The Best Bariatric Vitamins For Travel

By Derek
best bariatric vitamins for travel

Bariatric Vitamins Made For Travel

There are few experiences as liberating and stressful as travel. The amount of work that goes into traveling can be overwhelming…IT IS OVERWHELMING!

If you travel regularly then you’ve probably thrown in the towel a couple of times and chose to leave certain things behind because it was a hassle to get together or you ran out of time. Whether you pack a week in advance or use every waking moment leading up to your flight, one thing that shouldn’t be left to chance is your personal health.

The right vitamins and supplements can make the perfect travel companions and if you’re a bariatric patient then you have to be prepared to take your daily vitamin regimen with you.

Get the most out of your travels ….

When you’re traveling it’s always important to pack any medications, vitamins, and supplements in your carry-on. This way you will definitely have them handy in case your flight is delayed or god forbid your luggage is lost.

Our convenient travel packs make taking your vitamins on-the-go that much easier! Before Bari Life’s clinically proven all-in-one powder, it used to be a tedious task for bariatric patients to piece together a complete vitamin regimen.

It used to require purchasing numerous bottles of iron, calcium, B-12, and a multivitamin, but bariatric patients are finally able to purchase their entire regimen with ease. And the individual vitamin sachets for people on-the-go make traveling with vitamins a breeze.

bariatric vitamins in carry-on

You can’t beat the convenience and efficacy of Bari Life’s clinically proven multivitamin powder w/ calcium & iron! People who have had the Gastric Bypass or the Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy only need 2 of these packets a day to get all of the necessary vitamins and minerals recommended by the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) they need each day.

bariatric vitamins fit in wallet

In travel, upgrades are usually associated with luxuries: a roomier seat; a shorter security line; a suite with a view. But sometimes, they’re the right decision for your well-being, whether you’re trying to stick to your eating regimen while you’re on the road or making sure you get in a good workout.

When you upgrade your bariatric vitamins to Bari Life’s complete multivitamin with calcium and iron the best part is you don’t have to dole out extra for this perk. Bari Life’s Multivitamin Powder Packets are affordable and convenient. All you need to do is grab 2 packets and you’re set for a day on-the-go.

powder bariatric vitamins in purse easy to carry

Patients are directed to only take 1 packet at a time, so the easiest way for Gastric Bypass and Vertical Sleeve patients would be to take 1 packet in the morning and 1 in the evening.

Some patients who are not used to taking vitamins may want to take 1 half of a packet at a time because a lot of vitamins at once can make some people nauseous until they get used to taking them.

You might be wondering if you can use Bari Life’s powder vitamins if you had the Duodenal Switch (DS). The answer is yes! The only thing that changes for DS patients is the dosage.

While Gastric Bypass and Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy patients only need to take 2 packets each day, a Duodenal Switch (DS) patient needs 3 packets a day.

DS patients need more because the DS procedure is malabsorptive and restrictive, but with just 3 Bari Life vitamin powder packets a day to meet all of the daily vitamin and mineral requirements, it’s hard to beat!

For DS patients we recommend taking 1 packet in the morning, 1 around lunchtime, and 1 at dinner.

Can you use Bari Life Vitamins if you are not having bariatric surgery? The answer is yes for this too! The dosage for non-surgical use is 1 packet of vitamin powder OR 3 tablets a day. This means your family member’s vitamin regimen just got a whole lot easier and more affordable too!

powder bariatric vitamins on plane

When creating the all-in-one bariatric vitamin powder, recent post-ops were at the forefront of our minds. Since the powder is so easily digested and absorbed the powder formula has quickly become the gold standard for patients directly following bariatric surgery for at least the first 4-6 weeks.

It’s important for the vitamins to be easily absorbed while the patient is healing and the vitamin powder promotes hydration which is also key throughout the healing process.

Even though patients only need the powder form for the first two months, thousands of bariatric patients find the powder to be such an easy and convenient way to take their vitamins they become their go-to vitamin for life.

bariatric vitamin tablet option

After 4-6 weeks patients can switch to our non-chewable tablet if they would prefer a pill form. Our tablet is super easy-to-swallow because it has a coating on it that gets really slippery when wet, so even people who don’t like pills can manage this tablet with ease. It’s vanilla scented which makes it even more pleasant!

The Best Bariatric Vitamin Regimen On-The-Go

Since there is so much to consider leading up to your departure, the last thing you want to think about is your vitamin regimen. From stress, lack-of-sleep, being confined to a small space with strangers and even worse –strangers who could be sick, travel is really a time when you need your vitamins the most.

Whether you’re traveling for business or going on a fabulous vacay, Bari Life’s all-in-one multivitamin powder checks all of your vitamin and mineral boxes off the list and they will keep you feeling your best on any trip.

bariatric vitamin powder on the plane and in the clouds

Upgrade your vitamins to first class and enjoy our Watermelon or Lemonade in the clouds on your next getaway!

Happy Travels! ✈️ ☁️ 🍋✨

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