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Beconase Hayfever Relief (100 Sprays) at Sainsburys - £3
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After my own brand hayfever tablets decided to stop being effective, I went out and found Sainsburys selling Beconase hayfever spray for half price, usually £6. It works like a dre… Read more
JonBetts2004

Do you mean for half the amount?


No, twice the number of doses for similar price.
RayB

I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and … I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and Scotland. datca - it doesn't make me drowsy.



It doesn't work either, sniff sniff
datca

Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I … Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I generally try to avoid taking antihistamine tablets for my hay fever as they turn me into a zombie for the first week or so. However this year is pretty bad so I'm looking for alternatives.



It has Beclometasone which shouldn't cause drowsiness
I use Beconase - its free on prescription in Wales, also NIreland and Scotland. datca - it doesn't make me drowsy.
Genuine question - has this made anyone drowsy? I've not tried it - I generally try to avoid taking antihistamine tablets for my hay fever as they turn me into a zombie for the first week or so. However this year is pretty bad so I'm looking for alternatives.
12 Month Supply of Cetirizine for £11.99 including shipping at ClearChemist
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12 month supply of Cetirizine for 11.99 including shipping when you select 5-day shipping. Enter code SUMMER12 at checkout.
furiousjammin

If you're a dolite, yes.



Or live in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland...
sreenireddy

not a dolite, higher rate tax payer here pal, but I do get it free for my … not a dolite, higher rate tax payer here pal, but I do get it free for my son to help the itching when i give him his infusion


All prescriptons are free for children, as they should be IMO.
not a dolite, higher rate tax payer here pal, but I do get it free for my son to help the itching when i give him his infusion
sreenireddy30 m ago

isn't this free from the doctors

​If you're a dolite, yes.
isn't this free from the doctors
Pirinase Hayfever Relief for Adults 0.05% Nasal Spray 60 Sprays £3.75 @ Amazon S&S
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Use voucher and S&S. If you have 15% the price will be £3.25 Cheapest elsewhere is Morrisons at £5 but generally more elsewhere For adults once a day dose Relieves symptoms o… Read more
Exclusive: How big brands are cashing in on hayfever sufferers charging 6 times over the odds - and how to beat them

One person in five suffers from hayfever - and with pollen counts across the country soaring this week unless you're careful you could end up paying eye-watering prices to stop your eyes watering...


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Edited by: "seb" 27th Jun 2017
ahhh wish I saw this ealier just ordered from ebay 4 for £16 ...
it do work for me tho.
02wilben1 h, 24 m ago

Says delivery is £1.50 after that code not free but still a good deal. …Says delivery is £1.50 after that code not free but still a good deal. Going to stick with this for now as I'm not sure if it'll work. Use Beconase but want to try something else.


Sorry you're right, £1.50 delivery
Cold. Cheaper in Nando's.
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Hayfever Season - Prevalin allergy spray / Clarityn hayfever tablets 2 for £6 at Tesco
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For £6, got myself some Prevalin allergy spray (itself £9) and some Clarityn hayfever tablets as I am currently dying with it. Would normally have cost around £14. People may say… Read more
I use fexofenadine (180mg) its through prescription only. Thats the best tablet for hayfever.
I always shake it but it's still the same.
aizeewizzy

​Do you shake it before each use? That does help.



Works fine for me.
Clarityn is definitely overpriced. The active ingredient is loratadine. You buy a 6 month supply (180 tablets) of a generic equivalent* from PharmacyFirst for £4.79 with free delivery - make sure you choose the six month supply and use the free delivery code given on the site.

