An Ode to Dads.

An Ode to Dads.

Father’s Day is coming up and it’s a good time to remember that dads are, well, only human. No matter how hard they work and how many miles in the snow they had to walk to school when they were kids they are not indestructible. Nope, you’re tough father (husband) is made of flesh and blood and he can feel crummy, too, not that he lets that slow him down! When his old buddies stop by and say, “Hey, let’s go out and play softball today” and he does and then comes home with a strange look on his face and asks for an ice pack, well, you know he played hard. Too hard, evidently.

So it’s time for a pillow behind his back and some quality time on the couch with the aforementioned ice pack and maybe a gentle hug or two or three. And if he took some Vidazorb +OPC before he went out to remember how he used to play short stop he’ll be better sooner than later. See, Vidazorb +OPC contains a special oligomericproanthocyanidin called Masquelier’s Original OPC. This is a very good and cool thing for dads to have in their bodies especially before, during and after the Return To Youth softball game. +OPC is not only really good for dad’s stomach but it will help his heart and brain, his Too Much Softball aches and pains as well as dealing with allergies. It helps with inflammation and aging by keeping capillaries nice and flexible. It will even help with “daddy breath.” You can go on our Web site to read more about Vidazorb +OPC. It really is good for athletes young and old (and daddies) everywhere.

Father’s Day is a time to recognize all the wonderful things fathers do to keep us safe and make the world go round. If he wants to go out to play softball or bowl or bike, fine, just make sure he’s been taking his +OPC. And maybe you should keep him off the skateboard, too . . .