Vitamin Weight Loss Injections
Dubbed the “Weight Loss Shot”, this safe and effective injection helps burn fat, increase energy, and decrease hunger. Shots can be taken safely once or twice a week or as needed when your weight loss is at a standstill.
Vitamins are essential to weight loss, health and growth of your body, and prevention and cure of diseases. They work synergestically together. Most vitamins cannot be made by the body, and can only be obtained from food, supplements or Vitamin Shots. Deficiencies arise when there is lack of one or more vitamins. They usually develop slowly, over months or years. Symptoms can initially be so mild as to be hardly detectable. When symptoms become obvious, the body’s health might have been affected for some time.
Deficiency of vitamins, minerals, and trace elements may be associated with many conditions such as weight gain or inability to lose weight, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, skin, hair, and nail problems, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, fatigue, depression, anxiety, headaches, PMS, menopausal symptoms, muscle and joint pain.
A mixture of B complex, vitamin C and zinc can help the body recover from illness and tiredness, B-12 shots have been shown to help with weight loss.
Gastrointestinal (GI) problems, surgeries, poor- eating habits, stress, and the use of prescribed as well as over-the-counter medications can also lead to a deficiency of essential micronutrients, i.e., vitamins, minerals, and trace elements.
Celebrities’ known to use vitamin shots: At a comeback concert in Miami last month, Britney Spears reportedly demanded an “emergency” injection of vitamin B12 to revive her flagging energy levels before she went on stage. In the fast-living but insanely health-obsessed world of Hollywood, being injected with a “performance” shot – a cocktail of vitamins or hormones designed to put you back on form – is now as commonplace as having Botox. Geri Halliwell has used vitamin shots to see her through her diets. Robbie Williams has resorted to similar pick-me-up jabs to help him to recover from the twin rigours of touring and partying.
A quick shot is increasingly seen as an easy antidote to the tribulations of modern celebrity life. The artist Tracey Emin recently revealed that she has an occasional vitamin jab to keep her going. “Exhausted,” she wrote in her diary after a trip to Venice before the Biennale. “I went to have a vitamin B12 injection. Pity they only last two weeks.”
Such vitamin shots are nothing new – Margaret Thatcher is said to have had B12 injections to help her to survive on four hours’ sleep a night.