Real • Unique Prenatal Multivitamins
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Early pregnancy is a critical period for the development of the fetus’ brain and major organs. Pregnant mothers constantly need to consume various nutrients for their body’s to assist in the development of the fetus. Prenatal multivitamins provide an adequate and balanced vitamin that helps ensure mother and baby receive all the nutrients it needs.
Our Prenatal Multivitamins are developed and manufactured in Canada. These Prenatal Multivitamins contain a comprehensive, customized nutritional formula suited for pre-pregnant, pregnant and lactating mothers.
Folic acid prevents neural tube defects by assisting in the development of the spinal cord and brain. It is vital for mothers who plan to get pregnant, to include folic acid in their diet during the first week of pregnancy. A lack of folic acid for the fetus can lead to Spinal Bifida. Iron prevents anemia helps the brain develop. Zinc prevents early fetal malformations, miscarriages, and premature birth.
Omega-3 (DHA & EPA) have been associated with fetal development, cardiovascular function, and Alzheimer’s disease. However, because our bodies do not efficiently produce some omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources, it is necessary to obtain adequate amounts of supplements. Studies have shown that EPA and DHA are important for proper fetal development, including neuronal, retinal, and immune function.
Vitamin D3 and Calcium can help the growth of the baby’s bones and teeth. Scientific studies have shown that vitamin D3 deficiencies in pregnant women are more likely to occur, which could lead to gestational diabetes mellitus, adverse neonatal development, low birth weight and other conditions. Vitamin B12 is essential for providing the fetus with red blood cells. It is a necessary vitamin for pregnant mothers, especially those who are vegetarian and lack red blood cell production in their body. North American family doctors recommend pre-pregnant mothers should begin to take daily vitamins to avoid malnutrition and maternal harm to the fetus.
Place of Production：Canada
Size：90 vegetable capsules per bottle
Shelf Life ：3 years
Recommended Use: A factor in the maintenance of good health. Helps to form red blood cells, maintain immune function and normal growth. DHA is a member of the essential Omega-3 fatty acids and helps to improve visual and brain development. Folic acid helps to support normal early development of the fetal brain and spinal cord. Iodine helps to maintain the normal production of thyroid hormones. Iron helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue caused by iron deficiency anemia. Supporting healthy pregnancy
Recommended Dose: Adult Females, take one capsule, once per day.
Supplement Facts （Each capsule contains）
Potency (per capsule)
|Copper (Copper (II) acetate)||1mg|
|Folic acid (Folate)||600μg|
|Iodine (Potassium iodide)||200μg|
|Iron (Iron (II) bisglycinate)||27mg|
|Magnesium citrate tribasic||40mg|
|Molybdenum (Molybdenum amino acid chelate)||50μg|
|Pantothenic acid (Calcium D-pantothenate)||6mg|
|Selenium (Sodium Selenate)||30μg|
|Vitamin A (Vitamin A acetate)||30μg RAE|
|Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin)||2.6μg|
|Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)||1.9mg|
|Natural Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol)||400IU|
|Natural Vitamin E (d-alpha Tocopherol)||20.1mg Alpha-Tocopherol|
|Omega-3 Fatty acids – DHA & EPA||200mg (DHA-120mg , EPA-80mg)|
|Chromium (Chromium (III) chloride)||30μg|
|Calcium (Calcium citrate)||120mg|
|Biotin (Vitamin H||30μg|
Main Ingredients and Functions
Folic Acid – All women who could become pregnant should take a multivitamin containing at least 400 μg (0.4 mg) of folic acid every day to help prevent neural tube defects. This is a birth defect that affects the baby’s brain, skull or spine. Neural tube defects occur during the first month of pregnancy. That’s why it’s important to take folic acid supplements *before* you get pregnant.
Omega-3 (DHA & EPA) – have been associated with fetal development, cardiovascular function, and Alzheimer’s disease. However, because our bodies do not efficiently produce some omega-3 fatty acids from marine sources, it is necessary to obtain adequate amounts of supplements. Studies have shown that EPA and DHA are important for proper fetal development, including neuronal, retinal, and immune function. EPA and DHA may affect many aspects of cardiovascular function including inflammation, peripheral artery disease, major coronary events, and anticoagulation. EPA and DHA have been linked to promising results in prevention, weight management, and cognitive function in those with very mild Alzheimer’s disease.
