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New Low Cost Prenatal Vitamins with DHA Are Popular for Expecting Mothers on a Budget
Date:8/17/2013

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) August 17, 2013

What can prenatal vitamins with DHA do for an expecting mother?

There is a great deal of excitement brewing around a new program from Pharmics that helps expecting mothers to buy supplements they need such as gentle iron at a lower cost. The company has been offering specialty supplements for many years, such as non-constipating iron that is fantastic for healthy digestion. Beyond the specialized nature of their products, they also endeavor to provide low cost solutions and bulk pricing for those who need good health on a budget. This has created a great deal of satisfaction for those families who absolutely need these daily regimens for their wellbeing.

How can someone receive the discount pricing and when does it expire?

At this time, there are no special requirements to enjoy discount prices on prenatal vitamins with DHA and other products from Pharmics. As part of this new initiative, they plan to offer bulk supplements to the public without any hassles. This means it will be easy to obtain non-constipating iron on a budget. As mentioned, most of the products offered by the company are included in this program, which means their popular gentle iron is easy to get for those who have had weight loss surgery or just need something that is easy on their body. During this recession, the need for economy pricing is essential, and Pharmics is happy to serve the larger population by keeping their shelves stocked with potent vitamins and minerals.

Will there be any special requirements or coupons needed?

The company does offer coupons in addition to their already low fees, but their gentle iron and prenatal vitamins with DHA are extremely competitive already, especially considering how long the bulk packs last. Having served the public for so long, and knowing that people need their specialty vitamins such as non-constipating iron, the company plans to continue this program for some time. “When consumers view our prices,” said Paul Bagley, a representative of Pharmics, Inc, “they feel that our potency may not be as strong as they would expect; however, our products have been recommended by physicians for years, and if you compare the labels, you’ll see that we provide the same levels of nutrition, if not more, than competing supplements.” While these low fees will continue throughout the recession, many would be wise to stock up on any specialty items that they need from Pharmics. Aside from the specialized stock of items, there are also many typical goods available from the store that will provide nutrition for men, women, and the elderly. This is a great time to stock up in bulk and enjoy the benefits of good health. For more information, please visit: http://www.pharmics.com .

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