Cool Sites to Check Out When You’re Pregnant!

Posted: March 16, 2015 in prenatal vitamins

Don’t you just love all the technology available to us? For today’s mamas, it’s easier than ever to find information at the touch of a laptop button (or swipe of a finger on a smartphone). From fun websites and hilarious mom blogs to important health resources and baby gear sites for budget-conscious families, the web […]

Using Premama in Two Delicious Smoothie Recipes

Posted: March 11, 2015 in food

We’ve put together two delicious and easy to make Premama smoothie recipes. Blending Premama into a smoothie is our favorite way to use Premama prenatal vitamins! Try out these two recipes and upload your smoothie photos on our Facebook page Tropical Bump Smoothie ©Premama 2015 Ingredients: 1 banana, peeled 3⁄4 cup fresh or frozen diced […]

Premama Review – Brandy Walleshauser

Posted: February 12, 2015 in prenatal vitamins

Check out this video review from blogger Brandy Walleshauser! “When I was pregnant with my first I had 9 months of sickness. It was horrible, the prenatal vitamins that were recommended just made more more sick, or I would choke on them because they were to big to swallow. At the time the only […]

Dangers of Gummy Vitamins

Posted: January 30, 2015 in prenatal vitamins

Gummy vitamins present an easier and tastier alternative to vitamins in pill form, but they are not without danger. It is not uncommon for some children to eat entire bottles of gummy vitamins without realizing the potential negative health effects. When it comes to standard gummy vitamins, symptoms of eating too many can include nausea, […]

Are Flu Shots Recommended During Pregnancy?

Posted: January 7, 2015 in managing pregnancy

The flu is making headlines again this week as almost every state in the US is experiencing widespread cases of flu, according to a map on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. Unless you live in Maine, Hawaii and only five states on the west coast, the flu is at high levels. Adults and children […]

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