PHYSICIANS ASSISTED WEIGHT LOSS

When used correctly and under medical supervision, appetite suppressants can help enhance and support your weight loss goals. For example, Forever Young offers Phentermine — a highly effective prescription appetite suppressant — to approved patients. You usually take this medicine once a day, either an hour before breakfast or one to two hours after. Talk to the Forever Young team to find out if it’s right for you. Forever Young also offers several proven weight loss injections to help control appetite, as well as four weeks of vitamin therapy injections included in your plan at no additional cost. You can also receive more injections upon request and approval at the end of these four weeks.

LIPO (MIC) & B12 (Cyanocobalamin) INJECTIONS
When certain organs or systems within our bodies are not functioning to their full potential, certain side effects can be experienced, such as a lower metabolism, higher fat storage in specific areas, lower energy, and more. While it can feel like you’re just in a funk you can’t get rid of, these issues can often be helped simply by introducing the right vitamins and amino acid compounds to help support the body. In order to provide our patients with this support, we now offer Lipo (MIC) Injections.

Methionine:
This is an essential amino acid that aids the liver in processing fatty acids. It also helps lower cholesterol by helping to prevent excess fat buildup within the liver and the circulatory system. Improving these processes also help prevent and relieve fatigue and may reduce histamine release, helping those with allergies. Methionine has also been found to improve skin tone and elasticity and the appearance of hair and nails, as well as treat chronic depression, pancreatitis and more.

Inositol:
Much like methionine, this B-vitamin helps metabolize fats and reduce cholesterol. Although technically a sugar alcohol and similar to glucose, it does not increase fat storage. This molecule has been shown to help treat depression, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and fatty liver while helping individuals achieve optimal brain function. While inositol can be found naturally in foods, it is more effective when administered as an injection.

Choline:
This is also a B-vitamin, helping generate energy and support the metabolism. It helps increase neural communication which takes energy, and the body will naturally grab that energy from stored fat or dietary nutrients. Choline may also increase cognitive ability.

B12 (Cyanocobalamin):
More commonly known as vitamin B12, this particular form is vital to survival as it is involved in DNA synthesis, fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. The vitamin naturally increases energy, metabolic processes, and improves overall well-being. Vitamin B12 is not naturally produced within the body, but must be either consumed with a proper diet or supplemented via injection.
 

PHENTERMINE

Phentermine belongs to a class of drugs called “anorectics,” also known as appetite suppressants.

Taking phentermine helps suppress your appetite, thereby limiting how many calories you eat. Over time, this can lead to weight loss.

While the exact mechanisms behind the appetite-reducing effects of phentermine remain unclear, the drug is thought to act by increasing neurotransmitter levels in your brain (6Trusted Source, 7Trusted Source).

Neurotransmitters are your body’s chemical messengers and include norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine.

When your levels of these three chemicals increase, your feeling of hunger decreases.

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