Our Prenatal Pack is designed to help provide the nutrients and minerals necessary to support a woman’s nutritional needs during the stages of pregnancy, meeting your body’s increasing nutritional demands will become vital to the health of yourself and your baby.*
Each pack comes with a 30-day supply of convenient daily strip packs divided into morning and evening boxes. The morning box includes 30 single strip packs with 1 Advanced AM, 1 Folate, and 1 Iron inside. The evening box contains 30 single strip packs with 1 Omega-3 Complex and 1 Advanced PM inside.
How are Prenatal vitamins different from other vitamins?
Prenatal vitamins typically contain more folic acid, iron, and other vitamins and minerals than do standard multivitamins because science has proven the benefits of certain nutrients in the development of the fetus:
In addition to the vitamins listed above, IDLife has developed this pack based on the well-established recommendations of doctors and scientists who continue to identify and publish literature about the benefits of nutritional supplementation both before and during pregnancy.
When should I start taking Prenatal vitamins?
During the first month of pregnancy, a baby’s neural tube begins to develop, which later develops into the brain and spinal cord. Because most women aren’t immediately aware that they have conceived a child, it is recommended that any woman attempting to get pregnant, or not making any attempts to prevent pregnancy, start taking prenatal vitamins at least three months beforehand.
How long should I take Prenatal vitamins?
It is universally recommended that women take a prenatal vitamin before conception and throughout the entire pregnancy. If you plan on breastfeeding, it may be important to continue taking your prenatal vitamins to continue to provide your new baby with the extra vitamins and minerals they need in the early stages of development.
Do I need a Prenatal vitamin?
A healthy and balanced diet can help keep you well-nourished, but most women don’t get nearly enough folic acid, iron and choline in their diet to support them during pregnancy. These nutrients, and the others found in the Prenatal Pack, can support you throughout your pregnancy, and research has shown that prenatal vitamins can decrease the risk of low birth weight.
Are there any side effects to the Prenatal pack?
Some pregnant women may feel a little nauseous after taking prenatal vitamins. You can help avoid this by taking your vitamins with a snack or meal.
What is the best time for me to take my Prenatal pack?
Just like our one-of-a-kind personalized vitamin program, IDNutrition, the Prenatal Pack is delivered in both AM and PM dosing to ensure that you are taking the right vitamins at the right time of day to ensure optimal absorption and effectiveness for you and your baby.