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What does injection treatment for eds involve?
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Dr. Richard Roberts
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In brief: Mitochondrialsupport
Many enzymatic cofactors necessary for mitochondrial energy production, as well as antioxidants to clear up the free radicals which are produced by the working mitochondria which would otherwise injure them. Cofactors commonly injected include L-carntine (Carnitor)_ and vitamin B12, and a mix inositol, choline, and folate (folic acid).

In brief: Mitochondrialsupport
Many enzymatic cofactors necessary for mitochondrial energy production, as well as antioxidants to clear up the free radicals which are produced by the working mitochondria which would otherwise injure them. Cofactors commonly injected include L-carntine (Carnitor)_ and vitamin B12, and a mix inositol, choline, and folate (folic acid).
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