Maintain your immune system with Redoxon multivitamins

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I'm just recovering from the flu and although I still have an awful cough I am feeling a lot better. For about a week I was sneezing, coughing, couldn't breathe, and my whole body ached. But of course I'm a mum and I have to continue regardless of how terrible I'm feeling. Thanks to Redoxon multivitamins I've been able to help my immune system and this time the illness hasn't lasted as long as it usually would.


When I was a little girl I remember hating autumn and winter because I knew I'd be ill most of the time. If there was a bug going around in school I would get it and suffer for more than a week. I don't ever remember having a 24 hour bug, they always lasted longer. My body could never cope with the colder weather and went into shutdown mode. 

My immune system is not the best, I'm the kind of person that catches everything. The winter months are the worst with colds and flu around and I tend to get prepared beforehand by stocking up on lots of lemsip and cold capsules.

A few years ago I went to the doctors to get help recovering from the flu, I told the doctor I thought I had the flu and she said,

If you had flu you wouldn't be able to get out of bed.


Like I have a choice!

I'm a mum. No matter how terrible I'm feeling I still have to drag myself out of bed to make sure my boys get ready for school. 



Supermum!


The other day, when my nose was bunged up and my muscles ached so much I just wanted to crumble in a heap, I realised how truly awesome mums are. Whether upbeat, upset, or ill, you carry on regardless.


  • You ache all over.
  • You sneeze and cough every few minutes.
  • You want to sleep.

But rather than spend the days in bed allowing your immune system to attack the flu virus you continue as if nothing is wrong.


  • You get out of bed and get the kids to school.
  • You do the weekly shopping.
  • You cook dinner every day.
  • You clean the house (or put Christmas decorations up!).

And by 8pm you are completely wiped out, you can barely lift your fingers and all you want to do is sleep. Of course being bunged up means you don't sleep and yet you get up the next morning and do it all again. 



Everything that needs to be done gets done, it may take longer than usual but it gets done.

That's what makes you amazing!



Redoxon 


Over the past month I've been trying out Redoxon Every Day multivitamins and I know what you're about to say...

They didn't stop you getting ill!

Well of course they didn't, they're not magic tablets! 

What Redoxon multivitamins do is help maintain your immune system. So, if you're like me and you could do with a helping hand you might benefit from trying out these multivitamins.



About Redoxon


Redoxon Triple Action effervescent tablets contain a combination of Vitamin D, C and zinc. You dissolve one tablet per day in water to make a refreshing orange drink. 

To be honest, when I learned they were effervescent tablets I was a little put off, I don't like the idea of it and every other effervescent tablet I've tried ends up leaving a horrible film on top of the water. I expected the orange flavour to taste awful too. Let's say my expectations were low.

As I dropped the huge tablet into the water I scrunched my nose and was not looking forward to drinking the water. I could see the tablet dissolving and as it did it released an orange colour into the water. The film I'd expected to see on top of the water slowly appeared. 


A refreshing morning drink


Once the tablet had dissolved completely I picked up the glass and inspected the orange water. Apart from a few bits in the bottom of the glass I couldn't see any evidence of the tablet. The film on top of the water had disappeared and it looked like a regular orange drink. 

I held my breath and took a drink.

With eyebrows raised I took another drink, and another. It was a refreshing orange drink. 

Despite my expectations I enjoyed the drink and since that first time have been eager to have my multivitamin every day. 


Why use Redoxon?


  •  To top up Vitamin D when there's less sunlight. During summer months Vitamin D is mainly formed in the skin through UV-B sunlight, and functions to help support the immune system. Latest figures show that in the UK more than 20% of adults have low Vitamin D levels in their blood. Public Health England recently shared guidelines advising that people consider taking a daily supplement containing 10 milligrams of Vitamin D to help support bones, teeth and muscles. Redoxon Triple Action tablets contain 10mg of Vitamin D.

  •  Your body can't store Vitamin C for any length of time. Sometimes you need extra help and Vitamin C helps you feel energised when you need that additional support.

  •   Your skin is the body's first line of defence. Zine can help maintain your skin. 
Redoxon Triple Action effervescent tablets are suitable for Adults and children aged 12+.



