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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Discount Codes 'n Vouchers
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  • Here is a new code I have found in a mailout to my house.

    LRF-UNO

    Early Bird £4 Off Saving.
    I'm guessing it can only be used once on an account like the previous £5 offer.

    Saved £9 using 2 codes today :money:
  • Doc_NDoc_N Forumite
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    An increasing number of good codes - thanks, guys.

    Maybe they're having to discount more to sell their products because of stories such as this, warning of potential ill effects:

    http://www.nursingtimes.net/nursing-practice/clinical-specialisms/nutrition/vitamin-pills-and-risk-of-death-studied/5037284.article
  • edited 17 November 2011 at 7:33PM
    Lugh_ChronainLugh_Chronain Forumite
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    edited 17 November 2011 at 7:33PM
    It says: the results cannot be interpreted to mean that supplements can cause early death. As the authors concede, it is possible that women were taking supplements in response to illness, which may have been the reason for their earlier deaths.

    It does appear however to be a controversial study. However, I don't think that is why they are, as it appears, forever discouting their products. The reason for this is most likely done on a commercial bases.

    Good to see there are studies like this being carried out all the same.

    And even though I admit to taking supplements myself, I still don't know why people appear to have more faith in supplements than conventional drugs, pharmaceutical companies must undergo rigid testing prior to releasing publically consumable drugs.

    Even though the government regulates supplement providers, claims are rarely examined as thoroughly.

    The following might also interest you which was pointed out by Eric Pisch, one of MSE's forum users, sometime ago:
    Eric_Pisch wrote: »
    do they also mention that if you take two many of some supplements like vitamin C you just urinate what you dont need away (basically !!!!ing your money away) or that some supplements are extremely dangerous in higher doses (ever had heart palpitations for 4 days from taking niacin? I have, after taking it for 6 months, took 2 days for the hospital to work out what caused it and 2 days to detox it from my system).

    http://1stholistic.com/nutrition/hol_nutr-toxic-dosages.htm
  • HDC-UNO SAVE £5 off the cost of your order when you spend £14.50 by 16/12/2011 worked for me - great find :):T
  • Save £2 off the cost of your order when you spend £14.50 by 24th December 2011. Code is SPAN-UDE :beer:
  • Lugh_ChronainLugh_Chronain Forumite
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    HDC-UDE £5 off the cost of your order when you spend £14.50 by 24/12/2011.

    Voucher can only be used once. Strictly one voucher per household. Applies to Healthspan products only, excludes VetVits and Nurture. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
  • edited 10 December 2011 at 7:00AM
    amityamity Forumite
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    edited 10 December 2011 at 7:00AM
    Before you use this one, ensure you've tried the two £5 off codes above. You can use both. Split your order into two parts (each being £14.5, in total, or more) so that you can use both :D

    now...
    EUDEB

    £4 off any order of minimum spend £14.50, and 'valid across the whole range'.



    All the best :)
  • Lugh_ChronainLugh_Chronain Forumite
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    Save £2 off your order when you spend £14.50 by 29/02/2012.

    HDC-VJA
  • Save £2 off your order when you spend £14.50 by 29/02/2012.

    HDC-VJA



    This one still good. Thanks for the code
  • malc_bmalc_b Forumite
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    Rather than bother with codes use top cash back. That gives 20% on total order (i.e. £3 in £15) so better rate than £2 discounts (apologies if I'm repeating a post on this thread).
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