Toronto Functional Medicine Centre Explains Importance of IV Therapy Toronto with Threonine

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Toronto Functional Medicine Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada, has released a new blog post that explains the importance of IV therapy Toronto with threonine. Threonine is an amino acid that may be used as a primary ingredient for adjunct support, particularly for compounding an intravenous (IV) therapy vitamin drip. It is considered as an “essential” amino acid that is required by the body, even if the body is capable of producing it. Supplementation with threonine is needed because the body is unable to synthesize a steady supply of it.

This amino acid is more familiar in its active form, L-threonine, which is the protein residue inside the teeth and collagen. It is important in the metabolism of fat and preventing excessive quantities of fat from forming in the liver. It has been noted that threonine may be helpful with indigestion and intestinal problems. It may also be useful in providing relief for mild depression and anxiety.

IV Therapy Toronto with Threonine

There are many other potential benefits from threonine. This amino acid has to be present to allow the body to make glycine and serine, which are two amino acids that serve as anti-inflammatory components and contribute to brain function, muscle recovery, and cellular health. Threonine also plays an essential part in the healthy growth of muscles and bones. This is because threonine is a precursor to collagen, which is vital for maintaining the normal structure and strength of connective tissue, such as skin, bones, cartilage, and blood vessels.

Threonine may also help with immune function. Threonine and other amino acids are required in the construction of immune cells, such as T lymphocytes, which the body requires for fighting viral cells and infections. It may also help protect the digestive tract because it helps in the production of a mucus layer, which serves as a shield for the digestive tract. Threonine may also protect the gut from the digestive enzymes.

Lastly, threonine may offer support for wound healing. It is believed that increasing threonine levels in combination with other amino acids may promote wound healing, particularly when the body is recovering from burns. This is because the body releases these nutrients via urinary incontinence, particularly after physical trauma. Thus, supplementation with threonine after surgery or injury may offer some benefits. Supplementation with threonine is safe in general.

Threonine may also be obtained through certain foods, such as eggs, bananas, organic chicken, dairy, and lentils. Oral supplements in the form of powders and capsules may also work. For patients who don’t like swallowing pills or are suffering from malabsorption, IV therapy may be recommended. With IV therapy, intravenous fluids are mixed with key vitamins and nutrients and then these are directed into the bloodstream to achieve optimal hydration. When IV therapy fluids are mixed with functional medicine therapies and a healthy lifestyle, they may promote optimal health.

Toronto Functional Medicine Centre can offer guidance to patients in the proper taking of oral supplements containing threonine, amino acids and other nutrients, available in capsule or powder form. Threonine is also available through their downtown clinic when included in a medley of amino acids for IV therapy.

The Toronto Functional Medicine Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada uses integrative functional medicine strategies that combine IV therapy, acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, bio-identical hormone replacement, allopathic medicine, and more. This concept may be used for different kinds of health issues, such as: acute health issues, neuropathic pain, postmenopausal health issues, hormone imbalances, tissue repair, athletic recovery, cellular damage, DNA repair, thyroid issues, chronic fatigue, mineral deficiencies, immune function, adrenal function, skin rejuvenation, and more.

People who want to get more information about IV therapy in Toronto, including a previous blog post on IV therapy with BCAA, can visit the Toronto Functional Medicine Centre website or contact them on the phone at (416) 968-6961 or by email at They are open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursdays; and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on alternating Saturdays.

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