NEW! Ultimate Bariatric Liquid Vitamin Bundle
Introducing the Ultimate Bariatric Liquid Vitamin Bundle – a comprehensive solution to support your post-bariatric surgery nutritional needs. This carefully curated bundle combines five essential liquid supplements from Liquid Health, a trusted name in premium nutritional products.
Complete Multiple Liquid Multivitamin
This powerhouse formula is designed to provide a broad spectrum of essential vitamins and minerals in a highly absorbable liquid form. Tailored for bariatric patients, it promotes overall well-being and fills nutritional gaps to support optimal recovery.
Calcium Magnesium Liquid Calcium Supplement
Specially formulated for bariatric patients, this liquid calcium supplement aids in maintaining bone health and preventing deficiencies. The synergistic blend of calcium and magnesium ensures maximum absorption for enhanced effectiveness.
Vegan Vitamin D3 Supplement
Harness the power of sunshine with this Vegan Vitamin D3 supplement. Essential for bone health, immune function, and overall vitality, this liquid form ensures rapid absorption, making it an ideal choice for bariatric patients.
New Vegan Liquid Iron Supplement
Combat iron deficiency with this liquid iron supplement, thoughtfully crafted for easy absorption and gentle on the digestive system. Ideal for those with bariatric concerns, it helps alleviate fatigue and promotes optimal energy levels.
Organic Vitamin B12 Liquid Pure Methyl Drops
Elevate your energy levels with this high-potency B12 supplement. The liquid methylcobalamin form ensures superior absorption, supporting neurological health and addressing potential B12 deficiencies common in post-bariatric individuals.
Experience the convenience and efficacy of liquid supplementation with the Ultimate Bariatric Liquid Vitamin Bundle – your all-in-one solution for comprehensive post-bariatric nutritional support. Trust Liquid Health to fuel your journey to optimal health and vitality.
After bariatric surgery, the amount of nutrients absorbed by the body can significantly decrease due to changes in the digestive system. Therefore, it's crucial to follow a specific nutrient guideline to ensure proper health. However, **individual needs may vary**, and these should be tailored by a healthcare provider based on specific circumstances, including the type of surgery performed and the patient's health status.
Recommended Intake: Generally, the recommendation is 1200-1500 mg of elemental calcium per day, divided into doses of 500-600 mg each to maximize absorption.
Forms: Calcium citrate is often recommended for bariatric patients as it doesn't require stomach acid for absorption, making it more suitable post-surgery.
Recommended Intake: The typical recommendation is 400-800 mg per day.
Importance: Magnesium works closely with calcium and is important for bone health, muscle function, and overall metabolism.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine): At least 12 mg per day, but may be higher depending on the individual's condition.
Vitamin B12: Recommendations can range from 350-1000 mcg per day, with some patients requiring injections or sublingual forms for better absorption.
Folic Acid: About 400-800 mcg per day is typically advised.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine): A dosage of 1.5-2.0 mg per day is commonly recommended.
Other Essential Minerals
Iron: 45-60 mg per day, but this can vary based on iron levels and anemia status. Women may need more, especially if menstruating.
Zinc: 8-22 mg per day, as zinc absorption can be impaired post-surgery.
Copper: Typically 0.5-1.5 mg per day, but should be balanced with zinc intake to prevent deficiency.
Protein: An increased protein intake is often necessary post-bariatric surgery to maintain muscle mass. The amount can vary from 60 to 100 grams per day based on individual needs.
Vitamin D: At least 3000 IU per day to maintain bone health and calcium absorption.
Multivitamin: A complete multivitamin specifically designed for bariatric patients is often recommended to cover general micronutrient needs.
Monitoring and Consultation
It’s crucial for bariatric patients to have regular follow-up appointments with their healthcare provider to monitor nutrient levels and adjust supplements as needed. Blood tests are typically used to monitor levels of vitamins and minerals in the body to ensure that patients are not developing deficiencies.
The above information provides general guidelines and should not replace professional medical advice. Always consult with a registered dietitian or a bariatric specialist to receive personalized recommendations and to adjust your diet and supplements according to your specific needs and health status.