“ Brand: Asda / Type: Vitamin Tablets „
I started taking these vitamins when I started a bit of a health kick because I thought that I wasn't getting enough iron because I was more than tired, fatigued almost loads of the time. I am a vegetarian and my diet is pretty poor so I've tried to change that a bit and take these vitamins while I get on track.
They were £2 for 90 and it's one a day so that's a month and a half worth which I think is a pretty good amount for the money. They say on the front that they "may help maintain good general health" which is pretty much what I was after.
They contain vitamin D2, Vitamin B2, B6, Folic acid, B12, Calcium, Iron, zinc and copper, all in varying percentages of our RDA (recommended daily allowance). B6 has 142%; B12 has 160% which is a bit weird because that sounds too high really. The lowest is calcium which is only 16%. The vitamin cocktail within these tablets are specially formulated for vegetarians hence the inclusion of the generally hard-to-find B vitamins which lots of vegetarians struggle to fit into their diet.
I also bought these ones because they are suitable for vegetarians and vegans, and sometimes tablets aren't and I like that guarantee.
The tablets are round and they are also not too big either like some I've had before. These aren't exactly coated in something which makes them easier to swallow, but they are just like your average cheap paracetamol to swallow. They don't really have a taste and you do just swallow them down so they are not horrible like the little ones I used to have to chew as a child.
Overall, I like taking them, even if they are only helping psychologically. I haven't noticed a difference but overall I've been so tired and stressed that I don't think I would have noticed really.
I recommend these if you are looking for some vitamins as it's a good blend and they are super cheap, especially compared to those from the likes of Holland and Barrat.