While pregnancy is one of the most exciting moments of your life, no one said it was easy. The first trimester can be particularly daunting given nauseating bouts of morning sickness, amplified senses and delicate taste buds, unusual cravings, and the necessity of swallowing large prenatal pills. Does this sound like you?
You are not alone.
Roughly 2.34 million expectant moms in the United States each year concomitantly struggle with taking prenatal pills while enduring morning sickness. Many moms-to-be, like you, find that prenatal pills exacerbate their nausea, forcing them to forgo them
altogether. With the challenges of undergoing pregnancy, the last thing you need is a painful reminder of having to ingest a healthy yet devious supplement.
Prenatal pills are full of baby-healthy vitamins and minerals but are often enormous, chalky and inconvenient. Combine these drawbacks with morning sickness and the prospects of consuming pills before, during, and after pregnancy (e.g. breastfeeding) sound terrifying. This, however, need not be the case.
That is why Premama exists.
Premama delivers prenatal nutrients to you and your baby in a comfortable-to-drink form. Its blend of vitamins and minerals supports healthy fetal development.
Each daily serving contains folic acid to help reduce the risk of neural tube defects, “better-absorbed” chelated iron to maintain healthy red blood cell count and to help reduce the risk of anemia, and DHA to support healthy infant eye and brain growth. These are just a few of the many drinkable prenatal multivitamins in Premama.
Expectant moms’ increased tolerability with Premama is a result of the product’s patent-pending serving method and new prenatal vitamin blend. Moms love Premama because of its versatility. They can mix it with their favorite beverage and avoid taking enormous prenatal “horse pills”, burping “fish” smells from DHA gels, and feeling constipated due to poorly absorbed nutrients.
Moms, you deserve to feel as comfortable and stress-fee as possible. Premama’s unique mix of ginger, magnesium, vitamin B6 and chelated iron may help you with some morning sickness relief. And, while Premama is not a replacement for a healthy diet, it does offer critical prenatal vitamins and minerals that will support a normal, healthy, more comfortable pregnancy. So, go ahead and try Premama out for yourself today. It’s about time you drink comfort.
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