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You can follow your meal plan and get your exercise in, but you are selling yourself short if you are trying to lose weight without taking your vitamins! BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE Iron Free capsules can help prevent the nutrient deficiencies that are all too common after bariatric surgery.

With just one convenient & affordable BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE capsule each day, you can get the Vitamins and minerals you need to stay healthy!

The vitamins and minerals in BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE may help:

  • Maintain normal metabolism and energy.
  • Promote healthy bones, joints, blood, and heart.
  • Support normal mood.
  • Support healthy wound healing and immunity.
  • Maintain cellular integrity and antioxidant functions.
  • Promote healthy hair, skin, and nails.

BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE was designed and developed by a team of the world's leading Bariatric medical professionals. The fas129.99t-dissolving small veggie capsules are very easy to swallow and use. You only need one a day to meet recommendations for bariatric patients.

BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE is based on the latest post-op guidelines from the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) to provide over 20 vitamins and minerals. BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE is especially high in nutrients such as vitamins B12 and D, folic acid, and Biotin, that are known to be at risk for bariatric surgery patients.

BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE Highlights:

  • 100% of the daily value for 20 essential vitamins and minerals.
  • Formulated based on the latest ASMBS guidelines.
  • One small convenient capsule daily.
  • Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free.
  • Fast-dissolving veggie capsules.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Easy to swallow.
  • Affordable.

BariatricPal Multivitamin ONE "1 per Day!" Bariatric Multivitamin Capsule is also available with 45mg of Iron here.

Designed for patients that have undergone weight loss surgery such as RNY Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve, Duodenal Switch, and other malabsorptive weight loss surgery procedures.

Available in 30-count or 90-count bottles here.

Bariatricpal Multivitamin One - 1 Per Day! Bariatric Multivitamin Capsule Without Iron

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