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"While I agree that the likelihood of harm is small, the likelihood of a clear health benefit is also very small—and also we have no clear proof yet of such benefit," says Dr. Guallar, a scientist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/me...-healthier
Made in china..Not USP certified...
Naturemade is not a "generic quality multivitamin." Any OTC product with a USP seal guarantees safe manufacturing practices and the active ingredients it says on the label. Other companies that sell multivitamins/herbal supplements without USP seals doesn't even guarantee if it actually has what it says it has. I trust most Nature Made products and recommend them. Source: I'm a pharmacist.

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Got these for $1.88 after coupon and S&S in 2018...good times
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The 400 count of D3 for $9.87($2 off coupon) looks to be a much better deal than 100 count for $4.71 ($0.60 off coupon)

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Items: $12.49
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Your Coupon Savings: -$2.00
Subscribe & Save: -$0.62

Total before tax: $9.87
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"While I agree that the likelihood of harm is small, the likelihood of a clear health benefit is also very small—and also we have no clear proof yet of such benefit," says Dr. Guallar, a scientist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

https://www.health.harvard.edu/me...-healthier
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Quote from famewolf :
The 400 count of D3 for $9.87($2 off coupon) looks to be a much better deal than 100 count for $4.71 ($0.60 off coupon)

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Items: $12.49
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Your Coupon Savings: -$2.00
Subscribe & Save: -$0.62

Total before tax: $9.87
It's cheaper to get the BOGO 400 Ct. 2 Bottles - Multi discount plus subscribe and save.

Items (2): $40.98
Shipping & handling: $0.00
Multibuy Discount: -$20.49
Subscribe & Save: -$2.05
Total before tax: $18.44

On this topic... I had no idea how many people need to take Vit D3 according to my doctor and pharmacist.
Especially now that so many are working remotely unless you sit and work in the sun. laugh out loud
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It's cheaper to get the BOGO 400 Ct. 2 Bottles - Multi discount plus subscribe and save.

Items (2): $40.98
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Multibuy Discount: -$20.49
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Total before tax: $18.44

On this topic... I had no idea how many people need to take Vit D3 according to my doctor and pharmacist.
Especially now that so many are working remotely unless you sit and work in the sun. laugh out loud
It's been mentioned in several articles to boost the immune system although my doc has specifically told me NOT to take more than 2000iu per day. While what you said is true it boils down to saving $0.60 a bottle and I prefer not to buy vitamins beyond a years worth at a time because they weaken as they age in most cases.
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$6 at Walgreens, hardly a deal for a generic quality multivitamin...
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$6 at Walgreens, hardly a deal for a generic quality multivitamin...
or walmart, 90 tablets isn't much either.
$7.88 Equate One Daily Multivitamin Tablets, Men's Health, 200 Ct
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Equate...t/10324918
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It's been mentioned in several articles to boost the immune system although my doc has specifically told me NOT to take more than 2000iu per day. While what you said is true it boils down to saving $0.60 a bottle and I prefer not to buy vitamins beyond a years worth at a time because they weaken as they age in most cases.
My Doc told me the same thing, causing more storage of calcium in the case of D, he put me on 2000 after my blood test was low. K counteracts that, but then may cause other issues that need more studies. I think many people believe they can eat bad foods and get all their requirements from pills, but that's ridiculously wrong, and not regulated
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Amazon lost my order of these vitamins.
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or walmart, 90 tablets isn't much either.
$7.88 Equate One Daily Multivitamin Tablets, Men's Health, 200 Ct
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Equate...t/10324918
Made in china..Not USP certified...
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A friend in Florida who is out in the sun coaching just found he had low vitamin D. Mine was low, which caused a rare skin rash. I take Nature Made every day now. Thanks for the deal.
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Anyone had issues with counterfeit Nature Made products from Amazon? I've seen it for other things so not sure if I can trust vitamins and supplements.
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$6 at Walgreens, hardly a deal for a generic quality multivitamin...
This is a major brand. Been around at least since I was a child. I'm 43.
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