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  • The Lipotropic Injections Diet Plan


Lipotropics are substances that help break down and metabolize fats that may be stored in the body. The Huntington College of Health Sciences published a report indicating the benefit of certain lipotropic agents, as well as their beneficial effects on fat mobilization, cholesterol levels, and overall heart health.


The full report can be found here: http://www.hchs.edu/literature/Lecithin-Lipotropics.pdf


The Lipotropic products come in two forms, MIC and the Lipo product, which contains MIC, as well as vitamin B12 in the form of Cyanocobalamin. The addition of B12 in the Lipo product may aid in metabolism and energy, when on a calorie-restricted diet. The diet plan recommended is the same plan by the US Department of Health and Human Services, and the National Institution of Health. It is a 1200-1300 calorie diet for women, and 1500-1600 calorie diet for men that can be followed safely and has several variations. It is designed to aid in weight loss, as well as promote a healthy body and heart. The plan is less restrictive than other low calorie plans, and pays special attention to whole grain carbs, fruits, vegetables, and lean portions of meat and portion sizes.


An example of a 1200-calorie plan for women:

Breakfast

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Whole-wheat bread,
1 med. slice

70

1.2

15

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Jelly, regular, 2 tsp

30

0

0

(½ Fruit)

Cereal, shredded wheat, 
½ C

104

1

4

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Milk, 1%, 1 C

102

3

23

(1 Milk)

Orange juice, ¾ C

78

0

0

(1½ Fruit)

Coffee, regular, 1 C

5

0

0

(Free)

Breakfast Total

389

5.2

10

 

Lunch

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Roast beef sandwich

 

 

 

 

 Whole-wheat bread, 
 2 med. slices

139

2.4

15

(2 Bread/Starch)

 Lean roast beef, 
  unseasoned, 2 oz

60

1.5

23

(2 Lean Protein)

 Lettuce, 1 leaf

1

0

0

 

 Tomato, 3 med. slices

10

0

0

(1 Vegetable)

 Mayonnaise, low-calorie, 
 1 tsp

15

1.7

96

(13 Fat)

Apple, 1 med.

80

0

0

(1 Fruit)

Water, 1 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Lunch Total

305

56

16

 

Dinner

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Salmon, 2 oz edible

103

5

40

(2 Lean Protein)

 Vegetable oil, 1½ tsp

60

7

100

(1½ Fat)

Baked potato, ¾ med.

100

0

0

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Margarine, 1 tsp

34

4

100

(1 Fat)

Green beans, seasoned 
with margarine, ½ C

52

2

4

(1 Vegetable) 
(½ Fat)

Carrots, seasoned

35

2

0

(1 Vegetable)

White dinner roll, 1 small

70

2

26

(1 Bread/Starch)

Iced tea, unsweetened, 1 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Water, 2 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Dinner Total

454

20

39

 

Snack

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Popcorn, 2½ C

69

0

0

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Margarine, ¾ tsp

30

3

100

(¾ Fat)

GRAND TOTAL

1,247

34-36

24-26

 

 




The 1600 Calorie plan is as follows:

 

Breakfast

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Whole-wheat bread, 
1 med. slice

70

1.2

15

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Jelly, regular, 2 tsp

30

0

0

(½ Fruit)

Cereal, shredded wheat, ½ C

104

1

4

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Milk, 1%, 1 C

102

3

23

(1 Milk)

Orange juice, ¾ C

78

0

0

(1½ Fruit)

Coffee, regular, 1 C

5

0

0

(Free)

 Milk, 1%, 1 oz

13

.03

23

(18 Milk)

Breakfast Total

505

6.5

10

 

Lunch

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Roast beef sandwich

 

 

 

 

 Whole-wheat bread, 
 2 med. slices

139

2.4

15

(2 Bread/Starch)

 Lean roast beef, 
 unseasoned, 2 oz

60

1.5

23

(2 Lean Protein)

 American cheese, low-fat
 and low-sodium, 1 slice 
 (¾ oz)

46

1.8

36

(1 Lean Protein)

 Lettuce, 1 leaf

1

0

0

 

 Tomato, 3 med. slices

10

0

0

(1 Vegetable)

 Mayonnaise, low-calorie, 
 2 tsp

30

3.3

99

(23 Fat)

Apple, 1 med.

80

0

0

(1 Fruit)

Water, 1 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Lunch Total

366

9

22

 

Dinner

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Salmon, 3 oz edible

155

7

40

(3 Lean Protein)

 Vegetable oil, 1½ tsp

60

7

100

(1½ Fat)

Baked potato, ¾ med.

100

0

0

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Margarine, 1 tsp

34

4

100

(1 Fat)

Green beans, seasoned 
with margarine, ½ C

52

2

4

(1 Vegetable) (½ Fat)

Carrots, seasoned 
with margarine, ½ C

52

2

4

(1 Vegetable) (½ Fat)

White dinner roll, 1 med.

80

3

33

(1 Bread/Starch)

Ice milk, ½ C

92

3

28

(½ Fat)

Iced tea, unsweetened, 1 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Water, 2 C

0

0

0

(Free)

Dinner Total

625

28

38

 

Snack

Energy
(Kcal)

Fat
(GM)

%Fat

Exchange for:

Popcorn, 2½ C

69

0

0

(1 Bread/Starch)

 Margarine, 1½ tsp

28

6.5

100

(1½ Fat)

 

 

 

 

 

Grand Total

1,613

50

28

 

  

To add variety to your meals, view the other food products allowed here: https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/educational/lose_wt/eat/fd_exch.htm 


While the exchange list allows some “white” carbs such as white bread, it is best to limit these as much as possible; whole grain products contain more fiber and typically provide better nutrition. In addition this program, not only allows physical activity, but it actually encourages some light to moderate exercise, such as a brisk walk at least three times per week.