Four Supplements Doctors Recommend for a Faster Post-Op Recovery

“Sometimes, a pre-op diet will impact bruising. For example, a patient who loves tomatoes or takes fish oil will have more intense bruising. Patients who prepare with green vegetables like kale and spinach, which are heavy in vitamin K, will have less bruising. My favorite vitamin prep is VitaMedica Recovery Support Program ($114). This comprehensive vitamin set has morning and night vitamins that are safe for anesthesia and encourage healing. The pre-op set comes with bromelain, quercetin and arnica montana, which all reduce bruising. The antioxidants and vitamin B within the pill deactivate free radicals and improve energy for healing without interfering with anesthesia medicines while the night vitamins promote rest.”

Houston plastic surgeon Henry Mentz, MD 

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