Vitamin D3 shot (50,000 IU)
You might know active vitamin D3 as “the sunshine vitamin” because your body produces it as a response to sun exposure. This essential vitamin is needed to maintain all kinds of healthy functions and systems in the body, from strong teeth and bones, to robust brain, immune, cardiopulmonary, and nervous system functionality. It also plays a role in regulating insulin levels and fighting the onset of certain cancers. In short, you simply can’t do without vitamin D3.
It is estimated that all the average person needs is about 10 minutes of sun exposure 2-3 times a week to maintain healthy levels of vitamin D3, but as Portlanders well know, this isn’t always possible. Not only is the sun often hidden behind clouds for roughly two-thirds of the year (thanks to well over 200 days of rain on average), but your busy work schedule could keep you from enjoying the sun when it does make an appearance. Luckily, you needn’t rely solely on the sun to meet your vitamin D3 needs. With the Vitamin D3 injection from Boost IV, you can get a regular dose of this crucial nutrient.
Vitamin D is also available through certain foods and oral vitamin supplements, but our bodies aren’t well suited to absorption of vitamin D through digestion. Don’t take any chances where your health is concerned. Get the injection therapy that ensures optimal uptake with a Vitamin D3 injection that takes just 15 minutes to complete. Contact Boost IV at 971-533-1700 today to schedule your appointment.
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