Prenatal Plus

by Vitabase
 
Prenatal Plus

Reviewed: 08/06/2010 by Michael Chadwick

Category: Prenatal Nutrition

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PreNatal Plus by Vitabase is a comprehensive vitamin and mineral supplement designed to give expecting mothers all of the nutrients they need for themselves and their child. Each serving provides over the daily required amount for 21 vitamins, herbs and minerals in the formulation, including Selenium, Iron, Manganese and Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B1, B6 and B12. Chief among the ingredients is Folic Acid, which has been shown in studies to reduce the risk of many serious defects that can occur to newborns. This blend is so thorough that those who aren’t expecting children and just want to have or maintain a healthy life would be wise to give this a look. Included in the formulation is ginger to help those mothers who experience morning sickness and DHA to stimulate healthy nervous system development. This supplement is free of sugar, wheat, corn and artificial colors or flavors.

Take four tablets daily with meals.

There are no listed side effects.

Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin B1, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Vitamin B5, Calcium, Iron, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Potassium, Inositol, Selenium, Choline, Paba, DHA Powder, Ginger Root, Chamomile Flower extract.

 Pricing Information

PriceBuyConcentrationContainerVolumeMerchant
16.95 BUY N/A 120 capsules 1 tube Vitabase
50.85 BUY N/A 100 tablets 3 bottles Vitabase

User Reviews

Seda wrote:
Posted: 07/16/2015
35/100
i have a giant breed pup, newfoundland and i was told by a colupe of his vets that he should take glucosamine chondroitin for his joints. he also takes nuvet plus for his skin and coat.other than those issues the food should provide all that he needs.the glucosamine chondroitin goes by the dogs weight so its best to ask the vet about the dose. my boy takes 3 a day.
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Posted: 07/18/2015
35/100
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Posted: 07/18/2015
5/100
Quality dog foods already caointn a well formulated vitamin and mineral mix, adding to this can be more harmful than helpful. If you feel your dog is malnourished talk to your vet about it.
Total comments: 3 - Average Score: 25.0 / 100