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Vitamin A

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is essential for feeling healthy every day. After a BPD-BDS, you need extra vitamin A to stay healthy and maintain fitness. FitForMe’s Vitamin A contains the scientifically researched dose for your surgery type. You get it for free with WLS Maximum multivitamins. That feels good! 


£27.95 per 90 days
  • Supports your immune system 
  • Important for your skin and maintaining good vision 
  • Easy to take and absorb 
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How to use and store Vitamin A

No colourings, flavourings, or fragrances have been added to this product. Vitamin A tablets are suitable only for people for whom an increased need for vitamin A is medically established, such as recipients of a Biliopancreatic Diversion or Biliopancreatic Diversion-Duodenal Switch. The tablets fit into a vegan lifestyle. Extra Vitamin A supplements are not suitable during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or for persons under the age of 18. 

  • Support your body after your BPD-DS with 1 tablet a day* 
  • Intake with food and the WLS Maximum Multivitamin 
  • A sip of water or a sugar-free drink helps it go down 

Discover more about this essential vitamin

How Vitamin A Works

FitForMe Vitamin A is an easy-to-swallow tablet. It supports your immune system, nourishes your skin from the inside, and helps your vision. After a BPD or BPD-DS, you need vitamin A in addition to your daily multivitamin. 

That's why you get Vitamin A for free with your WLS Maximum Multivitamin. You need only 1 tablet a day.* This is how we make healthy living simple. You’re doing great with your vitamin routine, so all you need to to do is focus on the good things in life. 

Frequently asked questions


*Consult a doctor before ordering Vitamin A as a separate supplement. Taking too much vitamin A can be harmful. Do not take more than the recommended dosage and only if you have had a BPD or BPD-DS and you are 18 years old or older, or when recommended by your doctor. Supplements are meant to complement your diet. In addition, choose a healthy and varied diet and get enough exercise. Do not use Vitamin A as a separate supplement if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.