Bari Life Works Better

By Guinn Garcia

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The statistical data of 309 post-surgical patients verified the benefits of Bari Life® vitamins as reported in Obesity Surgery, the official journal of the International Federation For The Surgery Of Obesity And Metabolic Disorders.
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The Results

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Study Overview

Objective

To evaluate Bari Life’s Complete Multivitamin based on the ASMBS Clinical Practice Guidelines regarding vitamin and mineral supplementation. The Bari Life® Multivitamin included Iron and Calcium.

Conclusions

The use of Bari Life’s Complete Multivitamins is effective for preventing Iron and Vitamins A, B-1, B-12 and Vitamin D deficiencies. Separation of Calcium and Iron does not need to be mandatory.
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