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The MIC super B plus carnitine injection is a mixture of B-complex vitamins and non-essential amino acids and is a lipotropic compound that supports liver function, detoxification, and metabolism regulation. This injection increases energy production at the cellular level by supplying the essential nutrients required for ATP production (the name of the energy that is needed by every single cell in the body to function properly). Carnitine is particularly beneficial in increasing oxygenation to muscle tissue. Therefore, patients experiencing fatigue and fibromyalgia will benefit greatly. Furthermore, carnitine is also being studied and used in patients after heart attacks due to its ability to increase oxygenation to the heart muscle. Additionally, athletes and those with vigorous exercise programs, people under chronic stress, those experiencing depression/anxiety symptoms, and people with depressed immune function will benefit from these injections. The MIC injection became popular for its role in weight loss support and is a common adjunct to medically supervised weight-loss programs.

The ingredients in this injection are known to assist in breaking down fats in arteries, converting fat into other useful energy products, assisting with memory and cognitive function, helping to fight infections, and metabolizing carbohydrates and fats more efficiently. This injection is safe and effective for almost anyone, even if weight loss isn’t the goal.

The formula used in the MIC Plus injections specially blends the following important ingredients:

Methionine: The “M” in MIC Super B. This sulfur-containing amino acid helps to break down fat in the liver, lower cholesterol, and could aid relief from chronic fatigue; a precursor to glutathione which is the master antioxidant produced by the liver; helps detoxify the liver and aid in proper liver metabolism and function. Methionine has also been used to reduce radiation toxicity and helps speed healing from surgical wounds. Methionine is beneficial for regulating the availability of folic acid, which is essential during pregnancy. Other benefits of methionine include its positive impact in the treatment of depression, liver disease, alcoholism, and asthma symptoms.

Inositol: The “I” in MIC. Inositol is a B-vitamin and works to maintain healthy cell structures and nerve impulses. Lecithin is produced when inositol and choline are combined, which serves to protect the cardiovascular system and the liver. Vital for proper nutrient transfer in and out of cells. Inositol is a lipotropic nutrient that breaks down fat into other useful products and energy. Also helps control blood sugar by improving the nerve conductivity that controls the pancreas to release insulin. Preliminary findings from double-blind studies also suggest that inositol may help alleviate PCOS.

Choline: The “C” in MIC. In addition to helping transport fatty deposits out of the liver, choline can help maintain the nervous system and memory and is considered an essential nutrient. Helps in controlling cholesterol levels and weight by supporting healthy liver function. Useful for memory and fighting infections.

Carnitine: an important amino acid known for its benefits to heart and brain function. Helps transport fatty acids for energy production and increases oxygenation to muscle tissue throughout the body.

Thiamine (B1): This B vitamin helps to break down carbohydrates and converts them into energy.

Riboflavin (B2): Riboflavin plays a role in the process of metabolizing fat, protein, and carbohydrates. Helps metabolize fats, carbohydrates and proteins used in the respiratory system.

B3: Reduces cholesterol and helps release energy from nutrients. Helps treat and prevent arteriosclerosis (damage to the artery walls from plaque buildup).

Pantothenic acid (B5): Plays a vital role in nutrition. This vitamin may be helpful in managing the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and other medical conditions. This nutrient is involved in production of energy through breakdown of fats and amino acids.

Pyroxidine (B6): Vital for normal function of the immune and nervous system, pyridoxine is an important part of the enzyme system and plays a vital role in the metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.

Methylcobalamin (B12): This is the most active form of B12 and is essential for DNA replication, nervous system function, and blood formation. Known for producing energy in the body and its role in red blood cell production, this nutrient also plays an important role in brain and nervous system function. B12 is involved in the metabolism in every cell in the body.