My Oh Myo-inositol

Posted: July 21, 2015 in conception

Premama® recently launched a new product, Premama® Fertility, into 2300 CVS stores across the U.S. We are very excited about this launch, and we hope you are too! Premama Fertility contains just two ingredients—folic acid and myo-inositol. The importance of consuming folic acid prior to pregnancy to help prevent neural tube defects (NTDs) has been well […]

The Scoop on Premama®

Posted: July 7, 2015 in food

Need an excuse for dessert? Well July is National Ice Cream Month! Whoever dedicated an entire month to ice cream: we thank you! While ice cream is a popular sweet treat amongst—well, everyone—we know moms-to-be are particularly fond of it, especially in the hot summer months. And so the idea was born…why not get all […]

Four BBQ Ideas for the 4th

Posted: June 30, 2015 in holidays

Summer holiday festivities are right around the corner. However, as much as we love Independence Day, party planning doesn’t always feel like a celebration of freedom. Don’t worry though—Premama is here to help! We’ve found four easy, low stress ways to add sparkle to your holiday BBQ (and keep the kids occupied)! Watermelon Wands: These […]

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 atwww.facebook.com/drinkpremama Tropical Bump Smoothie ©Premama 2015 Ingredients: 1 banana, peeled 3⁄4 cup fresh or frozen diced […]

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