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    Prime 50 Fighting Fatigue 120 Capsules TSV 05/01/18 About £19 + post
    http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.402016

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    Prime Fifty Fighting Fatigue 4 Month Supply
    Item Number: 402016
    QVC Price £22.00
    Todays Special Value Price £18.74
    P&P £2.95

    The latest weapon in your health supplements arsenal, Fighting Fatigue tablets contain key nutrients such as B1 which contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism and B2 and Niacin which contribute to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue, formulated to help make the most difference to energy levels. Including a plethora of other vitamins and nutrients including vitamins C, E, B3, 6 and 12, iron, zinc and magnesium plus much more, these supplements have been designed to help meet the nutritional challenges ageing can bring.


    Be in your prime at fifty - Fighting Fatigue is formulated with the understanding that the ageing gut is less capable of absorbing nutrients from the diet as we age, and then addressing and fixing any deficient vitamins and minerals. With ultra-soluble and readily bioavailable nutrients these tablets also contain a natural extract of black pepper to enhance the absorption of these critical nutrients in the patented BioPerine.

    B good - containing vitamins B1, 2 and 3 (niacin), together they contribute to reduced tiredness and fatigue and the maintenance of normal energy levels, while vitamins B12 and 6 contribute to red blood cell formation and along with folate contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism and a reduction of tiredness too.


    C to the D - vitamin C is also included to increase iron absorption. Iron contributes to the formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, while vitamin D helps to reduce the risk of falling associated with muscle weakness - falling is a risk factor for bone fractures in the over 60s.

    Selenium and vitamin E - both contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress, which is the damage caused by free radicals to our cells, which increases as we age. While zinc and magnesium contribute to normal protein synthesis

    Specialty formulation - BioPerine is a patented and relevant ingredient developed by Prime Fifty and added to this specially tailored blend, to help increase bioavailability and support micronutrient absorption, which tends to decrease with age.

    Store in a cool, dry place below 25C
    Replace cap tightly on bottle after removing tablets
    Tablet shelf-life is 3 years from date of manufacture
    Do not exceed the recommended intake
    Keep out of reach of children
    As with any supplement check with your GP if you are under medical supervision
    It is safe to take Fighting Fatigue with other Prime Fifty products


    Contains:

    120 x Prime Fifty Fighting Fatigue tablets - taken one per day this is a four month supply


    How to take:

    One tablet to be taken once a day, with a cold drink at meal times


    For allergens, nutritional information and ingredients please see attached document - allergens will be in bold

    http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.as...ms.item.402016

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    Well I’ve followed that last link but can’t find the ‘document’ listing ingredients and allergens. I’d like to see details of any contra-indications too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICS MUM View Post
    Well Iíve followed that last link but canít find the Ďdocumentí listing ingredients and allergens. Iíd like to see details of any contra-indications too.


    My oncologist recommended this range to me last week so I'm going for it . She's worked with this guy . She said she sees a lot of people who are taking different supplements and that not only can they cancel one another out, it can also be dangerous if you don't know what you're doing . She always advocates taking something that has it all in one product for this reason .
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICS MUM View Post
    Well I’ve followed that last link but can’t find the ‘document’ listing ingredients and allergens. I’d like to see details of any contra-indications too.
    Is this any help? I found it on the Waitrose website.

    **Calcium Carbonate Prep (Maltodextrin), Bulking Agent (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Vitamin C Prep (Ascorbic Acid, HPMC), Magnesium Bisglycinate Prep (L-Glycine, Magnesium Oxide, Citric Acid), Magnesium Oxide, Caffeine, Nicotinamide, Vitamin E Prep (DL-Alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate, Silicon Dioxide), Tablet Coating (Emulsifier E464, Colour (E171, E141), Ferrous Fumarate, Calcium Pantothenate, Zinc Oxide, Zinc Bisglycinate Prep (L-Glycine, Zinc Oxide, Citric Acid), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Prep (Sucrose, Corn Starch, Gum Arabic, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Tri-Calcium Phosphate, Cholecalciferol, DL-Alpha-Tocopherol), Co-Enzyme Q10, Riboflavin, Vitamin B12 Prep (Di-Calcium Phosphate, Cyanocobalamin), Ferrous Bisglycinate Prep (Ferronly, L-Glycine, Citric Acid), Thiamin Hydrochloride, Black Pepper Extract, Folic Acid, Chromium Picolinate, Grape Seed Extract, Sodium Selenate, Potassium Iodide, D-Biotin**

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    What with this and the Speakmans and look-younger skin creams, is QVC becoming a snake oil channel?
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    its actually very good. b12,folic acid and the heart one co-enzyme Q10 much better than statins. i tried taking vitamians seperatly and made a real mess of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by boffy View Post
    its actually very good. b12,folic acid and the heart one co-enzyme Q10 much better than statins. i tried taking vitamians seperatly and made a real mess of it
    I've no doubt the supplements and vitamins are good for you, but will they make you feel less tired, like they are claiming?

    I take a daily vitamin pill which is supposed to give a 100% dose of everything you need for good health.
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    the only thing that may boost energy is the caffeine in the tablets. b12 is good
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    I take quite a few pills and worry that any supplements etc might not be compatible. I bought one of those SAD winter daylight lamps last week to help my depression. When it arrived and I read the instructions, I discovered I shouldn’t use it if I take anti depressants, which I do, nor if I’m diabetic which I am. Certain other herbal remedies are contra-indicated with my meds.

    This is the sort of info I need for these supplements. I don’t want to pay postage and have the trouble of sending them back if not suitable. I don’t want to bother my GP unnecessarily (I know their get-out clause will be to check with GP).

    I suppose I’m expecting too much - they can’t really cover all ifs, buts and maybes.
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