Prenatavite – Prenatal Vitamins
Now that you’re pregnant, or considering pregnancy, you’ll want to give your baby a great start. Adding a prenatal multivitamin to your daily routine is an important step in providing nutritional support for you and your developing baby.
The best for you and your baby from day one - PRENATAVITE has safe and sound potencies of 100% whole food nutrients! This comprehensive prenatal formula is designed to support the health of a woman and her developing baby. With nutrients in their safe, gentle and natural whole food form, this supplement is easy on the stomach and well-tolerated by moms who maybe suffering from morning sickness or a fickle stomach. ORGANIC, Vegetarian digestive enzymes are also included in PRENATAVITE to enhance nutrient bioavailability and support healthy digestion. The recommended daily dose provides the full requirement of specific nutrients such as Folic Acid and Iron, nutrients vital for both mother and baby. Organic herbs and foods considered safe during pregnancy and lactation provide additional nutritional support.
Did you know your blood volume will increase by 50% during your pregnancy? Using Fenugreek, Red Raspberry leaf and Stinging Nettle along with the B Vitamins and Iron, will work to assist your body in building blood volume to support a growing baby and prevent anemia.
FOLIC ACID: Provides 800 micrograms, which promotes healthy brain and spinal development
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Gluten-free, vegetarian, prenatal, multi-vitamin formula with premium algae from DHA, supporting healthy eye and brain development including full B-vitamin complex with 8 b-vitamins, pectin-based (no gelatin)
Includes 150 mg per serving of orchard fruits and garden veggies blend
No artificial flavors, no dairy products, no eggs, no gelatin, no gluten, no peanuts, no preservatives, no wheat, no yeast Easy alternative to swallowing pills.
Love your prenatal vitamins! A complete multivitamin, each serving of MIT NUTRA Prenatavite includes essential vitamins and minerals including an excellent source of folic acid and 50 mg of Omega-3 DHA.
MIT NUTRA Prenatavite, a brand trusted by women for years, is the prenatal vitamin brand recommended #1 by Pharmacists worldwide. It’s a complete prenatal multivitamin with key nutrients like Folic Acid, DHA and Iron. All this in a single, convenient capsule.
Iron becomes increasingly important when pregnant, as it helps carry oxygen to your growing baby.
Taking a multivitamin with folic acid every day is recommended at least 1 month before pregnancy. Adequate folate in healthful diets may reduce a woman's risk of having a child with a brain or spinal cord birth defect.
DHA will help support your baby’s eyes and brain development, It passes to your baby through your breast milk.
Calcium and Vitamin D:
Supporting bone health is especially important during pregnancy. One MIT NUTRA Prenatavite multivitamin provides calcium and Vitamin D for you and your developing baby.
Vitamin D will help support your growing baby, so it is important to get an adequate amount of Vitamin D while you are nursing.
Adequate iodine intake is especially important during pregnancy. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that pregnant and lactating women take a supplement with adequate iodine.
What is the ingredient DHA in MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal? As a pregnant woman or a woman thinking of becoming pregnant, why do I need it?
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) is an Omega-3 fatty acid found naturally in fish such as tuna and salmon. It is a major structural fat in your baby's brain and the retina of your baby's eyes. As many pregnant women are advised to limit the intake of fish, supplementing your diet with DHA can help support healthy fetal brain and eye development.
Is it safe to take MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal over-the-counter?
Yes, it is safe for most women to take MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal. See the product page for specific warnings and allergen statements. MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal includes 800 mcg of Folic Acid (100% of the Daily Value for pregnant women). Inform your doctor if you are taking MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal.
When should I start taking MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal? When should I stop?
The benefits of a prenatal multivitamin generally begin at conception or in the very early stages of pregnancy. Prenatal multivitamin use, then, is commonly recommended to start before trying to become pregnant. Also, because pregnancy is sometimes unplanned, some sources recommend extra folic acid intake during the span of a woman's childbearing years. Use of MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal should be consistent throughout pregnancy and continued while breastfeeding as DHA will pass from mother to baby in breast milk to help support healthy brain and eye development in infancy.
Do I need to take a separate calcium supplement?
The recommended intake of calcium for an adult pregnant woman is 1,000 mg per day. This level would be too large to swallow if included in a complete multivitamin tablet. Women who are pregnant may supplement their dietary calcium intake with separate calcium supplements. Inform your doctor if you are taking a supplement.
Are there benefits to taking MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women's Prenatal while breast-feeding?
Yes, if you are breast-feeding, the Omega-3 DHA in MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women’s Prenatal can be passed from mother to baby in breast milk. DHA helps support healthy brain and eye development in infancy.
Can I cut or crush the MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women’s Prenatal 1 capsule?
The MIT NUTRA Prenatavite Women’s Prenatal 1 capsule should not be cut or crushed.
I already take a prenatal multivitamin. Is it okay to change brands?
If you are taking a Prenatal that was recommended by your OB/GYN, you might want to check with her/him first. But in general, there should be no problem in switching your Prenatal vitamins brand.