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Has anyone tried these? I’ve been all over the forum and not one mention of these. One pill a day sounds like a dream come true, I already have Calcium that I love (barimelts) I put the chewable in Water, it dissolves and I drink it..Magic!

Yo-Yo Girl from New York City :)

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We sell the entire ProCare Health product line in the BariatricPal Store. They’re fairly new compared to the other more we’ll know Bariatric Vitamin brands. Customers love all the products. The all in one Vitamins abide by ASMBS guidelines and are a great choice.

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45 minutes ago, Yo-yo girl said:

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Has anyone tried these? I’ve been all over the forum and not one mention of these. One pill a day sounds like a dream come true, I already have Calcium that I love (barimelts) I put the chewable in Water, it dissolves and I drink it..Magic!

Yo-Yo Girl from New York City :)

I take them! And I love them, and my Vitamin levels are great.

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I got some free samples of the one-a-day chewable vitamins from ProCare Health and it was AWFUL. Like I could barely get it down it tasted so bad. Maybe the capsules are okay but I'm not ready for capsules yet.

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Yo Yo Girl, did you,purchase them in NY or were they a internet/mail order item?😊

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Yo Yo Girl, did you,purchase them in NY or were they a internet/mail order item?[emoji4]


My Calcium BariMelts I got from Amazon.. they aren’t bad but I just don’t like sweets and all that suckling so I put 2 in like 2-3 oz of Water and gone. They are super potent and I like that!


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We sell the entire ProCare Health product line in the BariatricPal Store. They’re fairly new compared to the other more we’ll know Bariatric Vitamin brands. Customers love all the products. The all in one Vitamins abide by ASMBS guidelines and are a great choice.


Ah ok.. I kind of figured as much. I’m definitely getting the iron-free ones. I believe ill be set with these vitamins along with my Heme Iron and my barimelt Calcium, unless my numbers say otherwise.


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I got some free samples of the one-a-day chewable vitamins from ProCare Health and it was AWFUL. Like I could barely get it down it tasted so bad. Maybe the capsules are okay but I'm not ready for capsules yet.


The capsules have no taste. They are just a larger pill. But I don’t have a hard time getting them down.


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I am taking the chewable form of this for my all liquid post op diet and they taste horrible

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So how much cost is there to an average monthly Vitamin regime? And before you say it, everybody is different, I just want a ball park figure 😍

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I am taking the chewable form of this for my all liquid post op diet and they taste horrible


🤢 that happened to me with Bariatric Advantage and I gave them to my mom. My mom is a health nut and she doesn’t mind that they are bariatric. I did buy the one a day capsule and now I just empty it into a spoon or a sippy cup with Protein and they aren’t nasty or taste much like anything so it’s really easy to drink. You should deff try them, I ordered mine on Amazon Bc they could guarantee me 2 day shipping.


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So how much cost is there to an average monthly Vitamin regime? And before you say it, everybody is different, I just want a ball park figure [emoji7]


I purchased all of them through Amazon.
My Heme Proferrin Iron is $64
My bariatric Multivitamin $20
My sublingual vitamin B12 $15
My chewy barimelt Calcium $22

May seem like a lot but is nothing compared to how much I used to spend on food and even less considering it’s to keep me healthy.. I’m ok with the tradeoff.



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So @YoYoGirl-- roughly $121.00---guess I can dig that!📝💊📝

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