WHAT IS CoVitale-7?
CoVitale-7 is a Revolutionary, Physician Formulated dietary supplement. This unique formula helps to promote a healthy lifestyle. It will help to maintain healthy skin and strong bones by helping the body absorb calcium from food and supplements. CoVitale-7 contains all natural ingredients and combines several vitamins into one food supplement. * Vitamin D: Healthier skin and stronger bones; Better the immune system to fight off invading bacteria and viruses; Has a positive effect on the muscles and nervous system * Nicotinamide (Niacinamide) -Nicotinamide is a form of Niacin, which does NOT cause the flushing and other annoying side effects of Niacin; Enhances energy production and nutrient synthesis. It will enhance cell health, help with the regulation of cell differentiation and DNA repair. * Curcumin (The active ingredient in the spice Turmeric) – Helps with anti-aging; Decrease morning joint stiffness, joint swelling and tenderness; Has anti-inflammatory effects; May ease the symptoms of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis like pain and inflammation. * Black pepper powder – As Curcumin is poorly absorbed, the black pepper powder (piperine) improves its absorption.
WHO MADE CoVitale-7?
Michelle Haessler, M.D
Board Certified Radiation Oncologist
Dr. Haessler is a Board-Certified Radiation Oncologist. She has spent over 25 years diagnosing and treating cancer patients.
At age 30 she decided to go to Medical School and become a physician. She was a single parent with a 3-year-old daughter. Her daughter provided motivation for her decision to become a physician. Dr. Haessler wanted to provide a good life for her daughter and prove to her that women can accomplish anything in life if they wanted it badly enough.
She graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine in 1989 and completed her internship in Internal Medicine the following year. While going through her oncology rotation, she was inspired by her cancer patients. Their bravery and optimism against all the odds, their love of life and all of the people around them, motivated Dr. Haessler to devote her life to helping these patients in any way she could.
She completed her Radiation Oncology residency at Henry Ford Hospital in 1994. She is most appreciative of the wonderful education and experience she received there. Henry Ford Hospital is a world renown cancer center treating an endless variety of cancers from the rarest to the most common forms. Dr. Haessler remembers the excellent, dedicated physicians she had the honor of working with.
Dr. Haessler has worked as a Radiation Oncologist in Nebraska and Iowa for approximately the last 17 years. While she was an Assistant Professor at Creighton University and elsewhere, she gave numerous lectures on a variety of cancer topics including breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer, radiation oncology emergencies, radiobiology, advances in cancer treatments, palliative care, etc. She loved teaching medical students, nurses, residents, her patients and anyone that wanted to listen.
Throughout all her experiences, Dr. Haessler has had a profound love for her patients and respect for all the hard work and dedication her fellow oncologists have had. After seeing so much heartbreak with the passing of terminally ill patients, Dr. Haessler usually could be heard after a long day uttering “I HATE CANCER.” She attended a lecture on the effects of vitamin D3 and its decrease in the risk of certain cancers, and this then became Dr. Hassler’s next challenge in life to try to decrease the incidence of cancer.
New studies were published which showed that certain cancer risks might be decreased with simple daily supplements. After years of studying this and pondering how best to convey this information, Dr. Haessler decided to develop a nutritional supplement which taken twice daily may decrease the incidence of certain cancers, decrease the expense of cancer treatment, decrease the discomfort of treatment but most importantly decrease the heartbreak of cancer itself, thus, the creation of Covitale-7.
Kacie Van Colen
Kacie Van Colen grew up in a small town in Central Illinois. Her dream of working in the medical field started while she was in high school. After graduation, she pursued a degree at Bradley University. While there, Kacie worked as a nursing assistant and unit secretary on the Ortho/Neuro floor at a private hospital. She often saw the effects of cancer in the elderly. She saw how it touched every person involved, not only in the family, but each person helping to deliver treatment.
Kacie then became a Certified Pharmacy Technician while living in Northwest Ohio. After five years working in a specialty pharmacy for Genoa Healthcare in Toledo Ohio, Kacie moved to Florida when she married her husband Stijn, where she continued working for Genoa Healthcare as the Regional Account Manager for the region of Florida.
Like almost every one of us, Kacie has seen the effects cancer can cause. In her family, amongst friends, and most important, she recently lost her beloved grandmother to this horrible disease. The time between her grandmother’s diagnosis and her passing was only a couple of months. The pace of how the cancer developed and grew was so fast; it truly was heartbreaking.
After giving birth to her daughter Lily, Kacie decided to pursue her realtor license. She has come into contact with all kinds of people through this profession. After losing her grandmother and after finding a like-minded friend in Dr. Haessler, Kacie decided to start The Ola Kino Company, where she can be part of making a difference in the reducing the risk of certain cancers.
Kacie’s hands-on approach, feeling with marketing, her positive attitude, and her talent for getting to know people adds incredible value to the company. Her ambition is to help create a cancer-free world and to help as many people as possible. Co-developing CoVitale-7 is just the first step.