Becoming lean should start from the inside out.
Your liver is either responsible for “burning” fat (metabolizing) for energy or storing it for later use. (which often means forming new body fat). LIV-LEAN™ is designed to provide the liver with vitamins and nutrients needed for maximum “burning” of stored fat and keeping the liver clean. This can not only result in high levels of physical energy but in mental functions as well (such as memory and concentration).
Lipotropic nutrients are compounds that promote the flow of fat and bile to and from the liver. In essence, they produce a “decongesting” effect on the liver and promote improved liver function and fat metabolism. By definition, a lipotropic substance decreases the deposit, or speeds up the removal, of fat (lipo = fat, tropic = stimulate) within the liver. Various types of liver damage, including alcohol-related hepatitis, as well as gallstones appear to benefit from liver-soothing lipotropic combinations.
LIV-LEAN™Lipotropic, included in a weight management program can successfully
- Emulsify fats and carbohydrates
- Protect nerves and muscles
- Increase lecithin in the liver
- Release stored bile
- Promote fat burning
Key lipotropic amino acids necessary in situations with excessive deposition of fat (obesity):
Biotin – a water-soluble B-Complex vitamin. As a coenzyme, it assists inthemaking of fatty acids and in the oxidation of fatty acids and carbohydrates.
Choline – considered one of the B-Complex vitamins. It is present in the body of all living cells and funcitons with inositol as a basic constituent of lecithin. Choline appears to be associated primarily with utilization of fats and cholesterol in the body. It prevents fats from accumulating in the liver and facilitates the movement of fats into the cells. It is essential for the health of the liver and kidneys.
Inositol – recognized as part of the vitamin B-Complex and is closely associate with choline and biotin. Inositol aids in the metabolism of fats and helps reduce blood cholesterol. Inositol participates in the action of serotonin, a neurotransmitter known to control mood and appetite.