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45-Count Emergen-C Immune+ Gummies w/ Vitamin D EXPIRED

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Features:
  • Includes 1 bottle of 45 Emergen-C Immune+ Vitamin Gummies in Raspberry flavor
  • Emerge Fortified with Vitamins C, D and Zinc (2) in a yummy, gummy vitamin
  • Support your immune system with 750mg of Vitamin C per serving, plus Vitamin D and Zinc (2)
  • Emergen-C gummies for adults are gluten-free and caffeine-free
  • Available in three delicious flavors: Super Orange, Raspberry, and Elderberry
  • Emergen-C Immune+ is also available in powder and chewable forms
  • Look for Emergen-C products from GSK; GSK cannot guarantee the authenticity or freshness of products purchased from other sellers

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1 serving is 3 gummies. Basically 15 days of vitamins for $5, not a good deal.
$7 for 45 pieces? That's pretty expensive for candy.

With s&s it's a little better, but it's still expensive for what you get.

If you have a Costco membership, their vit c gummies are on sale and it is over 100 pieces for less.
11grams of carbs per 3-gummy serving. Candy masquerading as vitamins.

https://www.emergenc.com/content/...lemon,.pdf

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$7 for 45 pieces? That's pretty expensive for candy.

With s&s it's a little better, but it's still expensive for what you get.

If you have a Costco membership, their vit c gummies are on sale and it is over 100 pieces for less.
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FYI it's 15 servings of 3 gummies. 250mg per 1 gummie not 750mg.
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1 serving is 3 gummies. Basically 15 days of vitamins for $5, not a good deal.
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11grams of carbs per 3-gummy serving. Candy masquerading as vitamins.

https://www.emergenc.com/content/...lemon,.pdf
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Wasn't vitamin C debunked as not having any association as a panacea for colds/illness? That Adam ruins everything guy I think he did a video on it.

Anyway, in for 1.
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Quote from calibanPK :
Wasn't vitamin C debunked as not having any association as a panacea for colds/illness? That Adam ruins everything guy I think he did a video on it.

Anyway, in for 1.
It still has a bunch of other proven benefits. People that have to take iron are usually told to take it with vitamin C. It's also still one of the best antioxidants.
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Never a good sign when you have to hunt for the ingredients and then you find the 3 primary ingredients to be various forms of sugar.

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Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Water, Contains <2% of: Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Pectin, Purple Carrot Juice Concentrate, Sodium Citrate.
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45 count ? Should be 145
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Vitafusion for men or women has similar ingredients. Costs less.
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Quote from sjguy01 :
FYI it's 15 servings of 3 gummies. 250mg per 1 gummie not 750mg.
Quote from JayDee917 :
1 serving is 3 gummies. Basically 15 days of vitamins for $5, not a good deal.
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11grams of carbs per 3-gummy serving. Candy masquerading as vitamins.

https://www.emergenc.com/content/...lemon,.pdf
i came to post "they call 750mg high potency?"


and then saw your posts. thats pretty nuts LOL
the audacity for them to claim 'high potency'

what a horrid deal and a product. TD.
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can not clip coupon, unknown error
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This is basically overpriced vitamin candy. They do not have anything special for immune system that a normal multivitamin gummy wouldn't provide and excessive intake of fat soluble vitamins would do more harm then good and excessive water soluble vitamins will just be eliminated by your body anyway so the money spent is on either being harmful or going to your piss
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Most vitamins are a scam.
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