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What is the origin of the whey proteins in Bariatric Advantage® Whey and Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal? If they are of animal origin, can they also cause allergies?
Whey proteins are present in cow's milk and may therefore cause allergies. Bariatric Advantage® Whey and NutriTotal are therefore only gluten-free.
What does the "all-in-1" formula of Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal contain?
One serving of Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal corresponds to one chewable tablet or 2 capsules of Bariatric Advantage® Multi, 2 chewable tablets of Bariatric Advantage® Calcium Citrate and 1.5 servings of Bariatric Advantage® Whey. Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal also contains fibres to facilitate intestinal transit.
Can the intake of Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal be spread out over the day?
Yes, mix 1 measuring spoon of NutriTotal with 100 ml of skimmed milk 3 times a day (morning, noon, evening). If you have milk intolerance, you can dissolve it in water.
Can Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal be taken as a meal replacement?
Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal is rich in proteins (30 g protein per serving but low in fats and carbohydrates and therefore not recommended as a meal replacement. By contrast, thanks to its specific composition, Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal is the most complete product for bariatric patients to compensate for vitamin, mineral and protein deficiencies before and after surgery.
I don’t eat enough protein. Can I take several servings of Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal so that I get at least 60 grams of protein per day?
1 serving of Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal contains the daily recommended amount of vitamins and minerals. To meet your daily protein needs, it is best to supplement your diet with 1 or more servings of Bariatric Advantage® Whey. Always ask your doctor or nutritionist for advice.
Can Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal be taken with milk as NutriTotal also contains magnesium? Is it true that less magnesium is absorbed when calcium is also present?
Certain types of magnesium that are added to milk can interact with calcium, causing less magnesium to be absorbed. A good calcium-magnesium ratio is 2: 1, however, since magnesium is present in Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal in the form of magnesium bisglycinate, the magnesium is very well absorbed and does not interact with calcium. This means that Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal can safely be mixed with milk. Ask your doctor for advice if you want to know more about this.
Is Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal Vanilla still available?
No, it is no longer available and has been replaced by Bariatric Advantage® NutriTotal with a delicious chocolate flavor. In addition to revamping the taste, we have also optimized the composition according to the latest international bariatric guidelines.
What do you need for a delicious smooth NutriTotal chocolate shake?
100 ml of milk or water...