Showing all 1 result

Sort by:


  • Warning: count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/chelse68/public_html/wp-content/plugins/woosalescountdown/woosalescountdown.php on line 2079
    Earn 37 Reward Points
    • Vegetarian-friendly support for maternal and fetal development
    • Helps to reduce the risk of neural tube defects when taken daily prior to becoming pregnant and during early pregnancy
    • Helps to prevent iron deficiency anaemia
    • Calcium intake, when combined with sufficient vitamin D, a healthy diet, and regular exercise, may reduce the risk of developing osteoporosis
    • Provides 999 IU of vitamin D and 999 mcg of folic acid per daily dose
    • Helps to prevent deficiency of calcium, chromium, copper, iodine, magnesium, selenium, zinc, biotin, folate, vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin E and K
    • As nutrient and energy requirements differ during pregnancy, Pregna Vite provides vitamins and minerals that are suited for proper maternal and fetal health.  Approximately 20-30% of women are deficient in a vitamin during pregnancy.1ŚćVitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, magnesium and zinc, are involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, and their deficiencies are associated with impaired fetal growth and development
    • Vegetarian diets tend to provide insufficient levels of vitamin B12, which may result in impaired red blood cell formation
    • Maternal iron levels affect iron stores in the developing fetus, and are necessary for the production of hemoglobin;  Pregna Vite helps to prevent iron deficiency anemia
    • Calcium demands also increase during pregnancy, leading to enhanced calcium absorption from the intestine and mobilization from bones.  Vitamin D helps absorb and use calcium and phosphorus for normal bone mineralization.  Deficiency of vitamin D during pregnancy may lead to impaired fetal bone development or osteomalacia, although 600 IU of vitamin D daily helps maximize bone health in pregnant adults
    • Daily supplementation with 800 mcg of folic acid in the first trimester may help reduce the risk of neural tube defects by nearly 70%