Monday, July 12, 2010

Wellesse Vitamin Review + Giveaway







I'm so excited to be part of the She Blog 2010 Summer Tour! As part of the exciting event, Sheblogs, Wellesse & Bella's Beauty Spot teamed up to bring you an amazing giveaway.




Unlike run-of-the-mill tablet and capsule supplements, Wellesse liquid formulations are not only easy to take, but are specially formulated to speed absorption into the body. That helps you reach your health and wellness goals even faster.

The Wellesse brand of premium liquid supplements contain scientifically supported ingredients in a concentrated dosage for maximum efficacy. Research has shown that nutrients from liquid sources can be more easily absorbed than from solids.


Vitamin D helps the immune system by aiding in the body’s natural defenses against illness and helps promote bone, teeth, breast and colon health.† Vitamin D may be especially helpful for those with limited sun exposure or dark skin, as well as older adults.

Wellesse Vitamin D3 liquid is suitable for young children (ages 4 years and up) and teenagers who do not like to swallow pills – it’s a great-tasting dietary supplement in a fast absorbing liquid formulation that’s easily taken by the whole family. Here’s why Vitamin D is important to moms and daughters:

1.) A study reported at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting in March showed that teens with high intakes of vitamin D may have lower overall body fat and lower amounts of abdominal fat.

2.) The American Academy of Pediatrics raised the Recommended Daily Intake for children starting with infants only a few days old and up from 200 to 400 international units in November.

3.) In December, The American Dermatology Association issued a position statement recommending fortified foods and supplements as the preferred vitamin D source, instead of unprotected sun exposure.
4.) A study conducted at the University of Southern California showed a correlation between low vitamin D levels and stunted growth and weight gain in girls.

5.) Pregnant women deficient in vitamin D at the time of delivery are four times more likely to have a C-section, compared with other pregnant women, according to a Boston University study








Wellesse Vitamin D is known as the liquid sunshine in a bottle. I just started taking the vitamins I need to stay healthy, never realizing how important vitamins are to our lifestyle and well being. Vitamin D is so important! It helps to proactively support a healthy immune system by aiding the body's natural defenses and is vital to bone, teeth, breast and colon health.





Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D3 liquid is a fast-absorbing, great-tasting liquid supplement to ensure strong bones and bodies.

•1000 mg Calcium, 1000 IU Vitamin D3, Lactose Free
•Calcium helps build strong bones & teeth for men and women.
•Vitamin D helps with calcium absorption and supports immune health


Just two teaspoons a day, and your on your way to a healthier, stronger you!

Buy: You can purchase Wellesse Vitamins at drugstores, & online at stores like Amazon.com, Walgreens & Target. You can also visit their website for additional information.




Giveaway Package: A year supply of Wellesse Vitamin D3 and Calcium Vitamin D3 plus a copy of Dr. Michael Holick’s new book, The Vitamin D Solution.


To win this amazing prize pack, visit Wellesse, & tell me one thing you learned from their site!



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- Follow this blog (2 entries)


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- Blogging about it will get you 5 additional entries, just please add links to the sponsor and this post.



Good luck! Giveaway ends 7/27/2010. Winner will be chosen by random.org Winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize, or another winner will be chosen. Thank you to Wellesse & the She Blogs tour for sponsoring this giveaway.


170 comments:

  1. well besides liquid is better than pill form- I read the gloucasamine and how good it is for the joints and aches and pain

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  2. Great giveaway!

    I visited the Wellesse site and learned that women with a higher concentration of Vitamin D have a lower hip fracture risk than those with a lower concentration.

    I'm also a follower of your blog.

    I'm suscribed to your newsletter.

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  3. I learned that they sell in an international market such as Taiwan!

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  4. I learned that in addition to Vitamin D liquid supplements, they also make Glucosamine Liquid for joint health.


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  5. They have coupons are their website. Check it out before buying.

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  11. I learned Women with the lowest 25(OH) vitamin D concentrations (≤47.5 nmol/L) had a higher fracture risk than did those with the highest concentrations (≥70.7 nmol/L) (adjusted odds ratio, 1.71 [CI, 1.05 to 2.79]), and the risk increased statistically significantly across quartiles of serum 25(OH) vitamin D concentration (P for trend = 0.016).

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  12. I follow via GFC #1.

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  15. I leanred that vitamin D3 is a prohormone produced in skin through ultraviolet irradiation of 7-dehydrocholesterol. sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

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  24. Women with the lowest 25(OH) vitamin D concentrations (≤47.5 nmol/L) had a higher fracture risk than did those with the highest concentrations (≥70.7 nmol/L)

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  25. I learned that someone with lap band bariatric surgery will be able to digest the liquid much easier than taking a pill.

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  31. I learned that Vitamin D3 is a prohormone. Thanks for the chance to win the prize pack! (krstrpp at hotmail dot com)

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  33. I learned that Clinical studies show that Glucosamine and Chondroitin in combination are beneficial in maintaining healthy joint function, cartilage and flexibility.
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  34. I learned that one serving of Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D has more nutrients than 3 glasses of milk!

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  35. I learned that you can print coupons right off their site :)
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  36. vitamin d helps the body aborb calcium.

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  37. I learned that antacids neutralize the stomach acid needed to properly absorb calcium. Wow!
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  38. 1. I'm an email subscriber.
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  40. 1. I follow on GFC as frugal tumbleweed acres.
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  42. I learned a tip for losing weight is to add protein to every meal and snack.
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  43. With men and women over 65, dietary supplementation with calcium and vitamin D moderately reduced bone loss measured in the femoral neck, spine, and total body over a three-year study period and reduced the incidence of nonvertebral fractures.

