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60-Count Hi-Health Vitamin C 250mg Gummies EXPIRED

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Hi-Health has 60-Count Hi-Health Vitamin C 250mg Gummies on sale for $2.99 when you apply HEALTHVC at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  1. Visit the page for 60-Count Hi-Health Vitamin C 250mg Gummies
  2. Select the single-purchase option (coupon does not work with subscription)
  3. Add to your cart and proceed to checkout
  4. Apply discount code HEALTHVC
  5. Your total should be $2.99 with free shipping.
Features:
  • 250mg Vitamin C Per Serving
  • Antioxidant & Immune Support
  • Plant-Based Sources
  • 100% Vegetarian
  • Gluten Free
  • Orange Flavor

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    • SUGGESTED USE: As a vitamin supplement for adults, chew two (2) gummies daily with any meal or as directed by your healthcare provider. Do not exceed recommended dosage. Individual results may vary.
    • Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not purchase if seal is broken. Gummy colors will darken over time. This does not alter the potency of the product.
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    • This deal is $15 lower (83.37% savings) than the list price of $17.99.
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Hi-Health [hihealth.com] is offering 250mg Vitamin C gummies (60 ct) for $2.99 + Free Shipping when you apply HEALTHVC at checkout. - sold out

Other offer: Collagen Peptides [hihealth.com](20g per serving) for $19.99 + Free Shipping when you apply HEALTHCP at checkout.
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I'd still use them.
Lots of people do diets like keto, carnivore which limit fruits, so adding a supplement may be needed
Another option

GNC Vitamin C Capsules 500mg, 90 Capsules, Provides Immune Support https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088ZVF...TR0CXWT7E6

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How much are these usually
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Another option

GNC Vitamin C Capsules 500mg, 90 Capsules, Provides Immune Support https://www.amazon.com/dp/B088ZVF...TR0CXWT7E6
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I have bottle of gummi multivites unopened but expired in may/June. Worth taking or toss them ?
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I have bottle of gummi multivites unopened but expired in may/June. Worth taking or toss them ?
I'd still use them.
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Very few people eating a "standard American diet" or better need to supplement with Vitamin C. You're literally flushing your money down the toilet and adding sugar to your diet with these.
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I have bottle of gummi multivites unopened but expired in may/June. Worth taking or toss them ?
Vitamins don't really expired. They just become less potent. It should be safe to consume still.
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Very few people eating a "standard American diet" or better need to supplement with Vitamin C. You're literally flushing your money down the toilet and adding sugar to your diet with these.
Lots of people do diets like keto, carnivore which limit fruits, so adding a supplement may be needed
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I have bottle of gummi multivites unopened but expired in may/June. Worth taking or toss them ?
vitamin c (ascorbic acid) is literally a preservative. its fine.
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No one is lacking vitamin c.
This is just candy disguised as a vitamin supplement.
Actual candies have better nutrition than this.
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Super helpful if you're fearful of scurvy but unless you're a 18th century British sailor and you're out of limes it won't help with much else.

Here's a good Cochran database article looking at studies that basically showed vitamin C doesn't really do much to fight viruses (the common cold for starters).

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10796569/
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Lots of people do diets like keto, carnivore which limit fruits, so adding a supplement may be needed
One-half cup of cooked broccoli provides 51 mg of vitamin C, or 57% of the DV.
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That Collagen deal good?
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In for 2 Vitamin C Gummies. Great deal and 100% Vegetarian. Thanks OP!
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