The Dark Side of Breast Cancer Awareness

It appears that breast cancer has been with us for millennia. Writings from 3500 years ago in Egypt describe bulging tumors with no cure. Hippocrates addressed breast cancer as a humoral disease. He considered it to be an imbalance of humors with an excess of black bile. Galen in 200 CE also talked of excess of black bile and recommended treatments that included opium, castor oil, licorice, sulfur and salves. Physicians began to seriously look...

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Depression and Neurotransmitters

Far too often we talk with people dealing with depression, anxiety and/or insomnia. The problem may have many components including some current situational issues or past trauma. It is always good to work with different healthcare professionals, each having its particular strengths when helping people work through these issues. We like to look at things from a biochemical point of view. By this I mean that even if you have current or past life...

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A Tour of the BetterGenix Line

A Tour of the BetterGenix Line

We’re still glowing with excitement over the launch of our very own brand – thank you all for your messages of support! In the meantime, we’d like to give you a tour of the debut products from our own label, all of which utilize years of experience in crafting powerful formulas that we absolutely stand behind. Here’s what we’re just getting started with: AdrenalGenix: Formulated with Vitamin C, B vitamins, Folic Acid, Biotin,...

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Introducing BetterGenix

Introducing BetterGenix

At OVitaminPro, we’ve long considered the question that we get so often from our customers: “why don’t you have your own line of supplements?” Seven years after opening our online store, we’ve finally taken the plunge. For years, we’ve listened to your feedback as well as observed what other industry giants have done in regards to research and development. We’ve watched eagerly as new advancements have...

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Fibromyalgia: Past, Present, and Future

The term “fibromyalgia” first appeared in 1976. Research  shows that symptoms suspiciously similar to current descriptions have been with us for a long time. “Depression haunts my days. My weary nights are filled with pain as though something were relentlessly gnawing at my bones.” (Book of Job).  Florence Nightingale became ill while working on the front lines and never really recovered. She was virtually bedridden much of the rest...

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