B12 Vitamins

Vitamin B12 Infusion Therapy

Vitamin B12 sources are known to energize and enhance mental and physical performance. Consequently, the energy boost that people get from B12 is what we like to call “Energy Enhancer.” Unlike caffeine or other stimulants, B12 doesn’t give you a wired or buzzy feeling. It provides a balanced level of energy that feels natural and manageable.

Clients that suffer from brain fog and lack of focus may also notice a brain boost from vitamin B12. When combined with other B vitamins and certain amino acids, the energizing effects are beautifully enhanced. Specifically, our injection (B12 + Taurine + NAD+) is an example of this combined mental and physical boost. Our IV nutrients, plus the added benefits of Carnitine, Glutathione, and B-complex take energy levels to another level.

Can B12 help weight loss?

While vitamin B12 itself won’t shed the pounds for you, it does help the way our bodies absorb and utilize nutrients. Instead of turning these nutrients into fat, B12 weight loss materialized as it turns fat into energy. Studies have shown that nutrients with B vitamins can effectively reduce weight gain and plasma levels of lipids.

Vitamin B12 also functions as a cofactor for methionine synthesis. Methionine supports B12 weight loss (and overall health) by helping to remove heavy metals within the body while breaking down fat deposits. This helps to prevent a toxic build-up of fat in the arteries. Methionine is also converted to cytosine, a precursor of Glutathione, which is an essential antioxidant that aids in the detoxification of the liver.

If you’re looking to shed a few pounds, our Weight Loss treatment has a double dose of B12 for weight loss and energy, as well as MICC and L-Carnitine. Since one treatment will not change everything, we recommend doing it weekly for at least 8 weeks to notice a significant change. In addition, another side benefit to this amazing nutrient is that vitamin B12 hair loss helps bolster hair follicle production and growth 

B12 to Reduce Stress, Inflammation, and Pain

For clients with anxiety, insomnia, migraines, chronic pain, and inflammation, vitamin B12–along with certain other nutrients – helps to calm and restore balance to the nervous system. In fact, it’s well-established that B12 plays a role in synthesizing serotonin, dopamine, and other neurotransmitters. People who are deficient in B12 may suffer from irritability, agitation, mood swings, migraines, insomnia, and even gastrointestinal distress. Case in point, most people are deficient in B12.

For example, our NAD Drip and IV formulas of vitamins utilize the calming benefits of extra strength vitamin B12 (for energy boosts as well), along with Magnesium, various amino acids, and other water-soluble vitamins.

B12 on Enhancing Immune Function

The body’s ability to create new immune cells and initiate an immune response requires B vitamins, especially vitamin B12. Specifically, in clinical studies of immunological or neurological disorders, such as autoimmune diseases and HIV infections, some unproductive effects of vitamin B12 have been reported. Vitamin B12 not only supports the immune system directly, but its ability to help aid sleep, improve digestion, and suppress excessive inflammation allows the body to better fight off infections. Moreover, B12 bolsters red and white blood cell production, in which B12 helps combat Anemia. 

In the past year, more focus has been spent on medical science, especially in improving our immunity. In fact, our immune boost IV drip with the extra strength of B12 is still the most requested service of all time.

Vitamin B12 in Pregnancy and Nursing

Vitamin B12 is not only safe to give during pregnancy, it can actually help prevent birth defects, including some that can be fatal. It’s also extremely helpful for pregnant and nursing mothers who suffer from nausea and fatigue.

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