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from Beta Carotene & Vitamin A Acetate
Vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6
12 to 20 mg
75 mcg, 3,000 IU
D-alpha tocopheryl succinate
Cyanocobalamin and Methylcobalamin
as Potassium Iodide
as Magnesium Oxide, Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate & Magnesium Citrate
Zinc Oxide and Zinc Amino Acid Chelate
Selenium Amino Acid Chelate
as Manganese Sulfate
as Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate
(from Beta Carotene & Vitamin A Acetate)
Vitamin A is used in the formation and maintenance of healthy teeth, bones, skin, and soft tissue.
(Vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6)
The bariatric patient’s favorite vitamins. Vitamins B1, B2, B5, and B6 are critical for healthy skin, hair, muscles, nervous system, and brain function. But, better yet, the B vitamins are critical in the process of converting carbohydrates into energy.
The sunshine nutrient. A lack of vitamin D can cause bone deficiencies and diseases and is required in high doses after bariatric surgery.
The immunity mineral, Vitamin C bolsters the immune system but also plays a vital role in wound healing and the regeneration of antioxidants.
(as D-alpha tocopheryl succinate)
An essential nutrient in wound healing, vitamin E aids in the production of red blood cells and assists vitamin K in the healing of wounds and scars.
An essential nutrient in the blood clotting process and assists in wound healing after bariatric surgery.
(Cyanocobalamin and Methylcobalamin)
One of the most common vitamin deficiencies after bariatric surgery, B12 is an essential nutrient for metabolic and nervous system health. B12 helps breakdown fatty acids and amino acids to provide you with energy and strengthen your immune system.
(as Potassium Iodide)
A mineral essential to thyroid control by regulating your metabolism for weight and energy control. Iodine also promotes skin repair and slows down the appearance of aging.
(as Magnesium Oxide, Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate & Magnesium Citrate)
An important mineral that aids in the absorption and breakdown of the other ingredients in our vitamin formulation.
(from Ferrous Fumarate)
Another vitamin deficiency after bariatric surgery and the most common reason for post-bariatric anemia. Iron is essential in the production of red blood cells and for making amino acids.
An essential nutrient in the production of DNA, and is especially important for women on child bearing age as a lack of folate can result in birth defects.
(Zinc Oxide and Zinc Amino Acid Chelate)
Critical to the support of a healthy immune system and optimal metabolic control.
(Selenium Amino Acid Chelate)
Selenium helps fight oxidative stress that could result in chronic health conditions such as heart disease and cancer. Low selenium levels in post-bariatric patients could result in cardiomyopathy.
(from Copper Gluconate)
Copper aids in metabolizing iron and supporting your immunity.
Otherwise known as vitamin B3, this nutrient helps maintain healthy skin, nerves, and brain and also plays an important role in lowering cholesterol levels.
(as Manganese Sulfate)
Manganese is important in the formation of bones and helps metabolize amino acids, cholesterol, and carbohydrates.
(as Molybdenum Amino Acid Chelate)
An essential mineral found in most grains and legumes. This nutrient helps break down unhealthy toxins in the body.
(as Chromium Picolinate)
The insulin nutrient that helps maintain healthy blood glucose levels and is needed to convert glucose into energy, which is extra important for diabetics.
Better known as the beauty vitamin, biotin is an essential nutrient for better hair, skin and nails, but also helps support metabolic processes.