Gastric Bypass / Sleeve Gastrectomy / Adj. Gastric Band / Duodenal Switch
Daily Dosage = 4 capsules (2 AM / 2 PM)
* This product is intended to be taken in conjunction with your Celebrate® multivitamin and other products as recommended by your surgeon and/or dietitian; it is not intended to replace your multivitamin. • Please speak with your surgeon and/or dietitian before taking this product as too much of certain nutrients could be dangerous/toxic. • Please speak to your physician or other healthcare professional if you take the following medications: nicotine patches or gum, Digoxin (Lanoxin), Diuretics (water pills), Lithium, a class of antibiotics called Sulfonamides, Dapsone (Avlosulfon), or Cortisone. • Those with heart or kidney disorders, diabetes, liver disease, gout, alcohol dependence, or those at risk for low potassium levels should not take this product. Talk to your physician to discuss risk versus benefit of supplement. • This product is not for use by women who are pregnant or currently breastfeeding. Also not intended for children. • It may be recommended to get your (fasted) lab levels of zinc and/or iron prior to starting this product. • Do not take for more than 3 months without re-checking lab levels and also talking to your surgeon and/or dietitian. • Do not drink alcohol while using this product as that could deplete thiamin stores. • Space doses throughout the day (by at least two hours). • Taking this supplement with a good source of protein (drink or food) may increase absorption. • Do not take at the same time as high-fiber foods, calcium food sources, or calcium supplements. • Products with L-lysine may increase the absorption of calcium and decrease the elimination of calcium, thereby increasing the amount of calcium in the body. • In addition to this product, ensure adequate protein intake, evaluate iron status, and consider an omega-3 supplement after talking to your surgeon and/or dietitian.
* Patients should follow the instructions of their bariatric surgeon regarding proper supplementation. Proper supplementation should be viewed as an individualized regimen based upon each patient’s individual medical history, laboratory studies, and current medication use.
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