Glutathione IV has joined our Myers’ cocktail as a popular addition to people seeking wellness through IV nutrients and drips. An IV nutrient that is becoming more mainstream, glutathione is said to have potent anti-aging and antioxidant effects in the body. Is this really the case? We’re here to review the facts.
If you have follow health and wellness news, you might be hearing more about Myers’ IV and IV hydration. So what’s with all the buzz about the Myers’s cocktail and IV vitamin therapy and what ingredients make it so special?
Many of our patients ask the same question and I’m going to tell you what it is and what makes it so delicious for our bodies.
As Valentine’s day approaches with all this love in the air we wanted share some basic information about an important vitamin that helps protect your heart! Vitamin B9 (folic acid) is one of the boosts that we offer in our B12 or lipotropic injections. You may have heard many things about folic acid, but let me give you a quick summary about what it is, where it is found, and why we need it.
One of the tips my professors gave me in nursing school on our first day was to get organized. They told us to get planners and organize everything as much as possible because our lives for the next two years would revolve around nursing school. As students, we did exactly what we were told. We scheduled our meals, our families, our jobs, and our social lives (or lack thereof) around homework assignments, clinical rotations, and lectures. Although it was not easy, it taught me the value of time and what one can accomplish when managing their time appropriately.
As the year begins, I want to encourage you to re-evaluate where and how you are spending your time.
Over the years, clinicians and medical professionals have emphasized the importance of calcium in the human body. In turn, the food industry has fortified our orange juice, our cereals, our milk, and our breads with it. This is a great thing! Otherwise, most of us would not get the 1,000 mg per day recommended by the National Institute of Health.
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