Vitamin B boasts amazing health benefits. It lowers the risk of stroke, heart disease, and anemia. It is known to help asthma and allergies and even combat the negative side effects of diabetes. It is essential for memory and concentration, with studies showing that it can aid in the prevention and treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s. It also supports healthier skin, nails, hair, and even eyes.
As a key nutrient in the body’s ability to convert proteins, carbohydrates, and fats into fuel, Vitamin B boosts thyroid activity and metabolism. That fuel further aids weight loss by giving the body the energy it needs to exercise and stay active. And when it’s time to rest, Vitamin B helps the body produce tryptophan – the amino acid that helps stimulate healthy sleep. It is also a key nutrient required for the body to make serotonin, which naturally enhances mood.
Vitamin B injections may be received once or twice a week, as long as there are three days between injections. Patients must be 18 years or older to receive injections or have the written consent of a parent.
Vitamin B12 Plus Injection
This is a combination of Vitamin B12 and Amino acids.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) is known as the energy vitamin, helping to decrease fatigue and stimulating the use of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates in the body. Vitamin B12 deficiency is relatively common, especially when on a restricted diet. As such, supplemental B12 proves to be effective in replenishing the body of this essential nutrient. Choline emulsifies fat and cholesterol in the body by forming small fat globules in the blood and maneuvering fats through small channels in and out of cells. Choline depletion results in decreased fat metabolism and utilization. Inositol transports and removes fat from the liver in a method similar to other amino acids.
Vitamin B1/B6 Injection
B6 and B1 are essential vitamins that help increase energy. Vitamin B6 has the ability to improve metabolism and the breakdown of protein. It is recommended to help provide the nutrients you need while on a very low-calorie diet. Vitamin B1 is an important coenzyme that helps the body convert food into energy. While we are not aware of any contra-indications for pregnant or nursing women, Radiance requires written consent from a primary care provider or OB/GYN for patients who are pregnant and/or nursing. If you are or become pregnant and/or nursing, you must advise one of our RNs.