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Total Prenatal + DHA: 180 Capsules

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I’d like to think that I’m a professional amateur mom. I know how to handle a crying baby, most of the time. I only have to repeat myself once for my kids or husband to hear me. Oh, and I almost never forget to take my vitamins! Being a mom I had to come up with a way for me to make sure I can bring my prenatal with me. Whether I’m in the office or on the go with the kids, it is important for me to have products that can go anywhere!

Taking pills isn’t always fun and having something that is easy to swallow is important. When you’re pregnant or pregnant AND nauseous, the last thing you want is a big pill that’s hard to get down. Probiotics aid in digestion and help reduce heartburn, the less glamorous parts of pregnancy. Being able to remember to take supplements can be tricky, especially with pregnancy brain! Plus I know how important it is to up digestive health during this season of life. There were so many mornings where I’d grab a yogurt, leave it in my front seat, and it would end up being spoiled by lunchtime. That’s why when it came to our Prenatal Probiotic I wanted something that didn’t need to be refrigerated and could be brought with you no matter where you’re going. The ease and size of the Prenatal Probiotic made it something I wanted to take. My hope is that all of the other professional amateur mom’s out there can skip the yogurt too, and still receive the same probiotic benefits.

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