Vitamin Infusion

Do you need vitamin infusions?

Which one of the symptoms or conditions below describes you?

  1. Tired or Fatigued Easily
  2. Headaches or Migraines
  3. Digestive Issues
  4. Arthritis or Body Pain
  5. Thyroid over or under active
  6. Hormone Imbalances
  7. Cancer

All of these conditions or symptoms are signs the body is OUT OF BALANCE and that state of being out of balance could be caused by nutritional deficiencies. When the body is not functioning correctly it often times has trouble digesting and processing vitamins.

Vitamin infusions are a way to bypass that and get your body the nutrients it is CRAVING to bring patients into a state of healing.

In a recent study, researchers tested the high-dose vitamin C in a group of 14 people with non-small cell lung cancer. So far, 93% of the people receiving the vitamin C infusions are responding to chemotherapy and radiation, compared to 40% who usually do. In an encouraging finding, more than 30% of the people getting the vitamin C also showed signs of their tumors shrinking. Usually, only 15% to 19% of people receiving chemo and radiation see their tumors get smaller.

Why is this?

Vitamin C works on healthy cells as an antioxidant, combating the free radicals formed by things such as sunlight, pollutants, and smoking. Study authors Douglas Spitz and Dr. Bryan Allen, both in the department of radiation oncology at the University of Iowa, believe that it can also promote oxidative damage—but only in cancer cells. Tumors seem to have higher levels of oxidative stress, which can produce free radicals. This promotes the release of unstable forms of iron, which reacts with vitamin C and causes further damage to the cancer cell.

Vitamin Infusions could be beneficial for people with neuropathy, anxiety, depression, fatigue, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, high cholesterol, allergies, asthma, and Multiple Sclerosis.

B12 has several health effects including:

  1. It helps the body produce new neurotransmitters – such as Dopamine, Acetylcholine, and Melatonin – and helps to “mop up” old neurotransmitters.
  2. Helps to mobilize fat and cholesterol so that our bodies can use them more efficiently.
  3. Flushes out bad fat and can be helpful with weight loss.
  4. Helps lower cholesterol by making it difficult for fat to accumulate in our arteries.
  5. Clears and eliminates histamines; helpful for allergies/asthma.
  6. Protects DNA; helpful for anti-aging and longevity.
  7. Myelin (which insulates nerves) requires B12 so that proper signals can be sent out to our bodies. B12 is therefore very important for proper nerve function and brain function.

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