Hi all, I was using lipotropics for a while also getting it from a doctor in the valley and other than energy, i wasnt feeling much. But because of my move, I had to change doctors and I went to Dr. K in Beverly Hills. he told me that he has his own solution of Lipotropics and couple of other solutions he called them "Lexus" vs "Toyota". So I decided to use his "lexus" solution and it was amazingly different. I noticed weight loss, my hair was shedding less, and my skin got less dry as it was before......anyway i dont want to sit here and sound like a promotion for him, but I have been extremely happy with his method of personalizing for me.
My point for this post was that not all lipotropics are the same, because I was definately able to tell the difference when i started getting my injections with dr. kerendian.
People with the sulfa allergy are not supposed to take lipotropic injections that include methionine. Please ask your regular doctor about it before taking an injection from a diet center that may not know enough about sulfa allergies.
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