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Free Nurture Replenish intensive pigmentation reducing complex worth £15.45 @ Healthspan when buying another Nuture product. £4.90

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Get a free Nurture Replenish intensive pigmentation reducing complex worth £15.45, 30ml tube when you buy any other product in the nurture range. Item is added automatically to your basket. I just bo…
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Huh, weird, just added the face wash to the basket and it gave me £2 off anyway, so the code couldn't be applied. oO Changed it to £4.90. :)
Thanks! Was posting in a hurry! But the minimum is actually £4.90 once you use code HSEMXFE (£2 loyality discount code) Have just posted it in vouchers: http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/2-loyalty-discount-any-order-healthspan-1831181

Edited By: yumbag1 on Feb 19, 2014 15:51
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Thanks for posting. Have made it a bit clearer in the title that you have to buy something else, and the minimum spend is £6.90 once postage is included. :)

There's also a £3 off £15 spend code available:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/3-off-a-15-spend-using-offer-code-healthspan-1794927
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Healthspan: Free Replenish Lip & Eye Contour Serum worth £10.95 when you buy any other product in the Nurture range.

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Got this in an email from Healthspan- just bought something myself (Nurture facewash- £4.95 in the sale) Pretty good deal as free product costs normally £10.95 and is actually a great eyecream. Just
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Healthspan.co.uk - 50% Off Sale

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50% off quite a few of their more popular supplements, and lots of other items in the sale. Examples: MagnesiumMore half price: £3.20 Ginkgo & GinsengMore half price: £3.95 Panax Ginseng More…
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Besford


It's not Healthspan specifically - just the overwhelming majority of 'healthfoods' and supplements are of no benefit at best or potentially harmful at worst. You'll notice how reticent they are about making claims which they can't support - they just cleverly imply possible benefits without the risk of getting themselves into trouble. They prey on the gullible. Most of these things aren't properly tested or regulated like medicines either.


Can't got wrong with a solid Multivitamin and joint suppoprt!


Unless you are short of some vitamins, eg from a weird diet or whatever, the ones you take will do exactly as I said - exit down the toilet. Some can even be dangerous in excess.

What makes you think you need them?
Besford


It's not Healthspan specifically - just the overwhelming majority of 'healthfoods' and supplements are of no benefit at best or potentially harmful at worst. You'll notice how reticent they are about making claims which they can't support - they just cleverly imply possible benefits without the risk of getting themselves into trouble. They prey on the gullible. Most of these things aren't properly tested or regulated like medicines either.


Can't got wrong with a solid Multivitamin and joint suppoprt!
chocolategirl
Besford
Save yourself the trouble of swallowing them - just pour them directly down the loo - same effect!Snake oil. Save your money.

why do you say that?
I often buy from them.


It's not Healthspan specifically - just the overwhelming majority of 'healthfoods' and supplements are of no benefit at best or potentially harmful at worst. You'll notice how reticent they are about making claims which they can't support - they just cleverly imply possible benefits without the risk of getting themselves into trouble. They prey on the gullible. Most of these things aren't properly tested or regulated like medicines either.
Besford
Save yourself the trouble of swallowing them - just pour them directly down the loo - same effect!Snake oil. Save your money.

why do you say that?
I often buy from them.
Save yourself the trouble of swallowing them - just pour them directly down the loo - same effect!

Snake oil. Save your money.
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Big sale up to 50 % - Healthspan - free delivery

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Very good deals - vitamins, herbs, extracts ... Examples: Acai Berry - 2,000mg half price: £5.95 Bilberry Extract half price: £6.45 Cranberry half price: £4.95 Ginkgo & Ginseng half price: £3.…
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Besford
Good prices but take the effort out of the process - just tip them directly down the toilet rather than swallowing them first.

If you eat a decent, balanced diet and don't have a dietary disfunction you don't need this snake oil. If you do NEED it the NHS will give you proper advice. Some of these things can actually be harmful in excess too.


Utter rubbish!

With industrialized agriculture the soils are now severely depleted in minerals resulting in vegetables that are depleted in nutritional value. Some reports say down to 10% of what they were 100 years ago.

The human body can't produce it's own supply of certain vitamins, eg. vitamin C, and needs supplementing.

Likewise with vitamin D in northern climes in the winter.

One of the main causes of disease in affluent western society is, ironically, nutritional deficiency.


Believe that if you wish.

