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4 Myths About IV Vitamin Therapy

Intravenous vitamin therapy can help to boost a person's immune system by delivering vitamins, minerals and herbs directly to the blood stream, where they can be carried to cells to promote healthy cell division and growth. IV vitamin therapy can also be the cornerstone of a holistic cancer treatment program. Most people only get about 10 to 25 percent of the nutrients they need naturally from the food and drink they consume. Cancer patients often get less than this due to nausea and fatigue associated with cancer-fighting drugs. Intravenous vitamin therapy helps to combat this deficit. There’s a lot of misinformation surrounding intravenous vitamin therapy and its use to fight serious diseases like cancer. Below are four common myths: 1. Vitamin therapy doesn't need monitoring. WRONG! Although vitamins and minerals are natural, there can be too much of a good thing. IV vitamin therapy should be administered under a doctor's supervision. Although IV vitamin therapy is a holistic and natural therapy, it is not a fad and shouldn’t be treated lightly. 2. Intravenous vitamin therapy can't help with serious and/or chronic diseases. FALSE! Having and maintaining a healthy immune system can help with myriad health issues and conditions, from cancer to aging to combating fatigue. 3. You have to be sick to benefit from intravenous vitamin therapy. WRONG! Virtually anyone can benefit from a healthier immune system. In fact, intravenous vitamin therapy is commonly used by athletes to increase their performance and stamina. 4. Diseases don't respond to intravenous vitamin therapy. WRONG! There are multiple studies that show IV vitamin therapy is beneficial in helping the body fight diseases ranging from the common cold to cancer to emphysema. Fighting cancer is a tough battle. However, there are tools, including IV vitamin therapy, to help you get through this difficult period. Wan to learn more about IV vitamin therapy? Call us at (877) 292-1571.

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