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Comvita 500ml olive leaf extract - Mixed berry flavour - £11.50 @ Bodykind

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I am a big fan of this, especially during the winter months for immune system support. It is potentially anti-viral (the active ingredient / polyphenol is Oleuoropein), and the concentration is muc…
I am a big fan of this, especially during the winter months for immune system support. It is potentially anti-viral (the active ingredient / polyphenol is Oleuoropein), and the concentration is muc…
MBCH Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago25 Comments
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Whilst not exactly expensive, it's probably a waste of time. You cannot cure or prevent colds and flu with something like this and there are many unvalidated health claims being promoted on the Internet.

If you eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, exercise, don't smoke etc then your immune system will be fine as it can be. Unfortunately this advice isn't really marketable so the supplement industry has to resort to the latest miracle products. Anyone remember raspberry ketones and acai pills? :P


I can see your point regarding mixed info and "claims" on the internet, but this does contain a polyphenol called Oleuropein. The berries we buy in supermarkets (as one example) also contain their specific polyphenols.....and the evidence for many of these is very mixed and contradictory......yet we still consume large numbers as part of a "balanced diet". For me, alongside intensive gym training, full time work and family commitments, this extract HAS helped in terms of immune boosting during the winter months, as it is the only variable I can isolate since when a couple of viruses would "take hold" each winter and give me a cold / strep throat etc. So, it is personal and I think worth a try for people at this price point? As with any supplement or food source, there will be responders and non-responders :)


​well strep throat isn't viral, so won't have helped there. polyphenols whilst thought to be beneficial to human health have also proven to be highly toxic when taken in excessive amounts, in products such as supplements and extracts so exercise some caution, as just because it says on the Internet it's good for you, it isn't always so.


Yeah I guess this can go to and fro, as any nutrition / vitamin / supplement topic always divides opinion. Again, I only posted the deal as has proved very beneficial to me, and at 5ml a day I would imagine side effects / harm is unlikely! good knowledge on strep throat (shouldn't have included that as an example I guess :)) anyway, it is a good price for the product, and my aim was to spread that info to HUKD - People can make their own minds up :)


​fair play. however having designed supplements for holland and barrett in a previous life, there is a lot more chaff than wheat in the supplement market.
mikeey84
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yrreb88
Whilst not exactly expensive, it's probably a waste of time. You cannot cure or prevent colds and flu with something like this and there are many unvalidated health claims being promoted on the Internet.

If you eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, exercise, don't smoke etc then your immune system will be fine as it can be. Unfortunately this advice isn't really marketable so the supplement industry has to resort to the latest miracle products. Anyone remember raspberry ketones and acai pills? :P


I can see your point regarding mixed info and "claims" on the internet, but this does contain a polyphenol called Oleuropein. The berries we buy in supermarkets (as one example) also contain their specific polyphenols.....and the evidence for many of these is very mixed and contradictory......yet we still consume large numbers as part of a "balanced diet". For me, alongside intensive gym training, full time work and family commitments, this extract HAS helped in terms of immune boosting during the winter months, as it is the only variable I can isolate since when a couple of viruses would "take hold" each winter and give me a cold / strep throat etc. So, it is personal and I think worth a try for people at this price point? As with any supplement or food source, there will be responders and non-responders :)


​well strep throat isn't viral, so won't have helped there. polyphenols whilst thought to be beneficial to human health have also proven to be highly toxic when taken in excessive amounts, in products such as supplements and extracts so exercise some caution, as just because it says on the Internet it's good for you, it isn't always so.


Yeah I guess this can go to and fro, as any nutrition / vitamin / supplement topic always divides opinion. Again, I only posted the deal as has proved very beneficial to me, and at 5ml a day I would imagine side effects / harm is unlikely! good knowledge on strep throat (shouldn't have included that as an example I guess :)) anyway, it is a good price for the product, and my aim was to spread that info to HUKD - People can make their own minds up :)
MBCH
yrreb88
Whilst not exactly expensive, it's probably a waste of time. You cannot cure or prevent colds and flu with something like this and there are many unvalidated health claims being promoted on the Internet.

