Thursday, March 25, 2010


Vitamins Darling, I Always Get My Vitamins

Boned Jello

Some things never change.  PEP, of course,  was crap. Before long Honey was all tuckered out, and traded in for a new model.  PEP is off the market. That's how they did things back then.  Now, it's different.

Say Rodge, what do you and MoSup do to stay so youthful looking and vibrant?

We take the supplements shown to the right every morning, and have been for years.  We buy them from Wonder Labs, for these reasons.

  1. Wonder Labs is a source manufacturer, and probably makes the "name brand" vitamins you're taking now (and paying double for).
  2.  Wonder Labs fish supplements are pharmaceutical grade distilled (no mercury).
  3. Orders are securely taken, and shipped promptly.
Look at my before and after pictures

Boned Jello

462 Omega 3 Fatty Acids

6551 OIL OF OREGANO 100 Softgels

7562 Glucosamine750 mg Chondroitin 600 mg. 3X Triple Strength 120 Tablets

2914 CENTRUM SILVER® Comparable 365 Tablets

4831 Cinnamon Bark Capsules
605 MG Vegetarian Capsules 120 Vegetarian Capsules

Vitamin D 5000 IU 120 Tablets


Merrily said...

Some doc on Dr. Oz was touting krill oil over fish/salmon oil. Wonder if it's worth the extra $?

JMcD said...

I like Krell oil....Talk about expensive.
Hell, it's 16 light-years away to the planet Altair IV, and the Krell are extinct....Probably just a couple bottles left.

JMcD said...

You know..."Forbidden Planet"

DougM said...

I take Kroil™.
Loosens my nuts.
Creeps, too.

(Turing word: durtfull) *pppp*

wmprof said...

McCain thinks Govt knows best about Vitamins

Alear said...

I bought my One-A-Days again y-day. The label is different, says more Vitamin D. Yeah, I've been hearing a lot about D lately, but to change oneadays? And not trivially, from 100% to 175%. What they reduced was Vitamin C and lycopene (talk about your flash in the pan).

MiketheRadioMan said...

Too much of a fat-soluble vitamin (such as A, D E, or K) is not good for you. Doesn't get flushed out of the body as easily as water-soluble ones (like C). Watch for people suing the vitamin companies due to side effects.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, but Kellogg's PEP had some neat pins inside, during the late 40's and early 50's. Just sayin". . .

JMcD said...

Best thing about Kelloggs Pep..... They sponsored Superman on the radio.

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