Top 4 Injection Therapy Nutrients : The Renegade Health Show Episode #922

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After I sat down with Dr. J. E. Williams to discuss injection therapy, I asked him what his top 3-4 injection nutrients were.

He gladly was willing to share with me — and now with you.

Here’s where you can see some of the most commonly used injections in his practice.

Check it out (my comments follow in writing)…

Your question of the day: Do you like needles? Have you used any of these injectable nutrients? Do you use B12 Patches?

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My thoughts…

This video is a show-and-tell of sorts, so it’s hard for me to comment on it…

Dr. Williams talks about B12, D3, Traumeel, and a few others, so it’s worth the watch.

Two things I do want to talk about is a comment from Natalie, a reader, yesterday:

“Just had my first B12 injection yesterday. I couldn’t agree more on the usefulness of injections, especially with B12. People with inadequate hydrochloric acid, lack of intrinsic factor and other digestive diseases are unable to absorb B12 properly and can benefit from the injection. Increasing dietary intake or vitamin supplements won’t help in the case of malabsorption. Thanks for posting on this topic!”

Natalie is 100% right. If you can’t absorb it, you need to get it from somewhere. There are a few options for you… sublingual, patches and injections. Usually the injection is a good start to boost levels quickly, then you can maintain with the other options.

The relative cost of injections is low as well. They’re not cheap, but they’re not too expensive as well. I’ve read some of you even have had a prescription written from your doctor so you can inject them yourself. It’s my understanding in Australia that you can buy B12 over the counter to be injected as well.

I think injection therapy, while it’s been around for a long time, will come more to the forefront in the next 10 years. To date, injection therapy has been limited to certain nutrients, hormones, and drugs — but from my conversations with Dr. Williams, as long as a substance can stay in solution and it’s sterile, it can be injected as medicine. It’s exiting to think about this particularly for some people who like Natalie says cannot absorb the nutrients they’re putting into their body.

The theory of eating clean works until you put all that good food into a body that is functioning inefficiently. Then you end up with a body that can’t process the good food and is just as worse off as it was before — this is particularly evident in digestive issues.

So injecting these specific nutrients into the blood or muscle tissue could be very effective.

(Please note, do not inject anything without a doctor or specific instructions on how to do it from one.)

Another question…

“So you are saying the B12 patches didn’t work for you?”

Nope, not at all.

That’s reading a little too deep into the situation.

B12 patches do work. They work with about the same efficacy as the sublingual B12 supplements. Dr. Williams confirmed that with me when I was visiting.

The reason my B12 was a little low is not an issue of patches not working, it’s an issue of me not applying the patches regularly, LOL!

This was the same with my D3.

I don’t like the idea of taking supplements for anything, but I’ve come to the conclusion that I need to. I’ve seen my levels of these nutrients drop when I’ve decided not to take the supplements and see what happens. So as much as I’d like to be a naturalist to some degree, I recognize that my B12 and D3 run low and I need to supplement.

So for me it’s a compliance issue, not an issue of what works and what doesn’t.

As a further aside…

Please be careful not to read too far into what’s written or presented here on the blog or anywhere else. I do my best to be very careful with my words as do many well respected writers.

If B12 patches didn’t work, I’d tell you (and I wouldn’t sell them in our store!)

If something works, I will use the words “it works.” If it may work, I use the words “may work.” I’ve learned over time that this precision is very important when sharing a message and was one of the biggest reasons I went back to writing after doing 3 years of video.

There are 10’s of thousands of people who read this blog on a regular basis and it’s my responsibility to present the information I’ve discovered with accuracy and the written word is much more specific.

So rest assured, if I say it in a specific way, (in almost all cases) I’ve said it in the exact way I wanted to.

(Of course, sometimes I mess up, like any one else does!)

Your question of the day: Do you like needles? Have you used any of these injectable nutrients? Do you use B12 Patches?

Live Awesome!

Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.

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