Bariatric Educational Resources

Bariatric surgery is a tool to help you lose weight. This is where you learn how to use it to get long-term lasting results.

Bariatric Supplements 101

While foods are the best sources of vitamins and minerals, sometimes it is difficult to get everything your body needs into your diet. This is especially true for those who have undergone bariatric surgery. Because not everyone is able to get all of the nutrition needed from their diet, medical research has found the specific vitamins that are essential for the body and created supplements to help.

Bariatric Vitamin Calculator

Please watch our quick video tutorial on how to best use this tool. After entering information regarding the current supplements you are taking, we will generate your customized report just for you, comparing your current supplement intake with your recommended guidelines specifically for your selected bariatric procedure.

Clinical Evidence

The Bari Life® multivitamin formula has been clinically proven to significantly reduce deficiencies in post-surgical bariatric patients. Verified by the largest study of its kind, Published In Obesity Surgery.

Calcium & Iron

What about Calcium & Iron together? Bari Life provides complete nutritional supplementation, including calcium and iron, in a simple all-in-one product! Recent studies reinforce the conclusion that iron does not require a separate dosage.

Bariatric Vitamin Guide

Everyone knows that taking vitamins benefits your health. However, it is less often known why this is true. In order to function properly, your body needs the correct balance of vitamins and minerals. These vitamins not only help to regulate some of the body’s most important processes, they also have an impact on weight. Vitamins regulate brain activity, hunger, appetite, nutrient absorption, energy storage, and metabolic rate, which all directly affect body weight.

Diet Plans

Proper diet and nutrition is paramount for success after bariatric surgery. Once the surgery is complete diet and nutrition is more important than ever. Not only does it help provide sustainable fat loss, but immediately after surgery the quality of diet facilitates healing. A high quality diet promotes healing, while a lower quality diet can prolong the healing process.

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