When you have your health, anything is possible. But sometimes, we don't appreciate feeling good until we are faced with a health problem. Take heart, no matter where you are in terms of your health, there's always an opportunity to add healthful habits to your life, and Sam's Club® is here to help. Take control of your health and wellness with health products to keep you and your family thriving.
What kinds of health supplies do you like to keep on hand at home? Sam's Club makes it easy to stock your medicine cabinet, with remedies for pain, allergy and sinus medications and an entire section for cough, cold and flu. Don't wait until these common ailments pop up. When you keep healthy supplies of common medicines at home for yourself and your family, there's no need to make a trip to the store when someone isn't feeling well. Plus, you'll feel good about the selection of the top doctor-recommended brands at Sam's Club.
Smokers, are you ready to kick the habit? Quitting cold turkey is certainly an option. But if you want to gradually reduce your dependence on nicotine, you may want to try nicotine gum. It's just one of the health supplies you can reach for when you're tempted to light a cigarette. And the great news is that your body begins to repair itself as soon as you stop smoking. Quitting will improve your heart rate and your blood's carbon monoxide levels. Plus, your lung function will begin to improve and your heart attack risk will go down.
Are you getting all the nutrition you need from your everyday diet? If not, you may want to talk to your doctor about vitamins and supplements. Popular options include fiber, probiotics, fish oils like omega-3, coconut oil, flaxseed and vitamins that may help with digestion, heart health, joint pain and other common ailments.
If you're interested in losing weight, you don't have to go it alone. In addition to all the fresh produce and protein options at Sam's Club, you can also find diet food & drinks, along with weight loss supplements to help you along on your journey.
*Based on multiple sources, including third-party industry reports, quarterly competitor results and analyst briefings.