If you eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, exercise, don't smoke etc then your immune system will be fine as it can be. Unfortunately this advice isn't really marketable so the supplement industry has to resort to the latest miracle products. Anyone remember raspberry ketones and acai pills? :P


I can see your point regarding mixed info and "claims" on the internet, but this does contain a polyphenol called Oleuropein. The berries we buy in supermarkets (as one example) also contain their specific polyphenols.....and the evidence for many of these is very mixed and contradictory......yet we still consume large numbers as part of a "balanced diet". For me, alongside intensive gym training, full time work and family commitments, this extract HAS helped in terms of immune boosting during the winter months, as it is the only variable I can isolate since when a couple of viruses would "take hold" each winter and give me a cold / strep throat etc. So, it is personal and I think worth a try for people at this price point? As with any supplement or food source, there will be responders and non-responders :)


​well strep throat isn't viral, so won't have helped there. polyphenols whilst thought to be beneficial to human health have also proven to be highly toxic when taken in excessive amounts, in products such as supplements and extracts so exercise some caution, as just because it says on the Internet it's good for you, it isn't always so.
Onlydongles
I would suggest instead try the Indian Gooseberry mixture/tonic called "Chyavanprash". Available from big Indian groceries and shops.
Its ayurvedic and highly recommended. Wont regret it as a general tonic and immune booster. The recipe goes back millenia and is proven!
Dangerous advice! Please ignore the above, you simply dont know what's in the bottle- and it will certainly kill anyone allergic to nuts
yrreb88
Whilst not exactly expensive, it's probably a waste of time. You cannot cure or prevent colds and flu with something like this and there are many unvalidated health claims being promoted on the Internet.

If you eat a balanced diet, get enough sleep, exercise, don't smoke etc then your immune system will be fine as it can be. Unfortunately this advice isn't really marketable so the supplement industry has to resort to the latest miracle products. Anyone remember raspberry ketones and acai pills? :P


I can see your point regarding mixed info and "claims" on the internet, but this does contain a polyphenol called Oleuropein. The berries we buy in supermarkets (as one example) also contain their specific polyphenols.....and the evidence for many of these is very mixed and contradictory......yet we still consume large numbers as part of a "balanced diet". For me, alongside intensive gym training, full time work and family commitments, this extract HAS helped in terms of immune boosting during the winter months, as it is the only variable I can isolate since when a couple of viruses would "take hold" each winter and give me a cold / strep throat etc. So, it is personal and I think worth a try for people at this price point? As with any supplement or food source, there will be responders and non-responders :)
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Lumie Bodyclock Active 250 was £100 now £80.00 + 5% quidco

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Good price, i have just bought one and I'm very impressed, theres so many features on this one that the starter 30 doesn't have including radio, use as a bed side light (you can adjust how bright it g…
Good price, i have just bought one and I'm very impressed, theres so many features on this one that the starter 30 doesn't have including radio, use as a bed side light (you can adjust how bright it g…
jonah1958 Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago1 Comment
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Wake up lights are useful, my wife really struggles in the winter months without one. I'm still a bit surprised that they cost so much money for a low efficiency light bulb and an FM radio. We had a Phillips one which was OK, but not particularly bright. It lasted about 3 years before refusing to switch on. We replaced it with a Lumie 2 years ago. I replaced the bulb in it once early in its life (they aren't cheap either). Recently it's started to randomly switch on and off, so it's now useless.

I think I'm going to hack together a Raspberry Pi zero and a high brightness LED table lamp to do the same thing for far less money. The battle will be making sure it's reliable.
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Epsom Salt 5kg HALF PRICE + 10% DISCOUNT £6.74 @ Bodykind

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Best deal and price I have found on Epsom Salt. The 1kg bag is also half price. 10% Discount Code - JULY16 The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other
Best deal and price I have found on Epsom Salt. The 1kg bag is also half price. 10% Discount Code - JULY16 The wonders of Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other
mz_ghanchi Avatar7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago12 Comments
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ordered :D
these salts are great to soak in in the bath with some radox added <3
50KG DELIVERED for £42.50 with NE65J = 85p per kg or £4.25 per 5kg

http://westlabsalts.co.uk/collections/pure-salts/products/westlab-pure-epsom-salt-25kg

Dissolve salts in a bath of 37-39°C. Relax and soak for 20 minutes.

For a treatment bath simply add 500g-1KG and soak for 20 minutes.

For general well-being add 250g to your normal bath.

