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Frequently Asked Questions

Will Lipotropic injections melt the fat away?

FALSE. The injections certainly help, but they are not “magic” and do not instantly dissolve fat. Instead, the “I” and “C” portions of the MIC injection provide a powerful fat-filtering combination. Inositol, the “I”, helps to regulate your hormone and insulin levels. This means your mood will be more stable and your hunger levels should decrease.  Choline, the “C”, helps by metabolizing the fats and sending them into your bloodstream to be used. That means that fat deposits in your body will decrease as your metabolism speeds up.


Will MIC injections will keep your metabolism up so much that you don’t have to exercise?

FALSE. Methionine, the “M”, helps with more effective mobilization and elimination of abnormal fat deposits. B vitamins are taken or given alongside a MIC injection often give the patient a feeling of increased energy, but that does not necessarily mean that their metabolism is running so high that exercise is not necessary.


Does tried-and-true weight loss plans usually follow these measures


  • Plan on a steady weight loss goal of 1-2 pounds per week.
  • Regular exercise of at least 30-60 minutes 5 days a week.
  • Healthy diet changes- avoid or severely limiting sugars, processed foods, saturated fat foods.
  • Drink more liquids to help flush toxins from the body.
  • Get 7-8 hours of sleep per day. 


Practice daily stress management strategies.
  • Accountability via a personal check-in, a journal, or another tracking system.
  • Regular check-ins with your doctor, personal trainer, or weight loss counselor.


Are there side effects with lipotropic injections?

Rare, but potential.  Side effects may include stomach upset, or urinary problems due to detox strain on the kidneys.  Detox depression, fatigue, or diarrhea. Finally, some patients reported an unpleasant odor.  Very rarely patients may experience an allergic reaction to the injections. Call your healthcare provider immediately, or report to urgent care, if you experience any signs of an allergic reaction: wheezing; chest tightness; fever; itching; bad cough; or swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat; altered consciousness; or if you experience chest pain or pressure or fast heartbeat, severe dizziness or passing out, nervousness and excitability, or severe headache.


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