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Wouldn’t you love to be able to find a simple fix to ease your nausea during pregnancy or help move things along in the ladies room or just even have an overall better digestive system? Is it really too much to ask for during this baby growing time? We are here to tell you all of the above are not only possible, but easy to do! Probiotics are finally getting the attention they deserve, and we are so excited to have one to share with all of you mamas-to-be. So, what are probiotics and why should you be pro taking them?
Probiotics are live microorganisms, filled with all the good bacteria found in our gut that helps keep our digestive system on track and helps support a healthy immune system. For our mama’s-to-be, taking a daily probiotic is an essential part of maintaining a healthy pregnancy, and also helps keep your baby’s health in check during pregnancy and for years to come. More and more studies are showing the benefits of probiotics during pregnancy and some with exciting new evidence. One study found the use of probiotics to lower the occurrence of gestational diabetes if taken starting in the first trimester.1 Another study with a sizable participant count performed in New Zealand showed women reported significantly lower depression scores than those in the placebo group while taking a probiotic during pregnancy.2
With all of these new findings and a long standing history of probiotics health benefits, our Pro Prenatal Probiotic is here for you and your gut. Keep them by your bed and take 2 capsules on an empty stomach with your first glass of water in the morning. You will immediately start off your day on the right foot, giving you and the baby a healthy base for the rest of your day!
This blog was written in collaboration with Laura Vorozilchak, PharmD. She is a certified Pharmacist who has a passion for writing. Her insights to this product are not only helpful, but reliable. Thank you Laura!
1. Luoto R, Laitinen K, Nermes M, Isolauri E. Impact of maternal probiotic-supplemented dietary counselling on pregnancy outcome and prenatal and postnatal growth: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study. Br J Nutr. 2010 Feb 4:1-8
2. R. F Slykerman, F. Hood, K. Wickens, et al. Effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 in Pregnancy on Postpartum Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety: A Randomised Double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial. EBio Medicine. 2017 Oct; 24:159-165
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