50% off All Vitamin B Injections

50% off All Vitamin B Injections

Over the Christmas break and New Year we all tend to overindulge.  As a result, your body is probably having a tough time dealing with all the excess food and alcohol consumption.  A great way to start replenishing and rebalancing yourself is with some Vitamin therapy, and the best family of vitamins to kick start this is the Vitamin B group.

Research has proven that Vitamin B complex injections are more efficient than tablets, gels or liquids. This is because the digestive system, stomach acids and enzymes attack the molecular structure of B vitamins when consumed in the form of tablets or gels. But in the case of injections, neither acids nor enzymes are able to attack the vitamins. This results in a higher rate of absorption and retention of B vitamins with faster results.

The importance of B vitamins cannot be understated. Vitamins and minerals are usually required by the human body in extremely small quantities.However, the absence of these small quantities is likely to cause serious health problems to the individual. B complex vitamins promote immune system function, cell growth, metabolic function and nervous system function. Various characteristics of the individual such as energy levels, skin health, and muscle condition therefore depend on the consumption of adequate levels of B complex vitamins.

  • Vitamin B-1: Thiamine
    Thiamine plays a role in the body’s absorption and conversion of foods containing carbohydrates, in particular for the heart, muscles and nervous system. A thiamine deficiency can cause weakness, fatigue, psychosis and nerve damage.
  • Vitamin B-2: Riboflavin
    Riboflavin’s main importance is in assisting the body with growth and the development of red blood cells, and in converting energy from carbohydrates.
  • Vitamin B-3: Niacin
    Niacin, also known as nicotinic acid, primarily helps with digestion, skin and nerves. Nuts and legumes contain this vitamin, as do other B-vitamin-rich foods. Deficiency of niacin causes pellegra, inflamed skin, digestive problems and mental difficulty.
  • Vitamins B-5 and B-7: Pantothenic Acid and Biotin
    Both pantothenic acid and biotin assist with growth and metabolism. They are present in yeast, broccoli, cabbage, and both white and sweet potatoes.
  • Vitamin B-6: Pyridoxine
    Pyridoxine contains more than 100 enzymes needed for healthy protein metabolism. B-6 is extremely important to the functioning of many body systems, including red cell production, the nervous and immune systems, cell growth, oxygenation, neurotransmitters and blood sugar regulation. Its deficiency causes a lower immune response and anemia. As a supplement, vitamin B-6 may help with high volumes of alcohol consumption.
  • Vitamin B-9: Folate
    Folate, or folic acid, is a multifunctional B vitamin because it helps the body create needed proteins, red blood cells and DNA. Taken in pregnancy, it helps prevent birth defects. Folate deficiency causes diarrhea, gray hair, mouth ulcers, peptic ulcers, poor growth, swelling of the tongue and anemia. In addition to the other B foods, folate is present in liver, citrus and shellfish.
  • Vitamin B-12: Cobalamin
    Cobalamin helps with metabolism, the production of blood cells and helps maintain healthy nerve function. People eating a strict vegetarian or vegan diet need to supplement their diets with cobalamin. Deficiency causes numbness in the arms and legs, weakness and loss of balance. Unlike most B-complex vitamins, you can store vitamin B-12 in your liver for use in the future.

In an effort to help you achieve glowing skin and higher energy for an overall healthier and happier you, Dr Alia Nasser is offering 50% off all Vitamin B injections at Verve Cosmetic Clinic before 28th February 2015. Call us on (02) 9363 2224 or email enquiry@vervecosmeticclinic.com.au to schedule an appointment.


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