Pregnancy Support - Nature's Own
Pregnancy Support Food Supplement is a comprehensive Wholefood multivitamin and mineral comprising the most appropriate vitamins and minerals necessary for women and babies during preconception, pregnancy and breastfeeding.Nature's Own Pregnancy Support Product Data Sheet Download
Includes the current UK Government recommendations for vitamin D and folic acid.
- We use methylfolate as this is the safest and most bio-effective form of this nutrient and K2 for the same reason.
- Folic acid/folate contributes to normal maternal tissue growth during pregnancy, and supplemental folate intake increases maternal folate status. Increasing maternal folate status contributes to the reduction of the risk of neural tube defects.
- This product also contains excellent levels of antioxidant minerals to give optimum support through all the stages of preconception, pregnancy, and breastfeeding.
- Maintaining good levels of the mineral iron is important for women during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
- The mineral calcium is in great demand during pregnancy. Intestinal absorption of calcium doubles early in pregnancy, and the mineral is stored in the mother’s bones. Later, as the foetus begins to develop, the mother’s stores are drawn upon. Calcium is essential for making the baby’s bones and teeth.
- Typically recommended at two tablets daily, one pot will provide a 30-day supply.
Natural cane sugar; purified water; multivitamin and mineral premix (which provides: vitamin A palmitate, ascorbic acid, cholecalciferol, dl- alpha tocopherol acetate, pyridoxine hyrochloride, folic acid, cyanocobalamin, biotin, calcium-d-pantothenate, potassium iodide, zinc citrate, choline bitartrate and inositol); pectin; citric acid; natural flavourings (strawberry, lemon) natural colourings (black carrot, beta carotene); vegetable oil, carnauba wax. Free from GMO.
Age 3-5 - one bear per day. Ages 6-8 - two bears per day, or on average one bear per 10kg-15kg bodyweight. Can be sucked or chewed, and either taken with food or on an empty stomach. or taken as directed by a practitioner.