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SOLUTION: Vitamin Injections
Vitamin B12 Injection
This vitamin is required for the development of the central nervous system. Deficiencies can lead to numbness and tingling of the hands and feet. Low levels of b12 can cause low white and red blood cell counts, fatigue, palpitations, pale skin, dementia, weight changes, infertility and depression. It can lead to spinal defects, developmental delay, failure to thrive, and anemia in babies of pregnant women. Vitamin B12 is a cofactor for methionine synthase, so it is typically given with our Lipo MIC shot for better results.
For detailed information follow this link: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - Vitamin B12
Vitamin D Injection
Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that can be taken orally or given as a shot in the the muscle; it cannot be given intravenously. It can be produced in the body from exposure to sunlight, but living in Chicago, we can go many days without having sunlight. Vitamin D is necessary for bone growth and can protect from osteoporosis. It reduces inflammation, is helpful for neuromuscular and immune function, aids glucose metabolism and can help with weight loss. Studies found that Vitamin D supplementation can reduce cancer deaths, cardiovascular risk, and depression.
For detailed information follow this link: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services - Vitamin D
Vitamin C Injection
A growing number of preclinical studies are showing how high-dose vitamin C might benefit cancer patients. Importantly, these preclinical studies provide a clear rationale that may help personalize the therapeutic approach and identify patient populations that are likely to respond to high-dose vitamin C therapy. In addition, given the current high financial cost of new cancer drugs, it seems rational to improve the effectiveness of current therapies. The implementation of this treatment paradigm could provide benefit to many cancer patients.
For detailed information follow this link: National Cancer Institute - Intravenous High Dose Vitamin C
Starting at $15