* what does generic equivalent mean? This is not like supermarket own labels which people say are "the same" or "just as good as", or even "made in the same factory". Medicines are highly regulated. Makers of generics (= unbranded) versions must prove to regulators that the active ingredient is the same - otherwise they won't be allowed to sell it.
cupcake125

Prevalin is rubbish, thick gel clogs up the nozzle



​Do you shake it before each use? That does help.
Cetirizine 10mg Hayfever Tablets 3x packs of 30x (90x total) £1.99 + £1.99 delivery @ Chemist-4-U
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I've been buying these for a few years now from them and they work just fine, and they're cheap! 12% cashback at TopCashBack - thekitkatshuffler
harry66

Got 6 months for similar price from Amazon - £3.69 inc free (not Prime) … Got 6 months for similar price from Amazon - £3.69 inc free (not Prime) delivery6 Months Supply Allacan Cetirizine Hayfever Allergy Tablets 30 x 6



Thanks, went for this instead.
Canny deal, however their website is sooooo slow, heat added.
not to be sneezed at...

harry66

Got 6 months for similar price from Amazon - £3.69 inc free (not Prime) … Got 6 months for similar price from Amazon - £3.69 inc free (not Prime) delivery6 Months Supply Allacan Cetirizine Hayfever Allergy Tablets 30 x 6


Thank you
Prevalin Allergy Plus Nasal Spray 2 for £9 @ Superdrug online / instore
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Just went into Superdrug to buy some hayfever allergy nasal spray and found that the Prevalin Allergy Plus, which is normally £11.99 each, is on offer for 2 for £9! Seems to be onl… Read more
The equivalent of this product is £10 in Tesco- not the 2 for £6 one. Thanks OP
Good find but these are 2 for £6 in Tesco until 25th April.
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Allergy tabs 6 months supply (loratidine or cetirizine) £4.49 @ Clear Chemist
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Comes up quite often I think. Enter code: SNEEZE Free delivery (for me anyway).
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No free postage for me.
TesseractOrion

Bhpc Classic M As Balm 75ml Beverly Hills Polo … Bhpc Classic M As Balm 75ml Beverly Hills Polo Clu W_S15B_8411114071206 1 £0.756 Month Cetirizine W_P1_6Month-CETX6 1 £51.00Subtotal £51.75Shipping & Handling £0.00Discount (SNEEZE) -£46.51Tax £0.87Grand Total £5.24



Subtotal £51.00
Discount -£46.51
Shipping & Handling £3.19
Grand Total (Including VAT) £7.68
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Bhpc Classic M As Balm 75ml Beverly Hills Polo Clu
W_S15B_8411114071206 1 £0.75

6 Month Cetirizine
W_P1_6Month-CETX6 1 £51.00

Subtotal £51.75
Shipping & Handling £0.00
Discount (SNEEZE) -£46.51
Tax £0.87
Grand Total £5.24
Edited by: "TesseractOrion" 13th Feb 2017
Nope...no free delivery here.
Loratadine 6 months supply 6 x 30 10mg tablets £4.79 Delivered @ Pharmacyfirst
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Not the cheapest ever at 80p a box but includes free delivery with code FREEDELIVERY. Loratadine 6 months supply 6 x 30 10mg tablets for £4.79 delivered. TCB currently 6.3% too. Su… Read more
Just in case anyone stumbles upon this struggling really badly with hay fever and has yet to find a solution. Fexofenadine are the best by far. Also a steroid nasal spray such as Avamys works wonders.
anthony712

it works out cheaper to buy the 4 months supply4 x Cetirizine 10mg … it works out cheaper to buy the 4 months supply4 x Cetirizine 10mg Tablets - 30 Tablets - FREE DELIVERY (use code FREEDELIVERY at cart)£2.79and I noticed if you add anything else you have to pay £2.99 delivery


Cheers, I prefer cetirizine, so ordered these
sunilm

different medication tho initloratidine is not cetirizineimo cetirizine … different medication tho initloratidine is not cetirizineimo cetirizine better as less sedatory effect



Actually both are non-drowsy but sometimes one or the other can cause drowsiness in a few people.
anthony712

it works out cheaper to buy the 4 months supply4 x Cetirizine 10mg … it works out cheaper to buy the 4 months supply4 x Cetirizine 10mg Tablets - 30 Tablets - FREE DELIVERY (use code FREEDELIVERY at cart)£2.79and I noticed if you add anything else you have to pay £2.99 delivery


different medication tho init
loratidine is not cetirizine
imo cetirizine better as less sedatory effect
What are these for? Hell i'll buy anything that is a deal on here, HOT!
3 X 10ML Artificial Tears Eye Drops for dry eyes - £2.87 delivered from Amazon (Sold by Walton Pharmacy)
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These are NOT eye drops made just for hayfever, but with hayfever upon us, these are PERFECT for moistening the eyes when they get too dry and itchy. And at less than £1 a bottle, … Read more
martaluscious

can I use them when I wear contact lenses?



