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Save Money On Your Supplements (For Real)

September 12, 2017

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I’m not big on having you take a crazy amount of supplements, but you’re probably taking at least a few. You have always been able to order from my online store or pop into the office if you’re local to Austin. But let’s be honest, it’s somewhat a pain in the ass and why not buy everything you own on Amazon, where you can buy fish oil and Q-Tips at the same time.

I’ve explained before that the supplements I recommend require a doctor or practitioner’s license - many times they are sold online through someone who is not authorized, or is selling expired product.

But again, that Amazon button is just too appealing.

I decided to team up with Metagenics and offer you 10% off all your supplements. Over time this will save you a bunch of moolah and persuade you to support your favorite nutritionist, whom you trust with your nutrient needs.

Not one time. Not two times. But with every order from now until the end of times.

When you order Metagenics from our online store, first-time shoppers receive a 10% savings on their initial purchase. If you go ahead and sign up for auto-ship during checkout, you will receive 10% off on all recurring orders.

The cool thing is you’re not locked in forever, there is no contract and you can cancel your autoship whenever you want to. If you stopped taking a product, or maybe you took less this time around, you can push your auto-order a week or two. You’re the boss.

OK, so here’s what you do:
Check out my Online Store, and Create Account on the top right of the screen. The Practitioner Code is nutritionalwisdom (one word - all lowercase). You’ll only have to enter that once.

I’m working with other companies. to get you some deals on those goodies too. I’ll keep you posted on that. But, for now, if you’re taking anything from Metagenics, and want to make sure you are getting the best stuff, set up your auto-ship account. Set it and forget it! Remember that oddly addicting infomercial??