Vitamins to Help Improve Your Hair for Summer

Many women and men look forward to summer for a variety of reasons. It’s an end to those cold and cloudy winter days and it’s also a chance for people to get out into the sun and experience the wonderful weather outdoors. One of the goals many women have for the summer is to have beautiful and impressive hair all summer long! The OVitaminPro team has been doing a little research and put together a list of vitamins you should take everyday to...

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Natural Methods to Care for Your Gums

Tooth health is very important to people, but many forget to care for their gums! If you don’t pay attention to your gums when you are brushing your teeth, you may still have to deal with problems like gum disease and gingivitis. The dedicated crew at OVitaminPro is on the case! We have put together a list of some great ways you can naturally care for your gums without having to invest in harmful, chemical-based mouthwashes and toothpastes....

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Summer Ready with Supplements

The stress of winter can play a great role in our overall appearance – our hair may be looking dull and feeling thin, our nails may be looking a bit brittle, and our skin may be looking less than glowing. There’s no doubt about it – as warm weather approaches, everybody wants to get back to feeling good and looking great! If you’re feeling a bit drained after a long winter season, consider reaching for the benefits of some essential...

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Healthy Restaurant Hacks

There’s no doubt about it: around this time of year, we’re all trying to get into shape for summer. That means frequenting the gym and eating healthy, light, and fresh meals. But what happens when your friends invite you out to dinner? Don’t deny yourself of an evening out! Fortunately, there are some very easy ways to maintain your diet, even when dining out at a lavish restaurant. First things first, don’t skip lunch. If you know that you’ll...

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Living With Gluten Sensitivity

Since May is Celiac Awareness Month, I’d like to focus on gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. In particular, let’s examine one of the primary, oft-quoted studies on the topic, which I think is misleading. I’m talking about the study by Fasano, in which he found that about 1:100 people checked with a particular blood test (a tissue transglutaminse antibody) had a positive reaction, and were therefore described as having...

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