Universal Body has joined the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery corporate council. The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) is the largest national society for bariatric procedures and the vision is to improve public health and well-being by lessening the burden of the disease of obesity and related diseases throughout the world.

The U.S. adult obesity rate stands at 42.4 percent, the first time the national rate has passed the 40 percent mark, and further evidence of the country’s obesity crisis. The national adult obesity rate has increased by 26 percent since 2008.  For many people, bariatric procedures have become a healthy and viable option for people who are overweight.

Located in Iowa and founded in 2006, Universal Body Labs shares the same vision and has worked tirelessly to provide support products for those who have had any type of bariatric procedure. Their Bariatric Multivitamin and Bariatric Portion Control plates have long been recognized by the medical community and patients as highly effective tools in reaching weight loss goals.

Their flagship product is their Bari Liquid Force Multivitamin. Bariatric patients require a special multivitamin. Whether a patient has had a Gastric Bypass, Lapband, Sleeve gastrectomy, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass or any other type of bariatric procedure, your body can not absorb vitamins and supplements the way it used to. Since you are also eating substantially less food, it can be very difficult to get all of the nutrients your body needs.

The Bari Liquid Force capsules are liquid filled which meet or exceed all of the daily multivitamin requirements, they also include a proprietary 42 Super Food, Vegetable and Enzyme Complex.

Universal Body Labs develops innovative nutritional supplements that can transform the health of their clients and help them reach their health goals.

All of their products are proudly made in the United States in an FDA Registered Facility. They are also GMP Certified and follow all NSF Manufacturing Guidelines.