Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Premama Prenatal Vitamins Review & Giveaway

When I was pregnant with M, I always dreaded having to take those enormous horse pills.  They smelled and never went down easy.    And not to mention the vitamin burps and disgusting aftertaste.  Well there is now a more comfortable way to keep you and your baby healthy both during and after pregnancy.
 Enter Premama

Premama prenatal vitamin drink mix is a flavorless, one-a-day supplement complete with the all the key ingredients necessary to keep both you and your baby healthy.  It is convenient, all natural, and only 6 calories.  It is ideal for adding to juice, milk, iced tea and you can even sprinkle it onto your food.  Its unique formula is intended to alleviate the pains of nausea and constipation while providing you with the essential nutrients needed to promote a healthy pregnancy and baby.

Premama is packed with all natural ingredients including DHA, Folic Acid, & Iron.  It even contains Ginger, Vitamin B6 and Magnesium to help moms with nausea and digestive relief.  Each convenient to-go pouch is divided into to two, so you have the option of taking it once or twice a day And although Premama contains traces of milk and soy, it is gluten-free, BPA-free and free of peanut oil, nuts, eggs, fish, shellfish and sulfites.

Premama Supplement Facts

Since you do not have to be pregnant to take a prenatal vitamin, I decided to try it for myself.  It wasn’t bad.  The package says that it is flavorless but it has a slight ginger taste.   It’s not bad but I would not recommend mixing it in water or milk.  It would be perfectly fine in tea or juice.  100% better than a pill for sure!  Now you can get your essential prenatal vitamins and minerals and stay hydrated throughout the day!

To learn more about Premama and the importance of prenatal vitamins you can follow them on Facebook or Twitter

Buy It: 
A 30-day supply of Premama costs $25.  You can purchase straight from their webpage, Amazon, or find a retailer near you.  

Win It:
Premama has offered to send one lucky reader a 30-day supply to try for themselves!!  Just enter the Rafflecopter below.

Disclaimer: Even though this is a doctor-formulated vitamin, I would definitely consult with my midwife before taking anything during pregnancy.  I was given a box of Premama for review purposes only.


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