What is MIC+?
MIC+ is a compound that consists of L-Methionine, Inositol and Choline. In general, most people believe that MIC+ breaks down fat cells and speeds up your metabolism. However, this is not the case. Rather than breaking down fat cells, MIC+ helps the liver get rid of fat cells that are already broken down. As a result, people lose weight.
Further, L-Methionine is an essential amino acid that helps treat liver disease as well process and get rid of fat. Primarily, it is found in meat, dairy products, spinach, sesame nuts, and Brazil nuts. In addition, Inositol is carbohydrate that forms lecithin, which helps metabolize fat. Usually, it is found in fruits like oranges, cantaloupes, and bananas as well as kidney beans, peanuts, and raisins. Finally, Choline is a nutrient that helps regulate the kidneys, liver, and gallbladder. Plus, it is vital to metabolize fat and detox the liver.
What happens if you have too much MIC+?
As for Inositol, there is not enough research to tell if it is safe for long-term use. But there are a few side effects that will be discussed later in the article.
What are the benefits of MIC+?
MIC+ has many benefits other than weight loss.
Finally, there are many benefits of methionine like:
- Helps with Alzheimer’s disease.
- Decreases risk of cancer.
- Treats Tylenol overdose.
What are the side effects of MIC+?
In general, there are only a few side effects of MIC+. For example, some people experience fishy body odor, nausea, diarrhea, low blood pressure, and excessive sweating. However, here are the side effects each component of MIC+.
Who should take caution with MIC+?
Are there any interactions between MIC+ and other drugs?
Methionine, Inositol, and Choline have no known interactions.
How much MIC+ should you take a day?
You should not self-medicate with MIC+ as it could result in severe complications and even death. For accurate dosage, visit your local Vida-Flo for professional administration.