When it comes to pregnancy you want what’s best for you and your baby. With all the changes that happen to your body, coupled with the joys of morning sickness and food cravings (for some!), making sure you have the nutritional foundation you need for your growing baby is paramount.
Prenatal vitamins are extremely important during pregnancy. Prenatal vitamins contain critical nutrients like folic acid, which helps to reduce the risk of neural tube defects. Other nutrients to be looking for are omega-3 fatty acids, calcium and vitamin D. Omega-3 fatty acids, specifically DHA, help to promote a baby’s brain and eye development. Calcium and vitamin D are essential nutrients that help your baby’s bones to develop and grow. Although you can get calcium and vitamin D from your diet by drinking vitamin D-fortified low fat milk and consuming calcium-rich foods, it’s important to supplement your diet during pregnancy to ensure that you are getting the recommended daily amounts.
The best time to start taking a prenatal multivitamin is before conception, and to continue taking it throughout pregnancy and while you are breastfeeding.
Taking a prenatal multivitamin helps to:
- Supplement your dietary intake of all the vitamins and minerals depleted by the demands on your body.
- Give the developing fetus the nutrients it needs for healthy growth
- Give you energy and combats feeling of exhaustion.
- Most importantly, helps to support both you and your baby’s health
In just one softgel a day, Prenatal Easymulti® features a complete spectrum of vitamins, minerals, and Omega-3 DHA needed to ensure optimal health for both mother and baby. It can also be taken along with Prenatal EasyCal® Calcium to give you an effective, easy to absorb source of calcium and vitamin D. Our prenatal line of products contains all the nutrients you need and none of the artificial dyes, preservatives and fillers you don’t. Head to your nearest health food store to pick up a bottle today!
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