Wellman's x30 Multivitamin £4.56 (Usually £6.85) @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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I take them everyday at breakfast, specially after my early morning weights sessions at the gym. At this price guess i'll have to stock up!!!

To help maintain health, vitality, energy release for men of all ages.

#1 UK MEN'S SUPPLEMENT BRAND.

Health, Vitality & Energy Release. Wellman® has been developed to help maintain health in men of all ages. It is ideal for those with a hectic lifestyle and is used by professional sportsmen to help them maintain optimal nutrient levels during training. Unlike a general multivitamin the nutrient levels have been specifically formulated for men, often providing MORE THAN 100% of the Recommended Daily Allowance.
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#1
Whats the difference with these vitamins compared with multivitamins a third of the price for double the amount, nothing I suspect.
banned#2
vitamin supplements are a con for 99% of the population. Not only do they not do any good in the average adult with average diet, they have been linked to early death.
vitamin D may be an exception to this rule although the jury is still out on that one
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Mascherano
vitamin supplements are a con for 99% of the population. Not only do they not do any good in the average adult with average diet, they have been linked to early death.
vitamin D may be an exception to this rule although the jury is still out on that one


thank you for your scaremongering boll0cks:thumbsup:
#4
Mascherano
vitamin supplements are a con for 99% of the population. Not only do they not do any good in the average adult with average diet, they have been linked to early death.
vitamin D may be an exception to this rule although the jury is still out on that one


The natural route is always the better way, but the funny thing is, this specific product seems to be always out of stock or there is one left whenever i go to sainsbury's to buy it. So im sure this stuff isn't as bad as you say it is.
#5
stiffnuts
thank you for your scaremongering boll0cks:thumbsup:


Wrong. He speaks the truth. I remember reading it on BBC website, and here's an article on the BMJ site:

http://www.bmj.com/cgi/content/full/310/6994/1563
banned#6
These are 3for2 in boots.
banned#7
rimz790
The natural route is always the better way, but the funny thing is, this specific product seems to be always out of stock or there is one left whenever i go to sainsbury's to buy it. So im sure this stuff isn't as bad as you say it is.


The vitamin pill-peddlers have massive marketing budgets and influence over gullible buyers. I wasn't scaremongering when I said vitamin supplements have been linked to early death, you know that you need oxidants to live dont you? Dont fall for the antioxidant marketing myth.

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