Dr. Oz Shares A Vitamin Cocktail Recipe & Talks About The Use Of Vitamin B12 Sprays
During the latter segment on today’s show Dr. Oz talks about Vitamin B12 sprays what benefits you can expect to receive. He also talks about a vitamin cocktail smoothie recipe that is made from healthy ingredients like papaya, bananas, apples, spinach, and kale. Be sure to check out the accompanying segments about the safety of vitamin injection therapy and what you should do with expired medications.
The Benefits Of Vitamin B12 Spray
The opening segment on the show talks about Vitamin Injection Therapy and whether they are safe or not. Dr. Oz believes the best way in which we should receive our vitamins is through a healthy diet. However, many people still aren’t receiving all the nutrients that their body needs. Vitamin B12 is very important and many people are deficient in B12. Dr. Oz invited a woman to the stage to try a Vitamin B12 spray that you squirt under the tongue. He said that when you take B12 under the tongue in liquid form it is absorbed by the body quickly and easy (much like the intraveneous method that was discussed earlier in the show). He said that when you take B12 in pill form your body doesn’t absorb it as easily. Vitamin B12 sprays can be found online, in health food stores, or possibly at your local drugstore.
Vitamin Cocktail Recipe
The preferred way in which you should consume your vitamins is through your diet. Dr. Oz loves fruit and vegetable smoothie drinks and here is his Vitamin Cocktail recipe that he shared during today’s program.
- 1 cup of fresh or frozen papaya – Dr. Oz said that papaya good for your immune system and is rich in vitamin C
- 1/2 cup of kale – This nutrient dense vegetable is high in calcium and magnesium
- 1/2 cup of spinach – Spinach is another good natural source of calcium and magnesium.
- 1/2 Apple – High in fiber and various vitamins
- 1/2 Banana – High in potassium
- Ice cubes
Enjoy your delicious and nutritious Vitamin cocktail smoothie drink!
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