There is a good discussion over in the PEERtrainer community about Organic Multivitamins and one company in particular, New Chapter Vitamins, kept coming up in the conversation.
Some people questioned why one would need an organic multivitamin, but it does make sense for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant
to take the organic version. New Chapter makes a prenatal vitamin called "Perfect Prenatal
", which seems to be a bestseller on Amazon in their category. Sometimes it makes sense to see where consumers are voting with their dollars. We did a search for other "organic prenatal" vitamins and New Chapter was the only company that popped up.
This is the product description from the company. It is a big list but from everything we have read and seen it is a good approach:
Perfect Prenatal- Nourishing Fulfillment for You and Your Baby. Nature's organic probiotic whole-food prenatal vitamin. Promotes physical stamina and emotional well-being while nurturing mother and baby. Safe and sound potency without retinol. Endorsed by New Chapter's Council of Midwives We at New Chapter provide you an organic probiotic alternative to isolated or USP vitamins and minerals. All of our vitamins and minerals are cultured in organic soy using nature's most prized and studied probiotics, featuring Lactobacilli acidophilus, bifidus, rhamnosus, and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
New Chapter's Probiotic Nutrients deliver biotransformed vitamins and minerals in their finest cultured form, much in the same way as miso, kefir, temphe, and yogurt. Your New Chapter nutrients: Are easy to digest, even on an empty stomach-they're cultured whole food! Deliver essential nutrients in their safest and most active form within the infinite complexity of whole food. Provide an energizing and protective array of phytonutrients and ferment metabolites, including cultured soy isoflavones, beta glucans, bacteriocins, SOD, glutathione, lipoic acid, and enzymes.
Perfect Prenatal delivers 23 different easily digested, energizing and protective probiotic vitamins and minerals as well as 13 stress-balancing and free-radical scavenging herbs cultured for maximum effectiveness. Herbs like lavender and lemon balm have been revered for their soothing properties while other antioxidative herbs like peppermint, clove and rose hips provide key health benefits that support and sustain."
I have never really been into taking vitamins, but as I started getting older, I wanted to take care of my healthy and keep myself going. Since I am a super healthy guy, I have to make sure I get all of my supplements, and sometimes that can be hard just from food. I found dr max powers multvitamins on sale and they sound easy and safe to use. I have had a bad experience with some vitamin brands because they will upset my stomach, be a bad form to take or not show results.
I take one in the morning with breakfast and it has really seemed to help me stay healthy and have more energy. I like that they are all natural and not made with gelatin, and they contain both calcium and iron which I need. A bottle is reasonably priced and is a balanced formula that keeps me going and healthy.
Posted by: Pilot | 01/20/2011 at 12:40 PM
I am part of a maternal club here in San Francisco. We are a group of about 20 women and have had different real life tests with prenatal vitamins.
Essentially out of the top brands, we have found bebe-O to be the #1.
It is all-natural and registered by the Vegan Society. Not only does it provide a pregnant women with all nutrients, but it also relieves morning sickness.
You can visit their website, I highly recommend everyone pregnant women to try bebe-O prenatal vitamins
Posted by: Jackie Goldboro | 07/26/2010 at 02:42 PM