Mayor laboratories (the originators of spray and swallow technology) have come up with a revolutionary way of taking your vitamins.
Some prenatal vitamins can cause queasiness in an already unsettled pregnant woman. If you’re having difficulty with your prenatal vitamins, talk to your GP. He or she may be able to recommend a different kind of prenatal vitamin. The one produced by Mayor Labs “VitaMist Prenatal spray vitamin”, a spray and swallow product, uses a patented proprietary technology to deliver the purest natural nutrition to your body in a rapidly, easily and conveniently. VitaMist believe so much in their technology and its product they give a 30 day money back guarantee.
Everyone knows that prenatal vitamins are recommended for pregnant women. The reason that pregnant women are recommended to take prenatal vitamins is that many people have a hard time getting in the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of all the nutrients every day. It is also recommended that women who are trying to conceive or are breastfeeding take prenatal vitamins to supplement their diet.
Why Do Prenatal Vitamins Upset Your Stomach?
Prenatal Vitamins contain fairly large amounts of iron and folic acid, both of which may be difficult on your stomach.
During pregnancy, your body’s blood volume increases by about one third. Your body needs the extra iron in the blood production. This supplementation helps to keep up your energy.
The extra folic acid is included in the prenatal vitamin to protect your unborn baby. Folic acid has shown to reduce the risk of birth defects of the brain and spinal cord.
Additional problems with Prenatal Vitamins:
- It is hard to swallow the prenatal vitamin. (VitaMist Prenatal spray vitamin goes down smoothly. It’s as simple as just spraying and swallowing your great tasting vitamins.)
- Your “burp” nasty tastes after taking your prenatal vitamin. (VitaMist Prenatal spray vitamin will not cause the nasty burps that come from taking your prenatal vitamin in the form of a pill; again, it’s as simple as just spraying and swallowing your great tasting vitamins.)
With VitaMist Prenatal spray vitamin, you can rest assure that your baby is getting the nutrition it needs through the patented proprietary technology.
Do I need to be concerned about other nutrients?
Standard prenatal vitamins don’t include omega-3 fatty acids, which help promote a baby’s brain development. If you’re unable or choose not to eat fish or other foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, your health care provider may recommend omega-3 fatty acid supplements in addition to prenatal vitamins.
Vitamin D is important as well – especially during the third trimester, when calcium demands increase. Most prenatal vitamins don’t contain optimal amounts of vitamin D.