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Buy Vitamins and Walgreens Gives Back
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Vitamins are something that I think a lot about. I have been taking vitamins since I was a child and my family has been taking them for years as well.
I am always concerned that my children are not getting everything they need as far as nutrients. While we try to do a good job making certain that they eat the right foods, I do accept as their mother that they really need vitamins in order to get all of the vitamins that they need to keep them healthy.
Every fall we go through our medicine cabinet and we buy the vitamins that we need to keep us healthy each year. Fall is the hardest time for my family because that is almost always when the kids get sick. With cold season fast approaching now is a good time to arm your body with the Vitamin’s it needs for a healthy fall. Let me show how we do that.
Everyone gets a multivitamin and I have to confess that it is really hard to get my three kids to all agree on a vitamin that they like so we have to buy two kinds but it works out because we never run out of vitamins.
BUYING VITAMINS AT WALGREENS TO SUPPORT VITAMIN ANGELS
Did you know that just by buying your vitamins or supplements at Walgreens you can help a child in need? It is easy to buy at Walgreens because they have a wide assortment of vitamins and supplements.
There are million of children around the world who suffer from ‘hidden hunger' which is a lack of micronutrients that can lead to disease and even death. What is scarier is that 45% of all childhood deaths are attributable to under-nutrition. That is a heartbreaking statistic.
Walgreens gives a portion of all vitamin retail sales to Vitamin Angels to help 100 million children in the U.S. and abroad get the vitamins they need to live well.
So far, they have raised funds to aid 28 million kids to date.