Lipotropic compounds are used on the potential for release of fat deposits in some parts of the body. The lipotropic agents included in this injection are:
Methionine, which helps the liver maintain the optimal ability to process fatty acids
Choline, which stimulates the mobilization of fatty acids and prevents their deposition in a given part of the body
Inositol, which aids in the transport of fat into and out of the liver and intestinal cells, acts synergistically with choline, exhibiting more lipotropic activity than when administered alone
Typically, these compounds are administered in concert. Injections can be administered up to twice a week. Because these lipotropics are structurally and functionally closely related to the B-vitamins, they are often employed together in the hope of potentiating the potential for fat-loss, thus while the MIC mixture and B vitamin(s) are often injected separately, they are part of the same overall injection cycle. The non-vitamin compounds (MIC) that are injected into the body stimulate the liver into optimizing the process of metabolism, elevate the movement of and utilization of fat, and boost the metabolic power of the body for awhile.
Other compounds are included as an attempt to further potentiate these effects: