It might be no surprise that refined foods, fast food, and overly processed foods have depleted the nutrients and vitamins your body needs, leaving you fatigued and sluggish. If your digestion is not functioning properly, your body is probably not absorbing the vitamins you do consume. Even if you are taking vitamin supplements, you will likely not be able to overcome the deficiencies created by poor dietary habits. A good example of this is with pernicious anemia. This is an autoimmune condition that results in the inability to absorb B12.
Healthy diet and exercise are essential for a total state of wellness and achieving weight management goals. However, vitamin deficiencies play a big role as well. Vitamin B12, for example, is involved in the metabolism of calories in every cell in your body. B12 IV Therapy can stimulate the thyroid gland, reduce water retention, increase your energy level and subsequently reduce your appetite.
Intravenous (IV) therapy utilizes high doses of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, botanicals or homeopathies directly into the blood to provide enhanced absorption into the body. This treatment can be used for many conditions including immune problems, cancer treatment and neurodegenerative disease.
Naturopathic doctors require additional training and experience in this highly specialized area of medical treatment. ND Health Naturopathic doctors are fully qualified to administer IV therapy.
To learn more about IV Therapy, please see our IV Therapy page.
ND Health B12 Injection Therapy May Be Covered By Your Insurance
Most employer insurance plans cover Naturopathic Medicine and related services performed by an ND Health Naturopathic Doctor. You can find out if your insurance provides benefits by calling your insurance company’s patient information or benefits line. This number can be found on your insurance card, or simply call our office for more information. Learn more about how
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