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80-Count Centrum Silver Multivitamin Supplement for Adults 50+ EXPIRED

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Amazon has 80-Count Centrum Silver Multivitamin Supplement for Adults 50+ for $4.75 when you check out with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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  • One 80 count bottle of Centrum Silver Multivitamin for Adults 50 Plus, Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement with Vitamin D3, B Vitamins and Calcium
  • Age-adjusted daily multivitamin for women and men that supports the heart, brain, eyes and overall health of adults age 50+
  • Women's and men's multivitamin that contains micronutrients to feed cells and help support full body wellness
  • Helps support immune health, bone health and muscle function with vitamin D
  • Eye health supplements that are non GMO and gluten free
  • Multivitamin supplement that comes in an easy-to-swallow tablet
  • Take one tablet every day to provide nutrients to support a healthy body

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yes these garbage vitamins have only been around for 60 years and some snot-nosed knows better now that their garbage

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This multi-vitamin has an overall review rating of 4.8 / 5 stars from 6,900+ reviewers.
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yes these garbage vitamins have only been around for 60 years and some snot-nosed knows better now that their garbage
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If you want to know the level of garbage this is - compare to Rainbow Light or Super Nutrition. Good rule of thumb - if you can buy a multi vitamin in a regular supermarket or drugstore - it's probably not quality (Centrum, One-a-Day, etc)
Not only that - but this particular one may be fake based on reviews.
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Ridiculous price compared to Kirkland etc
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Ridiculous price compared to Kirkland etc
what? Speak up!
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In for 1
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hope these are not close to expiry
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If you want to know the level of garbage this is - compare to Rainbow Light or Super Nutrition. Good rule of thumb - if you can buy a multi vitamin in a regular supermarket or drugstore - it's probably not quality (Centrum, One-a-Day, etc)
Not only that - but this particular one may be fake based on reviews.
I see only one review claiming that something was wrong with their 220 count bottle. This product is the 80 count. The reviews total 4.8 out of 5 stars, which is actually really good on Amazon, considering that a lot of people leave really dumb one star reviews because their package was late one day or the delivery guy had a ketchup stain on his shirt.

In any case, it seems like the reviews are from various Centrum Silver products as some mention that they bought chewables or different sized bottles.
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If you want to know the level of garbage this is - compare to Rainbow Light or Super Nutrition. Good rule of thumb - if you can buy a multi vitamin in a regular supermarket or drugstore - it's probably not quality (Centrum, One-a-Day, etc)
Not only that - but this particular one may be fake based on reviews.
If you want good one get Kirkland Organic Multi Vitamins from Costco.

https://www.costco.com/kirkland-s...58954.html

Even the amazon branded ones are good:
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B075DLLC4S/
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If you want to know the level of garbage this is - compare to Rainbow Light or Super Nutrition. Good rule of thumb - if you can buy a multi vitamin in a regular supermarket or drugstore - it's probably not quality (Centrum, One-a-Day, etc)
Not only that - but this particular one may be fake based on reviews.
It is better to go with natural sourced vitamins vs chemical sourced. Also, no all the vitamins are the same. You need to look at what is source of that vitamin. For example: magnesium dioxide is not absorbed by your body and that's the kind centrum has.
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Do these vitamins actually do anything except a placebo effect? I mean don't get me wrong if there's a placebo effect that's cool too. Is there an actual difference between the regular kirkland multi vitamins and the organic kind.
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If you want to know the level of garbage this is - compare to Rainbow Light or Super Nutrition. Good rule of thumb - if you can buy a multi vitamin in a regular supermarket or drugstore - it's probably not quality (Centrum, One-a-Day, etc)
Not only that - but this particular one may be fake based on reviews.
Centrum is produced by GlaxoSmithKline. I trust anything made by big pharma because they have tons to lose by making fake stuff.
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