This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as a part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
With all the health issues are family has been facing these past few months, I’ve spent my fair share of time in the hospital by my husband’s bedside. Since just being present in a hospital all the time puts me at a greater risk for illness, I’ve been giving special attention to my own health.
Being a mom has its difficulties and getting sick can be a huge drag – especially when you’re the glue that holds everything together and keeps it all going. That’s why I’ve stocked up on Nature Made® supplements from Walmart to help keep me healthy.
I realize these supplements aren’t designed to cure diseases, but it can go a long way to helping your body defend itself! There was so many to choose from – I originally went in search of some probiotics because they are carried at Walmart Supercenters, but I couldn’t find any. I ended up getting some B12 energy melts, vitamin C and a new thing called cholestoff – Something to help me bring that number down! Walmart is the most affordable place to find this brand and most importantly, Nature Made® is the #1 Pharmacist Recommended brand for many key dietary supplement categories*
*Based on the 2016 U.S. News & World Report – Pharmacy Times Survey.
When you are busy taking care of kids, working and just generally busy with life, supplements are a really easy way to help provide your body with vitamins and nutrients you might miss along the way. I really like the B12 energy & vitamin C because it helps support both my immune health, energy metabolism and plays a role in helping convert food into energy.†
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