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06 Cellular nutrition

IV Therapy for cellular nutrition


To live well, we need to have energy and a healthy immune system. Our body does not produce vitamins and minerals, so we must get them from our diet or from supplements. But what if there was a way to bypass the digestive system and get all of your nutrients directly into your bloodstream? This is where IV therapy comes in!

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps the body fight free radicals. Vitamin C aids collagen production, which is important for skin health. It also works with iron absorption and plays a role in immune function.


Glutathione is a tripeptide found in almost all the cells of your body. It is one of the most important antioxidants, meaning its job is to neutralize free radicals and protect your body from their damage.

Glutathione has many functions, including:

  • detoxifying heavy metals (like mercury), pesticides, and other toxins from your system;
  • protecting against inflammation by stopping white blood cells from releasing inflammatory chemicals;
  • fighting off infections by increasing the production of natural killer cells and phagocytes that eat up bacteria, viruses, cancer cells and other pathogens;
  • boosting immune function by stimulating T-cell proliferation (the production of new white blood cells) while lowering cytokine levels (substances released by white blood cells).


B vitamins are essential for energy production, brain function and healthy cell growth. They can be found in foods such as whole grains, beans and legumes, meat and fish, dairy products. B vitamins can also be taken as a supplement.

B-complex supplements contain several B vitamins together in one pill or tablet. The most commonly included B vitamins are vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), niacinamide (vitamin B3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), biotin, folic acid/folate and cobalamin/vitamin b12


Antioxidants are compounds that neutralize free radicals and help to prevent damage to DNA, proteins, and lipids. There are two types of antioxidants: water-soluble and fat-soluble. Antioxidants work together to protect your body from oxidative stress caused by aging, diet, lifestyle factors such as smoking or exercising too much, etc.

The most common antioxidants include vitamins A (retinol), C (ascorbic acid), D (calciferol), E (tocopherols) and K1/K2 (phylloquinones). These nutrients exist in both natural foods as well as fortified plant-based milks like SoyLife® brand products.

Antioxidants may help prevent various diseases such as for diabetes patients who have an increased risk for cardiovascular disease due to their high blood sugar levels over time which eventually leads the pancreas being unable to produce enough insulin anymore due to being damaged by free radicals generated during fasting periods where glucose levels drop below normal range causing hypoglycemia symptoms such as dizziness/lightheadedness

Amino Acids

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and essential for good health. They play a role in muscle growth, boosting your metabolism, and helping you sleep better at night.

There are 20 amino acids that can be found in food, but nine of them are considered essential because your body can’t make them itself. These 9 essential amino acids must be obtained from the diet and are known as “essential” amino acids!

Have you tried IV Therapy?

IV therapy is a great way to boost your immune system, detoxify your body and heal it. It can also reduce inflammation in the body.

If you’re suffering from allergies or have seasonal allergies, it is a good idea to try IV therapy for cellular nutrition.


There are many more nutrients that can be included in IV therapies, but these are some of the most important ones. I hope this article has been helpful as you learn more about what it can do for your health and wellness.

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