Vitamin B12 – Vitamin B12 is necessary for making red blood cells and ensuring normal nerve function. Eating foods fortified with vitamin B12 or taking a daily supplement providing at least 2.4 μg (0.0024mg) of vitamin B12. It’s more important than ever to eat healthy when you’re pregnant and vitamin B12 is the perfect addition to your diet for ensuring your child is born healthy. Vitamin B12 is essential for the creation and synthesis of DNA in each cell and low-levels increase the chance of birth defects. Studies have shown that those who consume little of vitamin B12 during pregnancy are at a higher risk of giving birth to a child with Down’s syndrome. In addition, vitamin B12 is known to help reduce the chance of developing depression and reduce the effects of depression. Cyanocobalamin is a synthetic form of vitamin B12, while Methylcobalamin Vitamin B12 is a naturally occurring active form that you can get through either food sources or supplements.
Calcium – plays an important role in fetal’s bones, teeth, and brain development during pregnancy. It is essential for pregnancy mommy for preventing cramps and osteoporosis. It is also involved in important physiological functions: nerve conduction, muscle contraction, blood coagulation and etc.
Vitamin D3 – Vitamin D3 helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus. It is important for teeth and bone development. Children who lack Vitamin D3, are prone to fractures and curvature of the spine.
Iron – Helps prevent anemia and iron deficiencies.
Vitamin A – Vitamin A promotes the health and growth of cells and tissues in the body, particularly those in hair, nails, and skin. It also plays an important role in vision and bone development and helps protect the body from infections.
Vitamin B – Vitamin B is essential to life and wellness; those who consume inadequate amounts of vitamin B2 during pregnancy are at a higher risk of giving birth to a child with Down’s syndrome. Vitamin B also reduces the effects of depression.
Vitamin C – This vitamin is also known as ascorbic acid, is an antioxidant that promotes healthy teeth and gums. It helps the body absorb different nutrition, such as iron, vitamin D, E, and ossein. Ossein is important for human bones, tendons, joints, ligament, skin tissue, and eyes.
Vitamin B6 – vitamin B6 is an essential nutrient to produce antibodies, red blood cells, in the immune system. An Appropriate amount of vitamin B6 can ease pregnancy sickness discomfort.
Pantothenic Acid and Biotin – These are both types of B vitamins. They are water-soluble, which means that the body can’t store them. If the body can’t use all of the vitamins, the excess nutrients leave the body through the urine. These vitamins must be replaced in the body every day.
Pantothenic acid and biotin are essential for growth and body metabolism – help the body break down and use food. They are both required for making fatty acids. Pantothenic acid also plays a role in the production of hormones and cholesterol.
Biotin(Vitamin H) is used to assist cell growth, in the production of essential fatty acids, as well as in the metabolism of fats and proteins.
Prenatal Multivitamins Are For
Pre-Pregnant Women – In the early pregnancy, mothers-to-be need to prepare a good growth environment for the babies. They need vitamin supplements, minerals, folic acid and etc. in advance to restore the body to the best pre-pregnancy
Pregnant Mothers – The mother’s body needs a lot of nutrients to supply baby. Early pregnancy is a critical period of fetal brain development and major internal organs; therefore mother needs to receive various vitamins, minerals, folic acid to prevent fetal neural tube defects
The Breast-Feeding Period – Baby’s nutrition is mainly from mother’s breast milk, so it is necessary to have enough vitamins and minerals to meet the needs of the baby’s growth.
Cautions and Warnings
1. There is enough iron in this package to seriously harm a small child. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. If taking other supplements, read labels carefully as other supplements may contain the same ingredients.
2. Stop using the product and seek medical attention immediately if you experience any discomfort after use.
3. Do not give this medicine to a child.
4. Sealed for your protection. Do not use if seal is broken.
5. Healthcare product is not intended to be used as a substitute for treatment.
6. Store in a cool, dry, and dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
7. Consult a healthcare practitioner if you are taking any other healthcare supplements.
Known Adverse Reactions: People sensitive to nicotinic acid may experience flushing of the skin that is generally mild and translucent.
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