Tip: Try adding 200g to a foot bath to help relax tired and aching feet.
Jiwani80
What's this for please?
Good for sore muscles after working out etc,So I have been told
Cassie1312
As stuffandthangs said, much cheaper in Home Bargains, think it is either £2.99 or £3.99.
Thats £2.99 for 1kg. This is a 5kg bag!
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Lumie Bodyclock Starter - Sunrise Alarm Clock £45.86 @ bodykind

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Lumie Bodyclock Starter - Sunrise Alarm Clock. Already 10% off add a further 15% by adding code - Bodykind15 at checkout. Also a possible 5% discount off too with Quidco. Mine has tracked.
Lumie Bodyclock Starter - Sunrise Alarm Clock. Already 10% off add a further 15% by adding code - Bodykind15 at checkout. Also a possible 5% discount off too with Quidco. Mine has tracked.
samanthalight Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago2 Comments
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These just didn't work for me, I just leave the skylight blind open now..... Seems to do the same job lol.
good light, but the alarm volume could raise the dead, shame there's no volume control on mine.
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BRITA Optimax Cool 8.5 Litre with 1 Free filter + Free delivery - £31.96 @ Bodykind

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This water filter uses MEMO - The electronic cartridge exchange indicator which automatically reminds you to change the cartridge every 4 weeks. The Optimax Cool Brita Water Filter features: NEW…
This water filter uses MEMO - The electronic cartridge exchange indicator which automatically reminds you to change the cartridge every 4 weeks. The Optimax Cool Brita Water Filter features: NEW…
jD247 Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago5 Comments
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I saw that too since I was looking to buy the cheapest. But he is not a eBay top seller and then I would also like warranty with this item. The tap is my concern so a warranty would come in handy.
thr0tt
for little more you can fit your own filter water tap at your sink, we use a change filter every 3-6 months much less hassle but understand if you ndont want the initial effort for the gains.
Some of us rent houses and landlords don't allow any room for change! I think this comes in very handy.
for little more you can fit your own filter water tap at your sink, we use a change filter every 3-6 months much less hassle but understand if you ndont want the initial effort for the gains.
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Patrick Holford Get Up and Go Low GL Breakfast Shake - 1000g Powder from bodykind half price £28.23 delivered

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Pretty good stuff this, used to have it with coconut oil for breakfast in mornings not worth full price but defo worth it at this price. Now have it with protein shakes. Tastes okay and lasts about
Pretty good stuff this, used to have it with coconut oil for breakfast in mornings not worth full price but defo worth it at this price. Now have it with protein shakes. Tastes okay and lasts about
Rendog Avatar3y, 1m agoFound 3 years, 1 month ago2 Comments
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Yeah fair play, just a good natural way to fire the vitamins in. Dont worry, if you buy the product you dont have to meet him or anything ;-)

http://www.bodykind.com/product/3690_100-Get-Up-and-Go-Low-GL-1000g-Powder.aspx?
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Bodykind sale, upto 50% off

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Great company. Just bought some pau d'arco tea bags and some vit d3. Hope this helps someone out
Great company. Just bought some pau d'arco tea bags and some vit d3. Hope this helps someone out
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Bodykind: Aroma Home Knitted Snuggle Hotties (Cat, Dog, Rabbit, Duck) for £13.99 down from £19.99, free delivery and 5% Quidco

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Found this after seeing it on Amazon for £16.40 and doing a wee Google search to see if I could get it cheaper. Cat, Dog, Rabbit and Duck at this price, others a bit more. These make lovely
Found this after seeing it on Amazon for £16.40 and doing a wee Google search to see if I could get it cheaper. Cat, Dog, Rabbit and Duck at this price, others a bit more. These make lovely
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Up to 50% off supplements plus free delivery @ bodykind

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Some good deals on in their Spring sale including up to 50% off Patrick Holford supplements and 20% off Better You magnesium sprays. Lots of good deals on supplements.
Some good deals on in their Spring sale including up to 50% off Patrick Holford supplements and 20% off Better You magnesium sprays. Lots of good deals on supplements.
mango888 Avatar3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago1 Comment
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good company
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Rio Sonicleanse £40.00 & Free Delivery At BodyKind 20% Off

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This has come to be known as a more or less exact duplicate of the Clarisonic Facial Cleanser, unfortunately that one can cost you upwards of £100. I've spent all afternoon checking out reviews o…
This has come to be known as a more or less exact duplicate of the Clarisonic Facial Cleanser, unfortunately that one can cost you upwards of £100. I've spent all afternoon checking out reviews o…
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Upto 50% off Supplements and Free UK delivery @ bodykind

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Great Deals. Half price deals on Patrick Holford Low GL diet supplements. http://www.bodykind.com/search/patrick-holford/product/3690-Get-Up-and-Go-Low-GL-1000g-Powder.aspx Just bought…
Great Deals. Half price deals on Patrick Holford Low GL diet supplements. http://www.bodykind.com/search/patrick-holford/product/3690-Get-Up-and-Go-Low-GL-1000g-Powder.aspx Just bought…
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25% off everything at Bodykind today

