Pro-Bariawell MVM

300,00 AED


Product description

Pro Bariawell MVM is a multivitamin and mineral supplement, specifically developed for the bariatric patient.

Pro Bariawell MVM contains vitamin A, B-vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D3, vitamin E as well as magnesium, selenium, iodine, chrome and zinc in the optimal dose for the bariatric patient, based on the most recent scientific guidelines.

Vitamin A contributes to normal skin, normal vision and normal functioning of the immune system.

Vitamin C contributes to iron uptake, besides contributing to normal functioning of the immune system and nervous system, normal formation of collagen in skin, teeth, bone, cartilage, blood vessels, normal psychological function and protection against oxidative stress.

Vitamin B6, B9 and vitamin B12 contribute to normal blood formation, the reduction of fatigue, proper functioning of the immune system and normal psychological function.

Vitamin E contributes to the protection against oxidative stress.

Magnesium contributes to the reduction of fatigue and a normal energy metabolism, a normal psychological function, normal functioning of the muscles and proper maintenance of teeth and bones.

Zinc contributes to a normal cognitive function, proper functioning of the immune system and normal reproductive system (and normal testosterone levels), normal metabolism of fats, protein, and carbohydrates, normal maintenance of strong bones, nails, skin, hair and teeth and protection against oxidative stress.

Selenium contributes to normal hair and nails, protection against oxidative stress and normal functioning of the immune system.

Chrome contributes to normal glycemia and macronutrient metabolism.

Pro Bariawell MVM does not contain copper, because zinc and copper compete for absorption and when combined, they act as a prooxidant instead of antioxidant.

Content & use

2 capsules every morning (jar contains 270 capsules)


Recommendation for use and more details: go to the Downloads tab.

Scientific Evidence

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Busetto L et al. Obesity management task force of the European association for the study of obesity released Practical recommendations for the post-bariatric surgery medical management. Obesity Surgery. 2018; 27(7):2117-2121.

Dagan SS et al. Nutritional recommendations for adult bariatric surgery patients: clinical practice. Advances in Nutrition. 2017;8(12):382-392.

Isom et al. Nutrition and Metabolic Support Recommendations for the Bariatric Patient. Nutrition in clinical practice. 2014;29(6):718-39.

Lee et al. Critical Role of Zinc as Either an Antioxidant or a Prooxidant in Cellular Systems. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular longevity. 2018; 20.

Lupoli R et al. Bariatric surgery and long-term nutritional issues. World Journal of Diabetes. 2018;8(6):304-310.

Mechanick J et al. Clinical practice guidelines for the perioperative nutritional, metabolic, and nonsurgical support of the bariatric surgery patient- 2013 update. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2013;Mar;S1-S27.

Mingrone G et al. Optimisation of follow-up after metabolic surgery. Lancet Diabetes Endocrinology. 2018; 6(6):487-499.

Parrott J et al. American society for metabolic and bariatric surgery integrated health nutritional guidelines for the surgical weight loss patient 2016 update: micronutrients. Surgery of Obesity and Related Diseases. 2017;13(5):727-741.

Patel J et al. Micronutrient deficiencies after bariatric surgery: an emphasis on vitamins and trace minerals. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 2017;32(4):471-480.

Rhode B & MacLean. Vitamin and mineral supplementation after gastric bypass. In: Update: surgery for the morbidly obese patient. 1999;chapter 19.