Prenatal Vitamins can help support a healthy, well-balanced diet to make sure you give your body all the nutrition it needs when you’re trying to conceive:
If you’re thinking about trying for a baby, did you know that you may be low in B vitamins if you’ve been taking the contraceptive pill for a long time?
The Department of Health recommends folic acid which you’re advised to start taking at least three months prior to starting TTC and during the first three months of pregnancy, to help prevent neural tube defects. Folic acid also contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy. It is also recommended that vitamin B12 is taken with folic acid at this time.
Prenatal vitamins designed for pregnancy do not contain vitamin A although may contain Beta-Carotene, which can be converted into vitamin A naturally by the body as required.
A prenatal supplement means there’s no need to take several tablets at once and you can rest assured that it means you’re taking the safe and recommended levels of key nutrients for pregnancy.
Always check with your doctor or midwife for more personal advice and prenatal care.
Showing all 17 results
Our new practitioner portal has been released and it’s now easier than ever to link a client’s account and provide them with suggestions using our new protocol system.
Convert your current cart into a protocol which can then be assigned to a linked client.