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Madonna Injects Vitamins: Taking it Too Far?

It has been reported that Madonna regularly injects herself with cocktails of vitamins to give herself an energy boost. Whether or not Madge really does this is still up in the air, but injecting vitamins is a somewhat common health practice. So do you think injecting yourself with vitamins is taking the whole 'health' thing a bit too far?






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melody20 melody20 9 years
Come on, she exercises, has every condition to eat well... no reason for that
ibabble ibabble 9 years
Nope - I don't feel she's taking it too far, If anything Madonna strikes me as very health conscious and savvy -- she doesn't maintain that bod by abusing it.
ibabble ibabble 9 years
Nope - I don't feel she's taking it too far, If anything Madonna strikes me as very health conscious and savvy -- she doesn't maintain that bod by abusing it.
zc zc 9 years
way too far, shes such an extremist
0danielle0 0danielle0 9 years
Lots of people do this. It's expensive, but incredibly effective and beneficial.
RebeccaAdele RebeccaAdele 9 years
I had IVs nicknamed "Cocktail vitamins" injected in me when I was recovering from something. It made all the difference.
pixelhaze pixelhaze 9 years
When you take pills the nutrients dont always make it into your system, right? It seems like there's a lot of rules, like you have to take them at a certain hour after there is already some food in your system and a good percentage of that food has to have fat . . . . . If this made the "process" more efficient, then I don't see why not. I mean there still is something weird about it at first glance, but since I'm terrified of needles it might just be me :P.
pixelhaze pixelhaze 9 years
When you take pills the nutrients dont always make it into your system, right? It seems like there's a lot of rules, like you have to take them at a certain hour after there is already some food in your system and a good percentage of that food has to have fat . . . . . If this made the "process" more efficient, then I don't see why not. I mean there still is something weird about it at first glance, but since I'm terrified of needles it might just be me :P.
buffyanne buffyanne 9 years
I guess if you don't mind needles and feel it helps...and there would be less loss that happens during the digestive process. She looks great. Whatever she is doing is certainly working.
ElectroPopTart ElectroPopTart 9 years
I don't think she needs it since she eats so healthy. I highly believe that this could be made up.
tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 9 years
She already exercises four hours a day! What more do you need?
Lorrie30 Lorrie30 9 years
She takes every thing she does too far.
smp7328 smp7328 9 years
I think it is a little much. And i think madonna looks terrible.
beleza beleza 9 years
I've never heard of that before, but I think it's perfectly fine!
maryamrose maryamrose 9 years
Or who abuse prescription medications, period ;)
maryamrose maryamrose 9 years
I believe injecting a vitamin puts it directly into the bloodstream, so you wouldn't have to wait for the pill to digest, and also you wouldn't lose any nutrients in the digestion process. I don't have an issue with this at all as long as it was prescribed to her and she's doing it correctly. I know that injectable vitamins are a lot more common in other countries than they are here. My main concern is people who abuse prescriptions medications that they don't have a prescription for.
maryamrose maryamrose 9 years
I believe injecting a vitamin puts it directly into the bloodstream, so you wouldn't have to wait for the pill to digest, and also you wouldn't lose any nutrients in the digestion process. I don't have an issue with this at all as long as it was prescribed to her and she's doing it correctly. I know that injectable vitamins are a lot more common in other countries than they are here. My main concern is people who abuse prescriptions medications that they don't have a prescription for.
JustMe21 JustMe21 9 years
Yes....why not just pop a pill?
Chickonspeed Chickonspeed 9 years
She almost looks like a transexual to me !
sparklestar sparklestar 9 years
If you need to have vitamin injections just to keep up and about.. maybe it's the time to slow down?I am dubious as to how the body copes with vitamins in these forms and whether or not there are any long term effects of this.Pictures I have seen of women who inject vitamins are.. terrifying.
sparklestar sparklestar 9 years
If you need to have vitamin injections just to keep up and about.. maybe it's the time to slow down? I am dubious as to how the body copes with vitamins in these forms and whether or not there are any long term effects of this. Pictures I have seen of women who inject vitamins are.. terrifying.
Sasha520 Sasha520 9 years
And yes, the vitamins are a little much :)
Sasha520 Sasha520 9 years
Happy Birthday Madonna!
Sasha520 Sasha520 9 years
Happy Birthday Madonna!
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 9 years
I don't see the problem with injecting the vitamins. I have never done it although I would try it.
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