Less pain, more to gain

Life is full of ups and downs, and while you don’t always have control over your circumstances, there are steps you can take to improve and live your best life.  Many people focus on a healthy diet and regular exercise as a means of staying fit, active, and involved throughout their lives.

Perhaps you enjoy connecting with nature through trail running, just for example.  There are so many breathtaking areas in and around Portland to explore, relax, and get back to what matters.  With regular excursions, you have the opportunity to breathe in the fresh air, center yourself, and enjoy better overall health and fitness.

Of course, there are always challenges to contend with.  Intense activities like running can take a toll on your body, resulting in a loss of hydration and electrolytes that leaves you feeling fatigued.  Or you may be one of the many people suffering from digestive issues like IBS that make it difficult to exercise and impact how far you can be from a restroom at any given time.  You might suffer bone and joint pain from excessive impact if you’re a lifelong runner.

What can you do to improve your situation and continue enjoying the exercise you love?  A healthy diet and smart planning can go a long way, but you may need more, and the experts at Boost IV have the solution.  With our Mega-Vitamin C Boost, you gain all the benefits associated with high-dose vitamin C (along with B vitamins and electrolytes).

Most people know that vitamin C bolsters the immune system, and you may even be aware of the fact that it’s a powerful antioxidant, but a growing field of study has shown there’s a lot more to this essential nutrient than helping to protect against colds and harmful free radicals.  What benefits will you enjoy when you schedule regular sessions for Mega-Vitamin C Boost infusions every 3-4 weeks?

The Many Benefits of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a powerhouse of a nutrient, one that can benefit the body in myriad ways when used correctly.  While a typical recommended dietary allowance (RDA) falls in the 75-90 mg range, studies have shown that most adults can gain better advantages from a higher daily dose, around 500 mg.

In some cases, even higher doses are indicated, although not for daily use.  The problem with vitamin C is that it’s water soluble, which means it quickly exits the body through waste fluids.  On the upside, this makes it difficult to overdose on vitamin C, so it’s fairly safe and effective.  The downside is that you can rapidly experience depletion if you don’t focus on consuming adequate vitamin C through the foods you eat and supplements.

Most people simply can’t get the amount of vitamin C their bodies need through diet alone, and high-dose supplements can upset the stomach.  In addition, oral supplements don’t necessarily guarantee optimal uptake, which means a lot of the nutrients you need could simply pass through instead of being absorbed into the body.

With a Mega-Vitamin C Boost, you’ll get 25 grams of vitamin C through intravenous infusion, and because it goes directly into your bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system, you’ll enjoy much better uptake and greater benefits.  Any excess will exit the body, so you don’t have to worry about getting too much.

Why is this boost so great for anyone who exercises hard and suffers from pain and inflammation?  While vitamin C is well-known for its antioxidant and immune-boosting properties, mounting evidence suggests that it’s also an anti-inflammatory and analgesic (pain reliever) that could be used to treat certain types of acute and chronic pain.

For runners dealing with issues like joint pain related to inflammation, or even IBS symptoms that impact their exercise, high-dose vitamin C therapy could be a natural and effective solution that allows for ongoing activity without the need for opioids or other painkillers.  Most people don’t suffer from vitamin C deficiency (only about 6% of the U.S. population), but there are also plenty of people who can benefit from higher doses on a regular basis, particularly those dealing with chronic pain conditions associated with inflammation.

The Role of B Vitamins

B vitamins play an important role in a number of bodily functions, including digestion, metabolism, energy production, and more.  These functions are not only essential to human survival, but they gain added significance for people who place high demands on their bodies, such as runners or those involved in regular, intense, physical activities.

With vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, the Mega-Vitamin C Boost helps to regulate how well the foods you consume nourish your body and provide needed energy, among a number of other crucial functions.  Low levels of vitamin B6 have been linked to conditions like IBS, with studies showing that increased intake can relieve the severity of associated symptoms.

While the star of the show in the Mega-Vitamin C Boost is pretty clear from the name, the addition of B vitamins helps to support the benefits of high-dose vitamin C.  Like many nutrients, vitamins are more than the sum of their parts.  Pairing them in specific ways can exponentially enhance their benefits.

Adding Electrolytes

An active lifestyle can leave your body depleted of hydration, not to mention electrolytes needed to ensure optimal uptake of water.  IV infusions are designed to deliver a massive dose of hydration, regardless of added vitamins and minerals, but the Mega-Vitamin C Boost also provides electrolytes like calcium, magnesium, and potassium that support strong bones, regulate muscle and nerve function, promote proper kidney function, and more.

You might think the Mega-Vitamin C Boost is only to stave off seasonal colds, but nothing could be further from the truth.  This powerful boost does so much more than bolster immunity.  It works to combat the effects of inflammation related to age, intense activity, and/or chronic ailments.  If you want to maintain functional fitness and continue living an active and rewarding lifestyle, a Mega-Vitamin C Boost infusion every 3-4 weeks could be the natural solution you’re looking for.



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