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PreNatal Nutrients 120 vcaps Pure Encapsulations
PreNatal Nutrients 120 vcaps
Pure Encapsulations
Regular price $41.80
Mykind Prenatal Multi-Berry 120 Gummy Garden of Life
Mykind Prenatal Multi-Berry 120 Gummy
Garden of Life
Regular price $34.99
Prenatal Multi Immune Supp 120 vegcaps Rainbow Light Nutrition
Prenatal Multi Immune Supp 120 vegcaps
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Rainbow Light Nutrition
Regular price $57.99 $49.45
Prenatal Multi Energy Su Org 120 vegcaps Rainbow Light Nutrition
Prenatal Multi Energy Su Org 120 vegcaps
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Rainbow Light Nutrition
Regular price $54.99 $47.12
35+ Mom and Baby 60 tabs Rainbow Light Nutrition
35+ Mom and Baby 60 tabs
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Rainbow Light Nutrition
Regular price $59.99 $51.00
KIND Organics Prenatal Multi 90 tabs Garden of Life
KIND Organics Prenatal Multi 90 tabs
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Garden of Life
Regular price $46.99 $43.47
Prenatal Daily Nutrition 90 tabs Country Life
Prenatal Daily Nutrition 90 tabs
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Country Life
Regular price $39.99 $35.49
Prenatal Pack 30 pkts Douglas Labs
Prenatal Pack 30 pkts
Douglas Labs
Regular price $58.20
Pre Natal SAP 180 caps Nutritional Fundamentals for Health
Pre Natal SAP 180 caps
Nutritional Fundamentals for Health
Regular price $38.10
Prenatal Multi 120 vcaps Rainbow Light Nutrition
Prenatal Multi 120 vcaps
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Rainbow Light Nutrition
Regular price $40.49 $35.88
Prenatal Adv Care Vit and Min 120 caps Kirkman
Prenatal Adv Care Vit and Min 120 caps
Kirkman
Regular price $24.25
Preconcep Care Antiox Super Blnd 60 caps Kirkman
Preconcep Care Antiox Super Blnd 60 caps
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Kirkman
Regular price $51.50 $46.73
Prenatal Complete 180 caps Nature's Way
Prenatal Complete 180 caps
Nature's Way
Regular price $24.99
Perfect Prenatal 96 tabs New Chapter
Perfect Prenatal 96 tabs
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New Chapter
Regular price $48.95 $43.52
Perfect Prenatal 192 tabs New Chapter
Perfect Prenatal 192 tabs
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New Chapter
Regular price $84.95 $70.82
Prenatal 60 vcaps Douglas Labs
Prenatal 60 vcaps
Douglas Labs
Regular price $25.40

Almost everyone knows that it is important to take prenatal vitamins while expecting; however, many women do not realize how vital it is to begin taking prenatal vitamins before conception. During the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, your baby's organs are forming. For this reason, it is essential that as soon as a woman begins thinking about having a baby, she begins to take prenatal vitamins.

Prenatal vitamins are similar to multivitamins; however, they contain large doses of certain vitamins and minerals. Prenatal vitamins contain larger amounts offolic acid, calcium and iron. Each of these nutrients is necessary for proper development. Getting proper nutrients is essential for expectant moms. Those who are expecting or trying to get pregnant should begin a daily regimen of prenatal vitamins. There are many places to find cheap supplements; however, an expectant mother needs to ensure the prenatal supplements they purchase are made with top quality ingredients and manufactured using the strictest protocols. Vita Living provides prenatal supplements that are both affordable and made using premium ingredients.

Calcium is especially important during the last trimester of pregnancy. During the last trimester, a baby's bones are growing rapidly and becoming stronger. If a woman does not receive ample amounts of calcium, the baby's bones will not develop properly and can be weak. Therefore, it is essential that a pregnant woman gets at least 1,000 milligrams of calcium daily. A prenatal vitamin that contains calcium will help ensure the mother and baby receives the calcium they both need. In addition to taking a prenatal supplement, expectant moms should eat a well-balanced diet rich in calcium. Foods that are rich in calcium include dairy products, such as milk, yogurt and cheeses, spinach and fortified cereals and fruit juices.

The mineral, iron, is needed for the body to produce hemoglobin. The body needs hemoglobin to transport oxygen throughout the body. Additionally, iron is essential to fetal growth and development of the bone structure. If an expectant mom doesn't receive ample iron, anemia and low-birth weight can occur. Eating red meat, legumes, eggs and leafy green vegetables, such as spinach will help supply an expectant mother with the iron she needs for health and the health of her baby. During pregnancy, a woman's recommended iron intake doubles to 27 milligrams daily. To help ensure enough iron is consumed, obstetricians often prescribe a prenatal vitamin.