The obesity epidemic is just one piece of evidence to the contrary.

The vitamin D deficiency is almost entirely within Asia communities who keep all skin covered (we need sunlight to metabolise vitamin D).

I repeat, if you have a normal balanced diet you don't need these. If you have a medical problem the NHS is there to help but will not engage in voodoo medicine.

Can you enlighten us as to which vegetables have lost 90% of their nutritional value or did you just make that bit up?


Edited By: Besford on Jan 18, 2012 17:48
Besford
Good prices but take the effort out of the process - just tip them directly down the toilet rather than swallowing them first.

If you eat a decent, balanced diet and don't have a dietary disfunction you don't need this snake oil. If you do NEED it the NHS will give you proper advice. Some of these things can actually be harmful in excess too.


Utter rubbish!

With industrialized agriculture the soils are now severely depleted in minerals resulting in vegetables that are depleted in nutritional value. Some reports say down to 10% of what they were 100 years ago.

The human body can't produce it's own supply of certain vitamins, eg. vitamin C, and needs supplementing.

Likewise with vitamin D in northern climes in the winter.

One of the main causes of disease in affluent western society is, ironically, nutritional deficiency.
Good prices but take the effort out of the process - just tip them directly down the toilet rather than swallowing them first.

If you eat a decent, balanced diet and don't have a dietary disfunction you don't need this snake oil. If you do NEED it the NHS will give you proper advice. Some of these things can actually be harmful in excess too.
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healthspan 50% sale now on free uk delivery @ healthspan

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quality vitamins & supplements at a fraction of the high st price
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compare lipo carn


Whatever that is??

Might well be good for particular items, in which case post them specifically.
Just for the stuff I buy, they don't beat the main supplier I use. (that's not cheapest for everything I buy either) I also find they don't stock some of the stuff I buy either - and that's one of the main reasons for using a Channel Islands supplier, they usually stock stuff that's not available legitimately in the rest of the UK as different laws apply, and are easier than getting them from the USA!

Edited By: nihcaj on Jan 04, 2011 16:07: correction
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50% is just marketing waffle.Every single item I buy, that I compared was cheaper athttp://www.healthmonthly.co.uk at their normal prices. Some items are cheaper elsewhere, that isn't making out they are the cheapest around.(both are Channel Islands suppliers so like with Play.com you wait longer for delivery

compare lipo carn
50% is just marketing waffle.

Every single item I buy, that I compared was cheaper at http://www.healthmonthly.co.uk at their normal prices. Some items are cheaper elsewhere, that isn't making out they are the cheapest around.
(both are Channel Islands suppliers so like with Play.com you wait longer for delivery
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Optiflex Glucosamine 360 tablets - £12.95 delivered @ Healthspan

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78% cheaper than h&b Loads of other health items cheaper than h&b
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Summer Sale @ Healthy Direct - Free P&P + 25% Quidco

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Up to half price on selected items. Don't forget to use the 10% voucher code for orders more than £35. And the massive 25% Quidco. Topped up my stock of Glucosamine to keep the bones moving. :-) Top
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1-a-day A-Z Multi-Vitamins & Minerals for Women 360 tabs £6.49 delivered @ Healthy Direct

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Vitamin A (Retinol) 800 mcg (100% RDA) Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol) 5 mcg (100% RDA) Vitamin E (alpha tocopherol) 10 mg (100% RDA) Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 60 mg (100% RDA) Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
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Anyone who voted Cold care to say why?

You won't get 360 vitamin and mineral tablets anywhere for this price.


Also go through Quidco and get [SIZE="3"]25%.[/SIZE]

Good Luck.
That's a good price for years supply of multi-vitamins. Good find. :thumbsup:

Maybe it's the men that are voting it cold. :whistling:
Anyone who voted Cold care to say why?

You won't get 360 vitamin and mineral tablets anywhere for this price.
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Up to Half price Autumn Sale @ Healthy Direct - plus Free Delivery and £2 Off £10 spend !

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Check out the up to half price Autumn sale @ Healthy Direct ! They have a small selection of sale items with Free delivery on all UK orders - remember to check out their clearance corner too. For a…
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The voucher code that you entered was not found - maybe you made a typo?
And they give a massive 25% via Quidco too.
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Up to Half price Sale @ Healthy Direct - plus 25% Off discount code! (works on sale items)

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Healthy Direct currently have up to 50% Off a small selection of sale items .. but, even better you can get an extra 25% discount on these items using Discount code: WELCOMEBACK25 Delivery is FREE on…
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Excellent! Thanks for the tip Big Bum - i'll add that to the op :)
excellent code - I have also posted a £2 off £10 offer code here HF234

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/189191/2-off-10-healthy-direct-25-quidco-2/

which can be used with your checkout voucher code - so you get both discounts
Great just ordered, been waiting on a good code.

