$100 Vitamin & Supplement Giveaway for Winter Warriors (CAN)

We have an amazing giveaway for you Canadian Winter Warriors! It’s been a brutal winter, hasn’t it? We know you’re doing everything you can to keep your family healthy. While vitamins and supplements alone can’t keep bugs at bay, they do help support your immune system. Check it out, then read on to get great tips on how to stay healthy in the bitter weather! This post is brought to you by the Church & Dwight Co Ambassador Program.

$100 Vitamin & Supplement Giveaway for Winter Warriors (CAN)

C&D Winter Warrior Giveaway

Church & Dwight Co, the makers of Vitafusion, L’il Critters and more, are here to help! They’re offering TWO prize packages, each containing:

  • Vitafusion™ MultiVites™
  • L’il Critters™ GummyVites™
  • Vitafusion™ Power C™
  • RUB A535® Triple Action Cream
  • RUB A535® Arnica Gel-Cream
  • RUB A535® Arnica Spray
  • Gravol® Natural Source Multi-Symptom Tablets
  • Gravol® Kids Quick Dissolve Chewable Tablets
  • Gravol® Liquid Gel Capsules
  • Vitafusion™ T-shirt

Total Value: Approx. $100

Giveaway rules: Open to Canadian residents age 18+, void where prohibited. Giveaway ends March 24th. Winner will be notified via email and will need to answer a skill question to claim prize. Enter on the Rafflecopter form below.

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Winter Warriors: Keeping Your Family Healthy this Season

Canadian winters can be downright ruthless, putting both your mind and body to the test. While we all like to think of ourselves as winter warriors, sometimes our immune systems start to crack under pressure. Protect your family from the cold and flu this winter by recognizing the telltale signs, taking preventative measures and acting fast.

Cold and Flu 101:

Think you might be on the verge of something you would rather avoid. Look out for these symptoms as signs that you might be losing the battle:


  • Cough
  • Scratchy Throat
  • Congestion
  • Runny Nose



  • Extreme Fatigue
  • Aches and Pains
  • Chills
  • Fever
  • Headache

Prevention – follow these simple tips and you might be able to avoid what’s going around:

  • Sleep – Everyone needs a good night’s sleep; proper shut-eye allows your body to rest and keeps your immune system strong
  • Multivitamin – A multivitamin can certainly help maintain good health and it’s important to have one that you’ll enjoy and remember to take. Vitafusion™ MultiVites™ adult gummy vitamins (yes, gummies for big kids!) contain the essential vitamins you need. For the kids, try L’il Critters™ GummyVites™. Kids love the flavour so much that if you forget to give them their vitamins, they’ll remind you!
  • Exercise – With a busy routine maintaining an exercise schedule can feel like a chore, but regular exercise is an easy way to keep your body strong, helping your immune system fight off illnesses such as a cold or flu1  
  • Wash your hands – Your best protection from the common cold and flu is frequent hand washing

Weren’t able to avoid those nasty Canadian cold and flu bugs? Here are some tips to help get you back on your feet, tout suite:

  • Treatment: With ingredients like ginger and willow bark, Gravol’s® Natural Source Multi Symptom will help you kick that cold to the curb. This all-in-one pain, fever and nausea reliever won’t leave you feeling drowsy either, because we all know you’ve got a million things to do
  • Exercise: Just as much of a preventative measure as it is a solution; don’t let sore muscles and joints stop you from being active. Bring out the triple threat – RUB A535® Triple Action Cream cools, warms and soothes to keep you going. Exercising will help your body fight the cold, improve your mood, boost your energy and help you sleep2 , a win-win situation
  • Drink Fluids: Just like your parents always said, drink lots of hot liquids to soothe your throat, thin your mucus and put you on the road to recovery
  • Vitamin C: No time to peel  10 tangerines? Try Vitafusion™ Power C™ adult gummy vitamins to up your vitamin C intake. Delicious orange flavour and yummy gummy texture will make remembering to take them the easiest thing you do today.

1 “Exercising When You Have a Cold: Should You Do It?” WebMD. http://www.webmd.com/cold-and-flu/cold-guide/exercise-when-you-have-cold

2“Exercise: 7 Benefits of Regular Physical Activity.” Mayo Clinic. http://www.mayoclinic.org/exercise/art-20048389






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Nicole Etolen is the Editor-In-Chief of OurFamilyWorld and its sister site, MyKidsGuide. She is also a blogger and former Certified Nurses Aide. She's been writing most of her life and realized that she could combine her writing talents with her medical knowledge to help others in a new way. Nicole is also the owner of PrettyOpinionated.com. When she's not writing 12 hours a day, she enjoys reading and spending time with her very cool son.


  1. Maegan Morin says:

    Dress warm, and take vitamins lol.

  2. Doreen Lamoureux says:

    Drinking more water and staying active.

  3. Eat a healthy diet, do a bit of exercise, take your daily vitamins, and stay away from sick people.

  4. We have been sick so much this winter, we take our vitamins, lots of hot tea, eat healthy and lots of hand washing but we have just been unlucky this year unfortunately!

