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Whether you are thinking about having a baby or you have decided to try for a baby, it’s good to try and get off to the best start by ensuring you have a healthy diet and lifestyle. We have scientifically formulated this supplement using complementary vitamins and plant-based botanicals.

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  • Quantity: 60 tablets / Take 1 tablet per day
  • 400 mcg of folate (Natural Source of Folic Acid and equivalent to 400mcg  Folic Acid )
  • For women who are preparing or trying for a baby
  • Carefully formulated to help support a healthy conception
  • Produce in the UK
  • Powered by science and plant botanicals
  • GMO Free
  • Omega 3 Fatty acids, Zinc, Iron, Maca root and Female ginseng
  • Prenatal care vitamins are supplements made for pregnant women to give their bodies the vitamins and minerals needed to help support a healthy pregnancy. The best time to start taking prenatal vitamins is before conception

  • DIRECTIONS OF USE:

    60 Tablets - 1 Per Day. Take 1 tablet per day with food. Do not exceed the stated recommended amount. Never take to 2 doses to make up for a forgotten one.


    WARNINGS: 

    Contra-Indications & Cautions:

    -Agnus castus extract - Do not take with hormone treatment medications

    -Maca root extract - Avoid with thyroid issues and hormone treatments

    -Red Clover Extract - do not take with blood-thinning medications

    -Motherwort - Do not take if the menstrual bleed is heavy

    -Shatavari Root (Asparagus Root) - Do not use with condition hyperprolactinemia

    -Dandelion Root - Do not take with Lithium or potassium increasing medication

    -Dong Quai - Do not take with blood-thinning medications

    Long-term use is inadvisable; please seek expert advice if taking other supplements containing Vitamin A and E as these should be avoided as well as foods high in those vitamins. This product is formulated and regulated to GMP standard. If you do have a medical condition or taking medication, pregnant or breastfeeding always seek advice from a qualified health care professional before taking any supplement. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

  • Ingredients: Natural Vitamin E (Fermented Soya) (200mg)/ Vitamin C (90mg)/ Nicotinamide B3 (20mg)/ Zinc (15mg)/ Iron (14mg)/ Thiamin B1 (8mg)/ Calcium/ Pantothenic B5 (6mg)/ Riboflavin B2 (5mg)/ Beta-carotene (3mg)/ Calcium Methylfolate (Folate is the natural version of folic acid) (400ug)/ Biotin B7 (150ug)/ Vitamin B12 (20ug)/ Omega 3 (EPA 8mg/DHA 2mg)/ Inositol B8 (50mg)/ Dong Quai (50mg)/ Raspberry leaf Extract (50mg)/ Dandelion Extract (50mg)/ Ashwagandha Root Extract (50mg)/ Asparagus Root Extract (shatavari) (50mg)/ Agnus Castus Extract (50mg)/ Red Clover Extract (50mg)/ Maca Root Extract (50mg)

    Free From: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Corn, Celery, Celeriac Derivatives, Nuts, Egg, Mustard

    Contains: Soya, Milk, Fish

DIRECTIONS OF USE:

60 Tablets - 1 Per Day. Take 1 tablet per day with food. Do not exceed the stated recommended amount. Never take to 2 doses to make up for a forgotten one.


WARNINGS: 

Contra-Indications & Cautions:

-Agnus castus extract - Do not take with hormone treatment medications

-Maca root extract - Avoid with thyroid issues and hormone treatments

-Red Clover Extract - do not take with blood-thinning medications

-Motherwort - Do not take if the menstrual bleed is heavy

-Shatavari Root (Asparagus Root) - Do not use with condition hyperprolactinemia

-Dandelion Root - Do not take with Lithium or potassium increasing medication

-Dong Quai - Do not take with blood-thinning medications

Long-term use is inadvisable; please seek expert advice if taking other supplements containing Vitamin A and E as these should be avoided as well as foods high in those vitamins. This product is formulated and regulated to GMP standard. If you do have a medical condition or taking medication, pregnant or breastfeeding always seek advice from a qualified health care professional before taking any supplement. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

Ingredients: Natural Vitamin E (Fermented Soya) (200mg)/ Vitamin C (90mg)/ Nicotinamide B3 (20mg)/ Zinc (15mg)/ Iron (14mg)/ Thiamin B1 (8mg)/ Calcium/ Pantothenic B5 (6mg)/ Riboflavin B2 (5mg)/ Beta-carotene (3mg)/ Calcium Methylfolate (Folate is the natural version of folic acid) (400ug)/ Biotin B7 (150ug)/ Vitamin B12 (20ug)/ Omega 3 (EPA 8mg/DHA 2mg)/ Inositol B8 (50mg)/ Dong Quai (50mg)/ Raspberry leaf Extract (50mg)/ Dandelion Extract (50mg)/ Ashwagandha Root Extract (50mg)/ Asparagus Root Extract (shatavari) (50mg)/ Agnus Castus Extract (50mg)/ Red Clover Extract (50mg)/ Maca Root Extract (50mg)

Free From: GMO, Gluten, Wheat, Corn, Celery, Celeriac Derivatives, Nuts, Egg, Mustard

Contains: Soya, Milk, Fish


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Why take a fertility vitamin?

