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IV Nutrition

Micronutrients for Your Body

Micronutrient injections, administered intramuscularly or intravenously, replenish the body’s nutritional needs. These medications enhance micronutritional status, promoting anti-aging, skin health, energy, stamina, detoxification, and fat metabolism. Intramuscular injections are called shots, while intravenous injections are called infusions.

Customized based on advanced anti-aging diagnostics, micronutrient injections target antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, metabolites, enzymes, carbohydrate metabolism, and hormone balance.

 

Micronutrient injection, intravenous 

 

 

Anti-Aging Pack Infusion IV

Collagen Pack Infusion IV

Energy Pack Infusion IV

Detoxification Pack Infusion IV

 

This comprehensive intravenous infusion helps to improve the free radical damage, relax, and stimulate one’s own nitric oxide.

This comprehensive intravenous infusion helps to improve collagen formation, hydration, wound healing.

This comprehensive intravenous infusion helps to improve energy and reduce fatigue.



This comprehensive intravenous infusion helps to detoxify the body.



Actives

antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and minerals such as acetycysteine, molybdenum, magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, vitamin B5, vitamin B complex, taurine, acetycarnitine, lysine, proline, vitamin C, calcium, zinc, and selenium, arginine, and glycine.

antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and minerals such as acetylcysteine, molybdenum, magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, vitamin B5, vitamin B complex, taurine, acetylcarnitine, lysine, proline, vitamin C, calcium, zinc, and selenium.

antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids, and minerals such as acetycysteine, molybdenum, magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, vitamin B5, vitamin B complex, taurine, acetycarnitine, vitamin C, and calcium.

antioxidants such as glutathione.


Indications

  • Comprehensive antiaging
  • Relaxation and sleep
  • Jet lag
  • Stimulate nitric oxide 
  • Stimulate growth hormone 
  • Comprehensive skin support
  • collagen formation
  • skin hydration
  • wound healing
  • skin brightening
  • enhances whole body photo-protection and improved immunity
  • prevent sun-induced pigmentation during the summer season or prior to outdoor activities
  • hastens recovery from excessive tan from intensive sun exposure.  
  • comprehensive stamina support
  • Energy
  • reduce fatigue


comprehensive detoxification





List of Commonly Used Actives

 

Vit D

Category:  fat soluble vitamin

Skin Protection against sun damage Essential for bone health

Protection against breast and prostate cancer

Protection against autoimmune disease

Protection against upper respiratory illness

 

CoQ10

category:  fat soluble antioxidant

skin: photoprotection

metabolism:  energy production

 

NAD

Cateogry:  coenzyme

Coenzyme helps to generate energy, maintain DNA health, activate antiaging enzymes, improve detoxification, improve sleep, upkeep neurological cellular signaling, and maintain stem cell functioning

 

Acetylcysteine

Category:  amino acid

Antioxidant:  support for glutathione production

Detoxification:  liver detoxification and chelation for heavy metals

Skin hydration:  mucous thining

Molybdenum

Category:  trace mineral

Detoxification:  liver detoxification and reduction of excess copper

Nervous system: neuroprotective effects

 

Magnesium chloride

Category:  electrolyte

Muscle relaxant:  Helpful for asthma, muscle cramps, high blood pressure, and migrane

 

Vitamin B12, cobalamin

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Convert homocysteine to methionine

Used to synthesize myelin sheaths on nerves

 

Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Metabolism:  Coenzyme for metabolism for carbohydrates, lipids, and protein

 

Vitamin B5, Dexpanthenol

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Skin: helps tissue hydration and acne control

Metabolism:  essential for carbohydrate and fatty acid metabolism

Important for production of steroid hormone and hemoglobin

 

Vitamin B2, riboflavin

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Skin: helps mucous secretion

Required for glutathione synthesis

 

Vitamin B1, Thiamine

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Metabolism:  essential for energy metabolism

 

Vitamin B Complex

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Components:  Combined thiamine, riboflavin, niacinamide, dexpanthenol, and pyridoxine

helpful for neuropathic pain

 

Biotin

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Metabolism:  Cofactor for fatty acid metabolism, amino acids, and glucose metabolism

 

Folinic acid

Category:  water soluble coenzyme

Metabolism:  Cofactor for fatty acid metabolism, amino acids, and glucose metabolism

 

Vitamin B3, Niacinamide

Skin hydration

Deficiency results in cholesterol, heart disease, and pellagra

 

Multivitamin

Category: water and fat soluble vitamins

Combined vitamin C, A, D, B1, B2, B5, B6, B3, K, E, biotin, folic acid, B12.

