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Prenatal+ (30 capsules)

It supports the health of the mother and ensures the harmonious development of the fetus. Read more...
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Prenatal+ (30 capsules)


DHA 200 mg (from fish oil), biotin 50 mg, vitamin B5 (calcium D-pantothenate) 6 mg, vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) 5 μg, vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) 3.5 μg, folic acid 400 μg, niacin 15 μg, iodine 150 μg, vitamin B6 1.9 mg, vitamin B2 1.5 mg, selenium 30 μg, vitamin B1 1.2 mg, vitamin E 13 mg, zinc 2.25 mg.

The product "Prenatal +" - created specifically to support women during pregnancy and during breastfeeding. It contains all the most essential elements and minerals, as well as docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), which is especially important for the proper development of the baby, and all this is in one capsule. The product helps to get the nutrients needed by both the mother and the baby during the entire period of pregnancy and after it. It has been proven that vitamin deficiency during pregnancy damages the health of the mother and child, increases the risk of developing perinatal pathologies and is one of the causes of prematurity, impaired physical and mental development of children.


PUFA Omega 3 (DHA). Prenatal contains docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) - the most valuable omega 3 organism for the body. It is one of the key components ensuring the health of the expectant mother and her baby, which penetrates the fetus to the development of its brain, nervous system and eyes, DHA helps to strengthen the walls of blood vessels and capillaries, normalizes the work of the heart, reduce the level of "bad cholesterol." A sufficient level of DHA in the body of a pregnant woman reduces the risk of premature birth.

Vitamin D. During pregnancy, this vitamin is especially necessary, since without it calcium is absorbed to a lesser extent. Its deficiency can lead to rickets, one of the manifestations of which is the incorrect formation of the skeleton.

Vitamin B - ensure the normal functioning of the nervous system and are actively involved in metabolic processes in the formation of the fetus. Vitamin B9 and B12 deficiencies can lead to impaired fetal neural tube formation, intrauterine growth retardation, miscarriage, and the risk of premature birth.

Vitamin E and niacin are necessary for the normal development of the child and the functioning of the placenta. They help carry the child and prevent possible threats of miscarriage in the early stages. They are necessary for the normal development of the fetus (in particular, are involved in the formation of the respiratory system of the baby). Vitamin E improves ovarian function, supports normal hormones and prevents involuntary abortion.

Selenium and zinc. With a pronounced shortage of selenium and zinc in the body of a pregnant woman, there is a risk of having a baby with congenital abnormalities (muscle weakness, underdevelopment of the spine, heart defects, diseases of the respiratory system, and nervous disorders). A deficiency of these minerals can trigger late toxicosis, edema, anemia and premature birth.

Iodine is important for the normal functioning of the thyroid gland. Inadequate intake of this element during pregnancy can lead to the formation of goiter and subsequent changes in thyroid function in the mother and the development of thyroid disorders in the child, therefore during pregnancy it is recommended to check the thyroid gland and compensate for iodine deficiency.


Maintain the health of the mother and ensure the harmonious development of the fetus.
Reduce the risk of possible complications of pregnancy and childbirth.
Reduce the likelihood of congenital anomalies in a child.
Strengthen the health of the child in the first years of life.


Valentyna Poniatovska
Independent consultant IN AUSTRALIA

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