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IV Nutrition therapy

The fastest and most effective way to nourish your body back to health

We specialize in intravenous (IV) nutrition. IV nutrition is a method of feeding vitamins, minerals, and other natural substances directly into a patient’s bloodstream. Bypassing the digestive system is the main advantage of IV nutrition. When substances are given orally they must be processed through the stomach and the intestines.

The RevIVe Room Drips deliver vitamins, minerals and amino acids directly to the body for maximum absorption. This allows the nutrients to be readily available at the cellular level. By using the intravenous (IV) method, we can safely deliver larger doses that would not otherwise be tolerated orally.

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SpectraCell Laboratories provides detailed analysis about YOU.

How well are you absorbing your oral vitamins? Have you ever thought about what vitamins, minerals, amino/fatty acids and antioxidants your body is missing?

The RevIVe Room offers SpectraCell Micronutrient Testing. This test is an intracellular white blood cell test that determines what you are deficient in. This is a better indicator of long-term deficiencies over a regular serum blood test.

Specialty Drips

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IMMUNITY BOOSTER

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Few people realize the importance of having ample supplies of water-soluble vitamin C in their body.

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The Defense Agent

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Our NAD+ Drip is often referred to as “Brain Restoration Therapy”, “The Limitless Drip” and “Brain Rebooting".

WHAT IS THIS "N.A.D." Thing?

PAIN REDUCER

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Reducing inflammation in your body will help you look and feel younger & lower your risk for chronic disease.

INFLAMMATION SUCKS
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the building blocks of nutrition

Want to find out what vitamins do for you? You've come to the right place
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B2 - riboflavin

Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.  It has also been shown to help with prevention of migraine headaches.

B3

B3 - Niacinamide

Niacinamide is needed to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Niacinamide is converted into the coenzymes nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and NADP, which function in oxidation-reduction reactions essential for release of energy from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.

B5

B5 - Dexpanthenol

Pantothenic acid plays vital roles in energy production from foodstuffs. Pantothenate is a component of coenzyme A, which is indispensable for two-carbon unit metabolism (acetyl groups). Acetyl groups are involved in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and other compounds, as well as synthesis of fats, cholesterol, steroid hormones, porphyrin and phospholipids.

B6

B6 - Pyridoxine

Vitamin B6 is needed to metabolize proteins and is important for a healthy immune system, nerves, bones and arteries. water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B complex. Plays an important role in methylation, anxiety, mood, stress handling and hormone balance

B7

B7 - Biotin

Biotin, or vitamin B7, is a water-soluble vitamin that’s a part of the vitamin B complex. Biotin is required for proper metabolism of fats and carbohydrates. It is intergral part of skin, hair and nails. It is also made in the gut by the normal flora.

B12

B12 - Methylcobalamin

Vitamin B12 is needed to form blood and immune cells, and support a healthy nervous system. A series of closely-related compounds known collectively as cobalamins or vitamin B12 are converted into active forms methylcobalamin or 5’-deoxyadenosylcobalamin. Methylcobalamin interacts with folate metabolism, preventing folate derivatives from being trapped in unusable states. Adenosylcobalamin is involved in the metabolism of odd-chain fatty acids and branchedchain amino acids.

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B12 - Methylcobalamin

Vitamin B12 is needed to form blood and immune cells, and support a healthy nervous system. A series of closely-related compounds known collectively as cobalamins or vitamin B12 are converted into active forms methylcobalamin or 5’-deoxyadenosylcobalamin. Methylcobalamin interacts with folate metabolism, preventing folate derivatives from being trapped in unusable states. Adenosylcobalamin is involved in the metabolism of odd-chain fatty acids and branchedchain amino acids.

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Ca - Calcium

Calcium is the most abundant mineral in the body, with 99% residing in bones and teeth. As a component of hard tissues, Calcium fulfills a structural role to maintain body size and act as attachments for musculoskeletal tissues. The remaining 1% of calcium is present in blood and soft tissues. Functions of non-skeletal Calcium include: enzyme activation, blood clotting, cell and cell organelle membrane function (stabilization and transport), nerve impulse transmission, and muscular contraction, tone, and irritability. Calcium levels in the blood are maintained within very strict limits by dietary intake, hormonal regulation, and a rapidly exchangeable pool in bone tissue.

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CAR - l-Carnitine

L-carnitine is an amino acid derivitive of the essential amino acids L-lysine and methonine. It is found in nearly all cells of the body but chiefly in the liver and kidney. Carnitine is essential for the transportation of long-chain fatty acids across the inner mitochondrial membranes in the mitochondria, where they are metabolized by beta-oxidation to produce biological energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP); AKA - FAT LOSS

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Cr - Chromium

Chromium is an essential trace mineral that plays an important role in optimizing insulin function and the regulation of blood glucose levels. Chromium may also be anti-atherogenic and assist in lowering cholesterol. Following food intake, blood glucose levels rise causing insulin to be secreted by the pancreas. Insulin lowers blood glucose levels by increasing the rate at which glucose enters a person’s cells. Chromium is believed to facilitate the attachment of insulin to the cell’s insulin receptors. Studies also indicate that chromium participates in cholesterol metabolism, suggesting a role for this mineral in maintaining normal blood cholesterol levels and preventing atherosclerosis. Chromium also plays a role in nucleic acid synthesis.

