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Gym memberships, organic food, emergency room visits when you go too hard on the Stairmaster— feeling your best can get expensive fast. Luckily, we've spotted some great deals on food, supplements, and equipment to help keep you in tip-top shape. There's an all-time low on calcium, a $31 low on a gym bench, and more in this week's best health and wellness deals.
Is It Worth It?: Keep your bones strong with this Editors' Choice deal. That's only 99 cents per bottle, tied with our mention from last week
Puritan's Pride cuts 75% off a selection of supplements when you add five or more bottles to your cart. Plus, all orders qualify for free shipping. That yields very strong savings on all items, although we saw it with a bundled freebie on orders of $15 or more two weeks ago.
Is It Worth It?: When you're working hard, don't forget to give your body healthy fuel. These chewy fruit and nut bars are as tasty as they are healthy (they're a favorite in the DealNews break room). Plus, get an extra 5% off and bag free shipping when you add an item to your cart via Subscribe & Save. Deals start at $11.19 after the above discounts. These bars are gluten-free.
Be sure to cancel Subscribe & Save after your order arrives, or you'll be billed for subsequent shipments.
Is It Worth It?: Oils can be a great addition to a bath, incense, or massage. This price is tied with last week's mention. Peppermint Oil purportedly supports respiratory health and has relaxing properties.
Is It Worth It?: This Editors' Choice deal will help you keep fit even when you can't make it to the gym. This multi-position bench features a 4-roll leg lockdown, slant board, and vinyl seat. The medicine ball is available in weights from 2-lbs. to 12-lbs.
Is It Worth It?: And after that workout, it's time for a protein smoothie! This Editors' Choice deal can help. This 1,560-watt blender features six pre-programmed settings, ten manual settings, and a 3-quart WildSide jar.
Blendtec also offers its factory-refurbished Blendtec Designer Series Blender with WildSide Jar in Black or Cream for $349.95. Use coupon code "303604" to bag free shipping. That's $46 below the lowest total price we could find for a new unit. Compared to the model above, it features 25 pre-programmed settings and a capacitive-touch user interface. A 7-year Blendtec warranty is included for both models.