Vitamin Ddrops Booster (REVIEW and GIVEAWAY)

As the days rapidly get colder and gloomier (or at least it seems that way), it becomes more and more important that we all get a good dose of vitamin D! Ddrops has created a unique form of vitamin D called the Ddrops Booster. It is meant to be taken along with receiving some of your vitamin D from other sources (e.g. multi vitamins, food or the sun).

Last winter, I started to give my children Ddrops in hopes that it would give their immune system a little “boost” and keep them healthier. Did we still get sick? Yes! Do I know for sure that it was the Vitamin Ddrops that had them slightly less sick than in years before? No. But, I will tell you that we are definitely going to do it again this year!

Vitamin D drops are super easy to administer and they have no taste. I put a drop on a spoon and let my kids lick the spoon, but you could easily add a drop to food or a drink. I tend to tell my children what I am giving them and why so that they can become educated about how we are taking care of our bodies.

Vitamin d drops

Here is some interesting information taken from the Ddrops website:

  • Several medical associations recommend that adults take a daily intake of 1000 IU of vitamin D”
  • Ddrops are wheat-free, gluten-free, soya-free, sugar-free and peanut-free. It is tasteless, odourless with no artificial flavours, no colouring and requires no preservative.
  • Vitamin D3 is the form naturally produced in human skin exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D3 in vitamin supplements starts as lanolin (the oil obtained from wool of sheep and lambs). The lanolin is exposed to ultraviolet light to activate the fat that then turns into vitamin D3. The vitamin D3 is purified and used for vitamin supplement products or to fortify food and milk. Although Ddrops™ brand vitamin D₃ is an animal sourced product, the animal is not harmed during this process. Ddrops™ are suitable for lacto-ovo vegetarians.

Bonus for Multi-Testing Mommy Readers: Anybody who drops by Baby D Drops FaceBook page and says hello and mentions that you came from Multi-Testing Mommy, will receive a free Dora / Diego growth chart.

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26 Responses to Vitamin Ddrops Booster (REVIEW and GIVEAWAY)

  1. marlibu says:

    Adult d drops 🙂

  2. Sweet Panda says:

    I make sure that I go out and get some sunlight for at least 10 to 15 minutes every day!

  3. Anonymous says:

    We use D drops everyday.

  4. ksceviour says:

    I dont really do anything to ensure I get enough vitamin D..:( I know I should be taking d drops or vitamin d pills,but I dont..:(
    ksceviour at hotmail dot com

  5. Erin says:

    I’ve never really done much, which is why I would love to win this contest, and see if taking the drops would help me this winter.

  6. Linda Shmoo says:

    My son doesn’t drink milk, I’m thinking Vitamine D supplements would be a good idea for him. :O)

  7. Anonymous says:

    I give my breast fed baby D drops for baby. I don’t do much for myself though or my other kids. Would like to start!

  8. Karry Knisley says:

    My daughter has type 1 diabetes. Most type 1 diabetics have low vitamin D levels. I just found out last week that her levels are extremely low. She will have to be on vitamin D for the rest of her life.
    karryknisley76 at hotmail dot com

  9. We use Vit D tablets right now but my son doesn’t like to take them. This would be helpful!

  10. I only take a multi vitamin, if I remember!

  11. Ani says:

    Actually off to get my baby girl some D drops today at Walmart since Fall has less warm sunny days in Canada. 🙂

  12. Mike says:

    D drops are a staple in our house!
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  13. Sona says:

    We love d-drops in Toronto(especially on rainy days like today)

  14. bigdisneyfan says:

    We spend time outside to get vitamin D. But in the winter, D drops do make sense.

  15. Mary ( says:

    We bought our first bottle of D Drops last winter.

  16. What do you do to ensure you get enough Vitamin D? my doctor did blood work and made me take vit d pills daily now

  17. 409cope says:

    I try to get outside in the sunshine a little every day but I probably don’t get enough vitamin D. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

  18. avaoxia says:

    Vitamin D is good for lots of autoimmune illnesses including MS. I take supplements daily.

  19. Olivia L says:

    I try to get outside in the sun every day, but that can be difficult here in Vancouver where it RAINS all winter!

  20. I grab some rays when I can, and use a SAD lamp in the winter.

  21. Tina says:

    Adult Vitamin D drops especially in the winter when it’s hard to get some sunshine.

    tleesfb at yahoo dot ca

  22. MarionG says:

    I’ve never used D drops before but would love to. I’ve heard of many benefits of doing this.
    polo-puppy-fluffy at hotmail Dot com

  23. Amy says:

    We drink milk with vitamin D added and get outside when it’s sunny!

  24. Nothing! I’ve just been looking in something like Ddrops this week actually, this would be perfect to win!

  25. Gemma says:

    Try to get outside each day.

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