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Vitamin C Supplements Improve Your Health

Many think the main benefit of supplemental Vitamin C supplements is to help ward off the common cold. But there are other more important benefits that are well-known and established.

Long-term studies and experience show Vitamin C supplements can have significant health advantages in an array of other areas.

The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa offers select Vitamin C supplements in The Supplement Store (http://bit.ly/TGISupplementStore), counsels patients on their use, and for years has offered IV Vitamin C Therapy.

“We have provided this therapy to countless patients,” said Dale Guyer, M.D., founder and medical director of the Institute. “The number of ways this nutrient can protect and advance your health is rather amazing. I have seen it work time and again.”

IV Vitamin C Therapy, which can be done over a lunch break, for example, keeps disease-fighting tools primed and operating at high efficiency.

The calibrated mineral infusion we create for our patients is like a secret weapon. The relatively painless and no downtime IV treatment provides supplemental Vitamin C, which bypasses the digestive tract. The effects can take hold faster by achieving elevated levels in the blood.

The list of benefits from this potent antioxidant will surprise you, and help persuade you that supplemental Vitamin C at The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa is smart, effective, and valuable.

They include these 10:

 •     Cardiovascular health advances

•     Enhancing some cancer drugs or reducing growth

•     Decreasing stroke risk

•     Promoting eye health

•     Skin and nail improvements

•     General immunity factors

•     Anti-aging effects

•     Helps regulates sugar levels in diabetics

•     Lower physical impact of stress

•     Aid in digestion and stomach pain

To achieve some of these benefits, Vitamin C oral supplements are often recommended at 500-1000 milligrams a day, and even higher for some patients. There are no scientifically reported side effects of taking supplemental Vitamin C.

Our expert team at The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa carries the products we believe work best and most efficiently. We work with patients to find the right dosage for each individual patient.  

Dr. Guyer points out, though, that “Reaching ideal therapeutic levels through oral supplementation may take a long time.  In that context, IV Vitamin C Therapy can provide a much more helpful and accelerated cellular rejuvenation and response.”

Patients, of course, are encouraged to raise their Vitamin C intake in their diets, as well. The dilemma: most people don’t manage to achieve the amounts necessary to maximize potential health benefits.

Still, the following foods are always strongly advised to be part of your diet: broccoli, cabbage, peas, red peppers, brussel sprouts, kale, cauliflower, cantaloupe, and strawberries.

If you have certain medical conditions – and we will discuss them with you – strong supplemental Vitamin C may not be recommended.

There is just no disputing the concept that supplemental Vitamin C can be a godsend to your health, in oral form or IV Therapy.

At The Guyer Institute and Synergy Spa, we can get you started on the path to your best health ever, and Vitamin C supplements can be a crucial building block in that journey.

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