Intravenous Nutrient Therapy offers a safe, easy, and efficient method of delivering essential nutrients (vitamins, minerals, and amino acids) to patients.
The typical American diet is deficient in many nutrients, and many patients have poor absorption capabilities. This combination could affect how a patient tolerates medications and anesthesia. Also, without appropriate nutrition, patients could experience extended surgical recovery times. Intravenous Nutrient Therapy may encourage rapid cellular recovery and repair in patients with these deficiencies.
Many patients have reported improved outcomes when comparing surgeries with and without pre-operative Intravenous Nutrient Therapy.
TYPES OF SURGERY
Patients recovering from surgery have reported a significant decrease in adverse post-anesthesia effects with Intravenous Therapy.
A mixture of 13 essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in a combination that has been used successfully for many years.
Because Intravenous Nutrient Therapy (INT) is immediately bio-available, INT is different than oral supplementation. By bypassing the liver’s first-pass metabolism, IV nutrients may be more efficiently utilized than oral supplementation. Therefore, IV nutrients are more likely to stimulate your cells toward optimal health and recovery. INT is highly bioavailable, avoiding the problem of micronutrient-binding by interference chemicals (phytates and oxalates).