Prenatal Drink Mix + DHARegular price $24.99
This drinkable prenatal vitamin powder mix is great if swallowing pills isn't your favorite, or if you're looking to change up your supplement regimen.
About Prenatal Drink Mix + DHA
All the good stuff that comes in our flavorless Premama Prenatal Drink Mix, with the added benefit of vegetarian DHA and a natural citrus flavor. It’s gluten-free, non-GMO, and vegetarian...View More
Use before and during pregnancy.
Mix one packet per day with at least 12 ounces of water (or your favorite smoothie).
Enjoy with, or between meals...View More
Your unique parenthood journey needs and goals are addressed with a curated selection of our ever-growing list of natural active ingredients...View More
|DHA Algae Based||Folate|
*Do not use this product if safety seal on flap is torn or missing.View Less
- Contains 200mg of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids, including 20mg of vegetarian DHA and ALA to support brain and eye development.
- Folate to help support prenatal health
- Includes Choline as an essential ingredient to help reduce the risk of neural tube defects.
- With 30 mg of vitamin B6, you’ll feel more alert. And if you’re dealing with morning sickness, it's clinically proven to relieve nausea.
- Formulated with gentle Ferrochel® chelated iron to help minimize iron-induced constipation.
Frequently asked questions
Yes, you may take either the Prenatal Drink Mix + DHA or the Prenatal Vitamin Duo-capsules, daily. Depending on the format you prefer (drink mix or pills). You can absolutely switch off taking the drink mix one day, and the pills the following day, if you like to switch up your regimen! You do not need to take the Prenatal Vitamin Duo-capsules and the Prenatal Drink Mix + DHA together.
Apart from being a protective against certain birth defects, Folate is required for synthesizing and repairing DNA, proper cell division, and healthy production of red blood cells (to prevent anemia and related conditions). Folate naturally metabolizes in the small intestine, and requires less effort and burden on the body than folic acid, which is the synthetic form that is not absorbed by all women (for those carrying the MTFHR gene).
Yes, we do. The amount of blood in a woman's body increases during pregnancy until they have almost 50 percent more blood than usual. Pregnant women need extra iron to make more hemoglobin. Iron is especially important in the third trimester when baby starts drawing more from mom. The added bonus of Iron helps to prevent anemia. We use gentle Ferrochel Iron because it can easily absorb in a woman's body, alleviating constipation and nausea.
Getting enough Omega-3's and DHA during pregnancy can improve behavior, attention, focus, and learning in children. Other benefits of adequate DHA during pregnancy include: reduced risk of allergies in infants and a positive influence on immune development. Lower brain DHA levels are associated with cognitive deficits and increased behavioral indicators of anxiety, aggression, and depression in children.
Yes, so long as your doctor approves. We recommend taking a prenatal vitamin for at least three months before trying to conceive.