  5. Florence C says:

    Eating Healthy and taking vitamins daily. Also getting outside for a walk as often as possible.

  6. Jennifer L. says:

    Take Vitamin D in the winter.

  7. Debbie Petch says:

    I wash my hands with soap and water 2 or 3 times a day.

  8. Angela Mitchell says:

    Lots of handwashing, fresh air, vitamins, tea, healthy eating, and exercise.

  9. Karla Sceviour says:

    get plenty of rest,,drink plenty of OJ,and eat your fruits n veggies!

  10. My tip is simple, wash your hands. It has made the difference in how healthy we have stayed.

  11. Laurie B says:

    My best tip to stay healthy in the winter is to wash you hands A LOT! Drink plenty of fluid and eat healthy well balanced meals on top of taking vitamins.

  12. kristen johnson says:

    dress warm and drink lots of water

  13. JaimeeM says:

    Vitamin D, C, and tonnes of water

  14. nicolthepickle says:

    Eat lots of fruits.

  15. Plenty of rest and regular hand-washing.

  16. Andrea Amy says:

    lock yourself in your house and dont’ have any contact with the outside world lol (just kidding)

    I would say take your vitamins, get enough rest, wash your hands, cough and sneeze into your sleeve not your hands, eat lots of fruits and veggies…has not helped us this year. Just since christmas we have had colds, the flu, a sinus infection and strep throat.

  17. Avoid people who are ill. Take extra Vitamin C. Ensure adequate rest.

  18. heidi c. says:

    Get good rest and exercise regularly, eat healthily and wash your hands consistently!

  19. michelle tremblett says:

    Eat healthy, take vitamins and get rest :)

  20. go outside every day and get some fresh air and sunshine.

  21. Deanna Barkley says:

    Eat healthy and stay active. Try to enjoy the outdoors.

  22. Brenda Penton says:

    Staying active and eating healthy I think are the best ways to keep your immune system healthy.

  23. GARRY S says:


  24. Washing your hands frequently.

  25. sarah sar says:

    drink lots of water, take supplements and dress warm!

  26. Victoria Ess says:

    Keep up an exercise routine!

  27. Vitamin c

  28. Drink lots of water and as many vegetables as possible.

  29. Drink lots of liquids and continue to take multi vitamins and head outside for fresh air and exercise.

  30. Erika Birrell says:

    Exercising and eating healthy

  31. Karen Thaeter says:

    I make sure that my family does a lot of handwashing

  32. I feel like drinking tea everyday helps, but that could just be me.

  33. Leah Lucas says:

    Staying active, taking vitamin C, handwashing!

  34. nikki robak says:

    staying away from crowds as often as possible

  35. My tip: wash your hands and get plenty of sleep!

  36. Glogirl says:

    My tip is to take a multi-vitamin/mineral daily and to practice frequent handwashing.

  37. Misty Rios says:

    Get enough sleep

  38. heidi c. says:

    Get rest and exercise, eat healthily and wash hands regularly.

  39. Rhonda W G. says:

    Wash hands alot and drink much water. We get the flu shot also!

  40. Doris Calvert says:

    Get a flu shot and wash your hands

  41. Leigh-Ann Murphy says:

    Take vitamins and wash hands as much as possible!

  42. 409cope says:

    I drink plenty of water and wash my hands often.

  43. julie bolduc says:

    Wash my hands a million times and drink water

  44. ALICIA M says:

    Drink lots of water

  45. Belinda McNabb says:

    I make sure I eat healthy and wash my hands often

  46. elaine bolduc says:

    stay warm, number one, and don’t over dress when you are outside
    and don’t be cheap, turn the heat up on those cold days and nights

  47. Emily Chui says:

    stay insidee! haha if not, stay bundled up, I can’t leave the house without a scarf, hat, and mittens!

  48. We make the kids wash hand all the time – then we use moisturizer fo rthe dryness.

  49. Dianne G. says:

    I think it a combination of many things that keep you healthy. Eat foods full of vitamins, get enough rest and wash your hands often and you will have a better chance of avoiding illness.

  50. taking vitamins and washing your hands

  51. Juliee Fitze says:

    Take extra Vit. D and drink lots of fluid.

  52. Get lots of rest and take your vitamins.

  53. Jenness M says:

    Lots of handwashing and daily vitamins

  54. wash hands and disinfect surfaces regularly.

  55. Jennifer P. says:

    My biggest tip is wash your hands frequently.

  56. Amy Heffernan says:

    Water and exercise!!

  57. Anu Chopra says:

    Washing our hands often and drinking lots of liquids!

  58. Eat healthy, take vitamins and drink plenty of fluids.

  59. Miz Vickik says:

    Washing my hands all of the time!

  60. Christy Martin says:

    My best tip is getting the flu shot. I heard this week it is hitting up Toronto – H1N1. I don’t fit in the critical categorgy, but for children and the elderly it is worth it for me to not be at risk.

  61. Hesper Fry says:

    I wash my hands often and try to drink lots of water.

  62. MARIA simon says:


  63. I wash my hands all the time and use my neti pot daily.

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