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Vitamins are one of the safest, non-invasive ways to enhance your well being. The correct vitamin levels can increase your metabolism, help your body metabolize fats, proteins, and carbohydrates, provide an energy boost, support your hair and nails, help your mood and support your immune system. While most people associate vitamins with supplement pills, they also come in the form of injections. So what’s the difference? Here are some basic distinctions between the two.
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Vitamin injections allow your body to use 100% of the nutrients since they are administered directly into your bloodstream. Vitamins taken orally must be digested before benefiting your body, but a significant portion of the pill’s nutrients is lost during the digestive process. This means you might have to take much more than the recommended daily intake to see results.
Vitamin pills are sometimes generally less expensive than injections. However, because you are absorbing 100% of the nutrients available with injections, you’re getting exactly what you pay for. Vitamin pills are usually manufactured with “fillers” that have no benefit, but you’re still paying for them. VALUE FOR MONEY: If you have a Vitamin jab once a month it is £1 per day! If you have all 4 main vitamins once a month (b12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Biotin) it costs £100 and that is: £3.23 per day. Less than a coffee a day or a Mcdonalds breakfast!
To see the benefits of vitamin pills, you must remember to take them on a daily basis. But many people easily forget to take pills, especially on a long-term basis. Vitamin injections, on the other hand, are not administered as frequently—which means less chance of forgetting and thus losing out on the benefits.
For people with illnesses that affect the digestive system, such as ceoliac disease, or for people who choose to follow vegan or vegetarian diets vitamin pills are even less effective, so injections might be the only supplementation option available.
Vitamin C Injections can enhance physical well being and prevent the onset of illness. This is because vitamin C is a natural antioxidant that improves the condition of the skin and protects the body against the effects of harmful agents. These exist both internally and externally and can negatively affect metabolic processes, leading to tiredness and fatigue. Vitamin C is vital for healthy skin, blood vessels, bones, and cartilage. It also promotes and aids in healing. Not getting enough Vitamin C can leave you feeling sluggish, run-down, prone to frequent bouts of illness, and looking tired.
Most of our B12 comes from meat in our diet. Those who are unable to absorb an adequate amount of B12 due to dietary restrictions or health problems may need to get a natural supplement through a B12 jab. B12 Prevents Fatigue as it is vital in the production of red blood cells that carry oxygen and nutrients around the body. it Gives You an Energy Boost as B12 assists in the process of converting food into glucose, which the body requires for energy production and Improves Brain Power as it plays a role in supporting mental and cognitive performance. B12 Lowers the Risk of Heart Disease and Memory Loss and can help you loose weight as B12 boosts the metabolism so increasing levels of this vitamin can be an invaluable support if you’re trying to lose weight through diet. It’s energy-giving benefits will also aid your efforts!
Anxiety? Lack of sleep? ... B12 can help fight mood swings, loss of focus and depression in a number of ways. One way it does this is by synthesising melatonin, dopamine and serotonin, the chemical messengers that influence your moods.
As well as regulating your mood, melatonin also controls your sleeping patterns and if you’re suffering from a B12 deficiency, a common side effect is being unable to sleep and then feeling tired throughout the day.
Biotin strengthens keratin, the protein that makes up our hair, skin and nails. We need it not just for new hair growth, but also to keep our existing hair thick and shiny. Biotin also increases the elasticity of our hair, which minimises breakage and split ends. When injected, Biotin helps to gradually replace dry, damaged hair with healthy, happy hair.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, responsible for the intestinal absorption of calcium and phosphate. Vitamin D is needed to keep bones, teeth, and muscles healthy and our moods higher. Vitamin D deficiency is particularly common in people in the UK and Western Europe where there is not enough sunshine throughout the year. Vitamin D helps to fight illness and therefore aid an all over wellness but one of the main benefits of Vitamin D is that it can really aid the fight against depression or feeling low.