Multivitamins for your kids


Of course children are a pain when it comes to multivitamins and if they see something they don't like the look of, like the orange drink, they won't drink or take it. That's why Redoxon have Gummies, tasty multivitamins that look like jelly sweets.

The Gummies come in three tasty flavours; orange, strawberry, and papaya and are suitable for children aged 4 years and up. 

Each 25 pack (RRP £2.49) is resealable to keep those gummies fresh and on the back of the pack is the recommended dose.

Children aged 4-8 years: 2 gummies per day
Children aged 9-13 years: 3 gummies per day
Adults and teens aged 14+ years: 4 gummies per day.

Redoxon products are available at national stores including Boots, Sainsbury's, Superdrug, Tesco and Waitrose.



Giveaway


As a gift to you, my lovely readers, the team at Redoxon are offering you the chance to win a Winter Health goody bag.

What's in the bag?



Redoxon products (including Triple Action effervescent tablets and gummies), a scented candle, hot chocolate and a mug, winter socks, 2017 diary, and a £50 Tesco voucher.

I love my winter health goody bag and I've used the socks many times already. The diary will definitely come in handy and I'm looking forward to a tasty hot chocolate when it's snowy outside. 

To be in with a chance to win the Winter Health Goody Bag simply enter via the Rafflecopter widget below.

Giveaway closes on 15th December 2016 at 12:00am.
1 Goody bag available.
UK residents Only.
No cash alternative.
The winner will be notified within 3 days of the draw. 

131 comments:

  1. Rest, warm drinks, soup, try to keep self comfortable :- Use of cosy blankets etc. Luckily fiancé will bring me much needed cups of tea etc.

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  2. wrap myself up in my nice warm duvet x

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  3. snuggling on the couch with the duvet and a film and some soup

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  4. I take loads of vitamin c, drink lots of water

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  5. wrap myself in a big quilt and watch tv

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  6. try to get outside, even for a short while, really makes you feel better, but don't get cold!!

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  7. Dose myself up with flu remedies and wrap up in the warmth.

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  8. plenty of hot drinks, movies and my heated throw

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  9. Curl up on the couch with a hotwater bottle, Heatholders blanket and drink plenty of warm drinks.

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  10. Take paracetamol and go back to bed. I remember how it was with a little one though, you just have carry on anyway.

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  11. Take Ibuprofen, go to bed, drink plenty of fluids, groan and listen to the radio

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  12. Lots of comfort food.

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  13. Tea and half a pack of gingernut biscuits. Works everytime.

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  14. i stay in bed and watch rubbish tv

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  15. Stay in my PJs and eat whatever I want

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  16. snuggling with my dog , a bowl of soup and a good movie

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  17. Lemon and ginger tea and a hot water bottle.

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  18. Some lovely hearty food and a hot bath and then when feeling a bit better get out in the fresh air. Not one for "feeling sorry for myself" :)

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  19. hot lemon and honey for sore throats or icecream and i relax and snuggle up

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  20. I rest up and watch harry potter or friends re-runs

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  21. i have lavender tea i find it relaxes me

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  22. Snuggling up with my cat. If she comes near me...

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  23. A warm drink and a big blanket to wrap myself in, followed by lots of sleep.

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  24. wrapped up in my duvet watching a film

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  25. Anice cup of tea, and snuggle up on the couch with my duvet

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  26. a blanket, a family film such as a littler princess and a warm drink

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  27. Dosing up on the vitamins, plenty of fluids and curl up

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  28. Bed, and blackcurrant Hall's Soothers.

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  29. Lots of hot drinks, painkillers and rest :)

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  30. Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of healthy fluids when you aren't feeling well. Drink warm beverages and/or soup. Keep the air moist with a humidifier. Blow your nose properly. Soothe a sore throat. Ease general aches and pains and take an Epsom salt bath.

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  31. Margaret Clarkson
    Paracetamol and total rest

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  32. I make sure i get plenty of rest and try to stay stress free.

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  33. Wrap up warm and make a hot toddy

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  34. a hot lemon and honey
    from samantha price

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  35. Hot water bottle and a good book, with some lemsip! :)

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  36. Once the kids are in bed I make myself a white rum, honey and fresh orange concoction with some hot water! Best medicine ever!!!!!!

