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For free samples of Celebrate Bariatric Vitamins, you can email them here: success@celebratevitamins.com You can ask for chewable vitamins, ENS drink mix, Creamy Bites, or all of the above.

For Building Blocks bariatric specific Vitamins including chewables, capsules and even a sublingual B-12 spray! visit www.bbvitamins.com/bariatrictv.aspx for a 100% FREE Sample kit of their chewable vitamins

For Bariatric Advantage, e.sinson@bariatricadvantage.com you can ask for samples of all their chewables.

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wow- thanks so much!

For free samples of Celebrate Bariatric Vitamins, you can email them here: success@celebratevitamins.com You can ask for chewable vitamins, ENS drink mix, Creamy Bites, or all of the above.

For Building Blocks bariatric specific Vitamins including chewables, capsules and even a sublingual B-12 spray! visit www.bbvitamins.com/bariatrictv.aspx for a 100% FREE Sample kit of their chewable vitamins

For Bariatric Advantage, e.sinson@bariatricadvantage.com you can ask for samples of all their chewables.

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I didn't like any of the ones mentioned above. My husband uses Opti-Source, which isn't the most recommended, but they don't taste awful. I can't stomach those either. I am currently taking Gummy One a Day's as it is all I can take. Someday, I hope to take the ones they recommend, which are called, Fushion. Until then, it's gummies for me!

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For Vitamin with Iron I use the Flintstone Complete It has Iron. NOt wild about the taste but is one a day anyway. For Calcium I have been taking VitaFusion Calcium 500 mg Gummy - I take two at a time 3 times a day. For B-12 I found it cheaper to get a vial from the pharmacy. There is a 10 month supply and I inject myself. NO biggie. The cost for the B12 is about $11.00 for a 10 month supply and about 20 cents for each syringe.

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I am a huge fan of Celebrate chewables, actually kind of yummy! I have also tried Bariatric Fusion's chewables; they are pretty good too but Celebrate tastes better and has much higher levels of everything we need. Hope that helps!

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For Vitamin with Iron I use the Flintstone Complete It has Iron. NOt wild about the taste but is one a day anyway. For Calcium I have been taking VitaFusion Calcium 500 mg Gummy - I take two at a time 3 times a day. For B-12 I found it cheaper to get a vial from the pharmacy. There is a 10 month supply and I inject myself. NO biggie. The cost for the B12 is about $11.00 for a 10 month supply and about 20 cents for each syringe.

Is that a calcium citrate gummy? or calcium carbonate? I really need calcium. I can't stomach the Bariatric Advantage ones.

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I love the Bariatric Advantage chocolate chews. They are way better than the viative thats in the stores that is Calcium carbonate. i am glad I found

calcium citrate in a choc chew. They are yummy!

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I got some of the Opti-Source at Walgreen's the other day just to try... I've been enjoying my One-A-Day gummies (I take 2 a day), but the Opti-Source has higher levels of stuff for bariatric surgery patients, and I think they're okay. I got the citrus flavor, and it tastes sort of like Tang from when I was little. They're not Gummy, but they're chewable, and I can't taste any of that nasty stuff most chewables have (is that the B Vitamins that taste so gross?). These are okay.

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