Lemon Lime Chewable Iron 60mg

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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
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Supplement Facts

Nutrient Amount %DV
Iron (Ferronyl® carbonyl iron) 60 mg 333%
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid, from Sodium Acorbate)
250 mg 417%
Sodium 5 mg <1%
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) 66.5 mg NA
Dose = 1 Tablet per day or as recommended

Product Description

Bariatric Advantage Chewable Iron 60 mg features Ferronyl® carbonyl iron, a bioavailable form of iron, along with added vitamin C to support iron absorption. Available in delicious lemon-lime 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, detoxification, growth, and development.

1. Parrott J, Frank L, et al. ASMBS. Micronutrients, Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases. Integrated Health Nutritional Guidelines For The Surgical Weight Loss Patient (2016).

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