Women who are vegetarians are often
challenged in finding a proper prenatal vitamin containing vitamins
with vegan sources. DEVA Nutrition has taken the best and most
natural vegan-based vitamins and combined them into a vitamin
precisely tailored to the pregnant woman. DEVA Vegan Prenatal
Multivitamin with Minerals provides the total-package in prenatal
supplementation for any expecting mother, not just those on vegan
diets. It contains the right combination of vitamins, minerals and
other nutrients without providing any of them in harmful amounts.
Taking one per day throughout the pregnancy and during lactation
may make the difference between a healthy pregnancy and a pregnancy
struggling to get the right nutrients. DEVA Vegan Prenatal
Multivitamin is 100% animal free, and guaranteed for purity,
freshness and labeled potency. This and all DEVA Products are 100%
vegan, vegetarian and are certified by the Vegan Society. Just take
one tablet daily, preferably with meals, to help nourish your body
with the necessary vitamins and minerals that are so crucial during
pregnancy.* 90 tablets per bottle. $13.99.
Note - Because Calcium takes up a great deal of space in any
multivitamin, there is no prenatal vitamin that provides the amount
of Calcium a pregnant woman needs for proper fetal bone
development. For that reason, separate Calcium supplementation is
always recommended during pregnancy, especially if the daily
dietary intake is lacking
Serving size - 1 tablet
Vitamin A (beta carotene) - 3750iu / 75% DV
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 120mg / 200% DV
Vitamin D2 - 400iu / 100% DV
Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol acetate) - 60iu / 200% DV
Vitamin K - 20mcg / 25% DV
Vitamin B1 (thiamin mononitrate) - 12.5mg / 833% DV
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 12.5mg / 735% DV
Vitamin B3 (niacinimide, niacin) - 45mg / 225% DV
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCL) - 12.5mg / 625% DV
Folic Acid - 800mcg / 200% v
Vitamin B12 - 100mcg / 1666% DV
Biotin - 150mcg / 50% DV
Vitamin B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate) - 25mg / 250% DV
Calcium (di-calcium phosphate) - 100mg / 10% DV
Iron (amino acid chelate) - 21mg / 117% DV
Phosphorus (di-calcium phosphate) - 75mg / 7.5% DV
Iodine (kelp) - 150mcg / 100% DV
Magnesium (magnesium oxide) - 20mg / 5% DV
Zinc (oxide) - 15mg/100% DV
Selenium - 70mcg/100% DV
Copper (gluconate) - 2mg / 100% DV
Manganese (sulfate) - 2mg / 100% DV
Chromium - 120mcg / 100% DV
Molybdenum - 75mcg / 100% DV
Boron (citrate) - 1mg*
Choline - 50mg*
Inositol - 10mg*
Lutein - 50mcg*
PABA - 10mg*
Citrus Bioflavinoids -10mg*
Pectin - 10mg*
Citrus Bioflavinoids - 10mg*
Betaine HcL - 10mg/*
Alfalfa Leaf (medicago sativa) - 5mg*
Chamomile (leaf) matricaria recutita - 5mg*
Rose Hips - 5mg*
Acerola extract malphighia giabra - 500mcg*
* = daily value not established
Other ingredients: Cellulose, vegetable stearic
acid, croscarmellose sodium, vegetable stearate and silicon
*Information and statements regarding dietary supplements on our
website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration
and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any
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From anon. of Frostburg, Maryland on .
These got me through my pregnancy with ease. Very good on the stomach.
Yuck! these make me gag
From Anonymous of Toronto, Ontario on .
I have to plug my nose to take these !
stinky and hard to swallow.
I wish it had a coating and wasn't a freakin horse pill
I'm almost done with these thank god!
great multi, but I'm sure there are way better ones out there that won't make me gag!
stinky and hard to swallow
From diva of calgary, Alberta on .
Don't enjoy taking it at all and I can't wait to be done.
From monica hemenway of Mt. Clemens, Michigan on .
When my morning sickness was bad, the smell and taste of these pills was too much.
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Too much Vitamin D?
From preggers of Newton, Massachusetts on .
The daily recommended value for vitamin D for women 19-50 is 200IU. I am worried about the risks of vitamin D toxicity to my baby. Unfortunately, comparable supplements I've seen seem to have more than the recommended about of vitamin A, which is linked to birth defects in amounts over 10,000IU/day. This prenatal multivite doesn't have as much vitamin A which I like, although it's low in calcium so you'd have to get it through your diet. I'm also not sure why I'd need 1666% of vitamin B12. A good multivite is hard to come by.
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