Multi Vitamins

Thread: Multi Vitamins

  1. Squizza's Avatar

    Squizza said:

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    Hey,

    For years, many many years, I have taken Centrum multi vitamins.
    I am wondering if there is an alternative, supermarkets own, Holland & Barrett, that might be cheaper with just the same stuff inside.

    Without standing in a supermarket looking like a potential shoplifter comparing them all, I was wondering of someone has already done the research in the past and can recommend something?

    Many thanks.
     
  2. Squizza's Avatar

    Squizza said:

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    Just had a quick look and Sainsburys Multi Vitamins have most of what the Centrum do but for a fraction of the price!

    Might give them a go, I cannot see me feeling worse for taking them..
     
  3. jaygo's Avatar

    jaygo said:

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    I use the tesco ones and there almost the same as centrum too.
    Think they will all be just paying for a brand name really


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  4. adam30's Avatar

    adam30 said:

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    Just started buying these from amazon..
    Solgar VM2000 Multi-Nutrient tablets 90 Tablets
    Do feel a difference when i have a cold but nothing on a normal day.
    Also echinica tabs are good as a cold prevention..
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  5. prezzy's Avatar

    prezzy said:

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    Have a look at this thread where I asked similar a couple of years ago

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  6. blacksheep's Avatar

    blacksheep said:

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    I'm still not convinced by this "food grade" vitamin thing. At the end of the day it's a chemical, your body is going to interact with it in the same way. Now if it was in a gastro resistant capsule so stomach acid had no effect that might be different but it's the same as buying the 20p boots own ibuprofen vs named brands.