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Prenatal+ Gummy Multivitamin plus DHA, Choline and Folate

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An Award Winning Prenatal Gummy Multivitamins
Don't worry, your baby's gonna be brilliant, especially if your prenatal multivitamin contains the nutrients that are clinically shown to support fetal brain development. UpSpring Prenatal+ is an award winning, complete multivitamin that also includes omega-3 DHA and choline, which are clinically shown to support fetal brain development.* This formula also contains folate, instead of synthetic folic acid. 

Why Prenatal+ Gummy Multivitamin plus DHA, Choline and Folate?

  • Clinically shown to support fetal brain development*
  • Delivers 800 mcg of folate (vs synthetic form known as folic acid), which is beneficial for pregnant women with the MTHFR gene mutation*
  • Choline to nourish baby's developing brain*
  • Complete prenatal multi, delivering 100% of the daily value of 11 essential nutrients for mom and baby
  • Ultra-pure marine oil with 285 mg DHA+EPA and no fishy burps!
  • Take 3 delicious mango-peach naturally flavored gummies plus 1 easy-to-swallow omega softgel per day 
  • OBGYN recommended
  • Can be taken, before, during and after pregnancy
  • Gluten-free and dairy-free

How to Take UpSpring Prenatal Gummy and Softgel Vitamin

Each daily dose of UpSpring Prenatal+ consists of 3 yummy gummies plus 1 softgel. Take all at once, or split them up throughout the day. Take with food or even on an empty stomach.

Folate or Folic Acid in Your Prenatal Vitamin? 

Most pregnant women are aware of the need for either folate or folic acid during pregnancy to prevent neural tube defects in babies. Both are shown to be beneficial, so what's the difference? 

Folate is the natural form of the vitamin otherwise known as B9. It is found in dark leafy greens, black-eyed peas, lentils, and other foods. Folic acid is its synthetic counterpart (it was invented in a lab in the 1940s) and is added to fortified grain products. Some studies suggest that folic acid can negatively impact health in the long run.

Smart Science For Smart and Healthy Babies

Choline for Baby's Brain 
Choline is a critical nutrient during pregnancy, since it is required for healthy fetal brain development.* The amount of choline a pregnant mother gets can influence her baby's future learning, cognitive function, and memory.* Research suggests that insufficient choline can have negative, lifelong effects on brain function. The adequate intake (AI) for pregnant women for choline is 480 mg. (Lactating moms need even more; their AI is set at 520 mg. Research shows that babies who breastfeed exclusively for 6 months get 120 mg per day from their mother's milk.) Choline penetrates the blood-brain barrier to nourish baby's rapidly developing brain.* 

Omega-3 Fats For Motor Skills And More 

Numerous studies demonstrate the importance of omega-3 fats during pregnancy. Here's a quick roundup of some of them:

 

Omega-3 fats, especially DHA, are concentrated in the brain. The brain has the greatest need for omega-3 during the fetal growth period and until age two.

 

Women who take supplemental fish oil during pregnancy have higher levels of omega-3 in their breast milk for weeks after delivery. Breastfed infants have higher DHA levels at age 1 compared to formula fed babies; higher DHA levels in infants are associated with better hand-eye coordination.

 

The DHA advantage lasts for up to 7 years. Children whose mothers took fish oil had better hand-eye coordination at age 2. Children who had higher levels of DHA in their cord blood at birth achieved higher motor skill scores at age 7.

 

Women who supplement with fish oil during pregnancy are less likely to have premature or underweight babies. Women with a history of pregnancy complications show the most benefit.

 

FAQs

Yesterday. If that's not possible, it's a good idea to start taking UpSpring Prenatal+ as soon as you learn you're pregnant. In fact, if you are planning to become pregnant in the next few months, it's not too soon to start. 

Iron is a nutrient that's pretty easy to get in food, such as red meat or spinach. It's easy to overdo the iron, since an individual's need for supplemental iron can differ greatly. Rather than assuming a standard amount is safe for everyone, we suggest you work with your health care provider to determine if you need supplemental iron. 

Folate is the natural form of a vitamin otherwise known as B9. Folic acid is its synthetic counterpart (it was invented in a lab in the 1940s) and some studies suggest folic acid can negatively impact health in the long term. Folate, however, is found naturally in foods and is beneficial. It is one of the best-documented ways to prevent neural tube defects during pregnancy.* Women who are pregnant (or planning to become pregnant) should get at least 800 mcg of folate per day from diet and supplementation. 

The challenge in formulating a prenatal multi is that you have to fit a lot in without causing nausea. The pleasant tasting mango-peach gummies contain the multivitamin portion of the formula and don't upset sensitive tummies. The three-gummy serving lets you take them all together, or spread throughout the day - your choice. We paired up the omega-3 and the choline in a small, easy-to-swallow softgel because they work together to enhance the beneficial effects of both. (And because, to be honest, they would have spoiled the taste of the gummies.) 

UpSpring Prenatal+ gives you a great start on your daily choline requirement with 55 mg choline per serving. Choline is another one of those nutrients like iron that is fairly easy to get in food. If you're eating well and choosing choline-rich foods every day (such as eggs, shrimp, cod, salmon, beef, dairy products, certain legumes, and cruciferous veggies) you should have no trouble getting the recommended adequate intake.


* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.