Trying to be healthier in the New Year? There are vitamins for that. And this one-day-only deal includes A LOT of them. Dozens of vitamins and supplements of all kinds – for men, women and even children – are on sale today. Some of them are over 60 percent off! I can’t even begin to get into the many different types of vitamins included here. Below is a very small sample of some of the products:
Normally $19, this men’s multivitamin is 40 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Optimum Nutrition Opti-Men, Mens Daily Multivitamin Supplement with Vitamins C, D, E, B12, 90 count on sale for $11.19
Normally $38, this vitamin B supplement is 52 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Garden of Life Vitamin B Complex on sale for $18.14
Normally 14, these melatonin sleeping tablets are 62 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Natrol Melatonin Fast Dissolve Tablets, Strawberry flavor, 5mg, 150 Count on sale for $5.26
Normally $29, this probiotic supplement is 69 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Culturelle Extra Strength Digestive Health Daily Formula, One Per Day Dietary Supplement, Contains 100% Naturally Sourced Lactobacillus GG –The Most Clinically Studied Probiotic†, 20 Count on sale for $8.88
Normally $20, this turmeric powder is 55 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
Gaia Herbs Golden Milk with Organic Turmeric Powder and Ashwagandha, 3.7 Oz on sale for $9.09
Normally $20, these kids supplements are 63 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)
UP4 Kids Cubes Probiotic Supplement Digestive and Immune Support on sale for $7.34
Don’t miss your chance to take a look at all of the 60 or so vitamins and supplements included in the entire deal.
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