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The importance of vitamins in our diets has been understood for decades. However, exactly how to take those vitamins is a bit less well-established. For instance, oral supplements can vary significantly in their effectiveness. What time of day did you take them? Did you take them with or without food? Was it a capsule or a pill? All of these factors can affect how readily the vitamin absorbs through your stomach. 
To make things more confusing, different vitamins will absorb better under different circumstances, which poses a particular challenge if you’re taking a multivitamin.
By injecting vitamins into a vein or muscle, you circumvent the digestive system altogether. This makes them more readily available to your body. The result is that you need a lower dosage than you would with a pill. Not only that, but you typically only need an injection once a week, rather than taking a vitamin every day.
Studies reveal that over 90 percent of people are deficient in at least one or more nutrients. Other nutrients are Vitamins B12, C, D, E, and A, as well as calcium, iron, fiber, and potassium. It’s easier for our bodies to absorb liquid vitamins than their counterpart, pills.

At clinic we offer B12, Biotin, Vitamin C and D. These are delivered intramuscular into the arm. A quick and painless appointment.

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