​Home Bargains sells Optivive moisturising eye drops with 0.3% HPMC. A 10ml bottle comes in at 89p and the package says it is safe for use with contact lenses.
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theTrueFocus11

I think my glasses did an ok job of keeping my eyes relatively moist … I think my glasses did an ok job of keeping my eyes relatively moist (reducing wind? improving sharpness?)coupled with the shower thing.But I do wish there was a natural alternative to lubricating your eyes properly. :(Problem is my glasses' anti glare layer is turning into a murky messwhich I'm not sure how to remove.How our ancestors maintained clear vision is beyond me.Perhaps it's smartphones and other close things that have done this to me.


To you and me both!
xcloose

I suffer from vertigo so this would be an issue


I think my glasses did an ok job of keeping my eyes relatively moist (reducing wind? improving sharpness?)
coupled with the shower thing.
But I do wish there was a natural alternative to lubricating your eyes properly.
Problem is my glasses' anti glare layer is turning into a murky mess
which I'm not sure how to remove.

How our ancestors maintained clear vision is beyond me.
Perhaps it's smartphones and other close things that have done this to me.
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theTrueFocus11

My experience of dry eye treatments/drops from a different brand,I don't … My experience of dry eye treatments/drops from a different brand,I don't recommend applying synthetic rubbish into your eyes unless you're absolutely desperate.In my experience, it just makes you dependent on them.And if I recall, the relief from dryness doesn't last that long and the smellis weird.Up to you, just giving my opinion and I don't trust this stuffanymore.Would rather take a shower with my eyes closed faced towardsthe shower head. (Even though, chlorine would be present....oh well.)


I suffer from vertigo so this would be an issue
My experience of dry eye treatments/drops from a different brand,
I don't recommend applying synthetic rubbish into your eyes unless you're absolutely desperate.
In my experience, it just makes you dependent on them.
And if I recall, the relief from dryness doesn't last that long and the smell
is weird.

Up to you, just giving my opinion and I don't trust this stuff
anymore.
Would rather take a shower with my eyes closed faced towards
the shower head. (Even though, chlorine would be present....oh well.)
Benadryl Cetrinzine One a Day - 14 tablets - 2 packs for £6. Tesco
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Benadryl One a day Relief - Cetrizine. 14 Tablets. Unit price - £6.30. Two packs £6. Glitch? No idea, didn't care much as I fumbled my way through the kill or cure me isle loo… Read more
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Poor Steve waited nearly 4 years to post a deal, then was shot down.

Hopefully he realises we're a fickle bunch on here and comes back for more.
Or 14 tablets for 79p at Aldi, Home Bargains or your favourite discount store.
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I bought 14 generic brand from Home Bargains for 79p
Wilkinsons (Wilko) own brand are £1.50 for 30 tablets wilko.com/hay…555 .
Came across them yesterday when in a store.
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Lloyds Pharmacy Hayfever Relief Nasal Spray - £4.69 BOGOF
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Beaconase equivalent. Lloyds Pharmacy Hayfever Relief Nasal Spray - 100 spray is £4.69 http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/en/lloydspharmacy-hayfever-relief - 200 spray is £7.29 http:/… Read more
Banned
Thanks, ordered 8 of the 200 spray.
Normally a decent price for 100 sprays is around £3, never paid cheaper than this for Beconase or any of the 3rd party versions (Lloyds, Wilkos, Sainsburys), so £3.60 for a 200 spray is great value!
Becoallergy Hayfever and Allergy tablets x7 Found in Yeovil Tesco 88p
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Was £3.50 but now 88p per pack reduced to clear. Use by date April 2017. Found in Yeovil Tesco but assuming other stores might he the same
Becoallergy's active ingredient is cetrizine hydrochloride, I think. Cetrizine hydrochloride is indeed non-drowsy.
do you know of these type of tablet so drowsy or non drowsy tablets
Also this price in Sheerness store
Half Price Delivery Throughout January @ Poundland Online (You Can Also Buy In Bulk), £2 P&P
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£2 P&P Throughout January, otherwise free postage on a £50+ spend. Usual postage is £4 so a great way to stock up! moominfat (thanks) on another thread says "Use code NEW20 fo… Read more
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Think I might get this for my brother! One day left of the 1/2 price delivery.

