MIC (B-Vitamin)

The amino acid Methionine and essential nutrients Inositol and Choline. A fat-burner that enhance liver function, metabolism and increase the flow of fats and bile from the liver and gallbladder. MIC speeds up the removal of fat within the liver.


Methionine: Methionine helps the liver maintain the optimal ability to process fatty acids. Inositol: Inositol is a sugar-like molecule, referred to as a sugar alcohol. This set of enzymes ultimately enables the body to produce triglycerides fat molecules that reside in adipose tissue (body fat).

Choline: Choline is a simple molecule usually classified as a B vitamin. The B vitamin class is usually involved in the generation of energy

and support of metabolism.

Deficiencies associated with chronic stomach inflammation, anemia and neurologic

disorders, depression and osteoporosis

Why do you need it? The MIC ingredients all burn fat, reduce cholesterol, and clear fats out of the liver. The injection is a good source of methionine, which cannot be made by the body and is necessary for the production of choline. It is also a good source of inositol and choline, which the body does not make in sufficient quantities for weight loss. Together with B-12 this “combo” gives an energy boost, fights cholesterol and plaque buildup, and also helps target weight loss that is hard to lose.

Benefits: To facilitate weight loss and boost energy, aiding in the use of food for energy and in the breakdown of fat.

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