Iron

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  • BA Chewable Iron 29 mg Passion Fruit

    $26.96$38.84

    Bariatric Advantage Chewable Iron 29 mg features both Ferronyl® carbonyl iron and ferrous fumarate along with added vitamin C to support iron absorption. Available in delicious passion fruit flavor. No iron taste.

    Iron deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies seen with patients of all bariatric procedure types.

    ASMBS guidelines call for a minimum of 18-27 mg of iron per day for patients of all bariatric procedure types, and many patients need 45-60 mg per day and should include vitamin C to help increase absorption.

    Vitamin C can help with the absorption of iron. Iron and calcium should be taken two hours apart. Calcium has been shown to reduce iron absorption after a meal by 50-60%.

    Iron carries oxygen and plays a critical role in enzyme functions, immune function, growth, and development.

  • BA Chewable Iron 30 mg Chocolate Raspberry

    $13.64

    Bariatric Advantage Iron Chewy Bite 30 mg Raspberry Truffle flavor features ferric orthophosphate, a bioavailable form of iron with no iron taste, along with added vitamin C to support iron absorption. Delicious, sugar-free, and Individually wrapped. Not a low-calorie food.

    Iron deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies seen with patients of all bariatric procedure types.

  • BA Chewable Iron Lemon Lime 60 mg

    $35.96$77.63

    Bariatric Advantage Chewable Iron 60 mg features Ferronyl® carbonyl iron.

    • easy to digest
    • less constipating
    • added vitamin C can improve iron absorption
    • available in delicious lemon-lime flavor
    • no iron taste
  • BA Iron Chewable 18 mg Strawberry

    $10.04$21.75

    Bariatric Advantage Chewable Iron 18 mg features Ferronyl® carbonyl iron, along with added vitamin C to support iron absorption. Available in delicious strawberry flavor. No iron taste.

    Iron deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies seen with patients of all bariatric procedure types.

    ASMBS guidelines call for a minimum of 18 mg of iron per day for patients of all bariatric procedure types, and many female patients need 45-60 mg per day.1

    Vitamin C can help with the absorption of iron. Iron and calcium should be taken two hours apart. Calcium has been shown to reduce iron absorption after a meal by 50-60%.

    Iron carries oxygen and plays a critical role in enzyme functions, immune function, growth, and development.

  • BA Non Chewable Iron Capsule 45 mg

    $13.64
    Bariatric Advantage® Iron capsule includes thiamin and copper, as well as vitamin C to aid iron absorption. It provides the minimum recommended daily amount of iron for individuals following RYGB, SG, and BPD/BPD-DS procedures as recommended by ASMBS. This capsule makes an ideal complement to Bariatric Advantage Multi Chewy Bite multivitamins.
    Serving size: 2 Capsules
    Servings Per Container: 30