Since the number of bariatric operations performed is increasing every year, all over the world, there are many countries where you can find FitForMe. As a consequence of bariatric surgery, patients are at risk of developing nutritional deficiencies, negatively impacting their health.
At FitForMe, we believe in improving the quality of life for these patients, wherever they are. We offer scientifically proven effective food supplements, tailored to the nutritional needs after each type of bariatric surgery, and support our customers through their journey. FitForMe is locally present in 22 countries and globally available online, for bariatric patients all over the world.
In the following countries, FitForMe is available through a local website:
FitForMe has Customer Service teams working in each of these countries. These teams of nutritional experts are here to help your patients with all of their questions about their supplements or nutrition. Thanks to our years of experience, we can answer almost every question.
Your patients can reach us through our local websites, in the following countries:
Rest of the world: https://www.fitforme.com/customer-service/
At FitForMe, we find it important that your patients get the very best products. Our supplements are therefore always based on the latest scientific insights. To keep improving our products on a daily basis, we continuously conduct both internal and external studies on product effectiveness and customer experience. We collaborate with researchers and healthcare professionals all over the world, to get the best insights. Findings are implemented in product development, professional collaboration and customer education.
Find out more about the research behind our products:
Long-term effect of WLS Forte for RYGB patients
A safe and effective multivitamin supplement for RYGB patients. After a Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass (RYGB), patients are advised to take lifelong food supplements to reduce the risk of developing deficiencies. To adjust to the specific needs of RYGB patients, a specialized bariatric multivitamin supplement (WLS Forte) was developed in 2010. A previous study has shown…
Supplementation after a Biliopancreatic Diversion
Supplementation recommendations for patients after a Biliopancreatic Diversion with or without Duodenal Switch. Within 3 years after a Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD) or BPD with Duodenal Switch (BPD/DS), up to 90% of all patients develop nutritional deficiencies. With this study, Homan and colleagues increase the knowledge needed to develop supplementation recommendations and doses to maintain nutritional…
Deficiencies after a Gastric Sleeve
Heusschen et al. found a relatively high deficiency prevalence for Gastric Sleeve patients, regardless of which type of food supplement was used. Usage of WLS Optimum resulted in higher serum values for folic acid and vitamin B1, compared to patients using a standard food supplement.