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Prenatal Vitamins

  • To Boost Fertility, Repeat the Axiom: ‘Vitamins for Pregnancy’

    Baseball has a popular expression, “winning starts with pitching.” Hopeful future parents seeking improved fertility could have their own simple catchphrase: “Vitamins for pregnancy.” There are so many tips available today to improve chances for conception. It can be overwhelming for a potential mom-to-be. It is easier to just strip it to the basics. Start with vitamins and nutrients that help a pregnancy – to initiate it, and also to maintain it.
  • DHA in Pregnancy - Why is it Important?

    DHA (or docosahexaenoic acid), is an omega-3 fatty acid found in fish oil. While this is an essential nutrient for all women, those who are pregnant can especially benefit from prenatal vitamins containing DHA.
  • Do I Really Need Iron While Pregnant?

    Pregnant women have very distinct nutritional needs. During pregnancy, your body actually needs twice the amount of iron as it did before you were expecting, primarily because your body uses the iron to supply blood for your unborn child.
  • Over the counter vs Prescription Prenatal Vitamins –Is There Any Real Difference?

    Pregnancy is a very important time to ensure you are getting ample supplies of vitamins and minerals. For many expectant moms, that could mean a recommendation for prescription prenatal vitamins, although generic alternatives may also be an option.
  • Does Taking Prenatal Vitamins Help You Get Pregnant?

    When a woman begins thinking about starting a family, maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle becomes a top priority. While many women begin taking supplements after they conceive, some research shows that prenatal vitamins may be helpful for pregnancy and may possibly boost fertility. Of course, there are many factors that influence a woman’s fertility, and while taking prenatal vitamins will not guarantee to increase your odds of conceiving, the high level of nutrients in these types of supplements can still potentially improve your odds of achieving and maintaining healthy pregnancy.
  • Importance of Taking Your Prenatal Vitamin After Childbirth

    Mothers-to-be know how important it is to prioritize proper nutrition while eating for two. But did you know many doctors suggest you continue taking prenatal vitamins after childbirth? One common reason for this recommendation is that
  • Key Prenatal Vitamins for a Healthy Pregnancy

    According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, women who are expecting should take 600 micrograms of folic acid and 27 milligrams of iron on a daily basis.
  • New Powdered and Drinkable Formulas Make Prenatal Vitamins Easier to Swallow

    Many people forgo daily vitamin supplements because they simply cannot stomach a daily handful of pills.

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