Pregnant Women Should Eat for Two - Right? Wrong!
Friday, October 13th 2006
It sounds like good advice but the truth is most of us are already eating for two! The real trick to a healthy pregnancy is providing your body with "nutrients for two" in the right balance. This is important for a baby's healthy development and the expectant mother's wellbeing before, during and after pregnancy.
Radiance Multi for Pregnancy is a good way to help meet your special nutritional needs during this very special time, including a higher intake of calcium, chromium, iron, iodine, selenium, folic acid, vitamin K, vitamin C and the B vitamins.
The synergistic blend of finely balanced nutrients make Radiance Pregnancy Multi one of the most comprehensive prenatal products available and it is especially designed to support mother and baby before, during and after pregnancy.
Reproduced unabridged from the October - December 2006 issue of Health and Herbal News, with the kind permission of Health and Herbs International Ltd.
Footnote from Ideal Health:
The following products are all useful before, during and after pregnancy:
Calcium - Magnesium
Mother and Baby
Hi Strength Evening Primrose Oil
Clean Lean Protein Vanilla
Flax Bloom Oil
Floradix Formula 250ml
Fully Active Folate
Multi for Pregnancy
Whey Protein Vanilla
V-Omega 3 + Vitamin D
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