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Two-Week Weight-Loss Package or Choice Between Four and Eight Lipoplex Injections at M.D. Diet (Up to 51% Off)

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Weight-loss packages include appetite suppressants and metabolism-boosting pills; Lipoplex injections flush out fat, sugar, and hormones

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5 ratings3 reviews
August 10, 2016
Made me feel comfortable and gave me the confidence that I'll be successful if I stick to the plan
17 ratings5 reviews
February 14, 2018
Nicki is very nice! She is thorough and gives painless shots
2 ratings1 reviews
February 19, 2018
Great staff and SO MUCH help! Recommend this.
2 ratings1 reviews
February 15, 2018
Great ladies over there! First time client :)
13 ratings1 reviews
February 14, 2018
Very friendly staff
6 ratings6 reviews
February 16, 2018
Very detailed and friendly staff. Made me feel like if I had been there multiple times even though it was my 1st visit! Eager to see my weight loss results!!
62 ratings48 reviews
February 16, 2018
Very helpful to lose weight
2 ratings1 reviews
February 16, 2018
They have lots of information for you and are there to help you reach your goals!
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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

$45 for a two-week weight-loss package ($90 total value)

  • Physical
  • Two weeks worth of appetite suppressants
  • Five B12 shots
  • Two weeks worth of Lasix and potassium pills
  • Two weeks worth of B12 tablets

$49 for four Lipoplex injections ($100 value) $99 for eight Lipoplex injections ($200 value)

Lipoplex injections imbue the body with chemicals meant to help the liver metabolize such problematic compounds as fats, hormones, and sugars, keeping them from interfering with weight-loss regimens.

Metabolism: Balancing the Body’s Ledger

Running burns calories, but adding muscle can help you burn calories even while sitting still. Learn why with Groupon’s guide to the metabolism.

To make sense of metabolism, it’s easiest to think of the body as a machine with countless functions and very specific fuel requirements. When we eat, enzymes in our digestive system break down food into its component ingredients: proteins devolve into amino acids, fats into fatty acids, and carbohydrates into sugars such as glucose. These then seep into the blood stream and spread throughout the body, so that thousands of metabolic reactions happen at the same time. Some of the energy from these acids and sugars gets used for specific bodily maintenance functions, such as pumping the heart or yelling to scare away a mean-looking squirrel. Whatever isn’t needed right away will be stored as fat for later use.

To avoid gaining extra fat deposits, we must use all the calories that we ingest. The speed at which energy is burned while at rest is called the Basal Metabolic Rate, or BMR, and it’s affected by a person’s age, sex, and proportion of muscle to fat. The older a person is, the lower their BMR typically is; men generally have a higher BMR than women; and the body burns more calories to maintain muscle than fat. (After all, it would be a rather poor design if the body had to use a great deal of energy just to maintain its energy reserves.) Our BMR adjusts according to our lifestyle, slowing down when food is scarce and speeding up when we have to eat our way out of the wreckage of a popcorn-factory explosion. This is why eating five smaller meals throughout the day can help people lose weight, whereas starvation diets often result in little to no weight loss.

How the body uses its fuel was a perplexing mystery for generations of thinkers. In the 1600s, a man by the name of Santorio Santorio took it upon himself to study body weight. For 30 years he weighed everything that went into his body and everything that came out, often eating, working, and sleeping on a scale. What he found was that his total visible excreta was less than the amount of food he ingested, but the difference couldn’t be accounted for by his weight gain. This led him to come up with the theory of insensible perspiration—the unpalatable idea that we constantly expel waste through our skin.

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