Pre and post natal vitamin benefits
Complete B Vitamin Complex
Our B complex keeps your body strong while your baby is growing by converting food into energy.
Vitamin B1 plays a major role in brain development.
Vitamin B2 helps with eye and skin health.
Vitamin B3 helps to improve digestion and with nutrient metabolism.
Vitamin B5 helps to ease leg cramps and to create hormones.
Vitamin B6 can help with nausea during pregnancy and plays a part in your baby's brain and nervous system development.
Vitamin B7 promotes healthy skin, hair and nails.
Vitamin B9, better known as Folic Acid helps to prevent birth defects.
Vitamin B12 maintains your nervous system.
Copper plays a vital role in forming red blood cells, during pregnancy your body supply doubles. Copper helps with your baby's heart, blood vessels, and skeletal and nervous system.
Iodine is essential for the production of maternal and fetal thyroid hormones that regulate the development of the fetal brain and nervous system. The mother's iodine requirements increase substantially during pregnancy in order to ensure adequate supply to the fetus.
Selenium is like the armor of your body. It serves as an antioxidant, plays an important role in reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, DNA synthesis and protection from oxidative damage and infection. Selenium also supports a healthy birth weight.
Your blood volume expands up to 50% during pregnancy so you will need more electrolytes and potassium helps with keeping the extra fluid in the right chemical balance. Potassium also helps with maintaining a healthy blood pressure
Choline supports the development of your baby's brain and neural tube. It may also help with reducing inflammation that could have caused pregnancy complications.
Vitamin C is essential for tissue repair, wound healing, bone growth & repair and for healthy, glowing skin.
Vitamin C also acts as an antioxidant to help your body fight infections and to protect your cells from any damage.
Vitamin D helps with calcium absorption and in the development of your baby's bones, teeth, heart, kidneys and nervous system.
Vitamin E helps your body create and maintain red blood cells. It also promotes healthy skin and eyes while strengthening your natural immune system.
Calcium is vital for both mom and baby, because it not only builds your baby's bone, but also helps to maintain your skeletal health. If you aren't getting enough calcium during pregnancy, your body will deplete its own stores. Calcium helps to strengthen your baby's developing bones and teeth. It also boosts muscle, heart and nerve development.
Magnesium and calcium work in combination. Adequate magnesium intake during pregnancy can help prevent the uterus from contracting prematurely. Magnesium also helps to build strong teeth and bones in your baby.
Your body uses iron to make extra blood for you and your baby, and during pregnancy you need double the amount of iron. Iron also helps move oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body and to your baby.
Zinc plays a vital role in the construction of your baby's cells and DNA. It is needed for cell division and tissue growth that support healthy development as your baby grows. Zinc is also essential for normal immune function.