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Our next generation pre and post natal supplement. Contains all the essential vitamins and minerals that you and your baby need.
Important for the development of a healthy baby and the health of the mother.
Magnesium deficiency or insufficiency during pregnancy may pose a health risk for both the mother and the newborn.
Benefits backed by science
Research shows that certain nutrients, like folic acid and iron, are essential for a healthy pregnancy and can reduce the chance of birth defects. Prenatal vitamins like our Mommy Blend which include these key nutrients, are recommended for women who are pregnant, planning to become pregnant and who are breastfeeding.
Omega-3 fatty acids cannot be produced by the body and must be obtained through diet or supplements. They are critical for fetal neurodevelopment. Most pregnant women likely do not get enough omega-3 fatty acids because the major dietary sources (fish and seafood), are restricted to 2 servings per week.
As one of its most abundant minerals, the body can’t work properly without magnesium and during pregnancy magnesium requirements are greater. Magnesium deficiency or insufficiency during pregnancy may pose a health risk for both the mother and the newborn - so it's vital intake is sufficient.
Why our Baby Bundle
Vegan formulation containing folate, an essential nutrient best known for supporting the development of your baby's brain and spinal cord during pregnancy. Iron, a mineral that your body uses to make extra blood (hemoglobin) for you and your baby during pregnancy, and a specific strain of probiotics which studies have shown reduces the risk of developing allergic symptoms.
Our advanced liquid formula is designed for rapid absorption. Our capsules contain EPA and DHA, natural sources of omega-3 found in fish oil. Also contains vitamin E for its additional health benefits and for stability. It is produced from a cold-press extraction method to preserve all the goodness.
Our Magnesium Complex uses magnesium in glycinate form (a type of amino acid) as it is gentle on the stomach and the body finds it easier to consume the mineral in this form. We also add vitamin B6, a co-factor that also improves absorption. It also contains vitamin D3, which works synergistically with magnesium to aid muscle, bone and joint function.
The short answer: Yes. Folic acid is the form used in many supplements because it’s highly stable. The caveat? Once folic acid enters a cell, it needs to be converted into 6S-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate (MTHF) by several key enzymes before your body can use it. And up to one-third of men and women have a genetic variation that can impact the last step of the conversion.
Yes. Your need for magnesium increases when pregnant. It assists in the healthy development of your baby but can also improve some pregnancy related symptoms such as frequent leg cramps, low energy and poor sleep. Magnesium can also prevent your uterus from contracting prematurely due to its muscle relaxing properties. If you have any pre-existing medical conditions or take prescription medication, we suggest that you speak to your healthcare professional before supplmenting magnesium.
Yes, magnesium and calcium tend to compete for absorption at high doses, so they should be taken around 2 hours apart – that includes if you eat dairy! We also suggest allowing a couple of hours between your magnesium and zinc supplements.
There is a wealth of research showing that omega 3 fatty acids are not only essential but that they also have a positive impact on health.
DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that may play a role in cellular communication, helping to support healthy memory function and cognitive health. DHA is especially important for cells in the brain and retina, where it is abundant in healthy nerves and membranes.
EPA, another omega-3 fatty acid, is important for normal inflammatory responses and cardiovascular health. These beneficial fatty acids work together to support many other vital body processes and functions.
If you are currently being treated with blood thinning medications, blood sugar levels lowering medications, cholesterol lowering medications, or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, you should not take omega-3 supplements without first speaking to your healthcare professional. Equally, if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or take other prescription medications, we recommend that you speak to your healthcare professional before supplementing omega-3.