Blackmores Pregnancy Breast Feeding Gold Capsules 180

Blackmores Pregnancy Breast Feeding Gold Capsules 180
Formulated with essential nutrients for mother and baby including omega-3 DHA to support baby's brain, eyesight and nervous system development.
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Blackmores Pregnancy & Breast-Feeding Gold provides an ideal daily dose of 20 important nutrients for mother and baby including folic acid, iodine, DHA and vitamin D3. With a low-constipation iron. All nutrients are important during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The following provides additional information on some special nutrients important during pregnancy and breastfeeding, that are in Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Gold.

According to guidelines in Australia*this product contains 500 ?g of folic acid, as it is recommended that women of childbearing age take 400-500 ?g of folic acid per day for at least one month before pregnancy and for the first 3 months of pregnancy.

*Guidelines for preventive activities in general practice, 8th edn. East Melbourne: Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, 2012.

Requirement for iodine is increased during the whole pregnancy, especially the first 20 weeks.

Australian women are typically not receiving enough iodine. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) recommends that pregnant and breast-feeding women take an iodine supplement containing 150 ?g*daily.


*NHMRC Public Statement: Iodine supplementation for pregnant and breastfeeding women. NHMRC, 2010

Approximately one quarter of pregnant women report getting constipated when taking high doses of supplemental iron. That is why Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Gold contains a low-constipation, low-nausea, gentle on the tummy form of iron.

During pregnancy there can be an increased sensitivity to tastes, especially in the first trimester. Odourless fish oil means pregnant women can get the benefits of omega-3s without the fishy aftertaste.

Vitamin D supports the development of healthy bones and teeth. A review of nutrient intakes in pregnant Australian women suggested that dietary intakes were below recommended levels for vitamin D, while surveys of Australian neonates have shown approximately 40-57% of neonates have insufficient vitamin D levels.

B vitamins support vellular energy production, with vitamins B1, B2, B3, and B5 all involved in cellular energy production. Vitamins B2 and B12 help th body use folic acid.

Zinc, vitamins C & D and beta-carotene for immune health support.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. Supplements may only be of assistance if dietary intake is inadequate. This medicine may not be right for you. Read the warnings before purchase.
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