 

Taurine

Category:  amino acid

Metabolism:  Master osmolyte regulating sodium, calcium, chloride outside of cells, and magnesium and potassium inside the cells.

Detoxification:  chelator for heavy metals and toxin removal

Maintains cardiovascular health

Improves glucose metabolism

 

Acetylcarnitine

Category:  amino acid

Skin: reduce excessive oil

Metabolism:  fat burning and energy production

 

Vitamin C

Category:  water soluble vitamin

Skin: photoprotection and collagen synthesis

Antioxidant:  Water soluble antioxidant used to neutralize free radicals

Detoxification:  mild calcium chelation

Immunity:  Doses higher than 25 grams have oxidative effects which create peroxide surge, with cytotoxic effects for cancer and virus.

 

Calcium gluconate

Category:  electrolyte

Metabolism:  normalizes Ph, restores calcium level

Support muscle contraction and heart conduction

 

Lysine

Category:  amino acid

Skin: support collagen formation

 

Proline

Category:  amino acid

Skin:  support collagen formation

 

Selenium

Category:  trace mineral

Skin: photoprotection

Enhance glutathione

Help to regulate thyroid function



Zinc sulfate

Category:  trace mineral

Skin:  photoprotection and oil control

Immune support

 

Arginine

Category:  amino acid

Metabolism:  precursor to nitric oxide

Stimulates growth hormone, glucagon, and insulin

 

Glycine

Category:  amino acid

Metabolism:  Support glutathione production

 

Chromium

Category:  trace mineral

Metabolism:  control of diabetes and insulin

 

Methionine/Inositol/Choline

Category:  amino acid

Metabolism:  fat metabolism

 

Sodium Bicarbonate

Category: pH adjuster

 

Glutathione

Category:  amino acid

Skin: skin brightening for postinflammatory pigmentation and photoprotection

Antioxidant:  Master antioxidant

Detoxification:  liver detoxification, chelator for heavy metals

Immunity: Immune booster against virus and cancer

Nervous system:  Helpful for Parkinson’s disease

Support glucose metabolism

 

Tranexamic acid

Category:  hemostatic agent

Skin: skin brightening for postinflammatory pigmentation and photoprotection

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Frequent Ask Question

After advanced diagnostic antiaging testing, Micronutrient injection, either intramuscular and/or intravenous, can begin.

 

Micronutrient Injection, Intramuscular

Patient may receive treatment in standing or supine position generally in the buttock area.  Treatment can be given once or twice weekly.

 

Micronutrient Injection, Intravenous

Micronutrient Injection, Intravenous in sitting or supine position in the forearm area.  Prior fluid intake and food is required.  An intravenous catheter is started, followed by slow drip over a course of half hour to one hour.  Treatment can give given once or twice weekly.

The results are seen in days, although best results accumulate over sessions.  Most patients often find more energy to work and to enjoy life.

Combined with proper diet and exercise, results are long lasting with further treatments suggested for maintenance.

Additional maintenance is required.

Healthy eating and exercise are helpful to enhance results.

Further treatment may be recommended to further results.

There is generally no recovery. Most people return to work and activities immediately.

Injection site soreness

Irritation in the vein, secondary to infuser’s effects on the circulatory system

Arm pain at the infusion site, lasting for a few days.

Dizziness

Lightheadedness

Lowering of blood pressure

Lowering of blood sugar

Headaches

Muscle cramps or weakness

Advanced Aesthetic Center

Tel (626) 447-8828

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623 W Duarte Rd, Ste. A, Arcadia, CA 91007