How big are Surgiline tablets?

SURGILINE tablets are small white tablets ; a little smaller than a 500mg doliprane.

How to take SURGILINE sachets otherwise than in water?

You can try mixing it in a yogurt or a compote.

What is the difference between SURGILINE Tablets and SURGILINE Sachets?

The composition, and therefore the daily contributions are the same. Only the shape changes, and the number of take. SURGILINE Tablets: 2 tablets daily SURGILINE Sachets: 1 sachet per day

What is the difference between Surgiline and a general food supplement?

SURGILINE has been developed especially for people who have undergone obesity surgery. It is strongly dosed on the ingredients whose deficiencies are recognized after this type of intervention. In addition, a lot of work has been done on the assimilation of its components. SURGILINE is not just intended to cover a single stroke of fatigue but to allow the body to find the nutrients it lacks after surgery for obesity.

Bypass - How long should I take my vitamins?

The French Health authority (HAS) recommends long-term supplementation after this type of intervention. A bypass is a malabsorptive procedure that runs through part of the intestine where nutrients are usually highly assimilated. Complementation is, at least, several years.

Sleeve - how long should I take my vitamins?

Unlike the bypass, the sleeve is a restrictive intervention. The nutrients continue to be absorbed but the doses of ingested foods being so reduced, a complementation remains necessary. The use is at least a year (during the period of great weight loss) see more according to your checkups.

Why do I lose my hairs after my sleeve (my bypass)?

You lose your hairs or have brittle nails because you are probably deficient in vitamins and minerals, but also maybe in proteins whose role is essential for a very large number of operations in your body. Proteins reinforce the assimilation of vitamins and maintain your muscle mass.

What happens if I do not take my post-bariatric supplementation?

You will be defective and, beyond hair loss or brittle nails as mentioned above, you expose yourself to much more serious complications. Once the deficiencies are installed your body will have a lot more trouble finding a balance. The first symptoms are permanent fatigue, irritability, hair loss, brittle nails, an ugly skin ... after this stage you risk getting into the real difficulties

My postoperative checkups are good, can I stop my complementation SURGILINE?

You have benefited from a sleeve gastrectomy, and you have been operated for less than 12 months, we strongly advise you, like most medical-surgical teams, to continue taking your complement SURGILINE. You have had a sleeve gastrectomy, and you have had surgery for more than 12 months, only a member of the medical-surgical team who follows you can answer this question. You have benefited from a Bypass or other malabsorptive intervention, it is thanks to your supplementation if your balance sheets are good. The HAS (High Authority of Health) recommends after malabsorptive surgery complementation at least several years, see for life.

I do not have Magnesium deficiencies. What is the use of Magnesium in SURGILINE?

First, even if you are not deficient in Magnesium, you should know that 75% of the population has insufficient daily intake of Magnesium. This latter plays a role in more than 300 physicochemical reactions in the body, and as far as the obesity surgery is concerned, it plays a key role in: - The assimilation of vitamin D, of which he is the cofactor. - It contributes to the maintenance of a normal bone structure, by regulating the bone mineral density. - It contributes to normal psychological functions, this being essential with the changes that take place in your life and your body. - It participates in the synergy of action between the different vitamins and minerals present in SURGILINE, to improve its effectiveness.

What are Bisglycinates?

In SURGILINE, Iron and Zinc, 2 indispensable minerals, are in the form of Bisglycinates. These are minerals associated with an amino acid (Glycine). These complexes (or chelates) use the amino acid absorption pathway - proteins - for their assimilation. They offer a better assimilation and a better digestive tolerance than other forms of minerals.

When should I take SURGILINE during the day?

We advise you to take the 2 tablets during or after your breakfast, or 1 tablet at this time and 1 tablet at noon with your lunch.

What if I feel discomfort when taking SURGILINE?

This is very exceptional, but can happen. We strongly advise separate intake, 1 tablet in the morning and 1 tablet at noon, and for both taken, after eating. If these symptoms persist, do not hesitate to call us on +33 (0) 4 81 65 35 30

Where can I find SURGILINE elsewhere than on the website?

SURGILINE is also available in pharmacies.