Many vitamins roll back at asda to a £1.00 omega-3 fish oil syrup only £1.00 childrens multivitamin liquid honey £1.00 seven seas omega-3 cod liver oil capsules £1.00instores @ asda - HotUKDeals
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i went in my local asda store today seen the have many vitamins for kids adults reduced to £1.00 only !!!

the omega-3 fish oil syrup is very good for kids and adults only reduced to £1.00 i get this all time fo rmy family good stuff

does not show offers online at all but they roll back instore should be nationwide
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http://www.vit-shop.co.uk/store/thumb.php?src=products/large/HAL-3050.jpg&wmax=230&hmax=230&quality=80&bgcol=FFFFFF

omega-3 fish oil orange syrup only 1.00 for kids and adults
#2
How good is the price? Even though that stuff tastes absolutely awful, its good for you.

Heat added for great bargains :-) xx
#3
Not sure what grading these vitamins received in the recent investigation by the Sun paper..... check this out.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1579728.ece

Heat left due to cheap price of these.
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vitamins and nutritional supplements have become a huge industry worth millions. important to remain critical what's "good for you" and what's not really needed. some people have an own interest making you believe that you are deficient in titanium, selenium and zink...
#5
Speaking as a food professional I would say that a lot of these supplements are a waste of time.

They are produced in factories, just like other processed foods. Not very good for you and not very natural.

Example:

The body knows what Vitamin C from strawberries is as it's naturally occuring and can absorb and use it accordingly. Whereas "Vitamin C" in a tablet has no resemblence to natural Vitamin C whatsoever, and so the body uses hardly any of it.

The key is how much you absorb / digest, not how much you take.

I take supplements and they are food based.

Seven Seas are a very good fish oil supplement with very low toxin levels.

Natural foods are much easier to digest because they are natural, simple really :)

Not voted by the way.
#6
cosmic-dust

The body knows what Vitamin C from strawberries is as it's naturally occuring and can absorb and use it accordingly. Whereas "Vitamin C" in a tablet has no resemblence to natural Vitamin C whatsoever, and so the body uses hardly any of it.


I don't get it, surely Vit C is Vit C no matter where it's produced.
If it has no resemblence to natural Vit C then you can't actually call it Vit C !!!!
Unless I'm missing what you're trying to say!!
#7
Why would they make Vit C that you can't absorb?

They have been making synthetic pharmaceutical products for over a century now - are you trying to suggest that as they are synthetic they would not be absorbed by the body? Funny how they are all working....

They even make synthetic drugs that can target certain parts of the body now - if they can do that, why wouldn't they make Vit C that is absorbable?

Does 'food professional' mean 'Burger King Expert',,,,
#8
Vit C ain't the hardest to get at least. Some of the more obscure vits/minerals are a right pain to get in a normal diet though, especially daily (and remember these are mandated by doctors/food standards bodies as necessary for a healthy diet). While I agree that most vitamins in supplements are unnecessary, a multiviatmin tablet at least ensures that you get your daily dose of everything.

As above, the need for things like selenium is pretty dubious in any western diet, although it's a problem in China because their soil is low in selenium, and thus so is any food grown there. However, on the other hand things like magnesium are really important for a whole range of body functions, and lots of people eat very little that contains it (leafy veg, nuts, wholegrain stuff). Extra VitD will be needed if you work nights, or in the far north during winter, cos it comes from sunlight. It all depends on your diet/lifestyle.


By the way, a major advantage of Omega3 from pills is they can be filtered to remove the garbage in our oceans and rivers, especially heavy metals which oily fish absorb readily. A FSA report from a few years back tested lots of fish oil tablets and found this filtering worked really well, they couldn't detect any more than trace elements of whatever metals they were looking for.
#9
stphnstevey
Why would they make Vit C that you can't absorb?

They have been making synthetic pharmaceutical products for over a century now - are you trying to suggest that as they are synthetic they would not be absorbed by the body? Funny how they are all working....

They even make synthetic drugs that can target certain parts of the body now - if they can do that, why wouldn't they make Vit C that is absorbable?

Does 'food professional' mean 'Burger King Expert',,,,


Ignorance is bliss :whistling:

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