver is a modern day epidemic. It affects approximately one in four people in many parts of the world. If your liver is clogged with fat, it will not be able to burn fat efficiently. That means weight loss feels impossible.
Your liver performs more than 400 functions in your body. Its main functions involve energy production, fat metabolism, and the processing of sugar and protein. If your liver isn’t functioning well, you will be tired and have a slow metabolism.
If you consume more carbohydrate than your body can tolerate, your blood sugar may rise excessively. Insulin is released by your pancreas, into your bloodstream. Insulin is a trigger for your liver to begin storing the excess glucose inside its own cells. When your liver is full of glucose (glycogen), it begins storing the calories you ingest as body fat.
People with a fatty liver usually have too much insulin in their bloodstream. They are said to have syndrome X. This is a problem because insulin blocks your fat burning hormones from being able to work. So you could be on a low calorie diet and exercising regularly, yet not be able to lose weight. It’s a cruel reality for millions of people with a fatty liver.
The liver possesses remarkable abilities to repair and renew itself. That means fatty liver can be completely reversed, if it’s detected early enough. This is why it’s so important to ask your doctor for a liver function test if you are unfamiliar with the health status of your liver. Fatty liver is increasingly seen in children. This is worrying because the earlier in life you develop a fatty liver, the more likely you are to develop complications. Potential complications include cirrhosis of the liver or liver cancer. People with a fatty liver are also at heightened risk of developing type 2 diabetes. This makes weight loss even more difficult.
Below is a very specific way of eating, which is designed to:
- Reduce the fat in your liver
- Minimize liver damage
- Improve the function of insulin
- Make weight loss easier
This is not a low-fat low-calorie diet. It will not leave you hungry and tired, and after a couple of weeks your cravings will disappear. My eating plan provides you with first class protein regularly throughout the day, along with plenty of vegetables and some good fats.
A plan for burning fat in your liver:
- Follow a low carbohydrate diet
This needs to exclude sugar, flour and foods containing these things. Avoid all foods with added sugar. If you are overweight and find it very difficult to lose weight, it is more effective to exclude all grains and follow a “no grain diet”.
- Increase the amount of raw plant food in your diet
Raw vegetables and fruits are the most powerful liver healing foods. These raw foods help to cleanse and repair the liver filter, so that it can trap and remove more fat and toxins from the blood stream. Eat an abundance of vegetables (cooked and raw salads). Limit fruit to no more than 2 servings per day. Eat a large salad every day, or better still twice a day and use a nice dressing made with cold pressed oils and apple cider vinegar and lemon juice.
- Eat first class protein with every meal
Good sources of protein include –
– Free range, pastured eggs
– All seafood, fresh or canned (avoid deep-fried seafood)
– Free range poultry – Pastured fresh meat – whey protein powder
- Avoid unhealthy fats
These include all deep fried foods, processed and preserved meat, partially hydrogenated vegetable oils and trans-fatty acids found in margarines and cheap cooking oils. Avoid hydrogenated oils found in processed foods and snacks (read the labels on foods to see if they contain hydrogenated vegetable oils).
You do not need to follow a low fat diet and indeed you need to eat the healthy fats found in seafood, cold pressed vegetable and seed oils, free range organic eggs, avocados, raw nuts and seeds.
- Drink raw vegetable juices regularly
A fatty liver is an inflamed liver and raw juices are a powerful natural anti-inflammatory remedy. If you have a fatty liver, your liver cells desperately need the vitamins, minerals and antioxidant pigments in fresh raw vegetables. Juices are therapeutic because they provide an added boost of nutrients, on top of the vegetables I’d like you to eat in salads for lunch and dinner. There are specific juices for the liver in my book
- Try to exercise regularly
A regular exercise program is important as it speeds up your metabolism and reduces insulin levels. It is important to find an activity you enjoy, and start slowly and gently. It takes time to build up fitness and strength. We all have to start somewhere. If you are extremely busy and don’t have the time or energy for exercise, even a ten minute gentle walk will help you.
- Take a liver tonic every day
Take a liver tonic every day and use a tonic that combines the clinically proven dose of St Mary’s Thistle combined with B group vitamins, antioxidants and sulphur rich amino acids. Suitable liver tonics promote repair of damaged liver cells, and facilitate the fat burning and detoxification functions of the liver; they can also speed up weight loss.
- Help insulin to work better
There are certain herbs and nutrients that help to make insulin more effective in your body. This is a good thing because if it’s more effective, you won’t need to secrete as much of it into your bloodstream.
The most important nutrients for insulin action are chromium and magnesium. You have probably heard that chromium helps to reduce sugar cravings and it’s true. It does this by helping to keep your blood sugar stable throughout the day. Chromium deficiency is incredibly common because not many foods are a good source of this mineral. Also when you eat sugar or high carb foods, it flushes chromium out of your body through your urine.
