Friday, August 30, 2013

Bari Life Bariatric Vitamins and Supplements Supports Your Good Health

Bari Life Bariatric Vitamins and Supplements support good health
Bari Life supports your good health!

Vitamins and supplements are essential to good health. Post bariatric surgery, it is even more important to ensure you are getting the required daily amount of essential vitamins and supplements. Failure to do so could result in devastating health consequences.

Following bariatric surgery, you will be consuming smaller portions of food and, thus, less nutrients. However, your body still requires a certain amount of vitamins and supplements to stay healthy.
Of course, managing post-operative health begins with pre-operative education assessing nutrient status to determine any pre-existing nutrition deficiencies. The ASMBS provides a recommended pre-surgical nutrition assessment that includes:

  • Anthropometrics
  • Weight history
  • Medical history
  • Physical activity
  • Dietary intake
  • Psychosocial factors
The information gathered during the nutrition assessment is essential in determining needed vitamins and supplements post bariatric surgery. You will be consuming less foods and, in so doing, you also will be consuming less nutrients important for good health. Because your body may be unable to absorb certain vitamins and minerals, you risk developing adverse health conditions including: 
  •  Diarrhea
  • Anemia due to deficiency of iron or vitamin B12
  • Neurologic complications from vitamin B12 deficiency
  • Kidney stone disease due to changes in how the body absorbs calcium and oxalate
  • Possible bone disease due to mineral or vitamin D deficiency

The easiest method to support your nutrition would be to increase your vitamins and supplement intake post bariatric surgery. This, of course, should go hand-in-hand with developing an overall healthier diet and exercise program.  

Furthermore, it is important to be mindful of how you store your vitamins and dietary supplements. High humidity found in bathrooms as well as kitchens may be degrading the vitamins and dietary supplements kept in those rooms as well as whether or not the lids are on tight. Crystalline substances, such as vitamin C and some forms of vitamin B, as well as other nutritional supplements, are susceptible to a process known as deliquescence, whereby humidity results in a water-soluble solid to dissolve. Storing your supplements far away from warm, humid environments will help ensure their effectiveness.

Most importantly, you will want to make sure to have regular check-ups with your doctor post bariatric surgery to make sure your body continues to absorb the appropriate amount of nutrients to help you stay healthy as you are losing weight and adapting to your new diet and exercise lifestyle.

To your health! 
The Bari Life Team
Bari Life is high quality bariatric vitamins that are clinically proven supplements to help in post bariatric surgery. 
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