Oklahoma tornado victims to receive nutritional support from Wellesse Premium Liquid Supplements

Americans affected by devastating Oklahoma tornadoes will receive nutritional support from Wellesse Premium Liquid Supplements. Wellesse has shipped 7,800 bottles of WELLESSE Liquid Multivitamin valued at over $77,000 to aid the victims of the Oklahoma Tornadoes. Nourish America will be able to use this donation to address the ongoing nutritional needs of victims, first responders and emergency workers to help support them during the stressful recovery efforts. 

"Our hearts go out to the families and communities affected by these devastating tornadoes. Maintaining health and addressing nutrient shortfalls is challenging even at the best of times so we hope our donation of Wellesse liquid Multivitamins will make it a little easier for them when nutrition is vital to so many people," said Sharon Beerman of Wellesse.    

Research shows that during times of trauma and crisis, essential nutrients are depleted in the body, which can increase fatigue, depression and inaction. Even with good intentions, resorting to fast and convenient foods and soda may be the only available options; unfortunately, many of these types of foods and beverages are not optimal in satisfying the bodies daily needs. Providing an easy and convenient way to get essential vitamins and nutrients to victims and families will give them one less thing to worry about during this stressful time.

With unprecedented devastation affecting so many areas, this donation from Wellesse will help support Nourish America's valuable work and continued Oklahoma Tornado relief efforts - ensuring donated nutritional items are available to support the needs of many people in this region.


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