If you feel tired or lack stamina during pregnancy, you may have low iron levels. In Canada, the prevalence of iron-deficiency anemia among female youth and adults (12 to 49 years old) is estimated at 10%. Supplementing with a prenatal iron product ensures you and your baby get the recommended daily dosage.
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Works together with iron to form red blood cells.
Is needed to form new cells and for the baby’s nervous system.
Essential in making hemoglobin, the protein that carries oxygen to the cells.
Is important for fetal development and is an effective remedy for nausea and vomiting.
A well-known immune stimulant, helps reduce the duration and severity of colds.
Helps maintain healthy immune function and helps reduce the duration.
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