MIAMI, March 31, 2012 - From Flintstone cartoon characters to dinner plate sized discs, vitamins come in all shapes and sizes, but it’s not how they look but the way they are “consumed” that plays the biggest role in their health benefits.
Over the counter vitamins that we tend to buy by the truck-load fail in comparison to the potential benefits that IV vitamin supplementation can offer. This is due to the fact that IV supplementation allows our bodies to reach much higher blood concentrations of these micro-nutrients than does oral supplementation alone.
As our consumption of oral vitamins increases, so does the body’s ability to get rid of them.
By decreasing its intestinal absorption and increasing its clearance in urine, much of your hard earned cash will be converted into very expensive toilet water with oral tablets, pills and liquids.
For example, the highest recorded blood concentration of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) measured after an oral pharmacological dose was 9.3mg/dL. With an IV vitamin C regimen, the body absorbed levels of close to 80mg/dL.
So does having these astronomical levels of vitamins and minerals flowing through your circulatory system help? The answer is an unequivocal YES! Everything from viral infections to depression, to cancer have been shown toimprove with micro-nutrient blood levels that are only achievable with IV vitamin supplementation.
When done properly, IV vitamin supplementation can be a safe and extremely beneficial augmentation to leading a healthy and disease preventative lifestyle.
Stop creating expensive toilet water and start improving your life with IV micro-nutrient vitamin supplementation.
“The best cosmetic procedure is adding a smile” - Dr. Ivan Rusilko
Ivan Rusilko, DO, CSN, PT, is an accomplished weight loss and wellness physician affiliated with the prestigious MIAMI Institute in Miami, Florida. A champion bodybuilder, international male fitness model, and former Mr. USA 2008 & 2010, Dr. Rusilko graduated from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2010 and is now the National Media Expert on Diet, Exercise and Sports Nutrition for the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
In addition to health and wellness, Dr. Rusilko has a variety of interests and activities including event coordination, photography, writing, and politics. Dr. Rusilko is a member of the George W. Bush Center’s Leadership Circle, the Ronald Reagan Foundation’s Legacy Council, and named as a Vice Chair of the Reagan Centennial Committee.
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