Bariatric Supplement Protocol

After bariatric surgery you eat less because of the smaller stomach so you may not get enough vitamins and minerals from diet alone. Gastric Bypass and BPD Switch absorb nutrients differently after surgery. Daily vitamin and mineral supplements are required for life. 

This is a 3-page guide that can be used as a reference or patient handout.

Supplementation follows ASMBS recommendations from the following citation:

American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Integrated Health Nutritional Guidelines for the Surgical Weight Loss Patient 2016 Update: Micronutrients Parrott, Julie et al. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases , Volume 13 , Issue 5 , 727 – 741
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File Size 569 KB
Number of Pages 3
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Sarah received her Master's in Dietetics and Nutrition from Florida International University. Sarah is credentialed nationally with the Commission on Dietetic Registration and a licensed dietitian in the state of Texas. From the start of her career, she has worked exclusively with Bariatric (Weight Loss Surgery) Patients and Non-Surgical, Medically-Supervised Weight Loss Patients. She also has formal training in new emerging weight loss technologies such as: gastric balloons, vagal nerve blocking devices, aspiration therapy, and very low calorie diet programing. Having struggled herself with weight issues, Sarah became a dietitian after completing her own weight loss journey. Sarah truly practices with great compassion and understanding. Sarah is a RDN with an Appetite for Health!

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