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Boost Your Health with a Myers Cocktail

MorningStar Family Health Center is pleased to announce a new addition to their extensive list of services: the Myers cocktail. While it may sound like a drink served at happy hour, it’s actually an intravenous vitamin infusion containing Vitamin C, Vitamin B12 and B-complex, and is used to enhance the immune system, improve fatigue and reduce symptoms of many conditions.

       “The Myer’s cocktail works by increasing the concentration of several essential vitamins and nutrients in the blood,” states Dr. Jean Golden-Tevald. “When nutrients are injected into the vein, the digestive system is bypassed, making energy produced more efficiently in the cells.”

       While not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle, a Myers cocktail may give your body the boost it craves!

Location: MorningStar Family Health Center, 54 Old Highway 22, Clinton. For more information, call 908-735-9344 or visit MorningStarFHC.com.

 

 

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