Body First Multivitamin – 120 for $2.99 – Just 2.5 cents per day!

Body First Multivitamin with Lutein

Less than 3 cents per day to get your vitamin bases covered!

Hot off the heels of our new hot deal alert feature, we have yet another stack-topper:

120 Tablets of Body First Multivitamin with Lutein for just $2.99.

That’s less than three cents per day to get your vitamins in!

While everyone else is arguing about whether or not multivitamins are useful or not, we do our best to make it a moot argument by finding them so cheap that it really doesn’t matter!

What’s the Catch?

The biggest catch is that shipping will cost you twice as much as the product itself!

That’s why this is a great stack topper. Just add it to the cart on top of the other protein deals we’ve been finding (there’s three of them here as I write this).

We’ve seen some other price drops on Body First supplements, so we’re thinking that their stock is getting cleared out from the store.

What’s our take on multivitamins?

First, let me say that we’re food and vegetable eaters. Leafy, colorful vegetables. Eat a diverse and abundant enough amount, and you likely don’t need much in the way of vitamins.

But for those who are low on veggies, taking a multivitamin is a good way to cover any gaps you may have.

However, we think this is a better general gameplan:

  • Track all of your food in a good calorie counter.
  • Learn where you’re deficient
  • Supplement just what you need if dietary changes aren’t enough

That is an overall safer option than mega dosing everything with wreckless abandon.

That said, this multivitamin is not megadosed, and is such a good deal that it’s worth getting.

Final Verdict?

Add it to the cart.

Unfortunately for me, I already ordered yesterday’s protein deal and am going to miss this one since I don’t need this.

About the Author: Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto

Mike Roberto is a research scientist and water sports athlete who founded PricePlow. He is a biohacker with extensive experience in supplementation and dietary modification, whose personal expertise stems from several "n=1" experiments done on himself.

Mike's goal is to bridge the gap between nutritional research scientists and non-academics who seek to better their health in a system that has catastrophically failed the public.

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