April 9 Puritan’s Pride Sale – 5 for 2, 10% Off, Free ShippingWritten by: Alison Print This Article
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If you’re shopping for vitamins and nutritional supplements, you might like to know Puritan’s Pride is offering an additional 10% off plus free shipping on April 9. This is above and beyond its “buy 2 get 3 free” pricing, but for one day only. Now would be a great time to click on over to Puritan’s Pride, enter your order, and then during check-out be sure to enter the coupon code TAPSSD5 to get the additional savings.
One Day Only – 10% OFF any order + Free Shipping at Puritan’s Pride Vitamins!
Enter code: TAPSSD5 at checkout.
Valid: April 9, 2010
Except for lifeguards and others who spend a lot of time in the sun on a regular basis, virtually everybody needs vitamin D supplements to achieve optimal levels of vitamin D. Puritan’s Pride offers a 5000 IU tiny easy to swallow vitamin D3 softgel product that is ideal for the many people who need 5000 IU or more of vitamin D3 per day to maintain healthy vitamin D levels in their blood.
For $51.98 minus the 10% discount, you would get five bottles of 200 softgels. That’s enough for 1.5 years of supplementation for two typical adults at 5000 IU per day at an approximate cost of $17 per year per person. It’s one of the lowest prices around for vitamin D3 supplements.
As a reminder, it’s best to consume fat-soluble supplements like vitamin D3 with some other fats (fish oil, lecithin, a typical meal containing some fat) and apart from fiber and fat-blocking supplements like chitosan, psyllium, and Alli that would impede efficient absorption. If you’re taking such supplements, simply take your vitamin D3 several hours earlier or later for best results.
If you don’t need quite that much, you can take the 5000 IU vitamin D3 softgels every other day as vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble nutrient for which it is acceptable to vary the intake daily. Or if you’re willing to pay a little more per IU, you can get Puritan’s Pride Vitamin D3 softgels in other sizes.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products mentioned in this post are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.