What You'll Get
Vitamins allow humans to harness nature’s goodness in a compact pill form rather than slaughtering oranges for vitamin C and tickling calcium out of unsuspecting cows. Simplify your supplements with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of health food and nutritional supplements from Tunie’s Super Save Nutrition Center.
Tunies stocks more than 27,000 vitamins, supplements, health foods, and more within a superstore dedicated to equipping consumers for healthy and energetic living. Fuel up soulsacks for workout sessions or long days lifting paperweights with a high-protein serving of Nature's Plus Carrot-tein Shake, a meal supplement infused with vitamins, minerals, and beta-carotene ($17.19). A large selection of health-boosting vitamins and minerals can help restore weather-beaten immune systems or keep mint-condition ones in their original packaging. Or, introduce youngsters to the revitalizing benefits of homeopathy using Newton Homeopathics Kid Detox ($11.99), which aims to evict loitering body toxins. Tunies' licensed nutritionist, in the store four days a week, consults with customers free of charge about wise nutrition choices and the best vitamins for waterproofing elbows.
Tunies also helps keep pantries stocked with healthy and organic groceries. Grab a quick, nutritious breakfast with Kashi's toasted berry cereal ($4.19) or opt for fruit cleansed naturally with Healthy Harvest fruit and vegetable rinse ($3.59), made from purified water and non-ionic surfactant, with no chemically and difficult to pronounce additives. In an effort to keep shoppers informed about healthy living, Tunies hosts in-store seminars twice a week and a radio show three times a week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tunies Natural Grocery & Vitamin Market
Tunies' staff of wellness specialists—including a raw-food chef, a midwife, and a nutritionist—guides patrons through the more than 30,000 natural and organic products, vitamins, and supplements that line the shop's shelves. Eschewing creepy preservatives and other unknown chemicals, they instead fill stores’ shelves with provisions ranging from from nut butters and apple cider vinegar to an array of omega oils. When not busy filling baskets with super-foods such as seaweed and almond milk, patrons browse remedies for digestion and the flu, as well as vitamins calibrated to strengthen eyes, kidneys, and vitamin-taking muscles. Patrons can also savor prepared foods from the shop's deli.