Q. I am lactose intolerant, can I take Premama?
Premama’s Dha is derived from a plant source that actually contains traces of milk, but Premama is still Lactate free and can be taken by those with lactose intolerance.
Q. When should I begin taking Premama?
Premama is most effective if taken:
- While trying to conceive
- During pregnancy
- While breastfeeding
Some doctors and organizations, such as the March of Dimes, suggest all women between the ages of 15 – 50 take prenatal supplements, like Premama, every day, as about 50% of all pregnancies are unplanned.
Q. Is Premama FDA approved?
Premama and many other prenatal supplements are over-the-counter (OTC) drugs. They fall under the ‘supplement’ category and do not require FDA approval. Facilities at which Premama is produced and packaged are FDA-approved for the nutrients they handle, their cleanliness and their conduct. They are also USP Verified.
Q. What type of allergens are in Premama?
Premama contains traces of milk and soybean.
Premama is nut-free, gluten-free, egg-free, fish-free, shellfish-free, sulfite-free, and tree nut-free.
For further questions with respect to allergens please feel free to contact us at 401-345-9774 or by email at email@example.com.
Q. Where is Premama Made?
Premama is produced in USP (United States Pharmacopeia) and FDA (Food and Drug Administration) approved facilities based in the United States. Premama uses only the highest quality, natural ingredients.
Q. Why is Premama’s iron content lower than the traditional 27mg of Iron?
Premama uses a special iron blend that has been clinically proven on its own to be the most absorbent type of iron. Traditional pills typically contain 27mg of iron because only about 15% of that is absorbed by the body, while the rest is unused. The unused iron could lead to iron poisoning and is a common cause of nausea and constipation.
Premama’s iron is very absorbent, as 10mg of Premama’s iron will have the same amounts absorbed as 27mg of other prenatal supplements iron, providing nausea- and digestive-relief.*
Q. What should I mix Premama with?
Premama tastes best with juice, fruit flavored beverages, iced tea and milk. While fine with water, there may be a hint of ginger. Premama should not be mixed with sodas or hot beverages.
Premama’s ingredients are encapsulated to mask the flavors of the nutrients. Over time this encapsulation breaks down and the nutrients’ tastes are exposed. This may happen more quickly in some drinks compared to others. However, this does not have a negative effect on the vitamins themselves nor on the body’s absorption of the vitamins. There may be a mild effect on taste.
This is why we strongly recommend adding Premama to your favorite juice, milk, or iced tea, and consuming it within 5 minutes after mixing. Flavored versions of Premama are now in development.
Q. Is Premama Gluten Free?
Yes, Premama is Gluten Free.
Q. Does Premama’s packaging contain BPA?
No, Premama’s packaging is completely BPA free.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.