Normally your body gets vitamin D3 when your skin is exposed to the sun. But we all know what risks come from excessive exposure to direct sunlight.
This vitamin D3 injection gives you the right amount of vitamin D3 to strengthen your body, while preventing osteoporosis, reducing the risk of coronary disease, and even boosting weight loss.
With Ann Yoney, APRN in Monroe, CT, injection of these D3 injections can help you get and stay healthier. Contact Us today!
Is D3 Injections Right For You?
Around 3/4s of the population suffers from vitamin D deficiency. D3 has a positive impact on heart health, happiness levels, bone health, blood sugar levels, the immune system, cancer prevention, memory, cholesterol, and general longevity. Our D3 injections meet and exceed their recommended intake.
Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is produced by the body in response to skin being exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D is also found in small amounts in a few foods, including fatty fish such as herring, mackerel, sardines and tuna. It helps the body regulate the absorption of minerals such as phosphorous, magnesium and calcium. It also helps boost the immune system, and helps prevent autoimmune diseases, as well as cancer. Increasingly, research is revealing the importance of vitamin D in protecting against a host of health problems.
*Individual results may vary. Results are not guaranteed.
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Frequently Asked Questions
D3 Injections are known for providing the vital D vitamin without exposure to excessive sunlight. Vitamin D3 is also great for weight loss, strengthening bones and prevention of certain diseases.
Reduces autoimmune symptoms by decreasing inflammation.
Protects the lining of blood vessels to reduce the risk of cardiovascular incidences (stroke, heart attack, high blood pressure, high cholesterol)
Low levels of vitamin D are commonly found in 80% of diabetic patients, correcting vitamin D levels improves overall diabetic signs and symptoms
The recommended frequency is an injection weekly for about 8 weeks and then to recheck Vitamin D levels. Ideally, a baseline is needed first.