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  48. I learned that you can't buy this product within two-hundred miles of my home.

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  49. I learned that Women with the lowest 25(OH) vitamin D concentrations (≤47.5 nmol/L) had a higher fracture risk than did those with the highest concentrations. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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  50. I learned that D3 is the preferable form over D2 because of its high level of biologic activity. It is a naturally occurring form of vitamin D that is made when your skin is exposed to sunlight.

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  58. mlswin@triad.rr.comJuly 26, 2010 at 7:47 AM

    Vitamin D can help reduce hip fractures

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  59. According to the Wellesse site and learned that women with a higher concentration of Vitamin D have a lower hip fracture risk than those with a lower concentration.
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  60. I learned that they have coupons alot and offer free shipping and automatic coupons if you buy directly from them. I printed out a $2 off coupon to use this weekend while I'm shopping to try them out. Thanks for the giveaway, we spend alot on vitamins every year so this would be truly awesome to win. All the best.
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  63. I learned that Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium!

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  64. i learned Calcium supplementation significantly influenced bone accretion in young females during the pubertal growth spurt.

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  67. crazyred61 at yahoo.com
    I learned an ancillary, or additional, study that investigated whether the dietary supplements could diminish the structural damage of knee osteoarthritis.

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  68. I learned that there is a 2 dollar off coupon on their site. ....Tiffypoot@aol.com

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  75. men should take calcium since they also lose bone density as they age.

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  76. I was interested to learn of the benefits of water workouts...at only two days a week--an hour a workout.

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  77. I learned that Glucosamine is necessary to protect and rebuild cartilage tissue and keep joints strong and healthy.
    I soo need this for my knees! :)
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  82. A study found that women with the lowest 25(OH) vitamin D concentrations (≤47.5 nmol/L) had a higher fracture risk than did those with the highest concentrations.

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  83. It's safe for children to take as well.
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  88. I learned this fact....."Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D3 combines essential, natural ingredients in a liquid formulation that provides 100% of the daily value for calcium.... Just one serving provides more calcium than 3 glasses of milk."

    I'd been diagnosed with Vit D deficiency and have to take a daily supplement and I'd love to try this. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)aol(DOT)com

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  91. I visited the Wellesse site and learned that women with a higher concentration of Vitamin D have a lower hip fracture risk than those with a lower concentration.

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  92. I learned that vitamin D3 is a pro-hormone produced in skin through ultraviolet irradiation of 7-dehydrocholesterol.
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  93. I am interested in the calcium liquid form. My stomach get very upset with the pill form of calcium. I have a hard time eating tums. I take all other vitamins but have to take small doses of calcium.

    Thank you for the entry,

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  94. I am an email subscriber, entry 1.

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  95. I am an email subscriber, entry 2.

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  96. I tweeted giveaway,

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    Thank you,

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  97. I learned that they also make Glucosamine Liquid for joint health. that is something I could use too.

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  98. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/ShannaEAnderson/status/19655737351

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  99. Vitamin D3 is a prohormone produced in skin through ultraviolet irradiation of 7-dehydrocholesterol. It is biologically inert and must be metabolized to 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 in the liver and then to 1{alpha},25-dihydroxyvitamin D3 in the kidney before function. The hormonal form of vitamin D3, ie, 1{alpha},25-dihydroxyvitamin D3, acts through a nuclear receptor to carry out its many functions, including calcium absorption, phosphate absorption in the intestine, calcium mobilization in bone, and calcium reabsorption in the kidney. It also has several noncalcemic functions in the body. This overview provides a brief description of the physiologic, endocrinologic, and molecular biologic characteristics of vitamin D. It also provides information on new selective analogs of 1{alpha},25-dihydroyvitamin D3 for therapy.

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  107. I learned that they have a “Vital to Health” blog offers up to date articles on many health and Wellness issues.
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  115. I had never heard of this brand but found out I can buy it at Rite Aid. Thanks!

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  116. You can get a coupon for $2 off here:
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  117. "A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial was conducted. Fifty men and women, 40-76 years of age with knee OA pain were enrolled in an outpatient medical center."

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  118. I learned "Women with the lowest 25(OH) vitamin D concentrations (47.5 nmol/L) had a higher fracture risk than did those with the highest concentrations (70.7 nmol/L)". Pretty interesting info.
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  121. I learned that one serving of Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D has more nutrients than 3 glasses of milk.

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  126. I learned that lower vit D means that women have a higher risk of fractures.

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  127. I learned that unlike run-of-the-mill tablet and capsule supplements, Wellesse liquid formulations are not only easy to take, but are specially formulated to speed absorption into the body.

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  130. I did learn that Wellesse Vitamin D3 is like liquid sunshine in a bottle.

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  133. Vitamin D3 is called liquid sunshine in a bottle.

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  134. tips for traveling
    For carry-ons, pour supplement into 3 oz containers and put in quart size bag that seals very well to prevent leakage. Three ounces will last 3 days.

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  135. I found out that a serving of Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D has more nutrients than 3 glasses of milk does thanks for the chance eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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  136. Thanks for the giveaway...Low serum vitamin D concentrations are associated with a higher risk for hip fracture.

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  137. I learned that antacids neutralize the stomach acid needed to properly absorb calcium, thanks!

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  139. I learned that one serving of Wellesse Calcium & Vitamin D has more nutrients than 3 glasses of milk. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  140. I learned about the stores in my area that sell these products and 3 that I shop at are Walmart, Longs, and Rite-Aid. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  150. I LEARNED THE WELLESSE WEBSITE FEATURES HEALTH INFORMATION ON IT kytah00@yahoo.com

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