Thanks :thumbsup:
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180 Creatine tablets only £3.99 delivered.... + free Item

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bloody bargain,.. its the cheapest i have seen may not be for every one,,, but the best price i have seen plus free 30 pot of pomagranate
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Makes no difference what you eat.

Creatine merely pulls water into your muscles, for which there are 'possibly' 2 benefits.

Firstly, it gives you a 'pumped' after you've been taking them for at least 2-3 weeks.
Secondly, it is supposed to help both the stamina of your muscles, and also speed up recovery time after working out (not exactly proven, but enough people have said it works to have some faith in it).

But there's also a couple of problems with these tablets.
Firstly, and most importantly, results with this type of creatine (monohydrate) isn't always that great. It has a habit of attracting the water around the muscle, instead of into it. This gives your body more of a bloated look and doesn't help your muscles in any way.

Secondly, these tablets are only 700mg. The recomended dose for creatine monohydrate is 2 x 5g doses a day (the 3-4 capsules a dat they recomend on that site is a jokee, you'd be likely to see no benefit at all with a dosage like that). That is 14 of these capsules a day, so that 180 capsule pot isn't looking so cheap now...

If you want better results you should find some creatine ethyl ester powder. It may cost more £ per gram, BUT, the daily dosage is 2 x 2.5g a day, so it lasts twice as long. CEE is also more effective at pulling the water into your muscles, so you're more likely to benefit from using it.

Also, don't forget the effects of creatine are TEMPORARY, a few weeks after you stop taking it you'll lose the pumped look it gives you, and your stamina and recovery times will go back to normal.

EDIT: One other VERY important point, if you do choose to use either type of creatine, you MUST drink at least an extra litre of water a day (every normal person should drink 3 litres a day, not the bare minimum of 2 litres that doctors recomend. So if you take these capsules drink 4 litres a day).


wise words!:thumbsup:
thrustmaster;1909265
I think these may benefit me being a vegetarian


Makes no difference what you eat.

Creatine merely pulls water into your muscles, for which there are 'possibly' 2 benefits.

Firstly, it gives you a 'pumped' look after you've been taking them for at least 2-3 weeks.
Secondly, it is supposed to help both the stamina of your muscles, and also speed up recovery time after working out (not exactly proven, but enough people have said it works to have some faith in it).

But there's also a couple of problems with these tablets.
Firstly, and most importantly, results with this type of creatine (monohydrate) isn't always that great. It has a habit of attracting the water around the muscle, instead of into it. This gives your body more of a bloated look and doesn't help your muscles in any way.

Secondly, these tablets are only 700mg. The recomended dose for creatine monohydrate is 2 x 5g doses a day (the 3-4 capsules a dat they recomend on that site is a joke, you'd be likely to see no benefit at all with a dosage like that). That is 14 of these capsules a day, so that 180 capsule pot isn't looking so cheap now...

If you want better results you should find some creatine ethyl ester powder. It may cost more £ per gram, BUT, the daily dosage is 2 x 2.5g a day, so it lasts twice as long. CEE is also more effective at pulling the water into your muscles, so you're more likely to benefit from using it.

Also, don't forget the effects of creatine are TEMPORARY, a few weeks after you stop taking it you'll lose the pumped look it gives you, and your stamina and recovery times will go back to normal.

EDIT: One other VERY important point, if you do choose to use either type of creatine, you MUST drink at least an extra litre of water a day (every normal person should drink 3 litres a day, not the bare minimum of 2 litres that doctors recomend. So if you take these capsules drink 4 litres a day).
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plus free 30 pot of pomagranate
3 quid after quidco,... le bargain
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Nice one ! Free delivery and i also got this message at checkout heh

You have received a FREE Pot of 30 Pomegranate for shopping with us today.


your welcome
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Healthspan sale has now started, up to 50% off selected products

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50% off on some of their multi vitamins and other supplements and smaller discounts on some others, Free P&P on all UK orders
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My mum orders loads from them and swears by [url]

http://www.healthspan.co.uk/joint_care/glucosamine_optiflex_hcl_plus_chondroitin_500mg_100mg-c124p1545870.html[/url]

I use this http://www.healthspan.co.uk/immunity/echinacea_tablets_3200mg_with_60mg_vitamin_c_cold_and_flu_defence-c145p258.html but it's not in the sale
:x but it's still a good price.

