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Prenatal SCD Daily Vegan Multi by Freeda

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The perfect vitamin for those who are expecting! Formulated with an excellent balance of vitamins and minerals for the mother-to-be, Prenatal 1-A-Day is the ideal choice for the future vegan mother. 3 month supply 100-tablet bottle is $19.99. Tablets are uncoated. Kosher & Gluten Free.

NOTE: Due to the needs of expectant mothers, it is recommended that additional calcium supplementation should also be taken.

Vitamin A (as Vitamin A Palmitate)………………….......……3500 iu (44% RDA)
Vitamin C (as Calcium Ascorbate)……………......……………100 mg (167% RDA)
Vitamin D (as Ergocalciferol)……………………........…………600 iu (150% RDA)
Vitamin E (as d-Alpha Tocopherol Acid Succinate)………......30 iu (100% RDA)
Thiamin (Vitamin B1 as Thiamin Hydrochloride)….......………3 mg (176% RDA)
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)…………………………….........……….3 mg (150% RDA)
Niacin (as Niacinamide)…………………….......……………….30 mg (150% RDA)
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)………......…………4 mg (160% RDA)
Folic Acid………………………………………..........………… 800 mcg (100% RDA)
Vitamin B12 (as Cyanocobalamin)………….....……………….12 mcg (150% RDA)
Biotin………………………………………....……………….......300 mcg (100% RDA)
Pantothenic Acid (as d-Calcium Pantothenate)……....……....15 mg (150% RDA)
Calcium (as Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Ascorbate)…...200 mg (15% RDA)

Magnesium (citrate and oxide).................................................100mg(22% RDA)
Iron (as Ferrous Fumarate)…………….....……………………...27 mg (150% RDA)
Zinc (as Zinc Citrate)…………………………......………………15 mg (100% RDA)
Copper (as Cupric Gluconate)………….......…………………...1 mg (50% RDA)
Manganese (as Manganese Gluconate)............2m mg (100% RDA)



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From of Berkeley, California on .

I was excited about a vegan multivitamin that didn't include additions about which there's little research (e.g. red raspberry leaf), but I was disappointed to realize that this vitamin doesn't contain iodine! If you're vegan, then unless you eat seaweed regularly or cook with decent amounts of iodized salt, you probably want to make sure you're getting iodine from your prenatal. I've since switched vitamins.

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From of Vergennes, Vermont on .

I tried some other vegan multi-vitamins with my first pregnancy but all made me extremely nauseous - they were simply too strong. This one has worked so well. With two little ones born 16 months apart and the need to continue a supplement while nursing, I've been taking this for quite a while now. Only wish is that it had just a bit more calcium.

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From of Newton, Massachusetts on .

Also, don't forget to add a good DHA supplement like DEVA Omega-3 DHA along with your multivite!

Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Positive Rating Negative Rating a decent vegan multivitamin
From of Newton, Massachusetts on .

This is not a bad vegan prenatal multivite in my opinion. It does not have more than the recommended amount of vitamin A; the rest I can pick up through my diet without risking taking too much, which in high doses over 10,000IU has been linked to birth defects. I still haven't found any definitive recommendation for over 200IU of vitamin D in pregnant women. This supplement would require that you make sure you get adequate calcium through your diet, which fortunately isn't that hard. And I've seen recommendations for folic acid in pregnant women to be closer to 1000mcg. Overall this seems to be a decent well-balanced vitamin. I wouldn't take mine or a product's word for it though. ALWAYS DISCUSS IT WITH YOUR DOCTOR and do your own research. :)

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From of Paradise, California on .

Even after lots of "morning sickness", my midwife was raving about my hemoglobin levels, I know that is due to these vitamins! I appreciate knowing that these are animal product free and kosher certified. thanks!

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