... about £5 a month!
OK, so a fiver isn't much, but every pound adds up! £60 a year at the very minimum! After 18 months, that's £100!
The regular reader of my blog will be sitting there, looking confused now, right? ;-)
I've just found out that the multivitamin I take has got over 80% of the RDA of Vitamin C in it, so that's one less pill I need to pop!
It means that I need to take 4 supplements a day instead of 5 and I'll still be getting most of the RDA of Vitamin C!
I'm guessing I can stop taking the B vitamin booster too, but could be wrong about that 'cos I haven't checked that yet!
That takes it down to 3 supplements a day (multivitamin, calcium and B12) plus my 2 prescriptions! The multivitamin is awesome - OK, so it doesn't save a fortune, but reducing my daily pill count by 2 just from the multivitamin is wonderful 'cos I hate popping pills, but I need to take the prescriptions for my mental health, the calcium because I'm allergic to dairy and the B12 because I get low in it really easily. The multivitamin covers everything else because I'm a disabled vegetarian!
I really appreciate Simply Supplements making the multivitamin packed with the things I need into one pill! They sell them in packs of 360 too, so from now on I only need to spend £10 a year... so worth it!