A good example of this is the use of Vitamin C when trying to overcome a cold due to some sort of virus. The antiviral effects of Vitamin C are seen when blood levels are around 10-15 mg/dL. This level is achievable with IV therapy but not orally. Oral dosage typically peaks with blood levels around 1.2-4.0 mg/dL vs. IV therapy of 50-90 mg/dL. Scientific evidence has demonstrated that a variety of conditions can benefit from the use of IV nutrition. A few of the conditions that may be helped include:
- poor detoxification
- poor circulation
- post-gastric bypass
- increased stress
- cardiovascular disease
- heavy metal toxicity
- pre/post surgery
- Crohn's Disease
- Ulcerative Colitis
IV therapies are also useful in nutritional detoxification programs, immune stimulation or, simply, because of depletion of your body stores.
- Who can be treated with IV Vitamin Therapy?
- What are the benefits of IV Vitamin Therapy?
- Does the IV Vitamin Therapy have side effects?
- What patients can't receive IV Vitamin Therapy?
- What diseases or conditions can be treated with IV Vitamin Therapy?
- What if I am healthy, can I still use IV Vitamin Therapy?
- What is the difference between IV VitaminTherapy and oral vitamins?
- Should I follow a specific diet plan after my IV Vitamin Therapy?
- How is this treatment provided?