Monday, November 13, 2017

Share the Love, Share the "Wealth": Mommy Bloggers' Nutri10Plus Syrup Vitamin Blog Campaign

I don't know how many times you have heard this: Health is wealth. I believe it is often said because it is true, right? As a wife and mom, I always make sure that I prioritise our health. That being said, I check the food that we eat and make certain that we are not couch potatoes at home, if you know what I mean. However, it's not everyday that you get to take all the nutrients that you need from the food that you eat. That is why supplements or vitamins are necessary to achieve optimal health.

In the effort to help our co-mommies and their children in the war-stricken village in Marawi, 100 mommy bloggers from Mommy Bloggers Philippines community had collaborated to bring boxes of Nutri10Plus Syrup, DayCee Vitamin C Syrup, and several toys, to a hundred kids in Marawi through SinagTala, a non-profit organization headed by Ms. Kaye Koo. Nutri10Plus Syrup is a multivitamins packed with Chlorella Growth Factor (CGF), Taurine, Lysine, Zinc, and Vitamins C, A, D3, B1, and more. 

SinagTala had been sending help to villages in Marawi since the war erupted and it had sheltered hundreds of children inside the Playroom which served as the mini-school and play area of the children.

Through the Nutri10Plus Syrup, DAYZINC vitamins, and toys, we wish to help uplift the children's spirits and restore their health as they start on picking up the pieces of their lives as families.

To learn more about the benefits of Nutri10Plus Syrup, please check through their Facebook page

We all thank WERT for this campaign, Kaye Koo of SinagTala, and all the staff who have helped in sending the vitamins to Marawi.

We are grateful to the mommy bloggers who participated in the campaign using their blogs to bring hundreds of pouches of Nutri10Plus Vitamins full of nutrition for the children in Marawi. Find out more about our lovely mommy bloggers and their experiences as they document their life journeys in their mommy blogs. 

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