You Want What's Best For Your Baby Right Now And That Means Providing The Vitamins and Minerals Essential To Your Baby's Health and Development
As an expectant mother, you want the best for your baby’s health. You’ve started skipping the fast food drive-thru and instead are loading up on fresh fruits and vegetables. You’ve given up sweets, and even the lovely glass of wine you used to enjoy with dinner.
It’s worth it, of course… because you know that every healthy choice you make is giving your baby the best start in life!
We know you’re serious about giving your baby the absolute best to grow healthy and strong, and you’re thinking about adding prenatal vitamins to your diet. If you’re like many mothers to be… the prospect of choosing a prenatal vitamin can be overwhelming!
With so many types and brands of prenatal vitamins on the market today… and so little information about how they can affect your baby’s health (and yours)… it’s no wonder expectant mothers just like you feel downright paralyzed when trying to make an informed choice!
Well, relax. Read on… and discover how you can get the absolute best prenatal supplement for your child so that you can eliminate stress and enjoy the wonderful miracle of pregnancy!
You’ve undoubtedly read on many websites and heard from many doctors that you need to take prenatal vitamins throughout your pregnancy. If you’re eating healthy and cutting out the obviously less desirable food and beverages like fast food, sugar and alcohol, you might wonder if you actually need them at all.
The answer is: Yes, absolutely!
A wide range of vitamins and minerals are absolutely essential for promoting fetal development and growth. Healthy choices are important before during and after birth especially if breast feeding.
The American Pregnancy Association* states that your daily intake requirements for numerous nutrients including folic acid, calcium and iron significantly increase during pregnancy! According to the Mayo Clinic, prenatal vitamins are critical to meeting your dietary needs during pregnancy:
Adequate folate in healthful diets may reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a brain or spinal cord birth defect. The Mayo Clinic recommends a prenatal vitamin with at least 600 mcg of this nutrient per dose.
is a mineral important for bone development and health as well for protecting your health and your baby’s health.
It’s important to look for a prenatal vitamin that offers calcium as an ingredient to compliment the calcium you will receive from food sources.
is a mineral that is essential for protecting both your well-being during pregnancy, and the health of your baby. Iron is particularly important if you have a deficiency in this mineral.
Many prenatal vitamins today come in pill or softgel capsule form and some may contain more than just the active ingredients. Some are held together in pill form by adding in agents some of which can sometimes be harmful.
If you find pills hard to swallow and hard on your stomach try our softgel capsule prenatal vitamin, it’s much easier to swallow and is gentle on your stomach.
Most prenatal vitamins include synthetic folic acid, not natural folate. Your body must convert folic acid to folate, and much of this nutrient is lost during the conversion process.
Natural folate, on the other hand, gives your baby the highest level of this nutrient.
Vitamin A is critical to your health, as well as to the well-being of your unborn baby. It acts as a natural antioxidant that can prevent free radical molecules from damaging bone, muscle, brain, and skin cells. Too much vitamin A (more than 10,000 IU per day), in a 1995 study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that too much Vitamin A can increase your risk of pregnancy complications.
Supplements that contain vitamin A in the form of retinol can put you at risk of consuming too much vitamin A in your diet. Supplements that contain the beta-carotene form of this vitamin are dramatically safer… meaning that you get the vitamin A you need without unnecessary complications that may put your baby at risk!
Prenatal vitamin-mineral supplement manufacturers add various kinds of “junk” ingredients to their supplements that you don’t need… and frankly, that you don’t want. What advantage is there in taking vitamins to support your baby’s health when they may contain ingredients that can actually harm you and your baby?
When you’re choosing a prenatal vitamin, you need to choose one that contains absolutely no sugar. By the way that doesn’t mean that your supplement has to taste awful… there are plenty of natural sweeteners – that make supplements palatable without adding sugar to your diet! Stay away from supplements that contain synthetic chemicals and fillers.
You don’t want to consume artificial colorings, flavorings or fillers that may make it more difficult for your body to break down and absorb the vitamins and minerals! Stay clear of magnesium stearate in your supplement. This product is used to prevent pills and tablets from adhering to the machinery that processed them. Of course machinery operating at maximum capacity means more profits for the companies that use it. It is more costly to manufacture supplements without magnesium stearate.
Finally, look for supplements that contain only natural, organic ingredients. You want your baby to enjoy the most vibrant health possible… it only makes sense to choose a prenatal vitamin-mineral made from high quality natural ingredients! Finding a prenatal vitamin mineral supplement that does all of this must be impossible, right? Not anymore.
Bloom Prenatal vitamin and mineral supplement is manufactured by Vitamer Laboratories… a company that combines the highest quality ingredients and formulations.
As an internationally recognized manufacturer of FDA regulated products, Vitamer must perform all their operations, including analytical testing, in accordance with strict Federal Regulations (21 CFR , Parts 111, 210 and 211). so you know you’re getting the absolute best, most potent prenatal vitamins available!Try it Now
If you're pregnant or hoping to conceive, prenatal vitamins can help fill any gaps.
We go to extraordinary lengths to give you top-quality, organic prenatal nutrition. So here’s how we’ve made Bloom Prenatal vitamins different to give you and your baby the best nutritional support possible:
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Other Ingredients : Softgel Capsule (gelatin, glycerin, water, carob), Rice Bran Oil, Beeswax, Soy Lecithin and Natural Lemon Oil. Not manufactured with wheat, gluten, milk, egg, shellfish or tree nut ingredients. Produced in a GMP facility that processes other ingredients containing these allergens.
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American Pregnancy Association. Prenatal Vitamins. http://americanpregnancy.org/pregnancy-health/prenatal-vitamins/
Mayo Clinic. Prenatal vitamins: why they matter, how to choose. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-living/pregnacy-week-by-week/in-depth/prenatalvitamins/art-20046945
Spina Bifida Association. What is Spina Bifida? http://www.spinabifidaassociation.org/site/c.evKRI7OXIoJ8H/b.8277225/k.5A79/What_is_Spina_Bifida.htm
Rothman, Kenneth J., et al. "Teratogenicity of high vitamin A intake." New England Journal of Medicine 333.21 (1995): 1369-1373. http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJM199511233332101