BariBursts – Watermelon Calcium Citrate

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BariBursts are a brand new DELICIOUS way to help you get the calcium you need to stay healthy after bariatric surgery.

  • Each bag is a month supply for Gastric Bypass and Sleeve patients
  • Enjoy three (3) delicious 500 mg calcium citrate chews per day!
  • Designed specifically for all bariatric patients

Juicy, Fruity, Chewy 500 mg Calcium Citrate Bursts!

(Month Supply: 90ct. Calcium Citrate Bites)

BariBursts allow bariatric patients to look forward to getting all of their calcium each day in three delicious bites! You can enjoy taking your vitamins and rest easy knowing you’ll get all of your calcium citrate requirements without having to take handfuls of chalky chewables or pills every day.

Watermelon Calcium Citrate Chews

In 3 delicious individually wrapped chews you get:

BariBursts Watermelon Calcium Citrate Supplement Values

One Chew has: 500mg Calcium Citrate, 1000 IUs Vitamin D3 and 30mg Magnesium.


BariBursts help you avoid deficiencies

Calcium deficiencies are sneaky – they don’t develop overnight and it’s nearly impossible to know when it’s occurring. Patients with a calcium deficiency do not look any different from the outside and blood work can actually look normal for calcium even if a deficiency is present.


It may come as a surprise, but…

All post-op bariatric patients are at an increased risk for developing calcium deficiencies for several reasons:

Reasons for a calcium deficiency after bariatric surgery

This creates a danger zone for bariatric patients…

The danger zone after bariatric surgery

It’s common for bariatric patients to believe they are getting all of the nutrients they need from their multivitamin, but in reality, most multivitamins have little to no calcium that can count towards their daily requirements.


Calcium and Blood work

The other problem is that your blood work won’t necessarily show a calcium deficiency. In a calcium-deficient state, your body will steal calcium from your bones in order to meet its needs. This means that your blood-calcium levels will look good, but your bones have less calcium which leads to more problems…


When dietary calcium levels are too low for too long, complications set in like:

What can happen when you don't get enough calcium after bariatric surgery

Once these complications begin they are not always reversible, so preventing them from happening in the first place should be top priority.


How much calcium should you be getting?

The good news is calcium deficiencies are easy to prevent with proper supplementation. The ASMBS recommends 1,500mg of calcium per day for gastric bypass and vertical sleeve patients.


BariBursts have 100% Calcium Citrate


Here’s a vitamin industry secret: not all vitamins are created equal.

We are talking about specific vitamins like Vitamin D, Vitamin A and Calcium…etc.

Each of these vitamins and minerals actually has multiple “sources” or “forms.” You can think of the source as the “type” of Vitamin D, or the “type” of Vitamin A.


Here’s an example:

Vitamin D is most commonly available in the forms Vitamin D2 and Vitamin D3. Vitamin D3 is much more bioavailable and is better absorbed, so that’s what we put in our supplements

Calcium is commonly found in 2 types as well: Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Citrate.


For bariatric patients, calcium citrate is the preferred form.

Here’s why…

Reason 1 for Calcium Citrate

As we covered above it’s virtually impossible for bariatric patients to get enough calcium through diet alone.

Reason 2 for Calcium Citrate

After bariatric surgery, the low stomach acid environment dramatically affects your body’s ability to absorb calcium.

Reason 3 for Calcium Citrate

Patients who have some form of bowel bypass (Gastric Bypass, Duodenal Switch, SADI-S) because the part of the bowel that is responsible for most calcium absorption can’t do its job since it’s been bypassed.


Look at point #2 – the low stomach acid environment dramatically affects your body’s ability to absorb calcium

Calcium Citrate does not require the presence of nearly as much stomach acid as Calcium Carbonate, so as a bariatric patient, you are able to absorb Calcium Citrate better.


Why would anyone put Calcium Carbonate in Bariatric Supplements?

Good question – there are 2 main reasons why a company would put calcium carbonate in its supplements:

1. It’s smaller – you can fit way more elemental calcium in the Carbonate form into a pill/chewable so it’s great for managing pill size or number of pills required

2. It’s cheaper – pretty self-explanatory, right?


But it’s a bad idea for bariatric patients…


That’s why we use 100% calcium citrate in our products, including BariBursts

In 3 tasty, individually wrapped chews you get :

Juicy Watermelon Calcium Citrate BariBursts

1,500mg Calcium as Citrate

3,000 IUs Vitamin D3

30mg Magnesium

Bursting with delicious juicy watermelon flavor! You can finally look forward to taking your calcium supplement each day.


Combine with Just One

Bariatric patients must add a quality Multivitamin plus iron to their daily regimen when taking Bari Life’s calcium BariBursts.

Just One Bariatric Multivitamin with Iron 30 ct.

Bari Life’s Just One is the easiest way for bariatric patients (Gastric Bypass and Sleeve Patients) to get all of their daily Multivitamin and Iron requirements.

holding just one

One single pill of Just One has everything you need including:

Just One Supplement Values

And more (view here)

Combine BariBursts with Bari Life’s Just One for a complete regimen.

Just One and BariBursts Duo

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