Vitamin Infusion is dispensed intravenously. Vitamin Infusion comes in a number of different cocktails, each with a specific purpose.
- The Immune Booster
- The Energizer
- The Fat Burner
- The Hydrator
Some have an infusion before traveling, returning to school, and cold flu season
What are the benefits?
These natural custom infusions can:
- Restore energy
- Increase mobility
- Provide hydration
- Detoxify the body
- Provide anti-aging support
- Strengthen immunity
- Reduce stress
- Boost metabolism
- Promote weight loss
- Improve athletic performace
- Rejuvenate skin and hair
How does the Infusion work?
Certain illnesses make absorbing vital vitamins and nutrients difficult for the body. When those vitamins are introduced intravenously, it bypasses the digestive system, so your bloodstream is instantly flooded with the healthy nutrients it’s been missing. Some patients choose to have an infusion before traveling, returning to school, before cold and flu season, or to cure a pesky hangover.
After infusion, many patients notice a boost of energy that lasts for days. Others report that benefits include increased immune response and a general feeling of well-being.
For women Over 14 years, the FNB recommends 2.4 mcg Vitamin B12 daily
How Is the vitamin absorbed?
When bound to protein in food, Vitamin B is released by the activity of acid in the stomach.
When synthetic vitamin B-12 is added to fortified foods and dietary supplements, it is in free form. Thus, it does not require a separation step. Free vitamin B12 then combines with a protein secreted by the stomach’s cells, and the resulting complex undergoes direct absorption by the body.
Because of the nature of an injectable, namely injecting directly into the blood, Vitamin B-12 is absorbed quickly into the body. This process limits the quantity of Vitamin B-12 necessary to consume before the effect is evident.
How Do I Know If I need Vitamin B-12?
Vitamin B-12 is required for proper red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis. Additionally, Vitamin B-12 is often present in the blood of those with higher metabolisms.
True, Vitamin B-12 is naturally present in most food. Still, it is also commonly added and is available as a dietary supplement or prescription medication.
If not readily available or quickly absorbed into the body, Vitamin B-12 can also be taken through injectable. Injections are administered by your doctor. For other benefits and side effects, talk to your doctor.