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Multi- Vitamins Course (C, D & Biotin)

Multi- Vitamins Course (C, D & Biotin)

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Vitamin C, D & Biotin Course

VITAMIN D: The human body naturally synthesises vitamin D3 in the skin through exposure to direct sunlight and also obtained through the diet from fish liver oils and saltwater fish. In many developed countries, milk and other foods are fortified with vitamin D.

Vitamin D plays an important role in the health of muscles and bones. It helps with the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the intestines, which has a direct effect on the muscles and bones. An increase in vitamin D can help with aches and pains in the bones and muscles as well as help with chronic fatigue and osteoporosis.

It stimulates the production of insulin by producing cells in the pancreas. It also helps to reduce insulin resistance and can help to prevent type 2 diabetes. Beneficial for the health of the teeth and preventing many dental problems. Boosts the mood and helps to treat depression.



Enables the body to efficiently use carbohydrates, fats and protein. Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant, a nutrient that chemically binds and neutralises the tissue-damaging effects of free-radicals. It is essential for the growth and health of bones, teeth, gums, ligaments and blood vessels. Vitamin C is also vital in the key role of the formation of collagen and the proper functioning of all internal organs.

Just a few benefits of vitamin C:

  • Heals wounds, burns and bleeding gums
  • Increase the effectiveness of other medications
  • Accelerates healing after surgery
  • It helps to decrease blood cholesterol
  • Aids in preventing many types of viral and bacterial infections and boosts the immune system.
  • Protects against many forms of cancer
  • Acts as a natural laxative
  • Lowers the risk of blood clots in veins
  • Treats and prevents colds and flu
  • Prevents scurvy
  • Reduces the risk of stroke
  • Reduces the onset of ageing skin


BIOTIN: Also known as vitamin B7, B8 or vitamin H, is essential for life. The major biological function of biotin is to act as a covalently bound cofactor for the biological activities of five mammalian biotin-dependent carboxylases. These biotin-dependent carboxylases play a crucial role in essential biological processes, including fatty acid synthesis, gluconeogenesis, and amino acid metabolism. Biotin helps to trigger the reactions needed to convert food into energy. It also boosts the enzyme production that supports the metabolisation of fat and carbohydrates. Biotin injections support healthy cell growth and the creation of amino acids. Amino acids are essential for creating protein, so they have the ability to repair and maintain skin, hair and nail health.


What will I learn:


  • What is Vitamin D, C & Biotin
  • How often can they be administered?
  • Physiology of skin
  • Physiology of the circulatory system
  • Intramuscular injections and saftey
  • Vitamin benefits and mixes
  • Equipment needed for Vitamin injections
  • Infection control
  • Disposal of treatment waste
  • Consultation
  • Contra-indications
  • Pre-treatment advice
  • Treatment procedure
  • Aftercare and maintenance
  • Treatment protocol



  • Tutor Demonstration of full intramuscular injections procedure
  • Students will work on live models to carry out the full intramuscular injections treatment


Price: £300 (Usually £600)

Duration: Half a Day Course

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