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Swisse Mens/Womens Ultivite F1 60 Tablets $15 ($13.50 S&S) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Cheaper than chemist warehouse & Woolworths if S&S.
$0.23/count (S&S)

Swisse Womens Ultivite 60 Tablets

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  • I've always thought multivitamins are a waste of money, with a few exceptional circumstances.

    Anyone use these and see a benefit?

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      You are pretty much spot on. There is the odd case where vitamins deficiencies are controlled (Low iron level), but the vast majority will just end up as pee (it passes quick). A balanced diet will always do more for your health, than a multi-vitamin pill. In saying all this (removing my bias), people seem to think they will replace the shortcomings of their diet and for most they will see no difference in their health (except in some cases of vitamins deficiencies, as above). There isn't really any harm in trying them and it seems to "work" or at least have a placebo effect for some patients.

      Vöost seems to be the only one I really see people around me using and they do work well for things like hangovers and prevent the downtime from having to setup and go through IV rehydration.

      I personally use fish oils that are high in eicosapentaenoic acid (promotes brain function and research shows possible brain tissue growth) and Vitamin C that promotes collagen formation, supports immune system function, and reduces the symptoms of colds/Flu every time I get sick from being coughed on. Research shows the benefit / possible benefit of these, and I guess I just never stopped taking them from my time at uni.

      Lastly, most brand have a number on the bottle (& their website) which you can call and get better advice on each product and some guidance on what would be good for you and any of your aliments. Just remember these operators (although well trained) generally have an alternative outlook to health and also are paid to get you to buy their products. I wouldn't recommend chain pharmacies for advice, as the general training in supplements is very poor

  • +1

    Yeah you will piss yellow urine for some reason

    • Your urine is yellow because you are peeing out the vast majority of the vitamins and minerals in these multi-vitamins. As my old chem teacher use to say "It's just expensive pee"

      • +1

        I get normal coloured pee. Must be deficient

        • It can depend on what is in the capsule. Generally, the lower the dose, the lighter the pee. The issue is the body doesn't have time to absorb these vitamins and minerals before people pass them. The only way I have had clear urine (personal experience) after taking a multi-vitamin is either the product is total crap or I'm overhydrated (usually after many drinks with the lads).

  • Done quick search, if you need more than 1 unit ebay is cheaper

  • +3

    For Women 120 tablets packs is for $19.95 and if you use subscribe & save it comes down to $17.96.

    Swisse Womens Ultivite 120 Tablets https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B01AVGS2MA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i...

    • Thank you. Was about to post the Amazon deal till i saw this

  • This or the Cenovis 100 count for $10.99 ($9.89 S&S)?


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