For I can do everything through Christ, who gives me strength. Phillipians 4:13
CW 190!!! GW Anything under 200 was the icing on the cake...going for 170...lil more icing never hurt anybody!
I personally buy the nature made multi complete from CVS. And I take 2 a day. (cost me around $11 for 300, so around 7 cents a day) along with calcium x 6 a day (also from cvs at $13.00 for 300, .26cents a day) D3(60 cost $6.75 11 cents a day), b12 ($4.00 for 60, so 6 cents a day), Biotin, Iron and Vit C. I figured it not to long ago and I was spending about 1.00 a day for all my vitamins.
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on 8/7/13 6:00 am
The only bariatric vitamin I buy is the calcium citrate chewies and that is because I take so many calcium a day I want some variety. Otherwise, I buy my vitamins at Walgreens or CVS and wait until they have BOGO sales. I usually get the Spectravite (CVS brand multivitamins). I buy the one for seniors, even though I'm not, because I want a multi without iron to take with my calcium. I take my iron separately at night. At CVS if they have coupons and a BOGO sale, you can use 1 coupon for each bottle, so sometimes I'll buy Nature's Made or Sundown or Centrum because I can usually find coupons for those. Its much more reasonable that those multis marketed to bariatric patients.
Get the Walmart version of Centrum and get the Walmart brand of Calcium citrate. Much, much cheaper.
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