Prenatal vitamins typically contain more folic acid and iron than do standard adult multivitamins. For pregnant women, in order to ensure that the fetus has plenty of nutrition needs vitamin supplements during pregnancy. Vitamin is indispensable for the pregnant woman, not only to the baby's development also has a vital role. Vitamins in the baby's growth, metabolism, and play an important role in the process of development.
In addition, some research suggests that prenatal vitamins decrease the risk of having a baby who is small for his or her gestational age.
Your health care provider might recommend a specific brand of prenatal vitamins or leave the choice up to you. Our prenatal vitamin product that contains:
It also might be beneficial to look for a prenatal vitamin that contains vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, zinc and copper.
Ideally, you'll start taking prenatal vitamins before conception. The baby's neural tube, which becomes the brain and spinal cord, develops during the first month of pregnancy — perhaps before you even know that you're pregnant.
It's best to take prenatal vitamins throughout your entire pregnancy. Your health care provider might recommend continuing to take prenatal vitamins after the baby is born — especially if you're breast-feeding.
- Provides nutrition needed during pregnancy
- Supports energy metabolism
- Supports skeletal growth and development of the fetus
- Supports red blood cell formation
- Supports cellular health
Directions: Take 1 capsule daily.