- vitamin C
The benefits of vitamin C Not only does it boost your immune system and reduce your risk of suffering from irondefficiency anaemia in pregnancy, Vitamin C is key to your baby’s physical development too.
It: aids in the production of collagen, Which supports normal growth, bone strength and wound healing.
and teeth. Calcium also helps your baby grow a healthy heart, nerves, and muscles as well as develop a normal heart rhythm and blood-clotting abilities. Calcium can also reduce your risk of hypertension.
is a water-soluble B-vitamin that helps your body convert food into energy. It is especially important during pregnancy and breastfeeding. In addition, biotin is important for the health of your hair, skin and nails.
body uses iron to make extra blood (hemoglobin) for pregnant and baby. Iron also helps move oxygen from lungs to the rest of body – and to baby’s. Getting enough iron can prevent a condition of too few red blood cells that can make you feel tired, called iron deficiency anemia.
is an essential mineral required to regulate body temperature, nucleic acid, and protein synthesis with an important role in maintaining nerve and muscle cell electrical potentials. It may reduce fetal growth restriction and preeclampsia as well as increase birth weight.
- Zinc A building block of life. Zinc, a plays an essential role in the construction of baby’s cells and DNA during pregnancy. It is needed for cell division and tissue growth, supporting normal development as your baby grows.
- Copper helps form your baby’s heart, blood vessels, and skeletal and nervous systems. is essential for forming red blood cells
- Vitmine D reduces the risk of pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, low birthweight and may reduce the risk of severe postpartum haemorrhage.
- Vitmine E (antioxidant)
- Vitmine K helps baby’s blood clot and is also essential for their bone development.
- B1 B2 B3 B6 B12
- