Well nutrition mom provides to healthy baby life
Main raw materials/Ingredients:
Chlorella pyrenoidesa, Spinach, Carrot, Kiwi Fruit, Agaricus bisporus, Malt, Soybean, Shiitake, Fig, Oat, Sardine Powder, Brewer’s Yeast, Brown Rice, Oyster Powder, Black Sesame, Kelp, Walnut, Corn, Peanut, Citrus Fruit, Acerola Cherry, Green Soy Bean, Broccoli, Tomato, Dates, Garlic, Sorbitol, Bromelain, Papain.
Product content ：
Vitamin a 1000IU, carotene 1800IU, vitamin E 30IU, vitamin D 200IU, vitamin C 150mg, vitamin B1 3mg, vitamin B2 3.75mg, vitamin B3 22mg, vitamin B6 10mg, vitamin B12 10mcg, pantothenic acid 1000mcg, folic acid 800mcg, biotin 30mcg, calcium 200mg, magnesium 100mg, iron 30mg, copper 1mg, zinc 20mg, chromium 25mcg, manganese 5mg, iodine 150mcg, nmn3mg
Adults, take two (2 ) daily
Store in a cool dry place, refrigerate after opening.
Great and Suitable for:
Those in preparation for pregnancy, pregnant women, and breastfeeding.
To reduce maternal symptoms, and to provide and maintain the nutrients needed during pregnancy and breast feeding. Safe for all pregnant women, no side effects to mom or fetus. Relying on food alone will be difficult to achieve the required level.
Folic Acid：800 mcg of folic acid is needed during pregnancy and breast feeding, twice the amount needed normally. Lack of folic acid will cause anemic, deformity of fetus and the nerve system. Folic Acid is extremely important while preparing for pregnancy and in the first trimester.
Calcium：Pregnant and breast feeding women require an additional 200-400 mg of calcium, not only to maintain the mother’s physical function, but also to support the growth of the fetus’ bone and teeth.
Zinc：zinc supplementation may prevent congenital malformations (cleft lip/palate), affects fetus’ vision, and growth of the sexual organ.
Iron： Pregnant and breast feeding women require an additional 50% of iron，to recover from the blood loss during delivery. Lack of iron will cause iron deficiency, as well as the growth of the fetus.
Vitamin C： Pregnant and breast feeding women require an additional 30% of Vitamin C. It will maintain healthy bone, teeth, and hematopoiesis
Vitamin A： key for good vision, a healthy immune system, and cell growth
Vitamin B１: plays a key role in nerve, muscle, and heart function; essential for your baby’s brain development
Vitamin B6：ease morning sickness
Vitamin D3：increase absorption of Calcium
Vitamin E：prevent miscarriage
Niacin：provide healthy skin.