The perfect prenatal vitamin

An expectant mum needs nutrition that can nourish her growing baby within by practicing a well-balance diet consist of plenty of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and lean proteins.

Even then, getting all the nutrients needed from diet alone could be a bit challenging especially when in the early stage a pregnant mum suffer morning sickness or limited choices of food served at the eating places during work or craving for unhealthy food and sometimes it could be not appetite to eat.


Here is where the supplement of vitamins and mineral could be helpful to fill in any nutritional gaps to ensure pregnant mum gets all the crucial nutrients for the development and well being of the baby are.

So, if you are looking for the best prenatal vitamins, here are the option you could go for:

Vita-lea formulated with Iron



Vita-lea contain folate rather than just folic acid. Folic acid is the synthetic version of folate making Vita-lea an excellent source of Folate.

  • Essential for growth and cells division
  • Plays important roles in formation of red blood cells
  • Protect against neural tube defects which could be malformation of spine (spina bifida), skull and brain.
  • Essential for formation of haemoglobin that transport oxygen in red blood cells to the tissue
  • Prevent anemia
  • Lower risk of low birth weigh and preterm low birth weigh babies, immune system impairment making it difficult to fight infections
  • Essential for blood cell development
  • Assist in development of thyroid gland and its hormones that have direct effect on fetus brain development
  • Reduce risk of problem in mental development
  • Vital for tissue development
  • Vital role for DNA replication, cell division and growth
Vitamin A
  • Lower risk of childhood blindness, premature birth, intrauterine retardation of growth for fetus while antepartum hemorrhage for mother
Vitamin B(B1-thaiamin,B2- riboflavin,B6,B12, B3-Niacin)
  • Essential for energy metabolism and foetal cell development, energy production to help support the increased energy demand of pregnancy
Vitamin D
  • Enhance absorption of Calcium for healthy bones development
  • Essential to lower risk of unusual dental development, fetal rickets and neonatal tetany
Vitamin E
  • Chromium
    • Maintain normal healthy blood sugar level




    • Essential mineral bones and teeth development for both mother and fetus
    • Help repair and build mother body’s tissues
    • Research suggested proper level of magnesium can help keep uterus muscles relax to prevent contracting prematurely
    • Help build strong bones and teeth
    • Regulates insulin and blood sugar levels
    • Help enzymes particularly those that produce, transport, store and utilize energy function
    • Helpful in reducing leg cramps

    Magnesium and calcium work in combination: magnesium relaxes muscles while calcium stimulates muscles to contract

    • Lower the risk of mother loss of appetite, fatigue, muscle twitching, poor memory, insomnia, water retention


    ESP – Soy Protein Isolate Powder


     Amino Acids
    • Treat depression and anxiety for a healthy mental during pregnancy
    • Needed for adequate bone and muscle development
    • Necessary for strong and healthy and stable placenta
    Soy Protein
    • Keep pregnant mother feeling fuller longer, lessening the need to eat extra empty calories
    • Repair muscles tissue and also produce red blood cells
    • They transport nutrients and oxygen to and from cells and control blood clotting those in and round the uterus and placenta
    • Making antibodies for fetus immune system
    • Help fetus muscles function properly
    • Stabilize mother’s blood sugar to prevent spikes and dips in her blood sugar level
    • Lower risk of contracting an infection, neonatal deaths and occurrence of birth defects, stretch marks since it comprises the elastic tissue necessary for skin to stretch, mother’s unstabilized blood sugar level lead to develop gestational diabetes

     Vitamin C


    • Necessary to strengthen blood vessel and prevent excessive bleeding
    • Keeping the immune system healthy by stimulates antibodies to fight infection and illness
    • Required in tissue repair and wound healing,
    • Required to convert folic acid into its active form
    • Helps mother and fetus to absorb iron
    • Aids the body in the efficient use of iron since it incease absorption of iron which is imporant in formation of hemoglobin that transport oxygen to the body
    • Important in manufacture of collagen that gives structure to a developing fetus’s cartilage, muscles and bones. Collagen holds cells of the skin, gums and tendons together
    • Lower risk of infection after delivery

    Omega 3


    • DHA fuels cells of the nervous system to keep them functioning at its best, important for the brain growth and eye development
    • Lower the risk to develop preeclampsia, prevent premature and low birth weight baby, lower risk for depression in pregnant mother, poor fetal growth.


    B-Complex with Folic Acid


    Thiamine, also known as vitamin B-1
    • Vital for the brain development of babies
    • Aids in the normal function of the muscles, nervous system and heart
    • Help in converting of glucose, or blood sugar, into fuel, and without it the brain rapidly runs out of energy. This can lead to fatigue, depression, irritability, anxiety, and even thoughts of suicide.
    • Lower risk of fatigue, depression, anxiety and even thoughts of suicide in pregnant mother.
    • Lower risk of development problem in fetus
    Riboflavin, sometimes referred to as vitamin B-2
    • Important for healthy skin, growth and good vision.
    • Vital to the muscle, nerve and bone development of babies
    • Lower risk of depleted and fatigue in pregnant mother
    Niacin, also known as vitamin B-3
    • Helps produce sex-related hormones
    • Lower risk of agitation and anxiety as well as mental and physical slowness
    Pantothenic acid, or vitamin B-5
    • A necessary nutrient in the production of hormones and cholesterol. It is also required to metabolize carbohydrates, fats and proteins
    • Needed for hormone formation and uptake of amino acids
    • Lower risk of chronic stress, fatigue and depression
    Pyridoxine, more commonly known as vitamin B-6
    • Helps the body make several neurotransmitters to work properly in both mother and baby
    • Vital to your baby’s developing brain and nervous system
    • Can help reduce morning sickness
    • Lower risk of metal confusion, anemia, nausea, impaired immunity and skin lesions
    Biotin, or vitamin B-7
    • Used to treat hair loss and brittle nails during pregnancy
    • Lower risk of tiredness, hallucinations, depression and tingling of your extremities.
    Fotate or folic acid, also known as vitamin B-9
    • Needed for DNA synthesis which are important for proper fetal nervous system development
    • Lower risk of giving birth to low-birth weight, premature babies who may have neural birth defects
    Vitamin B-12
    • required for DNA synthesis and proper red blood cell formation, crosses the placenta during pregnancy
    • Lack of B12 could be the cause of sleepless babies that cry more often compare to those who receive ample supply while in the womb
    • Lower risk of oxygen-transport problem , appetite loss, dizzines, shortage of breath



    What makes this prenatal vitamin set different than others is none of the vitamins or nutrients are made from synthetic material or preservatives.   Its high quality product, definitely worth it for the health of not just your unborn child but for you as well.

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