National Nutrition: BOGO Free Vitamins, Free Protein Bars, Bonus Health Supplements & More!


National Nutrition is a little known Canadian gem that sells vitamins, protein supplements, essential oils, and other health related goods. They currently have some amazing deals on health essentials: you can buy one get one free, get bonus vitamins with your order (buy 120 capsules, get 60 free for example) and get free protein bars with your order as well. If you order $149 or more, you will also get a bonus free product of your choice. Orders of $79 or more receive free shipping.

A recent study conducted by Statistics Canada, found that two-thirds of the Canadian population have a vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D supplementation is even more imperative in the winter as the sun's rays do not hit the earth at the right angle for much absorption. Pick up this Vitamin D3 1000IU 180 + 180 Softgels FREE! offer. Originally $25.98, you pay $11.99. That is a grand total of 360 capsules. If you took just one a day (I take three), then this would last you an entire year!

My mother swears by Oil of Oregano for taking away her colds and improving her immune system. The downside: this stuff tastes horrible. However, several of my friends use it and it really does seem to help. Take advantage of this Oregano Oil Liquid 60ml + 30ml FREE! offer. Look, this stuff is notoriously expensive so you are really getting a fantastic deal here. Originally $39.99, the bottle is on sale for $29.99. You cannot get 90ml of this stuff for that cheap anywhere else.

Many Moosers will be starting the new year with a cleanse to purge out all that holiday junk food and get your system back on the right track. This CleanseSmart 30 Day Kit + Omega 369 90 Caps FREE! is a super deal. First of all, the CleanseSmart 30 Day Kit costs $29.99 @ Superstore (I just looked), so you are paying a good price for the kit to begin with and getting an awesome freebie. Pay just $29.99 for this combo of products.

Protein powder is my go-to supplement when I start working out at the gym or going to the pool again. Funny enough, I use the Kazien brand which is on sale and comes with some awesome freebies. Check out the 100% Natural Whey Protein 908g (5 Flavs) +6 Protein Bars FREE! Yes, you get six free protein bars with your order. The Whey Powder itself is on sale from $39.99 down to $34.99. The same size container of Kaizen whey is $38.95 @ Amazon.

Orders over $149 qualify for a free gift - see the promotion page I linked to above.

(Expiry: 31st January 2016)


  • Bonnie
    Avigayil, I am a medical doctor from Montreal. I do not know your age or medical history. I am 47 and have osteoporosis. I am on 2000 IU of Vitamin D per day. That is for people with osteoporosis. Here are the Canadian guidelines: Vitamin D is essential to the treatment of osteoporosis because it promotes calcium absorption from the diet and is necessary for normal bone growth. Some research suggests it may also ward off immune diseases, infection and cancer. The new guidelines recommend daily supplements of 400 to 1000 IU for adults under age 50 without osteoporosis or conditions affecting vitamin D absorption. For adults over 50, supplements of between 800 and 2000 IU are recommended. “A daily supplement of 20 mcg (800 IU) should now be regarded as a minimum dose for adults with osteoporosis,” writes Hanley with co-authors. “Canadians can safely take daily vitamin D supplements up to the current definition of tolerable upper intake level (50 mcg [2000 IU]), but doses above that require medical supervision.” I would not recommend that everyone take 3000 IU per day. Vitamin D is stored in our fat cells and can easily become toxic. There are metabolic consequences when taking excessive amounts of Vitamin D, which can become serious. More is not always better. Unless a medical doctor has advised you to take that dose, I would ask that you discuss this with a qualified professional. For the rest of the Bargainmoosers, please do not pop Vitamin D (or any other vitamins) like candy. Thank you and Happy New Year.
    • Avigayil M.
      Thank you for your comment Bonnie. I was certainly not making any recommendations on dosage - rather using an example to show how long this supplement would last! I am sure people will read the instructions on each bottle and follow the dosage of each supplement accordingly :)

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