Premama Prenatal Vitamin Review

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Prenatal health is the number one priority for most moms to be.  Choosing the right prenatal vitamin can be a challenge with all of the different options available.  Sometimes one vitamin does not agree with your body so you have to switch to another.  This has happened with a quite a few of the pills I have tried in the past.  I was very interested to hear about Premama Prenatal Vitamin, a powdered supplement mix.  Recommended by doctors, it is all natural, easy to digest, and flavorless.  Ingredients in Premama have been proven to reduce the risk of some birth defects by 70% or more.  These include Biotin, B vitamins, DHA Omega-3 fatty acid, Coenzyme Q10, Choline, Ginger Root, and Folic Acid.  Many of these ingredients also aid with nausea and digestive relief, too.

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Premama comes in a box of 30 on-the-go servings.  Each sleeve is divided into two equal doses.  This way you can choose to take the entire dose at one time, or break it up into two times a day.  For me, it is hard to remember to take my vitamin even one time a day, let alone twice a day, so I took it all it once.

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It states you can mix Premama with any juice or beverage so the first day I mixed it with water.  I did not care for the texture or taste of the water so the next day I tried it with cranberry grape juice.  This was much better!  The more juice to mix it with, at least 12oz, the better.  Simply add the entire sleeve or one part of the sleeve to the beverage and shake or stir.

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Although the package says it is flavorless, I could still taste a hint of it.  It is not a terrible taste, but it is a distinct taste that you get used to after a few days.  I loved how convenient it was to just throw a couple of the packets in my purse for when I was going to be out of the house.  I also noticed a huge improvement in my nail health.  My nails started to grow very long and strong, which I have never experienced with any other prenatal vitamin.  Premama Prenatal Vitamin is a great option for women who have a hard time swallowing pills, too.

Overall, Premama is a great product.  Check out their website for more information on their prenatal vitamin as well as some great information on pregnancy in general.

www.drinkpremama.com

 

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23 comments

  1. Maria Iemma says:

    I am older than a lot of you ladies and I never was given prenatal vitamins by my doctor – I was lucky to have three healthy babies. It is wonderful that they are available now to maintain your health during pregnancy.

  2. Maybe just maybe I could have kept these down…

  3. Good to know! I’m still BFing and taking a vitamin. Might have to check these out.

  4. Sheilacakes says:

    I wish I had these when I was pregnant. I hated gagging on the giant pill. I would have to hide it in a spoon of applesauce or pudding.

  5. Maryann says:

    I had trouble with my pills

  6. LyndaS says:

    I like that it can be added to a drink. I hate to take humongous pills.

  7. I like that I can drink it instead!

  8. Colleen says:

    Prenatal vitamins are so good for you that you wonder why we don’t always take them.

  9. I’d have to take it all at once too, but I’m a little beyond the “prenatal” way of thinking. ;)

  10. Anything has to be better than taking those big horse pills.

  11. I didnt know about this when I was pregnant.

  12. Sounds perfect for the morning sickness that is made worse with pills.

  13. Prenatal vitamins are so important. I like that you have the option to drink it.

  14. Donna says:

    This would have been nice when I was pregnant… hated the pills.

  15. Carrie says:

    I like that you can break it up into two doses…that might help some of those moms who have trouble with morning sickness!

  16. SO cool that this dissolves into water. I have a friend who can not do pills so this would be perfect for her.

  17. I would have loved using this instead of the horse pills I had to take. They even gave me nightmares if I took them at night.

  18. Marcie W. says:

    I had a horrible time with prenatal vitamins and during my pregnancies there weren’t any gummies or drinks!

  19. Sheri says:

    That would have been a nicer alternative to the pills.

  20. I liked it – it does have a taste for sure – but I liked it!

  21. These look like some amazing vitamins.

  22. Leilani says:

    I’ve heard a lot about these Prenatal Vitamins, but haven’t tried them. I think I already have enough supply to last me the rest of my pregnancy.

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