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  37. A bowl of hot Heinz Tomato Soup and some trashy TLC reality TV!

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  38. Take the quilt onto the sofa watch TV, eat what I fancy and get the hubby to do all the house work.

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  39. Nextflix and a big cosy blanket

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  40. Comfy cosy clothes after a lovely warm bath

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  41. plenty of tomato soup & buttery bread to dip in & onesie on & plenty of herbal cuppas xo

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  42. I'm very much in the ignore it camp...where even though I know I'm getting a cold or flu - I tell myself it's only a sneeze or a runny nose ;) It works for a while but I usually end up burning myself out...near to collapsing - then I sleep the sleep of the dead. x

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  43. I ignore it and carry on as normal! But I do tend to put loads of Olbas Oil on my pillow at night, and keep myself warm!

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  44. Snuggle up in bed with plenty of cups of tea

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  45. I keep warm and have lots of hot drinks.

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  46. layering my clothes

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  47. Take lots of medication and get lots of rest in bed when I can.

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  48. i have a lemsip and go to bed if i can

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  49. Stay in bed and have plenty of rest and drink a lot of orange juice

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  50. Sleep as much as possible, wrap up warm and lots of Tea

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  51. Go home to my folks and be looked after - their heating is SO better than mine

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  52. Lots of cream.of tomato soup and cheese toasties always works a treat.

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  53. Lots of cream.of tomato soup and cheese toasties always works a treat.

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  54. Sleep, I'm not usually a napper but if I'm poorly I'll jut sleep until I don't feel like death.

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  55. Wrap up nice and warm. A hot honey and lemon drink. Also take some zinc and garlic tablets. And get as much rest as possible

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  56. Hot water bottle, duvet and plenty of hot drinks

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  57. Berocca, echinacea, hot bath and a cup of tea x

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  58. Snuggly clothes, sofa, hot drink, heating on. Hubby in attendance!

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  59. Keeping cosy in bed or on the sofa with a warm blankie

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  60. Staying in bed, eating fruits, hot drinks, hot water bottle and sleeping :)

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  61. Hot water bottle and a binge on Netflix

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  62. I try to carry on as normal but drink more water and go to bed earlier than usual :)

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  63. I buy smoothies to try and top up my vitamins!

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  64. Stay in bed watching movies and treat myself to a takeaway

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  65. Plenty of tea and snuggled on sofa watching trashy tv

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  66. Snuggle on the sofa under a duvet and watch tv.

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  67. Stay at home if i'm feeling very ill with a hot water bottle and lots of drinks

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  68. Stay in bed and eat chicken soup

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  69. When I feel unwell I try to get myself out of the house to have some fresh air. I find the more I move about the better I feel, it's when I stop moving that I feel worse

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  70. bed and plenty of hot drinks xx

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  71. I pour myself a large hot toddy, then I can't drive so I have an excuse to go to bed.

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  72. I have a Nutri Bullet Blender which is amazing so when I feel run down and rubbish I make myself a veg packed drink with this and I feel better after

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  73. I make myself feel better by snuggling up in a blanket in front of the tv.

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  74. Watching comedy tv in bed!

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  75. Best rest with my favourite disney movies xx

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  76. Chicken soup and lots of duvet and water

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  77. whisky honey and lemon!!! makes you feel better and makes you sleep! simples!!!

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  78. I tend to sleep all illness off :)

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  79. Cuddle up on the sofa in the warmth and watch a film

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  80. Day and night nurse, best medicine i have found

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  81. warm blanket & a hot water bottle

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  82. junk food and lots of boxsets to keep me going x

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  83. Oranges, lemons and Metatone help perk me up.

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  84. A mug of hot blackcurrant usually helps me to feel better

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  85. Warm veggie soups, fluffy socks, scented candles and good books to read :)

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  86. Lots of teas and cosy blanket :)

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  87. xhixken soup
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  88. Curl up in bed with a good book and drink warm water with honey and lemon.

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  89. I sip manuka honey slowly off a spoon - it mustn't be put in hot water or it deactivates the antiviral/antibacterial element. It really does help with all sorts of viruses.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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