Centrum Performance Vitamins 3 for £10 in Asda, normally  £6.77 each
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Centrum Performance Vitamins 3 for £10 in Asda, normally £6.77 each

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Found 13th Jun 2010
Asda again has 3 for £10 on Centrum Multivitamins 30 tablets in store and online until 28/09. This makes it £3.33 each, which is the best price I could find.
Normall prices are:
Centrum Advance £4.77 each (save £4.31)
Centum Advance 50+ £4.97 (save £4.91)
Centrum Performance £6.77 (save £10.31)!

I that some may think that taking vitamins is not really healthy, but here we discuss deals and this is a very good one! It has been posted before, but expired and now they have the deal again.

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Good deal for the Centrum product but these are vastly overpriced anyway. Equivalent high quality 50+ A-Z vitamin supplements with lutein and Q10 are available at Lidl for £3.29 for 100 tablets.

Centrum, made by Wyeth who manufacture some very nasty drugs and medications, is this a top quality supplement or is it manufactured at the lowest possible price to allow huge profits, hmmm a drug company wanting to make huge profit, that can't be right can it, they really want to give you the best nutritional supplements, yeah right. Studies have shown that Centrum tablets have a Bioavailability of around 2%, that means 2% of the product is actually absorbed and used by the body succesfully. A good rule of thumb is to NEVER buy multivitamins available in high street stores, they are all of poor quality packed with lots of additives and preservatives. I dont think there are many studies on multivitamins but one of the biggest in linked below. Bottom line is I personally wouldn't buy these, hence COLD.

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Centrum, made by Wyeth who manufacture some very nasty drugs and … Centrum, made by Wyeth who manufacture some very nasty drugs and medications, is this a top quality supplement or is it manufactured at the lowest possible price to allow huge profits, hmmm a drug company wanting to make huge profit, that can't be right can it, they really want to give you the best nutritional supplements, yeah right. Studies have shown that Centrum tablets have a Bioavailability of around 2%, that means 2% of the product is actually absorbed and used by the body succesfully. A good rule of thumb is to NEVER buy multivitamins available in high street stores, they are all of poor quality packed with lots of additives and preservatives. I dont think there are many studies on multivitamins but one of the biggest in linked below. Bottom line is I personally wouldn't buy these, hence COLD.]http://www.docstoc.com/docs/405307/Multivitamin-Guide



Good post mate ;-)

Not voted either way. But I've always wondered about these multivitamins. Always though it was a conflict of interests, selling tablets that allegedly keep you fit and healthy, when in truth they prefer you were run down and ill, so you'll hopefully then buy all kinds of other remedies from them!
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