Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Premama Prenatal vitamin

Every mama knows how important it is to take a prenatal vitamin while pregnant. As a mama of two I know how hard it is to try and get that huge pill down while suffering from morning sickness. Or may be you just cant handle swallowing a pill. Premama has come up with a flavorless prenatal vitamin mix that you can mix with water. It comes in a great on the go pouch  Premama has all the vitamins of your standard prenatal vitamin. Vitamin D3, Biotin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B2 and B6, Proprietary Iron Blend, Calcium Magnesium, choline, Coenzyme, DHA and ginger root powder to help settle that up set tummy.
The price is about $25 for 30 on the go servings. You can find it hear

I am not currently pregnant but I am always willing to try out a product. I substituted my daily multi-
vitamin for the Premama prenatal vitamin to see if it was really flavorless. Directions on the box said for a full serving to open the top and middle of package. Carefully pour into minimum 12oz of liquid. Shake or stir. For optimal flavor consume within 5 minutes of mixing. It also said each daily serving could be consumed in two equally divided doses. I know when I was pregnant with the girls and my tummy was already up set there was no way I would have been able to get down 12oz of liquid in 5 minutes. So I opted to take my daily serving in two doses. While its not completely tasteless when its put in water its not bad and didn't really bother me. It has a very slight ginger taste to it. I also tried it in Orange Juice, apple juice, and grape juice I did not notice a taste when it was mixed with a liquid that had a flavor. Be sure to shake or mix very good and may be give it a little shake in between drinks if you have let it sit for a few minutes.  Other than that I think its a great product for the mom fighting morning sickness or the mom who cant stand to take a huge pill.

Disclaimer: I received a box of Premama prenatal vitamin at no charge to try for this review. all opinions are my own use responsibly and talk with your Dr before starting any new medications.

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