We all know that vitamins are essential nutrients for the body; however, a lot of people still don’t consume a healthy, nutritious, well-balanced diet that can provide them with vitamins and minerals. Vitamins and minerals help in the growth, repair, and protection of the entire physical and physiological functioning of our body.

Not all couples trying for a baby will fall pregnant straight away. For some couples it can take up to two years to get pregnant and it is estimated that approximately one in seven couples have difficulty conceiving. Whilst this can be due to underlying problems a nutritional and physical health plays a significant role in female fertility. Many people are unaware that a bad diet can contribute to hormone imbalances. When trying for a baby, it is therefore important to eat a healthy, well-balanced diet that has plenty of good quality protein, fruit and vegetables and is low in saturated fats and high in fibre for women trying to conceive. Even if you are consuming a healthy, nutritional, well-balanced diet, you still may want to take vitamins or fertility supplements to fill in any nutritional gaps in your diet.

Our Fertility vitamin contains folate the natural form of Foilc Acid (Calcium Methylfolate) 400ug - Which is a necessity if trying to conceive.

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A littlle bit more about our vitamins

Natural Vitamin E (Fermented Soya) (200mg): The benefits of vitamin E supplementation include improved epithelial growth in the blood vessels and the endometrium, so boosts general female reproductive health

Vitamin C (90mg): Vitamin C, which is present in high concentrations in the cytosol of the oocyte, is essential, as it participates in collagen synthesis, which is significant for the growth of the Graafian follicle, ovulation, and the luteal phase

Nicotinamide B3 (20mg): It has been shown that lack of Vitamin B3 disrupts the development of an embryo and fetus, which can lead to severe birth defects and miscarriage. // B3 is required for the production of hormones including the sex hormones, thyroid hormone

Zinc (15mg): Zinc deficiency can negatively affect the early stages of egg development, reducing the ability of the egg cells to divide and be fertilized

Iron (14mg):Women who consumed iron supplements had a significantly lower risk of ovulatory infertility / Consumption of iron supplements and nonheme iron from other sources may decrease the risk of  ovulatory infertility

Thiamin B1 (8mg): Vitamin B1 helps the cells in the body convert food into energy

Calcium Pantothenic B5 (6mg): It's critical for the manufacture of sex hormones in the adrenal glands

Riboflavin B2 (5mg): Boosts the Immune System

Beta-carotene (3mg): Female fertility is through enhancing ovarian function and the synthesis of progesterone / This is an important component of fertility, as progesterone is essential for ovulation, healthy oocytes, maintaining the uterine, and creating a nourishing and healthy environment for the embryo

Calcium Methylfolate (Folate is the natural version of folic acid) (400ug): Supplementation with folic acid, or multivitamins containing folic acid, has been associated to better embryo quality, improved chances of pregnancy and reduced risk of ovulatory infertility

Biotin B7 (150ug): Studies show that a biotin deficiency — which is fairly common among women who are pregnant  — can lead to health issues in developing babies

Vitamin B12 (20ug): Some studies have linked low levels of vitamin B12 with female infertility

Omega 3 (EPA 8mg/DHA 2mg): Omega-3 fatty acids not only prolong the reproductive lifespan but also result in a remarkable improvement in egg quality

Inositol B8 (50mg): A lack of Inositol production in the body can disrupt ovarian cycles in women and impede fertility, which is why Myo-Inositol is encouraged in order to boost fertility

Dong Quai (50mg): Uterine tonic, regulates periods, clears stagnation of blood

Raspberry leaf Extract (50mg): Uterine tonic, regulates periods, phytoprogesterone qualities

Dandelion Extract (50mg): Liver cleansing herb which as a major organ of detoxification can dispose of a build up of old female hormones

Ashwagandha Root Extract (50mg): Balances the reproductive organs, strengthens the ovaries and uterus

Asparagus Root Extract (shatavari) (50mg): Tonic effect on reproductive system, helps regulation of oestrogen levels

Agnus Castus Extract (50mg): Regulates periods, increases ratio of progesterone to oestrogen by balancing excess oestrogen. Keeps prolactin secretion in check as excess prolactin can prevent ovulation

Red Clover Extract (50mg): Clover helps to thicken the uterine lining, which leads to better implantation and increases your fertility

Maca Root Extract (50mg): Oestrogen balancer, adaptogenic properties, increases libido

Self-Care Advice

Your journey to conception may take some time so it’s important to practice self-care while trying to get pregnant to maintain a healthy mind and body. Here are a few tips to consider while trying to conceive and practices that you can also take into motherhood.

  • Nourish your body: Prioritising a healthy diet and making sure you are taking in key nutrients your body needs. Reducing alcohol and caffeine intake is a good step to increase health, however allowing yourself a treat every now and again is also important in self-care. Being mindful of what you are eating and drinking is the best advice to follow 
  • Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can affect hormone levels therefore affecting fertility. By keeping a regular sleep schedule and avoiding screens a few hours before bed encourages healthy sleep
  • Keep up with exercise: Finding a balance between no and extreme exercise is key as either could negatively affect hormone levels. Once finding that sweet spot, exercise can help manage stress, promote weight loss and balances out hormone levels all impacting factors when trying to conceive
  • Take care of your relationship: This can be a stressful and challenging period not only for you as an individual but as a couple. Use this opportunity to strengthen your bond and try not to let external factors effect that

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