Energy Boost

As a busy adult, you might not have the time to get a full night of rest, much less an afternoon nap. You may not have mental energy to plan a balanced diet, and even if you do, there are all kinds of factors that could affect the uptake of nutrients from foods you consume. When you’re a working parent on the go from before dawn until well after dark, your health can take a backseat to client meetings, work trips, shuttling the kids to soccer practice, and everything in between. What can you do when your energy flags and you start to feel under the weather? You can’t afford to take a break – it would take a team of ten to accomplish everything you do in a day!


You’re not alone. Maintaining a household and raising a family these days often requires two incomes, which leaves harried parents scrambling to fulfill the duties of managing both full-time jobs and children’s needs. Luckily, there is a solution to keep you healthy, energized, and on track. The Energy Boost service from Boost IV features the B-vitamins you need to make the most of your sleeping hours and wake up ready to face the day with enthusiasm and vigor. You’ll also enjoy the immune boosting power of vitamin C and zinc to help you stave off a cold that could put you out of commission and throw your entire schedule into a tailspin.

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IV Ingredients

Vitamins (Water Soluble)

Vitamin B-Complex (B1,B2,B3)

Also called thiamine, vitamin B1 plays a pivotal role in turning the food you eat into energy. Regular alcohol consumption significantly depletes B1. Also known as riboflavin, vitamin B2 contributes to healthy skin, intestinal lining, and blood cells. Its main function is helping the body to break down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. Whether you’re dealing with acne, poor immune function, or low energy, getting enough vitamin B2 can lead to improvements. Also referred to as niacin, vitamin B3 works with other B complex vitamins to transform food into energy. A B3 deficiency can lead to the onset of pellagra, a condition characterized by gastrointestinal issues and mental difficulties, including dementia.

Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

B5 processes fatty acids. B5 also speeds wound healing, lowers blood cholesterol and slows the greying of hair. B5 deficiency has been implicated in the onset of headache, fatigue, insomnia, intestinal disturbances, and numbness and tingling of their hands and feet, as well as adrenal dysfunction and reduced exercise tolerance.

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)

This essential micronutrient, when paired with other B vitamins, works to turn the food you eat into energy. It contributes to cell health, produces several neurotransmitters in the brain, and helps your body to absorb another needed vitamin: B12.

Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)

B12 is an essential component of creating DNA, the genetic material that makes up our bodies. It also contributes to healthy nerve and blood cells and prevents certain types of anemia. If you want your body to function at its peak, you can’t do without vitamin B12.

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

Vitamin C is a powerhouse, contributing to cardiovascular health, protecting against skin damage and signs of aging. This essential vitamin fights free radicals, and is also needed for the growth, development, repair, and overall health of literally every tissue in the body. Most adults have trouble getting adequate vitamin C from diet, which is why supplemental treatments are so important.

Major Minerals


As you probably know, calcium is the building block for strong, healthy bones. Calcium is essential to support your skeletal system and stave off loss of bone mass and diseases like osteoarthritis. It also contributes to heart health, as well as a functional and responsive nervous system.


Magnesium is a jack of all trades when it comes to health and wellness. It helps your body to process food, produce needed fatty acids and proteins, and enjoy a healthy and functional nervous system. It contributes to bone health, heart health, and resistance to diseases like diabetes.

Other Nutrients

Trace elements (Se, Cu, Cr, Mn, Zn)

Copper aids in the production of red blood cells and collagen and helps to protect against heart disease. It also plays a role in energy production.

Chromium has been found to lower blood sugar and insulin and it can play a role in reducing hunger and food cravings.

Small amounts of Manganese can help with the regulation of your brain, nervous system, and many enzymes in the body.

Selenium helps to boost immunity and reduce risk factors for a diverse range of ailments, from cancer and heart disease, to mental decline and more.

Zinc maintains a healthy immune system, but it also helps the body to heal wounds and has an effect on learning and memory.

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