Each phase of life is so different, and that’s why we wanted to come up with a postnatal vitamin for after you’ve had your baby. It’s so important to take a prenatal while you are pregnant and even while you’re lactating or trying to conceive. Our pre and postnatal products were designed for those needs during whatever season you may be in.

Every week you and your baby change so quickly and drastically, too. Your body will need more vitamins and minerals as you’re growing a baby. Then after you’ve had your baby it’s important that your body gets all of those good things as well, just in a different way than before.

Being a new mom is a lot of hard work. Tracking diaper changes, feedings, sleep, and more – we often put our own needs on the back-burner, including our nutritional ones. So when it comes to finding just the right supplement for this special time, we’ve got you covered. Now you can focus on the other important things, you and your new baby! Postnatal care is just as important as prenatal care, eating right and getting enough rest are just a few ways to care for yourself. Total Postnatal is a comprehensive supplement, designed just for new moms – so you have one less thing to worry about.

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