Some patients may require additional vitamin A following bariatric surgery. This deficiency is more common among duodenal switch and biliopancreatic diversion patients. However it may also occur in SIPS SADI-S and gastric bypass patients. Celebrates Vitamin A capsule contains 10000 IU of vitamin A in the form of retinyl palmitate. This form is the preferred form of vitamin A to treat a vitamin A deficiency. In addition Celebrates formula utilizes a water-miscible (dry) form of vitamin A enhancing absorption. Getting your additional vitamin A is easy with Celebrates small easy to swallow capsule.Appropriate for All Patients as directed by a physicianServing Size: 1 CapsuleKey Elements:10000 IU of vitamin A100% retinyl palmitate to increase bioavailabilityUses a water-miscible (dry) vitamin A to enhance absorptionKey Things to Look for in Our Vitamin A Capsule:Formula- Our formula utilizes 100% retinyl palmitate to optimize bioavailability and enhance absorption when treating a vitamin A deficiency.Small Capsule- With our small easy to swallow capsule it will be easier than ever to take your therapeutic vitamin A.Vitamin A- Vitamin A deficiencies may occur following bariatric surgery. While the majority of patients that are taking one of our multivitamin products may not need additional vitamin A there will be some patients that require higher levels of supplementation of this critical nutrient.*Safety- Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin and should not be taken unless recommended by your physician.Water-Miscible Vitamin A- We utilize a dry water-miscible form of vitamin A to further enhance absorption. This means that this nutrient does not have to be taken with fat to optimize absorption unlike vitamin A found in other brands.Dosing Information:Please speak with your physician before taking vitamin A as too much vitamin A can be dangerous/toxic.It may be recommended to get your lab level of vitamin A tested before starting this product and tested again during treatment with this product.A dosage of more than 10000 IU of vitamin A may be recommended by your physician. If so you can take multiple capsules at the same time.