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CoQ10 - Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q-10 belongs to a family of substances called ubiquinones. These compounds are lipophilic, water-insoluble substances involved in electron transport and energy production within the mitochondria. In this capacity, coenzyme Q-10 facilitates the conversion of the energy released through glycolysis into ATP (adenosine triphospate). Coenzyme Q-10 is also a powerful antioxidant, facilitating the removal of destructive free radicals from the mitochondrial environment. Coenzyme Q-10 is believed to provide a sparing effect on vitamin E. Virtually every cell of the human body requires coenzyme Q-10, with heart muscle and the liver having the greatest concentration since their mitochondrial contest is the greatest in the body.

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GSH - Glutathione

Glutathione (GSH) is a peptide consisting of three key amino acids that plays several vital roles in the body. It is well known as the master anti-oxidant and detoxifier.  Longevity researchers believe that it is so pivotal to our health that the level of GSH in our cells is becoming a predictor of how long we will live!

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ALA - Lipoic Acid

Lipoic Acid is a sulfur-containing vitamin-like substance that is an important cofactor in energyproducing reactions in the production of cellular energy (ATP). Lipoic acid has been referred to as a “universal antioxidant” because it is soluble in both fat and water. It is capable of regenerating several other antioxidants back to their active reduced states, including vitamin C, vitamin E, glutathione and coenzyme Q10. Alpha lipoic acid has several potential actions for the type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetic. It reduces glycosylation reactions (attachment of sugar moieties to protein) and facilitates healing of diabetic nerve damage (neuropathy).

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Mg - Magnesium

Magnesium is predominantly found intracellularly, where it is vital for proper cell functions. Magnesium is the second most prevalent intracellular cation (after potassium). Magnesium functions are numerous and essential, including enzyme activation (over 300 types), neuromuscular activity, membrane transport and interactions, energy metabolism (carbohydrates, fats, proteins), and roles in calcium and phosphorus metabolism. It is effective in sleep, mood, blood pressure and muscle relaxation

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C - Ascorbic Acid

Vitamin C is required for several metabolic functions in the body. One of its major roles is in the synthesis of collagen and elastin, the main structural proteins of skin, cartilage and blood vessels. It is also necessary in the production of several stress response hormones including adrenalin, noradrenalin, cortisol and histamine, and it is required in the synthesis of carnitine, an amino acid that facilitates the conversion of fatty acids into energy within the mitochondria. Vitamin C protects against heart disease in several ways: it helps dissolve arterial plaque, reduces free radical oxidation of cholesterol, decreases levels of the atherogenic lipoprotein Lp(a), and maintains the elasticity of vascular walls which helps control hypertension. In addition, vitamin C boosts immunity by increasing production of white blood cells, increasing levels of antibodies and interferon and modulating prostaglandin synthesis. It enhances iron absorption, promotes efficient wound healing, and detoxifies the body by binding to certain heavy metals so they can be eliminated from the body. The anticancer effects of vitamin C stem from its role as a potent water-soluble antioxidant in the plasma and cytoplasm. It also protects nucleic acids (DNA) from oxidative damage and inhibits the formation of nitrosamines (carcinogenic compounds formed in the digestive tract). Additionally, it can regenerate vitamin E and works synergistically with other antioxidants such as beta-carotene and glutathione to increase their overall antioxidant effect.

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Zn - Zinc

The primary role of zinc is to activate almost 200 enzymes with vital roles in cell regulation, immune function, acid/base balance, DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis, lipid metabolism, eicosanoid production, and digestion. Zinc also is a component of insulin (energy metabolism), thymic hormones (immune function) and gustin (taste acuity).

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TAU - Taurine

Taurine is a beta-amino acid that acts as an antioxidant, and vasodilator. Taurine has been involved in creatine transport into tissues. Taurine is a sulfur-containing amino acid and is found in high concentrations in the heart, skeletal muscle, central nervous system, and platelets, and is important for normal heart function. The human body possesses a limited ability to synthesise and for this reason it has been described as a semi-essential amino acid.

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SBC - Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium bicarbonate is a systemic alkalinizing agent. It most often is administered IV in the treatment of metabolic and respiratory acidosis. Sodium bicarbonate intake has been shown to improve exercise tolerance and a recent study showed high-intensity intermittent exercise performance is improved by prior intake of sodium bicarbonate in trained young men.

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Lys - L-Lysine

L-Lysine is one of nine essential amino acids that cannot be made in the body and is the basic raw material for carnitine synthesis. L-Lysine is the precursor of hydroxylysine, one of the key constituents of COLLAGEN, an essential component of arterial linings. Lysine is well known for its antiviral properties. It helps prevent outbreaks of herpes and cold sores.