They are always reliable and customer service is very good
I've used Healthspan a few times - good service and delivery (usually within 10 working days).

Most of the popular products seem to be included in the sale and free P&P to mainland UK - which is a standard feature i think.
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Dr Scurr's Zinopin - a natural remedy to prevent DVT £11.99 and Buy one get one free

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I was looking to buy this for a family member going on a long haul flight over the festive period. The regular price in most places is £14.99.... found them on Healthy Direct for £11.99 and BOGOF! De…
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I really dont get why people feel the need to vote a deal cold just because it doesn't appeal to them. The fact remains you are getting this supplement for basically less than half the price of other places, so how can that be a bad deal?

It means a lot of people end up missing out on many deals as hotukdeals automatically lists the Hot deals, you have to click on "new" to see all the deals, which I'm sure many dont do as they think that the cold deals are not worth reading.

I have found many good deals that I've ended up going for, that have slipped by unnoticed by many, as other members voted them cold.

I'm sure it must put other people off posting the deals they've found, what's the point of going to all that effort when others will vote it cold and many will not even see it.
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Don't drink alcohol before and during a flight, drink plenty of water and move around if you can. Get some of those elastic stockings. Most of all don't waste £12 on some hocus pocus rubbish.


This supplement is basically Pycnogenol which has plenty of scientific evidence to show that it does the same job as Aspirin. Just because it was not produced by some large Pharmaceutical Company does not mean it's hocus pocus, there are some well respected health experts who have recommended this product.

I agree with your precautionary advice which is mostly common sense, however I'd also prefer they took this supplement as backup, it certainly wont do any harm and might just do some good.
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MMmmmmmm snakeoil!
Don't drink alcohol before and during a flight, drink plenty of water and move around if you can. Get some of those elastic stockings. Most of all don't waste £12 on some hocus pocus rubbish.
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Save Up To 60% on Minerals, Vitamins and Supplements at HealthyDirect.Co.UK

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HealthyDirect.co.uk are having a sale throughout Januaray with savings of up to 60%. Save on vitamins, minerals and supplements. Buy through QuidCo to earn cashback, or use the direct link opposite...…
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If you've not brought from them before, you can get 24% cashback via quidco for all orders placed in the first 45 days of becoming a customer.
Very good deals. Have been avoiding holland and barret due to there stupid prices they make up.

Thanks Alot
Come on everyone - new years resolutions! Get FIT & HEALTHY !!! :viking:

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awesome

was just about to post what tommyt said

just ordered myself £13.85 worth of vitamins

now £10.85 :D:viking:
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Nice one tommyt :thumbsup: it's now attached to ray's OP along with the 10% off code, i'd totally overlooked them ...
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Healthy Direct - Vitamin and Supplement Sale

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I use Healthy Direct myself and find their Vitamins and Supplements very keenly priced and you get free delivery on orders over £10. A lot of their products are also suitable for vegetarians! Check o…
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For anyone with pets (cats or dogs) with arthritis, or age related joint problems, or even hip problems on the larger dogs, etc. I buy the Pet Joint Supplement from this site

Good to know thanks CWhatley :)
I think rpoints and maybe greasypalm give cashbacks on second and further orders..but quidco' s best for the first one.
Yes, Quidco is 23% on first order only, but then no rate after that.
For anyone with pets (cats or dogs) with arthritis, or age related joint problems, or even hip problems on the larger dogs, etc. I buy the Pet Joint Supplement from this site (didn't know about quidco, thanks! save a bit!)

The vet recommended I use a low strength glucosamine and some vitamin tablets for my dogs joint problems, I looked around and found this and I think it has really helped.

Recommend it to anyone with a pet in need of a little bit of a boost to their joints and immune system.
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Thanks for the info currychops :thumbsup:
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Healthy Direct - Vitamin and Supplement Sale

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I use Healthy Direct myself and find their Vitamins and Supplements very keenly priced plus you get free delivery on orders over £10. A lot of their products are also suitable for vegetarians! Check
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