MICC Injections


      • MICC injections are also known as lipotropic injections. They contain lipotropic compounds including Methionine, Inositol, Choline, and Cyanocobalamin.

      • These compounds work together to metabolize fat cells and remove stored fat deposits in the liver and body.  Used alone or in combination with other weight loss treatments to optimize weight loss.




Lipotropic Effects



 The ingredients in MICC injections have lipotropic properties, meaning they help to promote the breakdown and removal of fat from the liver, which can improve liver function and support overall health.


    • Improved Body Composition: By supporting fat metabolism and reducing fat accumulation, MICC injections can help improve body composition by reducing body fat percentage and increasing lean muscle mass.


  • Enhanced Energy Levels: MICC injections may provide a boost in energy levels, as they support the conversion of fats into usable energy, helping individuals feel more energized and alert throughout the day.





Vitamin B12 Injection

    • Essential for Nervous System: Methylcobalamin, a form of Vitamin B12, supports the health of the nervous system, aiding in nerve function and transmission of signals.
    • Energy Production: Vitamin B12 plays a crucial role in energy metabolism, helping the body convert food into usable energy, which can lead to increased vitality and reduced fatigue.
    • Red Blood Cell Formation: Methylcobalamin is involved in the production of red blood cells, which carry oxygen throughout the body, supporting overall cellular health and function.
    • Cognitive Function: Adequate Vitamin B12 levels are linked to cognitive health, including memory, concentration, and mental clarity.
    • Mood Regulation: Vitamin B12 is involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, which play a role in mood regulation and may contribute to feelings of well-being.
    • Supports Healthy Aging: Vitamin B12 supplementation can be beneficial for older adults, as absorption of B12 from food may decrease with age, potentially leading to deficiencies that impact overall health and vitality.