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Gummy Prenatal Vitamins (90 Count)
Gummy Prenatal Vitamins (90 Count)
Gummy Prenatal Vitamins (90 Count)

Gummy Prenatal Vitamins (90 Count)

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Note: This product can only be shipped to US addresses. 

A Complete Gummy Prenatal Vitamin UpSpring Prenatal+ is a complete multivitamin that also includes the natural form of vitamin B9, folate, instead of synthetic folic acid. Each serving delivers 100% of the daily value of 11 essential nutrients for mom and baby in three great tasting mango-peach gummies. Best of all, our no nausea formula is easy on the stomach, so no tummy upsets! Why UpSpring Prenatal+ Multivitamin?
  • Delivers 100% daily value of 11 essential nutrients plus 918 mcg natural folate
  • Nausea-free formula
  • Great tasting mango peach flavored gummy that is low in sugar
  • OBGYN recommended
  • Can be taken, before, during and after pregnancy
  • All natural, gluten free, and non-GMO
  • Made in USA

You’ll Love What’s On Our Label
If you’re the kind of mom who reads labels, you’ll be thrilled by what you find (and don’t find) on ours. We use only the highest quality natural ingredients, with no artificial anything, ever, to give you the cleanest prenatal multivitamin possible.  

How To Use UpSpring Prenatal+ Gummy Vitamin
Each daily dose of UpSpring Prenatal+ consists of three yummy gummies. Take all at once, or split them up throughout the day. Take with food or even on an empty stomach.

Smart Science For Smart and Healthy Babies

Folate or Folic Acid?  Which is better? 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.  At UpSpring, “no artificial anything” is our mantra, and that includes folic acid. We use only the natural form of B9, folate. Women who are pregnant (or planning to become pregnant) should aim to get at least 800 mcg of folate per day from diet and supplementation.

Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing, Baby
Now more than ever, you need the absolute best nutrition possible. That’s why we use only the highest quality nutrients, like natural folate (instead of synthetic folic acid). You get 100% of the daily value of 11 essential nutrients. Plus, we deliver them in an easy-to-chew naturally sweetened gummy. 

No Artificial Anything. Ever.

At the risk of repeating ourselves we’d like to point out that, unlike many chewable prenatal vitamins, we don’t use folic acid (the synthetic form of B9). Instead we use folate, the natural form. You won’t find unnatural sweeteners, either, such as high fructose corn syrup. UpSpring Prenatal + is also gluten free and contains no GMOs. 

When should I start taking UpSpring Prenatal+ Multivitamin?
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. 

Why isn’t iron included in UpSpring Prenatal+ multivitamin?

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. For moms looking for a prenatal vitamin with iron, we offer the Prenatal+ Tablet (with iron). What’s the difference between folate and folic acid?
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. 

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* 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.

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