(IM) SHOT: Vitamin B Complex
Energy & Metabolism Boost, Enhances Amino Acids & Metabolism, Liver detoxification, Reduces Acne
- 15 min15 minutes
- 60 British pounds£60
- Online - Star Freud Wellness Clinic|Central London (Monument) - Star Freud Wellness Clinic
In addition to oral supplementation, vitamin B can also be administered by intramuscular injection. Vitamin B complex injections are a grouping of all B vitamins. The vitamins in vitamin B complex are essential for growth, development, and a variety of other bodily functions. They also play a major role in the activities of the enzymes and proteins that regulate chemical reactions in the body, which is crucial in converting food into energy. B vitamins also play an essential role in maintaining the nervous system, proper cell function, and increasing metabolism. Each of the B vitamins present in a vitamin B injection are water soluble. This means that instead of being stored in fats, B vitamins dissolve. Vitamin B complex injections are more efficient because the body naturally depletes itself of these vitamins through urine or perspiration. Fat-soluble vitamins—like vitamins A, D, and E—are stored in the body and released as needed, while B complex vitamins get used up daily and need to be replenished regularly. What’s in B Complex Injections? B complex injections are perfect for people with dietary restrictions, for those who have had trouble losing weight, or for anyone experiencing digestion issues. Vitamin B has shown to improve the metabolic process, while also stimulating immune and nervous system function. The main subtypes of B vitamin that are present in the injection can also be found naturally in the foods we eat every day: B1 (thiamine): Pork, berries, lean meats, nuts, and soy milk B2 (riboflavin): Eggs, dark green vegetables, fish, grains, and mushrooms B3 (niacin): Sunflower seeds, tuna, poultry, potato, and liver B5 (pantothenic acid): Organ meats, avocados, broccoli, and mushrooms B6 (pyridoxine): Green beans, whole grains, spinach, fish, and bananas B7 (biotin): Soy products, egg yolks, fish, and cheese B9 (folic acid): Green leafy vegetables, citrus juice, tofu, and tomato juice B12 (cobalamin): Milk, fish, fortified breakfast cereals, and shellfish To maintain proper vitamin B levels, it’s important to follow a diet that is rich in vitamin B complex. Because it is not stored and released from fat as needed, it’s up to you to replenish your system. Deficiencies of any of these eight vitamins making up vitamin B complex can cause several health problems, including memory Treatment Summary Procedure Time 10 minutes Results seen in Immediately Potential Effects None Downtime None Back to work Immediately Anaesthetic Not required
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