MULTI CHERRY & LEMON (2x90)

Contents volume
Chewable tablets for 6 months (1/day)
MULTI CHERRY & LEMON (2x90)
Contents volume
Chewable tablets for 6 months (1/day)
SKU
29623-29662-CONFIG-1
  • A unique mix of vitamins and minerals in easily absorbed, active forms.
  • Specifically designed for people who had a Gastric Bypass, Sleeve or other bariatric procedures.
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Bariatric surgery reduces the volume of the stomach, so you are able to eat less. Moreover, depending on the type of surgery, vitamins and minerals are less easily absorbed by the body. A general vitamin and mineral deficiency is therefore inevitable.

Bariatric Advantage Multi is a unique mix of vitamins and minerals in easily absorbed, active forms.

  • Easily absorbable minerals: bisglycinates (chelates), fumarates and citrates.
  • Vitamins in active forms: vitamin B6, vitamin B9 and vitamin B12.
  • Lactose, soy and gluten free

Use: 1 chewable tablet daily or as recommended.

Caution: food supplements must not be used to replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed stated dose. Keep out of reach of young children. Contains sweeteners. Excessive use can have a laxative effect.

  • Suitable for
  • Vegetarians
  • Gluten-free
  • Soy-free
  • Lactose-free
Facts and more

Deficiency of minerals (such as zinc, magnesium, iron, copper, calcium ... ) and deficiency of vitamins (such as vitamin A, B1, B6, B9, B12, C, D, E ...) lead to reduced health. Typical complaints are fatigue, trouble concentrating, insomnia, listlessness, muscle cramps, hair loss ...

Key nutrients
Nutrient Per recommended daily intake *RI
Vitamin A 800 µg 100%
Vitamin B1 4,2 mg 382%
Vitamin B2 2,8 mg 200%
Vitamim B3 32 mg 200%
Vitamin B5 12 mg 200%
Vitamin B6 2,8 mg 200%
Vitamin B12 500 µg 20000%
Vitamin C 160 mg 200%
Folate  400 µg 200%
Biotin 100 µg 200%
Iron 14 mg 100%
Chrome 80 µg 200%
Copper 1000 µg 100%
Iodine 150 µg 100%
Manganese 1 mg 50%
Magnesium 60 mg 16%
Molybdenum 100 µg 200%
Selenium 100 µg 182%
Zink 10 mg 100%
Choline bitartrate 5 mg  
Inositol 5 mg  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*RI: Reference Intake

Ingredients: Sweeteners: xylitol and sorbitol, magnesium bisglycinate, carrier: hydroxypropyl cellulose, ascorbic acid, anti-caking agent: stearic acid, _ avorings: cherry _ avor and citric acid, zinc bisglycinate, coloring substance: red beet powder (Beta vulgaris), iron fumarate, anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate and silicon dioxide, niacinamide, alpha-tocopheryl acetate, manganese citrate, calcium pantothenate, natural mixed tocopherols, thiamine mononitrate, choline bitartrate, inositol, betacarotene, sweetener: sucralose, pyridoxal-5-phosphate, ribo_ avin, copper citrate, retinyl palmitate, chromium picolinate, methylcobalamine, calcium-Lmethylfolate, potassium iodide, selenomethionine, sodium molybdate, phytomenadione, biotin, cholecalciferol

Frequently asked questions
Frequently asked questions
Do the Bariatric Advantage® Multi chewable tablets also come in flavours other than cherry and citrus? I am looking for more variation.
The chewable tablets are available in cherry and citrus flavours. Besides, we also offer...
I feel nauseous after taking Bariatric Advantage® Multi. Is that normal?
Do not take the tablet on an empty stomach, but preferably during or just after a meal.
Should the Bariatric Advantage® Multi and the Bariatric Advantage® Calcium Citrate chewable tablets be swallowed whole?
No, the tablets should be chewed into small pieces before being swallowed.
Can I take the calcium chewing tablets with multivitamins?
No, to ensure optimal absorption of all minerals, it’s preferable not to take the calcium chewing tablets along with multivitamins or Bariatrics Advantage Magnesium & Vitamin D. In order to ensure optimal absorption of all minerals, there should ...
Can Bariatric Advantage® Zinc be combined with the daily Bariatric Advantage® Multi?
Yes, after bariatric surgery zinc deficiency often occurs. The combination is safe and often recommended.
Is Bariatric Advantage Multi Citrus still available?
No, it is no longer available and has been replaced by Bariatric Advantage Multi with a fresh lemon flavor.
In addition to reviewing the taste, we have also optimized the formula according to the latest international bariatric guidelines.
How should I take Bariatric Advantage® Multi Chewable Tablets?

Don’t take the chewable tablets on an empty stomach. Bite the chewable tablets into pieces and swallow all of it after proper chewing. 

Is it necessary to take the Bariatric Advantage® Multi with a Calcium supplement?

It’s recommended to take additional calcium citrate alongside Bariatric Advantage® Multi. An additional 1200 mg, and preferably 1500 mg of calcium (3 chewable tablets), per day is recommended for maintaining strong bones and teeth.

Does Bariatric Advantage® have multivitamin supplements without iron?

The amount of iron in Bariatric Advantage® Multi Capsules/Chewable Tablets is in accordance with international bariatric guidelines. Bariatric Advantage® Multi Chewable Tablets contain only 18 mg of iron and a daily intake of Bariatric Advantage® Multi Capsules contains 28 mg of iron. 

Does Bariatric Advantage® have multivitamin supplements without iodine?

Bariatric Advantage® Multi Capsules/Chewable Tablets contain iodine, i.e. 150 µg of iodine per chewable tablet or per 2 capsules. Nutritionists generally recommend that healthy adults take 100-200 µg of iodine per day.

As you’ve undergone stomach surgery, you can’t digest as much food as before. As a result, iodine intake through food is significantly reduced.

People who suffer from hypothyroidism and are being treated with L-thyroxine can take this multivitamin as well. If in doubt, please consult your treating doctor.