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Larg - L-Arginine

L-Arginine is for humans a conditional essential amino acid, since we can synthesize, but it may not be enough for our requirements. Arginine is the precursor to Nitric Oxide which is a major vasodilator used in recreationally and in medicine. Vasodilation is important in sports as it allows more blood flow to contracting muscles leading to higher output.  Arginine is found in a variety of foods including meats, dairy products and seafood. It appears also in vegetarian food as wheat germ, nuts, seeds, soybeans and others.

BCAA

BCAA - Branch Chain Amino Acid

BCAAs are the essential amino acids leucine, isoleucine and valine, which comprise around 35% of your body’s muscle protein. They’re “essential” because your body doesn’t make them on its own—you have to get them from food and workout supplements. They help with increasing protein synthesis, reduce protein breakdown and have better workout which ultimately leads to more muscle and less soreness.

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Bco - B-Complex

B-complex is a combination of B1 (Thiamine), B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacinamide), B5 (Dexapanthenol) and B6 (Pyriddoxine).

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Zn - Zinc

The primary role of zinc is to activate almost 200 enzymes with vital roles in cell regulation, immune function, acid/base balance, DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis, lipid metabolism, eicosanoid production, and digestion. Zinc also is a component of insulin (energy metabolism), thymic hormones (immune function) and transport protiens for other vitamins.

B5

B5 - Dexpanthenol

Pantothenic acid plays vital roles in energy production from foodstuffs. Pantothenate is a component of coenzyme A, which is indispensable for two-carbon unit metabolism (acetyl groups). Acetyl groups are involved in the release of energy from carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and other compounds, as well as synthesis of fats, cholesterol, steroid hormones, porphyrin and phospholipids. It has been shown to help lower triglycerides and raise HDL (good cholesterol).

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

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CoQ10 - Coenzyme Q10

Virtually every cell of the human body requires coenzyme Q-10, with heart muscle and the liver having the greatest concentration since their mitochondrial contest is the greatest in the body. Coenzyme Q-10 belongs to a family of substances called ubiquinones. These compounds are lipophilic, water-insoluble substances involved in electron transport and energy production within the mitochondria. Coenzyme Q-10 is also a powerful antioxidant, facilitating the removal of destructive free radicals from the mitochondrial environment.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

SBC

sbc - Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium bicarbonate is a systemic alkalinizing agent. It most often is administered IV in the treatment of metabolic and respiratory acidosis as well as muscle soreness. Sodium bicarbonate intake has been shown to improve exercise tolerance and a recent study showed high-intensity intermittent exercise performance is improved by prior intake of sodium bicarbonate in trained young men.

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B9 - Folate

Folate (Folic Acid) is needed to produce blood cells and other new tissue cells. Folate is a generic term for a group of pteridine compounds essential for one-carbon unit metabolism. Folates are involved in the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and tRNA necessary for cell growth. Folates are required for metabolism of methionine, histidine, tryptophan, glycine, serine, and formate. Interactions with Vitamin B6 and B12 also occur from common metabolic pathways. Folate function is necessary to prevent accumulation of homocystine. Deficient folate status of pregnant females is also directly linked to incidence of birth defects, especially neural tube defects such as spina bifida.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

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Cr - Chromium

Chromium is an essential trace mineral that plays an important role in optimizing insulin function and the regulation of blood glucose levels. Chromium may also be anti-atherogenic and assist in lowering cholesterol. Following food intake, blood glucose levels rise causing insulin to be secreted by the pancreas. Insulin lowers blood glucose levels by increasing the rate at which glucose enters a person’s cells. Chromium is believed to facilitate the attachment of insulin to the cell’s insulin receptors. Studies also indicate that chromium participates in cholesterol metabolism, suggesting a role for this mineral in maintaining normal blood cholesterol levels and preventing atherosclerosis. Chromium also plays a role in nucleic acid synthesis.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

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Riboflavin helps to metabolize foodstuffs into energy. Riboflavin is converted into its active forms, flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) and flavin mononucleotide (FMN). FAD and FMN are primarily involved as cofactors in oxidation-reduction reactions for flavoproteins, essential for cellular energy production and respiration. Riboflavin has a role in antioxidant status by activating glutathione reductase, which regenerates reduced glutathione.

B12

B12 - Methylcobalamin

Vitamin B12 deficiency is believed to be one of the most common nutrient deficiencies in the world, especially among people taking stomach acid-altering medications and antibiotics frequently, along with the elderly and sometimes vegetarians/vegans. Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that’s crucial for many vital metabolic and hormonal functions — including the production of digestive enzymes and carrying important nutrients into and out of cells. Due to how it helps convert and synthesize many other compounds within the body, it’s needed for well over 100 daily functions. Some of the roles that are attributed to vitamin B12 include: red blood cell production, DNA/RNA synthesis, methylation and producing the coating of the nerves.

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