Intravenous Therapy for Cancer Support
Nutrition is key in recovery, especially with cancer, because chemotherapy and radiation treatments suck the nutrients right out of you. This is why patients undergoing chemo look so ill – their bodies are literally starved of nutrition while simultaneously loaded with toxins and metabolic waste.
But every person has unique metabolic needs, meaning that telling a patient to open wide and then throwing some vitamins down their throat won’t do the trick. Some people need more Vitamin C in their diet and others need less. Some people need more magnesium and others have iron deficiencies.
Even though oncology as a whole has ignored intravenous nutrition, fearing that nutrients will adversely impact chemotherapy or radiation, they really detour patients from these kinds of treatment. This is in spite of 280 peer-reviewed studies, including 50 human studies involving 8,521 patients that have emerged since the 1970’s. 5081 subjects that were give nutrients have shown that these nutrients do not interfere with their therapeutic modalities for cancer.
The fact is, you need a complete, personalized nutritional profile if you really want an edge in fighting cancer. Let’s explore what that means and how it can mean the difference in your survival and quality of life.
IV High Dose C
The National Institutes of Health has published evidence confirming Vitamin C’s anti-cancer properties.
IV Vitamin C Therapy Benefits
- Lessens pain after injuries
- Helps the body heal faster
- Improves energy levels/fatigue
- Resiliency to infections like colds/flu or other viral/bacterial infections
In cancer patients, IVC is known to improve the response to cancer therapies because it alleviates the effects of traditional therapies, improves appetite and helps patients remain more active.