It’s estimated that one in 33 babies are born with a birth defect and with the right nutrition, many of these birth defects are preventable. Specifically, vitamin B9 has been clinically shown to prevent neural tube defects (NTDs), which are birth defects that affect the spinal cord and brain development. But which version should you take, folic acid or folate? What’s the difference and what are the risks to you or your baby if you don’t get enough? What do the best prenatal vitamins contain?
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Posted by Kristi Godwin on 11/28/2017 to Pre-Natal
Posted by UpSpring on 11/20/2017 to Vitamins & Supplements
Enjoy your delicious holiday feasts without the worry of upset stomach or other digestive problems. Try the newest product from UpSpring. The soothing drops contain B6, soothing honey, ginger and spearmint to help calm an upset stomach.
Your Baby’s Brain Health Might be at Risk Without These 2 Essential Nutrients - Does Your Prenatal Vitamin Measure Up?
Posted by Kristi Godwin on 11/15/2017 to Pre-Natal
Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal and when choosing the best prenatal multivitamin, your baby’s brain and cognition later in life is impacted by these two vital nutrients which are imperative in preventing neural tube defects (NTDs) and promote a smart baby through improved fetal brain development.
Posted by UpSpring on 10/25/2017 to Post Baby Body
With cold and flu season just around the corner, no one wants a sick baby or child, but how do you keep your family healthy during flu season? What are the flu symptoms you should be looking for? Learn great tips to keep your family healthy from UpSpring's resident pediatrician, Dr. Brandi Loomis.
Posted by Kristi Godwin on 9/27/2017 to Vitamins & Supplements
Flu season can be brutal and with flu symptoms like coughing, aching, fever and chills, it can take even the strongest among us down. Keep your kids healthy this flu season and use a natural alternative found to be 3X more effective than the flu vaccine.
Posted by UpSpring - Kristi Godwin on 9/13/2017 to C-Section
When you think of Instagram and motherhood, you may think of a perfectly curated life that’s overflowing with flower crowns and calm, blissful mom and baby moments...Follow these 5 Instagram moms who fill our feed with an ideal mixture of honesty and joy, not to mention their photogenic families!
Posted by UpSpring on 7/15/2017 to Vitamins & Supplements
When baby is about 4-6 months many parents start introducing solid baby food and many times the babies’ first food is a pureed fruit or vegetable.
Posted by UpSpring on 7/14/2017 to Vitamins & Supplements
You've been given a lot of advice as a parent, but one thing you may not have been told was what to do when your baby won’t stop crying. You go through the list of possible issues: they’re fed; their diaper is clean; they’ve slept (in spurts) and now you’re racking your sleep-deprived brain to try and find a solution to get your baby to stop crying. Then it dawns on you, your fussy baby might have colic.