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If you've had a malabsorptive procedure, your surgery has restricted not only how much you can eat, but also the amount of vitamins and minerals your body is able to absorb. To keep your body fully functional, you'll need to take a vitamin and mineral supplement for the rest of your life. Consumed daily, OPTISOURCE® Chewable Vitamin and Mineral Supplement provides at least 100% of the Daily Value for 22 vitamins and minerals, including high levels of calcium, vitamin B12, iron and folic acid — in just four chewable tablets!*

*Talk to your HCP about your specific needs/requirements

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Key benefits

Key Benefits

22 Vitamins & Minerals

At least 100% of the Daily Value for 22 vitamins and minerals in just four chewable tablets!

Low calorie

One tablet contains only 5 calories

Gluten-Free

Optisource® Chewable Vitamin and Mineral Supplement is gluten-free

Nutritional Highlights

  • 5

    Calories

  • 1g

    Carbs

  • 9mg

    Iron

  • 125mcg

    Vitamin B12

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Meet the Program

The OPTIFAST® program is a medically-supervised weight-management program that closely monitors and assesses progress towards better health and emotional well-being. Typical results at 26 weeks1:

Average Weight 
Loss in 26 weeks

30 lbs

OPTIFAST® patients who actively participated in a 26-week medically-monitored program typically lost approximately 30 lbs.

Higher
weight loss

2x More

Compared to a reduced-calorie food-based* program

Average loss of 
total fat mass

11.3 kgs

Compared to a 4.4 kg loss observed in observed in individuals in a reduced-calorie food-based program program*

Decrease in waist 
circumference

12 cm

Compared to a 7.7 cm decreased observed in reduced-calorie food-based program*

Blood 
glucose levels

Lower

Weight loss with the OPTIFAST® progam can help lower blood glucose vs baseline 2,3

Average decrease in 
blood pressure

10%-15%

Weight loss with the OPTIFAST® progam can help manage hypertension2,4

Average decrease in 
total cholesterol

15%

Weight loss with the OPTIFAST® progam can help manage cholesterol levels2,4

* modified version of Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)

Long-term Results

The OPTIFAST® program is a medically-supervised weight-management program that closely monitors and assesses progress towards better health and emotional well-being.

AFTER 1 YEAR

OPTIFAST® patients who actively participate in a 26-week program typically lose approximately 30 lbs. and maintain approximately a 25-lb. weight loss at 1 year.1

AFTER 2 YEARS

OPTIFAST® patients maintained an average weight loss of approximately 19 lbs. after 2 years and 15 lbs. after 3 years from starting the program.5

Sucess Stories

Everyday, OPTIFAST® is helping people like you discover that the benefits of a healthy lifestyle go far beyond weight loss. Find out what real patients have to say about their OPTIFAST® experience.

Kristin’s starting weight was 240 lbs. and her current weight is 175 lbs.* —a 65...

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Weight Loss: 65 lbs*

Kristin

Obese his whole adult life, Eugene tried everything under the sun and was never ...

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Weight Loss: 194 lbs*

Eugene

Those hiking trails that scared her a year ago now make her smile as she keeps u...

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Weight Loss: 63 lbs*

Cindy

To my great surprise, when race day came, I found myself ready to go. While it w...

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Weight Loss: 59 lbs*

Emily

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OPTIFAST® studies have shown an average weight loss of approximately 30 lbs. at 26 weeks, 25 lbs. at 1 year, 19 lbs. after 2 years, and 15 lbs. after 3 years from starting the program.1,2

1. Ard JD, Lewis KH, Rothberg A, et al. Effectiveness of a total meal replacement program (OPTIFAST® program) on weight loss: results from the OPTIWIN study. Obesity. 2018; doi: 10.1002/oby.22303.
2. Ard JD, Schroeder MC, Kivilaid K, et al. Practical application of a comprehensive weight management program in patients with and without metabolic syndrome. J Obes Weight Loss Ther. 2014;S4:007.
3. Drawert S, Bedford K, Largent D. Change in glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol with weight loss in medically obese patients. Obes Res. 1996;4(Suppl 1):67S.
4. Wadden TA, Foster GD, Letizia KA, Stunkard AJ. A multicenter evaluation of a proprietary weight reduction program for the treatment of marked obesity. Arch Intern Med. 1992;152(5):961-966.
5. Krishnaswami A, Ashok R, Sidney S, et al. Real-World Effectiveness of a Medically Supervised Weight Management Program in a Large Integrated Health Care Delivery System: Five-Year Outcomes. Perm J. 2018;22:17-082.