Magnesium is also necessary for healthy insulin action. People who take blood pressure medication or diuretics (fluid tablets) are typically low in magnesium. Magnesium helps to relax your nervous system and makes you feel less stressed. Thus it is fantastic for people who eat when they feel stressed.
Gymnema sylvestre is an herb that helps to keep your blood sugar stable and it helps to reduce sugar cravings. It is also very good for diabetics. Bitter melon is a vegetable that is commonly used in Asian cuisine. True to its name, it is an extremely bitter vegetable and many people are not able to handle the intense flavor at all.
When taken with meals they help to reduce hunger and cravings and help to lower your blood insulin level. Berberine helps to improve insulin sensitivity, cholesterol metabolism and assists weight loss. It is very helpful for those with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Fatty liver is a complex condition but there are ways to overcome it.
What is vitamin B12 and what does it do?
Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all cells.
How much vitamin B12 do I need?
The amount of vitamin B12 you need each day depends on your age. Average daily recommended amounts for different ages are listed below in micrograms (mcg):
- Teens 14-18 years 2.4 mcg
- Adults 2.4 mcg
What foods provide vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12 is found naturally in a wide variety of animal foods and is added to some fortified foods. Plant foods have no vitamin B12 unless they are fortified. You can get recommended amounts of vitamin B12 by eating a variety of foods including the following:
- Beef liver and clams, which are the best sources of vitamin B12.
- Fish, meat, poultry, eggs, milk, and other dairy products, which also contain vitamin B12.
- Some breakfast cereals, nutritional yeasts and other food products that are fortified with vitamin B12. To find out if vitamin B12 has been added to a food product, check the product labels.
Am I getting enough vitamin B12?
Most people in the United States get enough vitamin B12 from the foods they eat. But some people have trouble absorbing vitamin B12 from food. As a result, vitamin B12 deficiency affects between 1.5% and 15% of the public. Your doctor can test your vitamin B12 level to see if you have a deficiency.
Certain groups may not get enough vitamin B12 or have trouble absorbing it:
- Many older adults, who do not have enough hydrochloric acid in their stomach to absorb the vitamin B12 naturally present in food. People over 50 should get most of their vitamin B12 from fortified foods or dietary supplements because, in most cases, their bodies can absorb vitamin B12 from these sources.
- People with pernicious anemia whose bodies do not make the intrinsic factor needed to absorb vitamin B12. Doctors usually treat pernicious anemia with vitamin B12 shots, although very high oral doses of vitamin B12 might also be effective.
- People who have had gastrointestinal surgery, such as weight loss surgery, or who have digestive disorders, such as celiac disease or Crohn’s disease. These conditions can decrease the amount of vitamin B12 that the body can absorb.
- Some people who eat little or no animal foods such as vegetarians and vegans. Only animal foods have vitamin B12 naturally. When pregnant women and women who breastfeed their babies are strict vegetarians or vegans, their babies might also not get enough vitamin B12.
Vitamin B12 and Healthful Diets
According to the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, “nutrient needs should be met primarily through consuming foods. Foods provide an array of nutrients and other compounds that may have beneficial effects on health. In certain cases, fortified foods and dietary supplements may be useful sources of one or more nutrients that otherwise might be consumed in less than recommended amounts. However, dietary supplements, while recommended in some cases, cannot replace a healthful diet.”
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans describe a healthy diet as one that:
- Emphasizes a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products:
- Milk and milk products are good sources of vitamin B12. Many ready-to-eat breakfast cereals are fortified with vitamin B12.
- Includes lean meats, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts.
- Fish and red meat are excellent sources of vitamin B12. Poultry and eggs also contain vitamin B12.
- Is low in saturated fats, trans fats, cholesterol, salt (sodium), and added sugars.
- Stays within your daily calorie needs.
Can vitamin B12 be harmful?
Vitamin B12 has not been shown to cause any harm.
Any interactions with vitamin B12 that I should know about?
Yes. Vitamin B12 can interact or interfere with medicines that you take, and in some cases, medicines can lower vitamin B12 levels in the body.
Here are several examples of medicines that can interfere with the body’s absorption or use of vitamin B12:
- Chloramphenicol (Chloromycetin®), an antibiotic that is used to treat certain infections.
- Proton pump inhibitors, such as omeprazole (Prilosec®) and lansoprazole (Prevacid®), that are used to treat acid reflux and peptic ulcer disease.
- Histamine H2 receptor antagonists, such as cimetidine (Tagamet®), famotidine (Pepcid®), and ranitidine (Zantac®), that are used to treat peptic ulcer disease.
- Metformin, a drug used to treat diabetes.
Tell your doctor, pharmacist, and other health care providers about any dietary supplements and medicines you take. They can tell you if those dietary supplements might interact or interfere with your prescription or over-the-counter medicines or if the medicines might interfere with how your body absorbs, uses, or breaks down nutrients.