The new Lifemum range of micronutrients has been clinically formulated by Dr Emma Parry to work in harmony with every stage of your pregnancy and beyond. The range contains 9 products to choose from including 2 multi’s with Choline, vital support for baby’s brain development.
Being prepared for pregnancy can mean better outcomes for mum and baby. It can take a couple of months to get our nutrient levels right for healthy conception and very early stage pregnancy when many important foetal structures are developing. Whether trying to conceive, pregnant or breastfeeding it really is all about what we eat.
Recent research shows choline is vital to support baby’s brain development but yet most pregnant women don’t get enough in their diets to get the required 450mg daily. Lifemum is the only pregnancy range in New Zealand with a daily dose of 250mg Choline in the Conceive and Pregnancy and Post Pregnancy Multi’s to help reach recommended daily intakes. The Lifemum range also has products with clinically researched probiotic strains and algal DHA to support Mum, Baby and Child.
Lifemum is specially formulated here in New Zealand with leading unique ingredients.
Lifemum Folic + for Mum provides a micronutrient boost for before conception and the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, as recommended by the New Zealand Ministry of Health. Folic + is formulated to be taken with Lifemum Conceive & Pregnancy Multi during these specified times.
After the first trimester, RANZCOG recommendations for Folic Acid are at least 400mcg per day unless a higher dosage is specifically required due to risk factors. Folic+ contains 300mcg of Folic Acid to support healthy neural tube development in the baby. It also contains 30mcg of Iodine and 3mg of Iron which are important for healthy brain and intellectual development of the baby/child.
Lifemum is 100% New Zealand formulated and owned.
Always read the label and use as directed. Supplementary to a balanced diet.
Adults: Take 1 capsule daily with meals, or as directed by your healthcare professional.