Some new codes for Poundland - FEB30 for £3 off £30 spend (thanks to GeenBeen) and FEB10 gives you £1 off £10 (thanks pken04) - if you're not willing to spend £20 or £30.
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Silk Soft Purrfect Cream 2-ply, 6 rolls, £1 or case of 240 (!) £240 poundland.co.uk/hom…eam seems to have been taken off the online store and the white version says "instore only" http://www.poundland.co.uk/silk-soft-white-toilet-roll-6-pack

2-ply toilet roll is a false economy as you use more (Nicky Elite 3-ply devotee here!) but the currently available 9 pack promo packs instore, versus the regular 6 pack, make Silk Soft a decent buy.
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50p/75p Christmas Clearance on now - http://www.poundland.co.uk/offers/christmas-clearance

Also, passing Poundworld last night, saw they are also doing a 50p sale, likely getting rid of their Xmas stock too.
Am still rather please with the pipe you got me for a pound! Absolutely Wizzard!
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elvisbueller

Star wars toys inbetween teabags and Weetabix? Thanks for all your hard … Star wars toys inbetween teabags and Weetabix? Thanks for all your hard work

Unfortunately they don't sell moustache wax or Old Spice
ronin1

I've also found a deal for Loratadine which is a non-drowsy … I've also found a deal for Loratadine which is a non-drowsy antihistamine:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/loratadine-hayfever-relief-tablets-60-tablets-1-58-dispatched-from-sold-innox-trading-2355105


Good find, though i found these werent so effective. I think they affect everyone differently
Bought them a few weeks ago when 69p and they are a box of 30, not 28 as advertised
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HotGBDeals

Becareful these are short dated April 2016 when you receive them so won't … Becareful these are short dated April 2016 when you receive them so won't last this summer



How do you know this?
Becareful these are short dated April 2016 when you receive them so won't last this summer
Hot! Ordered 10 packs cheers op
Paying £3 a pack makes me tired!!
Cetrizine Hydrochloride 14 tablets for 40p @ Tesco
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For those who are not up for Loratadine. Quite sure it's national deal, as it is "Reduced to clear" (from £1,50), so availability might be patchy. Expiration date on ones I've got:… Read more

Wow that interesting. My daughter and I were tested and told we both have severe allergies to dust mite and hayfever and really were suffering. We both take cetirizine and Avamys nose spray since about 6 months. The Doc said we could take a break in September so I did but had a number of these sypmtoms mentioned especialiity trouble sleeping so I am back on them now. But this is worryinggg.....

jonstopera

​I get the strange itch as well and it is all over my body if I miss t … ​I get the strange itch as well and it is all over my body if I miss taking them for over 3/4 days..I panic if out and about in case people think I have got fleas..Been on them 4 over 10 years & doctors have never found out why I need them, even after multiple tests...So, like yourself, I keep taking them



Edited by: "Rizo" 3rd Oct 2015
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jonstopera

Been to Tesco today, but no deals..They were £1.50...Back to Home … Been to Tesco today, but no deals..They were £1.50...Back to Home Bargains at £0.79p for 14



​Sorry to hear that your trip to the shop was not as you wanted.
Been to Tesco today, but no deals..
They were £1.50...
Back to Home Bargains at £0.79p for 14
Jameszee

I used Cetirizine for years. Though I used to wonder why, when i stopped … I used Cetirizine for years. Though I used to wonder why, when i stopped taking them (or ran out of pills). I would get very irritable, get strange itching / numbness in my hands and would have trouble sleeping. I discovered that these were all withdrawal symptoms!! Crazy I know for an everyday off the shelf drug. Google "Cetirizine Withdrawal" and you will see this is worryingly common side effect, so be wary people! :(Anyone else affected, try switching to Loratadine. Worked for me.