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Bodykind are celebrating their 6th birthday today and are offering 25% off everything today Thursday 15th April only. They sell mainy vitamins and mineral suppliments and other health care. Used…
Bodykind are celebrating their 6th birthday today and are offering 25% off everything today Thursday 15th April only. They sell mainy vitamins and mineral suppliments and other health care. Used…
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Buy a Lumie bodyclock alarm clock and get a £15 money off voucher @ Bodykind

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Includes a FREE £15 OFF Voucher while stocks last!* on various lumie alarm clocks. If your buying one of these anyway you may aswell get the free voucher. also use attached vouchers to get a disc…
Includes a FREE £15 OFF Voucher while stocks last!* on various lumie alarm clocks. If your buying one of these anyway you may aswell get the free voucher. also use attached vouchers to get a disc…
HARRIA01 Avatar8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago10 Comments
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take it you havent bothered to read any reviews of this product then. its not just a clock with a light you know.


Errr i think it is :-D:p
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Terms and conditions: The £15 OFF voucher is valid on orders over £75 and must be used before 31st December 2008. Only one voucher per household. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.




You have to spend another £75.00 to use the voucher:whistling:
Cold because of above reason, I would have voted hot if it was £15off the clock.
HARRIA01;3372934
could do but voucher doesnt apply just to the cheapest product, it applies to several lumie clocks.
dont want people to say im misleading them!


Terms and conditions: The £15 OFF voucher is valid on orders over £75 and must be used before 31st December 2008. Only one voucher per household. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.




You have to spend another £75.00 to use the voucher:whistling:
HARRIA01;3372732
take it you havent bothered to read any reviews of this product then. its not just a clock with a light you know.


Trouble is, I think this IS just a clock with a light - a light that turns on gradually.... looking at the description, is mentions "SAD" and that is all! Nothing about how high intensity it is, or the frequencies, which is very odd for a product sold for SAD; also as SAD is a recognised medical condition, it should be available vat free... and they don't mention how to get it vat free at all!

If you look at the instructions, all it has is a 60 watt candle lamp!
Geemac;3372829
Why not put £59.95 in the title:?

could do but voucher doesnt apply just to the cheapest product, it applies to several lumie clocks.
dont want people to say im misleading them!
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Brita Acclario Premium 3kW Kettle - Brita Water Filter. Was £49.99 now £39.99

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Brita Acclario Premium 3kW Kettle - Brita Water Filter from Brita Was £49.95 - Now Only £39.95 - You Save 20% Water is our Lifestream Drinking a sufficient amount of water is one of the
Brita Acclario Premium 3kW Kettle - Brita Water Filter from Brita Was £49.95 - Now Only £39.95 - You Save 20% Water is our Lifestream Drinking a sufficient amount of water is one of the
Zapman Avatar9y, 11m agoFound 9 years, 11 months ago6 Comments
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I cut out the 'middle' man and fitted a water filter tap in the kitchen. Very easy to do and the kids love it.
Thanks for the tips guys. As you say you can buy cheaper models elsewhere, but it seems as if the jury is still out on whether they are useful or not. We do use a Brita water filter jug, and put it in the fridge, and then pour it into the kettle as suggested, but I hoping to cut a stage out.

Thanks for taking the time to leave a message anyway.:)
RSteve
With a filter kettle if you want a quick cuppa you need to fill the kettle and wait an age for it to filter through - only then can you boil it



It takes about 40 seconds to fill my filter kettle up to the very top, and about 10 seconds is enough for a cup full, they have fast filters in them nowadays far quicker than the normal ones, not everyone has room for a filter in there fridge either :thumbsup:
Far cheaper to buy one of their own Brita filter jugs (£15-20 max) and then pour that water into a standard kettle! With a filter kettle if you want a quick cuppa you need to fill the kettle and wait an age for it to filter through - only then can you boil it. Keep a Brita filter jug in your fridge always topped up and it's not a problem, AND you get chilled filtered water all the time too, a filter kettle isn't suitable for that. A gimmick.

Can't rate this hot I'm afraid, but won't rate negatively either as it may help someone who is determined to have one.
Welcome to HUKD zapman :)

I have this kettle and it's crap. Awkward to use and when filling it becomes unbalanced and top heavy.

http://www.bodykind.com/images/products/brita-acc-1.jpg