Did You Know Doctors Recommend You Continue to Take A Prenatal Multivitamin After Your Baby Is Born?
Doctors and healthcare providers recommend that women continue to take a daily prenatal multivitamin while nursing, because nutrient needs remain higher during lactation and breastfeeding.
Requirements for most nutrients such as vitamins and minerals are higher during pregnancy, and remain higher during lactation and breastfeeding, when your nutrient intake directly affects the nutrient content of your breast milk.
Most women are not able to meet these increased nutrient needs through diet alone, however, which is why doctors recommend a daily pregnancy multivitamin.
Scientific studies link prenatal multivitamins to the health of both mom and baby.
Prenatal Oxylent is a full-spectrum prenatal multivitamin formulated to meet the particular nutritional needs of pregnant and nursing women—including iron, vitamin A, higher levels of B vitamins, choline, and a full panel of minerals—all in one delicious drink that replaces the need to swallow pills!
Just add a packet to water, add ice, and enjoy a great-tasting sparkling beverage that tastes so good you wouldn’t even know that you’re drinking your prenatal multivitamin for the day!
Each lot of Prenatal Oxylent is third-party tested for purity and safety, and Prenatal Oxylent contains no sugar, calories, herbs, gluten, dairy, caffeine, additives, or anything artificial. Just the pure nutrients you and your developing baby need.
An additional benefit of Prenatal Oxylent is the superior quality form of iron it contains—Albion® Minerals’ Ferrochel®. Studies show that this form of iron does not cause the constipation or gastrointestinal issues, or have the unpleasant taste, that typical forms of iron contained in women’s vitamins do.
Prenatal Oxylent is doctor-recommended, and The American Pregnancy Association recommends Prenatal Oxylent as their prenatal vitamin of choice.
†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.