​I get the strange itch as well and it is all over my body if I miss taking them for over 3/4 days..
I panic if out and about in case people think I have got fleas..
Been on them 4 over 10 years & doctors have never found out why I need them, even after multiple tests...
So, like yourself, I keep taking them
I used Cetirizine for years. Though I used to wonder why, when i stopped taking them (or ran out of pills). I would get very irritable, get strange itching / numbness in my hands and would have trouble sleeping. I discovered that these were all withdrawal symptoms!! Crazy I know for an everyday off the shelf drug.

Google "Cetirizine Withdrawal" and you will see this is worryingly common side effect, so be wary people!

Anyone else affected, try switching to Loratadine. Worked for me.
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Beconase Nasal Spray £2.50 @ Tesco
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Half price at the moment in Tesco so grabbed a few.
Thanks,
Just bought my spray and opticrom
mojohnson

CommentWhere do you get the generic one for under £3? last time I checked … CommentWhere do you get the generic one for under £3? last time I checked even the generic was around £5-6


i saw a reply showing pharmacyfirst, also available at
http://www.chemist-4-u.com/pharmacy/allergy-hayfever/nasal-congestion/beclometasone-hayfever-relief-nasal-spray-200-dose-p.htm
or
http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/hayfever-relief-nasal-spray-beclomethasone-nasal/prd-hti

there are always vouchers / topchasback / quidco to get near enough the value of postage back or as I do spend about £20 in one go buying eye drops and tablets to get free post.
chenzz

the half price for most of the anti-allergy medication will be available … the half price for most of the anti-allergy medication will be available until 1st June.


Thanks.
Good time to stock up!
prudenza

Heat. Bought the Tesco brand because this was still full price. Hope it's … Heat. Bought the Tesco brand because this was still full price. Hope it's still there when I get round to it....


the half price for most of the anti-allergy medication will be available until 1st June.
Heat. Bought the Tesco brand because this was still full price. Hope it's still there when I get round to it....
Galpham Hayfever and Allergy Relief Tablets 30! £1 @ Co-op Pharmacy in store
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Visit your Kidderminster Co-operative Pharmacy today to find this offer on Galpham Hayfever And Allergy Relief 30 Tablets for £1. That's 3pence per tablet!!!!
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funkymartyn

good post..



Yep yep! .. I agree too. :-)
good post..
sammyz1

Get cheaper deals online.Buy mine from pharmacy first.



Ditto that. :-)
Get cheaper deals online.

Buy mine from pharmacy first.
Great find not to be sneezed at
6 Month Supply of Cetirizine Hayfever Tablets - Free Delivery - £2.89 @ Pharmacy First
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Seems cheap NO CODE NEEDED Just got 17p from TCB
ordered, perfect, thanks. says may take 7 days for delivery.
schnide

With all due respect, there are people that I'd genuinely enjoy debating … With all due respect, there are people that I'd genuinely enjoy debating with for either their betterment or mine (or both!), and then there are people that make blanket statements and absolutes and have no other intention than pushing their point across because they don't want to accept anything other than what they think already. You're coming across, no offense intended, as the latter and so I'm happy not to not eat that much bread and you can eat all you want. Neither of us will likely die from our approaches, which is good enough for me.


I was initially just trying to counter a previous blanket statement that all people should avoid bread and gluten. If the majority of evidence said otherwise I would gladly denounce bread too.

Apologies if I come across as someone not to discuss things with, it's certainly never my intention. I've been proven wrong several times and happy to change my tune accordingly. Nutrition is a constantly evolving field so who knows, maybe in 10-15 years I could be eating my hat.
For anyone who is wondering about the manufacturer/brand, I got this make...

