Fed Up With Swallowing Vitamins? Here Are 3 Alternatives!
It is highly likely that if you are currently taking daily vitamins and minerals to support your body, that you are swallowing them.
Whether you are swallowing a pill, chewing on a gummy, or swirling it around in a cup of water and gulping it down - all these methods get your vitamin into your body via your stomach. The reason almost everyone does it this way is that what we’ve come to know our whole lives.
Why Does Everyone Swallow Their Vitamins?
When taking daily supplements started to gain popularity, Big Pharma companies jumped on the opportunity to add a few vitamins to their pre-existing pill ingredient list. When these companies pushed the pills to the public, they advertised all the health benefits of the vitamin mix but swiftly ignored the potentially harmful chemicals consumed with it!
After many people complained about the pills being very hard to swallow, the entrepreneurs of that time re-invented the wheel by adding gummy vitamins and dissolvable vitamins to the market offering. Even though these alternative remedies significantly improved the unpleasant experience of taking vitamins, it didn’t solve all the complaints.
People all over the internet are still constantly complaining about the pills being bitter and that they upset their stomach after taking them. In some instances, we even find that some people cannot absorb the vitamins they swallow because their body rejects it!
Luckily, researchers and scientists have gone back to the drawing board and figured out to all this negative feedback and have found three alternative ways to get your daily vitamins:
3 Alternative Ways to Take Vitamins Without Swallowing
- Intravenous (IV) Drip
To administer an IV drip, a doctor or medical professional will insert a small plastic tube (catheter) into a vein using a needle. While a big benefit of the IV drip is that it can deliver this fluid throughout the body with 100% absorption into the bloodstream, there are some downsides. The IV drip usually takes 45-60 minutes to infuse. On top of this, it needs to be done by an experienced professional which will add even more time and medical costs to get the vitamins into the body.
- Intramuscular Injection (Shot)
An intramuscular injection is a technique used to deliver a medication or supplement deep into the muscles, allowing the medication to be absorbed into the bloodstream quickly. This technique is commonly used to take steroids and was able to be repurposed for vitamins. The reason most people don’t administer their daily supplements this way is that it is known to be a painful experience and has many side effects. Additionally, the injectable supplement is quite expensive and, without insurance, is not affordable for the general public.
- Buccal Mucosa
The buccal mucosa is accessible under your tongue. You can place any substance here to dissolve and absorb into your blood through the tissue that is there. Unlike the IV drop, this process usually takes 30-60 seconds and can be done by anyone, anywhere! Frunutta vitamins are a perfect example of an instant-dissolving vitamin that can be placed on the buccal mucosa.
What is the Best Way to Take Vitamins?
Learn More About Frunutta Vitamins
Frunutta is the purest vitamin tablet on the market. Our new procedure has made it possible to control which ingredients we put into our tablets. Therefore, Frunutta provides you with the vitamin you need without anything extra. To ensure all products are of high-quality and in strict accordance with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) legislation and guidelines, Frunutta performs thorough testing on all our vitamins. Both the raw materials and the finished products are brought to external, approved laboratories to confirm every Frunutta bottle has the correct ingredients in the correct proportions and has been properly processed according to the defined procedures and packaged correctly.