Centrum Advance Multivitamin 30pk £3 @ Wilko
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Centrum Advance Multivitamin 30pk £3 @ Wilko

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Found 25th FebEdited by:"clubof"
Centrum Advance Multivitamin 30pk
Wilko in-store and online
Was £4.50 now £3.00

Also Centrum for Men/ Woman
Was £7.00 now £4.65
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Okay if you like Centrum, personally I'd buy a pack of Costco Kirkland Multi Vits which cost around £15 for 500
Edited by: "intime" 25th Feb
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These give me joint pain. I thought I was developing arthritis in my hands when I took these
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doublecuffs22 m ago

These give me joint pain. I thought I was developing arthritis in my hands …These give me joint pain. I thought I was developing arthritis in my hands when I took these


See a doctor...
doublecuffs32 m ago

These give me joint pain. I thought I was developing arthritis in my hands …These give me joint pain. I thought I was developing arthritis in my hands when I took these


Really? That’s interesting
Apparently, unless there's a specific reason why you NEED to take these, it just makes for vitamin rich urine for anyone with a balanced diet
frakison46 m ago

Apparently, unless there's a specific reason why you NEED to take these, …Apparently, unless there's a specific reason why you NEED to take these, it just makes for vitamin rich urine for anyone with a balanced diet


Vitamen rich urine 😊🤣
I got loads for £1.85 in Waitrose other week
mwkhan691 h, 10 m ago

Vitamen rich urine 😊🤣


Yep, take a Multi-B vitamin capsule and watch your pee glow bright orange as your body flushes most of it out!
Save £3 by not taking them,
If you think you've got a vitamin defficiency see a doctor. Otherwise eat some fruit n veg.
143AD2 h, 53 m ago

I got loads for £1.85 in Waitrose other week


You should have Posted it?.

As that was clearly a better Deal at the time. :-)

That Deal is not still on by any chance is it?, lol.

Though the OP's Deal is good also.
143AD12 h, 24 m ago

I got loads for £1.85 in Waitrose other week


Do you think this price is still there? I want to buy loads too
Eat properly. No need for these products.
Lets take for example, an Orange. It has Vitamin C. Is it only the Vitamin C at work when you're eating an orange? Or is it the entire organic balance of the fruit, with its many perfectly balanced chemicals easing the passage of the Vitamin C?

And I would say its the same for any other Vitamin, once extracted from source it doesn't have its original balance and therefore cant be absorbed in the same, balanced, smooth and natural way in which it could when eaten from source.
Went to a big Wilko store and there were none of these to be seen. Just the performance ones although they were less than £3 a pack.

Ended up getting 90 multivitamins with minerals tablets from savers for about £2.69 instead.
Syanideuk3 h, 23 m ago

Lets take for example, an Orange. It has Vitamin C. Is it only the Vitamin …Lets take for example, an Orange. It has Vitamin C. Is it only the Vitamin C at work when you're eating an orange? Or is it the entire organic balance of the fruit, with its many perfectly balanced chemicals easing the passage of the Vitamin C?And I would say its the same for any other Vitamin, once extracted from source it doesn't have its original balance and therefore cant be absorbed in the same, balanced, smooth and natural way in which it could when eaten from source.


Well, it may sound like common sense but it's not reality otherwise none of the drugs you take would be absorbed. Where's your evidence? It's no use just taking your word for it.
Edited by: "supermann" 26th Feb
supermann5 h, 29 m ago

Well, it may sound like common sense but it's not reality otherwise none …Well, it may sound like common sense but it's not reality otherwise none of the drugs you take would be absorbed. Where's your evidence? It's no use just taking your word for it.


Currently to date, there is no clinical scientific evidence to support the theory that taking vitamin supplements is good for you. Fact!
You pay your money, and you take your placebo as you wish then?
Me.really26th Feb

Currently to date, there is no clinical scientific evidence to support the …Currently to date, there is no clinical scientific evidence to support the theory that taking vitamin supplements is good for you. Fact!You pay your money, and you take your placebo as you wish then?


What does that have to do with whether the vitamins are absorbed or not?

It's a strawman argument you created there.

Whether they are good for you really depends on who you are. If you are for example, malnourished or are prone to fractures, they are pretty good for you.
Edited by: "supermann" 26th Feb
Your not taking any information on board though are you?

Vitamin supplements (until proven otherwise), are snake oil.........MALNOURISHED OR NOT!

(Quote): "They are pretty good for you."......is just made up words, no evidence on any clinical level backs up your claim whatsoever?

(Quote): "It does not depend on who you are"......no evidence exists for ALL HUMANS!....Holy Shid, some people.
Edited by: "Me.really" 26th Feb
Me.really26th Feb

Your not taking any information on board though are you?Vitamin …Your not taking any information on board though are you?Vitamin supplements (until proven otherwise), are snake oil.........MALNOURISHED OR NOT!(Quote): "They are pretty good for you."......is just made up words, no evidence on any clinical level backs up your claim whatsoever?(Quote): "It does not depend on who you are"......no evidence exists for ALL HUMANS!....Holy Shid, some people.


Expert bodies contradict your statements. I was merely summarising theirs.

"Expert bodies

A 2006 report by the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality concluded that "regular supplementation with a single nutrient or a mixture of nutrients for years has no significant benefits in the primary prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, cataract, age-related macular degeneration or cognitive decline."[4]However, the report noted that multivitamins have beneficial effects for certain sub-populations, such as people with poor nutritional status, that vitamin D and calcium can help prevent fractures in older people, and that zinc and antioxidants can help prevent age-related macular degeneration in high-risk individuals.[4]

A Cochrane Review on the specific topic of age-related macular degeneration found that "taking vitamin E or beta-carotene supplements will not prevent or delay the onset of age-related macular degeneration."[37]

According to the Harvard School of Public Health: "...many people don’t eat the healthiest of diets. That’s why a multivitamin can help fill in the gaps, and may have added health benefits."[38] The U.S. Office of Dietary Supplements, a branch of the National Institutes of Health, suggests that multivitamin supplements might be helpful for some people with specific health problems (for example, macular degeneration). However, the Office concluded that "most research shows that healthy people who take an MVM [multivitamin] do not have a lower chance of diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, or diabetes. Based on current research, it's not possible to recommend for or against the use of MVMs to stay healthier longer."[3]
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That is collaborative to my indications, not contradictory?...it may benefit your perception, to relate to the difference.
It is largely open to interpretation.

Suffice to say, my original point is pertinent.
Best wishes.
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