Injections of B vitamins and lipotropic MIC fat-burning amino acids help dieters reach weight-loss goals with boost of energy
- Expires Dec 26, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only.
- See the rules that apply to all deals.
- For $12, you get an initial consultation (a $25 value) and one injection (up to a $25 value) of B12, B6, and MIC lipotropic fat burner (up to a $50 total value).
- For $40, you get an initial consultation (a $25 value) and five injections (up to a $125 value) of B12, B6, and MIC lipotropic fat burner (up to a $150 total value).
A discount of 25% off the first weight loss program visit is included with each option.
Fit helps clients shed unwanted pounds with medically supervised weight-loss regimens, prescription and herbal appetite suppressants, and energy-boosting injections. Best taken once per week, one or a series of five B-vitamin shots can deliver an increase of energy aimed at vivifying trimming routines and giving clients the vitality needed to reduce marathons into simple ribbon-shearing jaunts to the mailbox. Working in concert with the bracing B vitamins, the MIC fat burner's trio of methionine, inositol, and choline amino acids set out to disband cellulose conventions through a blend of biochemistry and intimidating posturing. Before receiving any shots, patients fill out a health questionnaire to determine if the injections are suitable for them.
Clients with today's deal can also sign up for one of Fit's weight-loss programs and take 25% off the cost of an initial visit. During the first session (normally $275; $206.25 with the discount), patients meet with a doctor and take an EKG and a full blood panel before receiving a B12 shot, herbal and prescription appetite suppressants, and an overview of the weight-loss program in the form of an interpretative dance. During weekly follow-up visits ($65 each), clients have their health assessed, measure their progress, and receive additional supplements and B12 shots.