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Ready to be surprised by our newest product? We are pleased to announce that we have launched a new and unique product: Enhanced Bariatric Nutritional (EBN) Protein Shake We are very excited with its new and enhanced nutritional qualities, and we know you will be too! In one serving, you'll get the best of VITALEPH´s previous protein shake plus 4 additional benefits: The best taste available. After 10 months of sampling for texture and taste, we are proud to offer a medically graded protein shake without the “medicinal taste”. More vitamin D to help reduce pill intake, yet meet the bariatric standard recommendation of 3,000 IU. Glutamine, a unique nutrient that fuels metabolism, repairs and maintains gut functions; which is especially important after a digestive tract surgery, such as bariatric surgery!. Glutamine plays a crucial role in preventing gastrointestinal conditions such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Therefore, our EBN protein shake is a great addition to anyone with digestive symptoms. Flax seed for its many benefits, including omega 3, essential fatty acids to fight off the proinflammatory state we are susceptible to, and fiber that has shown to lower cholesterol, reduce risk of cancer, and aid in digestive problems. No other product comes close to these nutritional features. We keep our pledge to your health by providing clean and true ingredients, at the right dose. Please visit us at caralnutrition.com, the space where medicine and nutrition intersect. To a long, productive, healthy and happy life. Lucía Chávez, Nutritionist Terms | Privacy | Unsubscribe Thank you, Caral!
Vitaleph Designer Nutrition is back in stock... remember, The American Society of Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery has determined that ALL Weightloss Surgery patients should be on Bariatric Vitamins and Supplements, for life! So lets stay well as we lose weight, and keep it off! www.vitaleph.com if you have any questions about your pre-op or post-op supplements email firstname.lastname@example.org
From our Nutritionist, Dr. Miranda: Sublingual B-12 tablets may dissolve under the tongue, but may not be absorbed as well as liquid sublingual B-12 or B-12 injections. For surgical patients using the subligual tablets, we recommend you consider changing to sublingual LIQUID B-12 or getting monthly B-12 injections. Any questions? Call 1-866-376-7849 ext. 86 to speak with Dr. Miranda.