Bari Life Just One Multivitamin with Iron Chewable - Mixed Berry

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Bari LifeSKU: 0700175755469

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Bari Life Just One Chewable is a once-daily bariatric multivitamin with 45mg of Iron. One chewable per day gives you ASMBS recommended amounts for multivitamin & iron needed for post-op support.

Bari Life Just One Multivitamin with Iron Chewable - Mixed Berry Highlights:

  • Just one chewable per day
  • Easy to swallow
  • Any stage of the journey
  • 45mg Iron
  • Bariatric Specific Levels of 22 Vitamins and Minerals
  • Made in the USA

Just One Chewable 30ct is a once-daily bariatric multivitamin with 45mg of iron.

This means you get ASMBS recommended values for all of your multivitamin needs & iron in a simple, single-dose chewable.

Research shows that as a medication regimen’s complexity increases long-term compliance decreases. So, if the opposite holds true then the simpler the regimen the higher the long-term compliance. This is what we want out of a bariatric multivitamin.

We want you to prevent vitamin & mineral deficiencies for life and to do that you need a sustainable solution. How many do I take?

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How to use Bari Life Just One Chewable

For post-bariatric surgery patients begin by taking with food for the first 4 weeks. Bariatric vitamins are high-potency and can take some time to adjust to them if you’re not used to taking a bariatric-strength multivitamin.

Taking it with a little bit of food makes this a non-issue.

After that, it’s just about taking it every day so you can reap the benefits (i.e. prevent deficiencies and stay healthy). Whatever ends up working best with your schedule is what you should do.

Pro Tip: Keep the bottle out on your bathroom vanity so you see it right when you wake up. This can be the best time to take your vitamins because you’re not distracted yet!



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