Selenium and Q10 feature in positive study findings.
Posted 29 June 2012 12:00 AM by Healthspan
Something that caught our eye at Healthspan was the claim by reporters in the Daily Mail
and Daily Express
that "Over-the-counter supplements that cost £1.10 a day 'can cut risk of heart disease by half'"
We took a look at where these prices might come from- examining two large UK brands for their 200mg CoQ10 and 200 milligram Selenium.
||Co Q10 200mg
|Holland & Barrett
||£32.55 for 30
||£13.99 for 250
||£30.65 for 30
||£6.15 for 90
||£24.95 for 60
||£9.85 for 360
*Prices accurate on the links given above at 3pm on 29/05/12.
We're obviously very pleased to see that we've come out as the best value in the market- especially as we have every confidence in our products also being the highest quality in the market.
Again, we can see that Healthspan offers best value all-year round. At the margin of saving represented on these products above not even a penny-sale or a 3-for-2 offer would make up the price difference to the consumer's daily cost if purchased from these other companies.