Weight management has become an important aspect of an active and healthy lifestyle. As the obesity rates continue to rise, apart from nutrition and exercise, many factors play a role in weight management including several hormonal imbalances.

We recognize the importance of using evidence-based methods and offer a range of compounding solutions for weight management:

Lipotropic agents / Vitamin Therapies – vitamins and amino acids can be use to stimulate the utilization of fat reserves as an energy source for weight management and to provide essential micronutrients at the same time. These include:

  • B12 injectables as a bioactive form Hydroxocobalamin or Methylcobalamin form.
  • Methionine, Inositol and Choline (MIC) injectables or MIC Combinations that contain amino acid Methionine and vitamins of the B family including Inositol and Choline. A combination of these components sits in utilization of body fat as an energy source and prevents the storage of excess energy as fat.
  • Pyridoxine (B6) Injection
    Vitamin B6 stimulates the thyroid gland and reduces the incidence of water retention in the body. In an event of limited calorie intake, Vitamin B6 helps in the conversion process of complex carbohydrates to glucose in order to maintain normal blood sugar. Vitamin B6 is a known coenzyme for more than 100 enzymes involved in metabolic reactions in the body.
  • Vitamin B12 (Hydroxocobalamin or Methyl cobalamin)
  • L-Carnitine
  • B-Complex


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