Obecano Woman is a supplement recommended to our female patients for providing what all women need and cannot get readily from food or the usual multivitamins on the market. This maybe the right moment to mention that we do not recommend the multivitamins that sell from grocery store shelves. The reason is that they are mass produced products of inferior quality that often cost little and deliver even less. If a multivitamin is worth the effort of taking, it should make a real difference and not just quench our guilt about self care. The multi we recommend is made by Pharmanex.com and is a family of high quality vitamins called Life Pack. To learn more please visit.....(my prospecting site)
Back to Obecano Woman then, first it is not a multivitamin even though it is packaged like one for convenience. Obecano Woman supports our female infrastructure of immunity, stamina and hormonal function. That means better sex drive and sense of self. As always, we address adrenals and stamina first (the larger second group of ingrediants), and most common deficiencies not adequately covered elsewhere such as Vitamin D3,, folate, panthoteic acid and iodine. Vitamin D3 is really a hormone by definition as it is produced in one organ (our skin) and exerts its action elsewhere and in case of humans that is everywhere. All cells in our body have vitamin D receptors, and in women it is protective of breast cancer. (Krishnan and Feldman)
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