Are vitamin infusions the new fountain of youth?
Recently, my partner in crime, Arthur Cohen and I traveled to Israel. Exhausting and enlightening as our trip was, I could not help but notice Israel’s superiority in the realm of all technology, specifically medical technology. At our Tel Aviv hotel, I met a spry young chap from Vienna who spends 4 months a year in Tel Aviv. Dieter is a trim eighty-year old who regularly gets vitamin infusions. Delivered IV, he proudly displayed his arm, which showed some bruises from the numerous IV’s. This is expected in a person of his age. However, Dieter had a twinkle in his eye and an aura of energy that I coveted.
Returning to Puerto Rico, I found that this therapy is available in our Isla Verde neighborhood. If it is available on our tiny speck of sand in the ocean, I bet it is available in your city.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Ricardo Guerrero, MD. A Physiatrist by training, he is was born in Venezuela, a formerly glorious nation now in the grips of a madman. This unfortunate turn of events is Puerto Rico’s gain.
Dr. Guerrero looked taller in his photo-but this man thinks very tall!
After a couple hours waiting, where I met all sorts of nice folks, I got to talk to Dr. Guerrero. He is passionate about helping people.
“When I do something, I do it all the way. I read about 1000 research papers before I started. The first question is why, then you must focus on how.”
Dr Guerrero excitedly showed me his iPad with the formulas he is working on. His office has many different choices. Many people have successfully lost weight. I met one young man who will be starting college soon. He told me that with a special diet, he lost fifty pounds with the doctor’s protocol.
Weight loss may be the most popular program, but you may pick from vitamins, anti-aging, anti inflammation, and a host of other things he has personally invented.
Onc choice caught my eye; anti -cellulite. This particular formula is one that entails many visits. That one ladies, is public enemy number one for many women.
His assistant knocked on the door and reminded him that he had a room full of patients. I chose a vitamin infusion with a memory booster. That may be my personal fountain of youth. I expect IV infusions to become more popular–I am very pleased that we have it in Puerto Rico.