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Vitamins and Stroke Risk - I.V. Vitamin C, Vitamin D3 - I.V. Ozone

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 18, 2017 5:00:00 AM / by Winter Ninivaggi

Healthy levels of vitamin D is essential to health.

Maintaining ideal levels may reduce the risk of stroke among US adults. Specifically women over 50. A recent study found that vitamin D levels were significantly associated with increased risk of stroke and higher vitamin D levels were significantly associated with reduced risk of stroke. The association was found to be "particularly evident" in young females aged 20-50 years.

Vitamin D is known to be vital for maintaining healthy bones and other health benefits and now there is evidence that is it linked to brain growth and development. Vitamin D comes from sun exposure, certain foods and supplements.

In addition to vitamin D it is also important to maintain healthy levels of vitamin C.

Researchers have found a link between Vitamin C depletion and spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhages. 

We offer an array of vitamin and nutrient drips to protect your health.

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An estimated one million Americans have an acute cardiac event or stroke each year.  Vitamin C plays a vital role in blood pressure regulation and the formation of collagen.  Collagen makes up our blood vessels and gives them a flexible element.

Vitamin C protects against infections from viruses and bacteria.  We recommend that patients take Vitamin C daily and find a comfortable daily dose somewhere between 500mg up to 3000 mg for some. The dose depends on an individual's constitution, their medical condition and bowel tolerance. Foods high in vitamin C are raw peppers, fresh oranges, orange juice, black currents, citrus fruits and parsley. High vitamin C rich foods are not enough to provide therapeutic clinical changes so we need to take Vitamin C supplements and or I.V. Vitamin C drips. 

Vitamin D levels are easy to check and covered by most insurances.  Correcting inefficiencies and deficiencies is the best cost effective measure to prevent depression. I recommend that patients take 5000 iu. of Vitamin D3 from Xymogen between October and April. Xymogen's formula is soy-free. 

We recommend Xymogen's Bio C 1:1 for  good absorbability.  Most over the counter brands contain corn starch and fillers.  Vitamin C needs to be replenished daily as it is water soluble.  It comes in liquid, capsule and I.V. forms.  We offer Vitamin C drips.  Step One - get your Vitamin C level tested. Call us to schedule your very affordable and short consultation today.
 
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 Maintaining Vitamin D Levels May Reduce Stroke Risk. (n.d.). Retrieved August, 2017, from http://www.mdedge.com/neurologyreviews/clinical-edge/summary/stroke/maintaining-vitamin-d-levels-may-reduce-stroke-risk?oc_slh=1bfa450258f478dbfd9e69222122108ad78eaa1a91f644b08804e1ea877a5b75&utm_source=ClinEdge_NR_cedge_080817&utm_medium=email&utm_content=CV Health %26 Brain Volume %7CMotor Subtype Changes %26 PD %7CVitamin D %26 Stroke Risk %7C %26 More ClinicalEdge
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Winter Ninivaggi

Written by Winter Ninivaggi

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Isadora Guggenheim, ND, RN, MS, CNS LMT, owner of Second Nature Naturopathic Care, LLC
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