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60-Count Ester-C Vitamin C Immune Charge Gummies EXPIRED

Posted 02-05-2017 by qwikwit at 08:56 PM
Amazon.com has 60-Count Ester-C Vitamin C Immune Charge Gummies on sale for $1.51 after 'clipped' $3 off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checking out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks qwikwit

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Edited February 5, 2017 at 09:19 PM by BeAuMaN
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These gummies are just candy trying to pass off as supplements. 30mg of Vitamin C per gummy with high corn syrup sugar content. You're better off buying fruit snacks that are fortified with vitamins, at least they taste good. I recommend Black Forest or Annie's.

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Thanks - rep
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This looks to be the same coupon from last time, i got it then and am still ineligible to use it again.
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Supplement Facts label attached.
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Thanks OP, $1.04 out the door with 15% S&S.
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Hi qwikwit - thanks, got one. Reps and TU to you. Thanks for posting!
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These gummies are just candy trying to pass off as supplements. 30mg of Vitamin C per gummy with high corn syrup sugar content. You're better off buying fruit snacks that are fortified with vitamins, at least they taste good. I recommend Black Forest or Annie's.
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Quote from Ticalisoul View Post :
These gummies are just candy trying to pass off as supplements. 30mg of Vitamin C per gummy with high corn syrup sugar content. You're better off buying fruit snacks that are fortified with vitamins, at least they taste good. I recommend Black Forest or Annie's.
Completely agree. It's like those zero diet coke that makes people believe they are drinking "more healthy".
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This looks to be the same coupon from last time, i got it then and am still ineligible to use it again.
use different amazon account
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These things are complete shit. Take an extra $3 and go get a pack of emergen-C or actual vitamin C supplements, or orange juice, and you'll receive a far greater immune boost from those alternatives to this garbage.
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30mg per serving is not a lot, but lower doses are much more efficient at raising plasma vitamin C concentrations vs. a typical 500mg or 1,000mg pills. per literature, ~200 to 300mg is the sweet spot. anything more than that, there is only a gradual increase in saturation so practically, it is a waste of money. it is better to take smaller doses divided throughout the day instead of taking for example 1,000mg once or twice a day.

but i'm sure linus pauling zealots would beg to differ. LMAO
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lol the comments here !!
thanks though. ..helps me from not buying junk!!
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30mg per serving is not a lot, but lower doses are much more efficient at raising plasma vitamin C concentrations vs. a typical 500mg or 1,000mg pills. per literature, ~200 to 300mg is the sweet spot. anything more than that, there is only a gradual increase in saturation so practically, it is a waste of money. it is better to take smaller doses divided throughout the day instead of taking for example 1,000mg once or twice a day.

but i'm sure linus pauling zealots would beg to differ. LMAO
so... take 7-10 of these a day, meaning a bottle lasts 6-8 days, and consume 70-100 calories for 200-300mg of vitamin C? what a plan.
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I'll stick with emergen-C
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