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TIME2BLOOM4ME
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4/14/13 11:11 A

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SCRAPPINPOLLY
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4/14/13 10:41 A

Hi and welcome to Spark People! It's great to have you here!! Jump right in and get the support and inspiration you need to succeed! I wish you all the best on your journey!

I take Bariatric Advantage chewable vitamins and they are wonderful!



BILL60
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4/14/13 9:21 A

Welcome to SP. Stay focused and you will succeed.



NORASPAT
Posts: 30,375
4/13/13 10:34 P

I take individual vitamins. I try to get as many as possible in my food. I talked to my Dr after having blood work done and we came up with a plan. I am 69 years young and I like to know just what kind of vitamin is best for me. I have hard time swallowing pills with water i use yogurt instead. That even gives me extra calcium,
I have to take vitamin D3 since I am diabetic. It is getting in to a lot of other supplements so I use my tracker and it tells me how much I have taken daily.
That is the best I can do I am afraid. I prefer to ask my Dr what to take.

emoticon and emoticon on your weight loss Pat in Maine.



ITSME07
Posts: 37
4/13/13 6:32 P

I am out 2 1/2 years from rny surgery & down 85 pounds. I am bored & I am looking for a good chewable multivitamin and chewable calcium. Does anyone ever take regular vitamins?



 
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