Integrative Medicine Weight Loss

When was the last time you were on a diet that worked and what were your long term results?

The fact is most people struggle to lose weight and then gain the weight back within 6 months. Image what your life would be like if your weight was no longer a problem, you felt good about the way you looked, had clear thinking, energy and vitality EVERYDAY.


You have taken the first step on the path to your ideal weight. We specialize in physician monitored weight loss programs that are customized to meet your individual needs. We are dedicated to helping you improve your quality of life by achieving optimal health and wellness through weight loss and maintenance, while decreasing your risk of age related medical conditions associated with weight gain. We understand your weight loss needs and look forward to helping you achieve real results for life.

Lipotropic Agents for Weight Loss

Methionine-Inositol-Choline (MIC) Injections, also referred to as Lipo Injections, are used to help release fat throughout the body by specifically targeting its primary fatty deposits, namely the stomach, inner thighs, neck, buttocks, hips, and underarms. Lipotropic, or fat burning substances include: inositol, which helps the liver remove fat; choline, which distributes cholesterol and prevents it from getting deposited in one part of the body; and methionine, which is similar to inositol, but also amplifies the combination. Injections can be administered intramuscularly up to twice a week, and vitamin B-12 is purported by practitioners and users to help accelerate metabolic processes, while creating a greater feeling of overall energy. Since lipotropics directly aid in the breakdown of fatty tissue, and are also closely related to B vitamins, when used together, they are thought to intensify each other effects and are usually injected together as part of the same treatment injection cycle.

A weight loss management program should not be of such narrow focus as to just drop unsightly fat from our bodies, but rather should include loss of visceral and organ fat as well. That is where lipotropic agents come into play. Not only may they be useful in mobilizing fats for weight loss, but they may aid in reversing the detrimental lipid build-up in organs, especially the liver, which can lead to disease and illness.