Sunday, 24 March 2013

Ddrops Booster ~ Review & Giveaway

Vitamin D
It has many health benefits and could help reduce the risk of diseases like cardiovascular disease and common cancers.  It is associated with bone development and helps the body use calcium and phosphorus to build strong and healthy bones and teeth. It could help prevent bone softening, deformity, and rickets (fractures), and osteoporosis.

The major source of Vitamin D is from sunlight.  A total of 15 minutes a day would provide 10,000 IU of vitamin D on fair skinned adults but a darker skinned would requires more.  Wearing sunscreen reduces the amount of vitamin D the body will produce and the Canadian Cancer Society recommends babies not be in direct sun light.  Not wearing sunscreen causes sunburns which could lead to skin cancer and aging of the skin.  There are only a few foods that could be an alternative source of Vitamin D like salmon, shitake mushroom, and eggs.

How much does one person need?  Researcher says, contact your physician or healthcare provider and they recommend using a blood test.  Due note, taking excess Vitamin D can be harmful and could cause high levels of calcium in the bloodstream.

My family is not the type to brave the Canadian winter by staying out too long.  We rush to point A to point B all bundled up and going as quickly as possible and most of the time it is before and after the sun sets.  During the winter we are more likely to stay in doors and barely enough to catch some rays so it is most highly recommended to take some Vitamin D supplements.  This Ddrops Booster is currently only available in Canada at most drug stores retailers including Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall, Metro, and Loblaws.  All you need is one drop on any food, drink, on a spoon, or even a back of my clean hands.  My daughter hesitated at first but noticed that it didnt have any taste so it was very easy to administer to her.  For more information on Ddrops, check out their website, don't forget to follow on Facebook and Twitter.



Ddrops would like to offer one of my readers their own Ddrops booster (5ml, 180 drops).

This contest will run from March 24th to April 12th, 2013 (midnight EST).  Winner, You have 72 hours to reply.  You must be 18+ Canadians Only.  Good Luck!





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*Disclosure - This product in this review was provided to me free of cost of the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.


38 comments:

  1. I use Baby D Drops for my infant daughter!

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  2. I would buy the kids d drops for my son

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  3. I would get the kids d drops.

    billiondollarprincesss@hotmail.com

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  4. Hello, Happy Chinadoll. Thank you for the information and heads up on this product. I have never heard of it until now. Many helpful points that apply to me.

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  5. I use Baby D Drops for my little boy... though he's going to be moving up to the big boy kids drops any time now.

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  6. I use the Baby D drops right now so would buy more of those.

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  7. I would buy the get the kids D drops.

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  8. I would like the Ddrops® 1000 IU

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  9. I would get the Ddrops 1000 IU.

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  10. I would buy the kids 400 IU drops for my daughter

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  11. I would purchase the kids D drops

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  12. I would get the Ddrops 1000 IU

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  13. Baby Ddrops® 400 IU

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  14. the Baby ones. I take a chewable already.

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  15. I'd purchase the Baby Ddrops for my granddaughter.
    My rafflecopter name is Julie G.

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  16. the kids d drops. it's hard to know they are getting the right vitamins.

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  17. I'd get the Ddrops booster.

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  18. The Kids Ddrops :)
    oddball2003 at hotmail dot com

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  19. I would buy the Baby Ddrops® 400 IU for my newborn son.
    andrews_cheryl at hotmail dot com

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  20. I would purchase the adult 1200 IU! These would have been perfect for the winter!

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