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yrreb88

I don't think I was too wrong in making those statements. Unless you have … I don't think I was too wrong in making those statements. Unless you have a intolerance or allergy to gluten then there is no reason to avoid it. I was highlighting the poor logic to the previous poster as they stated that gluten is bad because it is listed as an allergen on ingredient lists.Comparing the consumption of bread that can be digested and used for energy with smoking tobacco? Now that is interesting logic. If we at least ate tobacco, then perhaps some type of comparison could be made. I will admit it wasn't a reason to justify the consumption of bread. We evolved because we are adaptive and our digestive system is pretty much the same. As omnivores, we can eat most things and we ate whatever was available at the time. It's also worth mentioning that evolutionary fitness is not measured by our personal health or how long we live, it's our reproductive success and we've done pretty ok in the last 30,000 years I think.Bread is cheap because of the globalisation and technological advancement of food production and industry in general. Probably the only reason we can sustain a population of 7 billion is down to grains as a food source. Bread is good source of fibre and does contain vitamins and minerals so why else should it be avoided? Rice is a very cheap staple so is that bad for you too? Buying a salad or making your own is also pretty cheap and I think technically you can class milk as a processed food.Putting aside the "It's processed" naturallistic fallacy, how and why is bread detrimental to our health? How did you draw these conclusions? The NHS or the WHO? A critical analysis of evidence and studies? As I said, the only people who say otherwise unsuprisingly have diet plans, supplements and books to sell.



With all due respect, there are people that I'd genuinely enjoy debating with for either their betterment or mine (or both!), and then there are people that make blanket statements and absolutes and have no other intention than pushing their point across because they don't want to accept anything other than what they think already. You're coming across, no offense intended, as the latter and so I'm happy not to not eat that much bread and you can eat all you want. Neither of us will likely die from our approaches, which is good enough for me.
schnide

That's interesting logic. We've survived for thousands of years smoking … That's interesting logic. We've survived for thousands of years smoking tobacco, but that's not bad for you.. right?Be careful of making blanket statements. Processed food is not what our bodies evolved to cope with. Can we handle these things in moderation? Yes. Is it entirely possible that they, in conjunction with other unhealthy aspects of modern life, are not good for us? That's another yes. Sandwiches and other bread-based products are in stores because bread is cheap to make - not because it provides the kind of nutrients that our bodies need.



I don't think I was too wrong in making those statements. Unless you have a intolerance or allergy to gluten then there is no reason to avoid it. I was highlighting the poor logic to the previous poster as they stated that gluten is bad because it is listed as an allergen on ingredient lists.

Comparing the consumption of bread that can be digested and used for energy with smoking tobacco? Now that is interesting logic. If we at least ate tobacco, then perhaps some type of comparison could be made. I will admit it wasn't a reason to justify the consumption of bread. We evolved because we are adaptive and our digestive system is pretty much the same. As omnivores, we can eat most things and we ate whatever was available at the time. It's also worth mentioning that evolutionary fitness is not measured by our personal health or how long we live, it's our reproductive success and we've done pretty ok in the last 30,000 years I think.

Bread is cheap because of the globalisation and technological advancement of food production and industry in general. Probably the only reason we can sustain a population of 7 billion is down to grains as a food source. Bread is good source of fibre and does contain vitamins and minerals so why else should it be avoided? Rice is a very cheap staple so is that bad for you too? Buying a salad or making your own is also pretty cheap and I think technically you can class milk as a processed food.

Putting aside the "It's processed" naturallistic fallacy, how and why is bread detrimental to our health? How did you draw these conclusions? The NHS or the WHO? A critical analysis of evidence and studies? As I said, the only people who say otherwise unsuprisingly have diet plans, supplements and books to sell.
Generic Beclomethasone Nasal Spray 200 Sprays £2.79  (+£2.80 p&p) @ Pharmacy First
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Buying two of these will cost the same as one branded Beconase spray and you will end up with 400 sprays Vs 180 sprays of Beconase. Cheapest postage is 2nd Class at £2.80 unless y… Read more
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Stompa

Same price at chemist-4-u, but only £1.99 … Same price at chemist-4-u, but only £1.99 delivery:http://www.chemist-4-u.com/beclometasone-hayfever-relief-nasal-spray-200-dose-p.html



Damn... I didn't check them first.
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