Lipo Injection

KINGSMEN
LIPO INJECTIONS

“When I got close to 50, my waistline changed. Regular exercise didn’t help. Lipo shots are keeping me lean, the way I like.”

MIC W/B Complex Injection "Lipo Shot"

Losing weight can be difficult, especially if your body is missing essential nutrients that support the metabolic process. When your body is missing these key nutrients, a healthy diet and routine exercise may not be enough to notice results. At KingsMen Med we have helped countless patients achieve results that diet, and exercise alone cannot. As with any healthy weight management program, you cannot rely on the injections alone for results- we aim for long term healthy lifestyle changes, that motivate you to lead an overall healthy lifestyle.


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Ingredients mg/mL Category Description Benefits
Methionine 12.5 mg/mL Essential Amino Acid Affects sulfur-containing compounds, such as gluthione in the liver. Increases metabolism

Gluthathione and other sulfer-containing peptides (small proteins) play a critical role in defending against toxic compounds.

When higher levels of toxic compounds are present, more methionine is needed.
Inositol 25 mg/mL Vitamin A member of the vitamin B family, inositol is a mild lipotropic agent. A lipotropic; precursor of phospholipids in cellular membranes.

Aids methionine and choline with the facilitation of weight loss by redistributing body fat from the breaking down or emulsifying of fats.
Choline Chloride 25 mg/mL Vitamin A major lipotropic nutrient, also part of the vitamin B family. It aids in the utilization of fats in the body and supports weight loss Necessary for fat metabolism.

Prevents deposition of excess fat.

Removal of excess fat from liver.

Helpful with preventing fatigue.
Riboflavin 2 mg/mL Vitamin Vitamin B12 Oxidation of carbohydrates and amino acids.
Thiamine 50 mg/mL Vitamin Vitamin B1 Enables the body to use carbohydrates as energy.

It is essential for glucose metabolism, and it plays a key role in nerve, muscle, and heart function
Dexpanthenol 5 mg/mL Solution Acts on the gastrointestinal tract and increases lower intestinal motility.
Pyridoxine 5 mg/mL Vitamin Vitamin B6 May Improve Mood and Reduce Symptoms of Depression.

May Promote Brain Health and Reduce Alzheimer's Risk.

May Prevent and Treat Anemia by Aiding Hemoglobin Production.
Methylcobalamin 1 mg/mL Vitamin B12 Known as the "Energy Vitamin" it often increases the energy level helping to prevent fatigue. Increases energy.

Fat and carbohydrate metabolism.

Has shown to suppress appetite while it stimulates the utilization of proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the body.
Niacinamide 15 mg/mL Vitamin Vitamin B3 Visibly improves the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.
Carnitine 50 mg/mL Amino Acid An amino acid responsible for the transport of fats to the mitochondria in your cells to be used as fuel, Carnitines burn fat for energy, particularly the acetyl form. Required for energy metabolism.

Involved in fat metabolism.

Early studies show that certain carnitines are proving very promising in slowing mitochondrial decay, which is believed to be associated with the aging process and cognitive related disease such as Alzheimer's.
Benzyl Alcohol 15 mg/mL Preservative Used as a bacteriostatic preservative at low concentration in intravenous medications.
Category:

Essential Amino Acid

Description:

Affects sulfur-containing compounds, such as gluthione in the liver.

Benefits:

Increases metabolism

Gluthathione and other sulfer-containing peptides (small proteins) play a critical role in defending against toxic compounds.

When higher levels of toxic compounds are present, more methionine is needed.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

A member of the vitamin B family, inositol is a mild lipotropic agent.

Benefits:

A lipotropic; precursor of phospholipids in cellular membranes.

Aids methionine and choline with the facilitation of weight loss by redistributing body fat from the breaking down or emulsifying of fats.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

A major lipotropic nutrient, also part of the vitamin B family. It aids in the utilization of fats in the body and supports weight loss

Benefits:

Necessary for fat metabolism.

Prevents deposition of excess fat.

Removal of excess fat from liver.

Helpful with preventing fatigue.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

Vitamin B12

Benefits:

Oxidation of carbohydrates and amino acids.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

Vitamin B1

Benefits:

Enables the body to use carbohydrates as energy.

It is essential for glucose metabolism, and it plays a key role in nerve, muscle, and heart function.

Category:

Solution

Description:

Benefits:

Acts on the gastrointestinal tract and increases lower intestinal motility.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

Vitamin B6

Benefits:

May Improve Mood and Reduce Symptoms of Depression.

May Promote Brain Health and Reduce Alzheimer's Risk.

May Prevent and Treat Anemia by Aiding Hemoglobin Production.

Category:

Vitamin B12

Description:

Known as the "Energy Vitamin" it often increases the energy level helping to prevent fatigue.

Benefits:

Increases energy.

Fat and carbohydrate metabolism.

Has shown to suppress appetite while it stimulates the utilization of proteins, fats and carbohydrates in the body.

Category:

Vitamin

Description:

Vitamin B3

Benefits:

Visibly improves the appearance of enlarged pores, uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.

Category:

Amino Acid

Description:

An amino acid responsible for the transport of fats to the mitochondria in your cells to be used as fuel, Carnitines burn fat for energy, particularly the acetyl form.

Benefits:

Required for energy metabolism.

Involved in fat metabolism.

Early studies show that certain carnitines are proving very promising in slowing mitochondrial decay, which is believed to be associated with the aging process and cognitive related disease such as Alzheimer's.

Category:

Preservative

Description:

Benefits:

Used as a bacteriostatic preservative at low concentration in intravenous medications.