Seven Seas Men 50+ Complete Multivitamins With Energy release Complex x 28 One A Day Tablets £1 @ Poundland In Store
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Seven Seas Men 50+ Complete Multivitamins With Energy release Complex x 28 One A Day Tablets £1 @ Poundland In Store

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Found 17th Sep 2016Made hot 18th Sep 2016
Picked this up from Argyle Street, Glasgow, earlier. Plenty left. Best Before Date on mine is 3/2017. Photo in Post #1.

Complete Men 50+ Multivitamins with energy release complex, including Ginseng, Guarana and B complex vitamins to support energy levels.

Seven Seas Complete Men 50+ multivitamins are a complete A-Z blend of essential vitamins with minerals at levels tailored for daily health maintenance of men aged 50 and over.

The formula provides seven key benefits to help men aged 50+ get the most out of life everyday and includes the energy-yielding properties of B complex vitamins with ginseng and guarana, combined to support your get-up-an-go.

Magnesium and thiamine for a healthy heart. Iron for healthy blood. Vitamin C and zinc to help support a healthy immune system.

Calcium, vitamin D and magnesium for strong, healthy bones. Vitamins A and C, zinc and vitamin B2 for healthy vision, calcium for normal function of digestive enzymes.

11 Comments

Original Poster

Cheapest I can see them is 3 for £10 from Asda or £5 each groceries.asda.com/pro…159

Was £3.49 at Holland And Barrett (no longer available) hollandandbarrett.com/sho…953
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Also got Burt's Bees Calla Lily Tinted Lip Balm (think this has been mentioned on HUKD somewhere already). Swatches enlightenedmatriarch.blogspot.co.uk/201…tml

This store has more of the Always Infinity towels if anyone's looking for them (I know they get mixed reviews). These have slightly different packaging and are Normal Plus "Maxi Format" x 14.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 18th Sep 2016

good find op, heat added

what is generic consensus on taking multivitamins, i don't take currently but planning to start ?

ahujamit

what is generic consensus on taking multivitamins, i don't take currently … what is generic consensus on taking multivitamins, i don't take currently but planning to start ?



​Very mixed opinions I find, but I heard of someone who had a guinea pig that was very lethargic and losing its coat but after a course of multivitamins it recovered remarkably.

wolvesinwales

​Very mixed opinions I find, but I heard of someone who had a guinea pig … ​Very mixed opinions I find, but I heard of someone who had a guinea pig that was very lethargic and losing its coat but after a course of multivitamins it recovered remarkably.



BAZINGAAAA!!!!

ahujamit

what is generic consensus on taking multivitamins, i don't take currently … what is generic consensus on taking multivitamins, i don't take currently but planning to start ?



There is not much point in taking any if you are otherwise generally healthy and eat fairly well in my opinion. There's a huge amount of marketing involved suggesting many benefits to them when there's no strong evidence supporting their use. Basically for the average person they become expensive urine.

That's not to say they're all useless, they very much do have their place and work very well in certain scenarios. A doctor or dietitian may recommend supplementation for certain conditions where there is or a risk of a deficiency in a micronutrient. Vegans might want to consider a b12 supplement for example and it's now recommended that we take a vitamin D supplement when it's not summer.

A more in depth look here - More evidence that routine multivitamin use should be avoided. There's even some evidence suggesting that vitamins are associated with an increased risk of cancer.

Nice deal, heat added

nice

£1 that could potentially improve your health for almost 2 months - no brainier!

I saw it today @ London Edmonton Green

Good Deal

I hear they give you energy to shave your BF`s Head OP X)
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