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Vitabiotics Pregnacare Plus Tabs 56s

Vitabiotics Pregnacare Plus Tabs 56s

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Specially developed for mums-to-be, Vitabiotics Pregnacare Plus 56s provides comprehensive nutritional support without the confusion  with 19 nutrients and a special Omega-3 capsule containing 300mg DHA.

  • The original pregnancy multivitamin with an additional Omega-3 capsule
  • Maternal intake contributes to normal foetal brain & eye development**
  • High-purity, high-quality fish oil, certified by Friend of the Sea
  • The UKs No.1 pregnancy supplement brand

Vitabiotics Pregnacare

Specially formulated for mothers-to-be, Pregnacare Plus is able to protect their additional diets without being confused about the intake of supplements.

Vitamin D and Vitamin E in pregnancy

Vitamin D is essential and recommended by a healthcare professional during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Pregnacare tablets

Pregnacare tablets have 19 essential nutrients formulated by keeping in mind for both the mother and child. Pregnacare has been carefully formulated by experts so that all levels of ingredients are healthy and are moderate for pregnancy.

Essential Vitamins and minerals 

Vitamin B12 plus vitamin D and the exact levels of folic acid recommended for the growth of the unborn baby. The folic acid supplement increases the maternal folate status. In the development of neural tube defects in the fetus, having low maternal folate status is a risk factor.

Omega-3 fatty acids in pregnancy

The capsules contain highly pure fish oil, rich in the essential fatty acids of the Omega-3 DHA and EPA. DHA is particularly important during pregnancy because it helps the fetus' normal brain and eye development

DHA for pregnancy

DHA is the primary fatty acid present in the structural walls of the brain cells in the central nervous system. Fantastically, the brain of the fetus consists of 60% fat, of which 40% is DHA. DHA absorption by the fetus is greatly increased, and the cortical level of DHA in the last quarter and the first postnatal months has been correspondingly increased. 1,2 At birth, the weight of the infant, is about 70% of the brain weight of an adult; 15% of brain development takes place during early childhood and pre-school years.

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