Vegan Prenatal Vitamins with Iron, Calcium, Vitamin D2, C, Zinc & Folic Acid

  • $19.97

Our Prenatal Vitamins F.A.Q.

Can Prenatal vitamins help support normal immune function?

Pregnancy definitely has an impact on your immune system. The good news is that there are ways to help support your normal immune function while you are pregnant. One key element is diet and the foods that you put into your body. You should look to maintain a healthy, balanced diet, full of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients while you are pregnant. Of course, during pregnancy, your body does require increased daily amounts of certain vitamins and minerals and sometimes it can be hard to hit your recommended amounts every day through your food alone. This is where supplements can come in to help. Prenatal vitamins are designed to support you and your growing baby, supplementing the vitamins and minerals that can help both of you in this journey.

Why should I take a prenatal vitamin?

It takes a lot of work to grow a baby and vitamins, minerals and other essential nutrients can play a big role in this process. Of course, you can get a good dose of vitamins through a healthy and balanced diet, meeting all recommended nutrient intakes. However, it can be hard to stick to a diet that hits all of your recommended daily amounts of all of your recommended nutrients. By taking a prenatal vitamin, you can support your nutrient intake, helping your body through pregnancy and supporting the healthy growth of your little one. Prenatal vitamins are packed with exactly what your baby needs to grow. They often contain folic acid, which helps your baby’s brain and spinal cord to develop correctly. They also often contain calcium, which protects your bones as your baby grows and maintains your bone density as your baby develops. Another common inclusion is iron, which helps to deliver oxygen to your growing baby, reducing chances of your baby being born prematurely or too small.

When should I start taking prenatal vitamins?

If you are planning a baby, it’s a good idea to start taking prenatal vitamins before conception. This can help to prepare your body and get it off to a good head start. If you didn’t plan your baby, the best time to start taking prenatal vitamins is as soon as you know you’re having a baby. The sooner you start taking the vitamins, the sooner you and your baby can benefit from them!

What kind of testing do you do?

We do 3rd party testing in GMP facility with a team of biochemists along with a panel of interviewers and a separate panel of experts in the nutraceutical field.

What makes our prenatal vitamins different from the others?

22 essential prenatal vitamins with folic acid, important minerals, and prenatal nutrients. Formulated prenatal with vitamin D 2, B6, B12, K, A, C and E with 150 mg of iodine - super fast, super effective! Supporting baby’s bones, brain and body.

  • Helping regulate mom’s thyroid
  • More energy
  • Prenatal folate helps the development of red blood cells
  • A stronger immune system