A compounded injection that contains B Vitamins and three fat burning amino acids. These can improve energy, memory, sleep, while promoting fat loss and a sense of well-being.
$30 each or 4 for $100 if given at clinic
Take Home Kit - 10 weekly injections that you will be instructed to do yourself at home - $200
You need vitamin D every day if you want to maintain optimal health. It’s a powerhouse that your body relies on for several functions, ranging from a strong immune system to sturdy bones. However, because of the nature of vitamin D, it can be tricky to make sure you’re getting enough of it. In fact, about 1 in 4 people in the United States are considered vitamin D deficient. That’s where supplementation in the form of a vitamin D injection comes in handy.
What Is Vitamin D?
Technically, vitamin D isn’t a vitamin at all. It’s a type of fat-soluble hormone produced by the body. This is achieved by converting the rays of the sun into vitamin D when they’re absorbed into the skin. However, there are several factors that may prevent you from getting enough vitamin D from sunlight. These include the use of UV-blocking sunscreen, too much time spent indoors, or pollution and cloud cover that keeps UV rays from fully reaching the earth’s atmosphere.
If you don’t get enough sunlight to produce vitamin D, you can try modifying your diet. Vitamin D occurs naturally in some foods, such as liver, cheese and fatty fish like salmon and tuna. It’s also often found in foods fortified with vitamin D, such as some dairy products, juices and cereals. People who don’t get the recommended daily allowance of vitamin D—600 to 800 international units (IU) for adults—through sun exposure or diet may try supplementation.
Vitamin D supplements come in two forms:
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol)
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)
Vitamin D3 is often preferred as a supplement because it tends to do a better job at raising the blood levels of vitamin D.
Vitamin D can be taken in pill form or can be included in an intravenous (IV treatment). However, one of the quickest ways to obtain it is through a Vitamin D shot.
What Are Vitamin D3 Shots?
We deliver vitamin D3 through intramuscular injection. Just like the name implies, the shot goes into the muscles. This means vitamin D3 gets into the bloodstream right away for maximum absorption.
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