Preconception health can affect fertility and your baby-to-be. Nutritional health should be addressed long before a woman is thinking about getting pregnant, as much as five years prior to the conception.
Even before pregnancy is confirmed, your body moves into high gear to provide the baby with the nutrients it needs to grow. From day 1, pregnancy can place burdens on your body and emotions. And as the baby grows, so does your need to replenish your food stores. A healthy pregnancy includes regular prenatal care, which should include managing the nutritional needs of you and your baby.
Following birth, it’s normal to have good days and bad days. You may be experiencing a lot of stress with your newborn or even have challenging mood shifts. Plus you may be breastfeeding which requires extra nutrients to keep your baby healthy. This can be a particularly difficult time, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. And make sure you meet your nutritional needs with wholesome food and whole food supplements.
Folic Acid B12 — recommended preconception, throughout pregnancy, and during lactation; aids in proper neural tube formation, reducing the risk of birth defects, and supports proper nervous system development as a baby grows.
Healthy Red Blood Cells & Oxygenation
Ferrofood — Provides iron which helps deliver oxygen to red blood cells. Contains vitamin C to help with iron absorption.
Calcifood — Contains the nutritional components to help your body build strong, healthy bones.
Cataplex D — Increases overall intake of Vitamin D and helps maintain a healthy blood calcium level.
Digestive & Immune System Health
Prebiotic Insulin — Promotes a healthy balance of intestinal microorganisms. It supports a healthy immune system , as well as increases overall fiber in the diet. This can help women who need extra digestive support during or after their menstrual cycle.
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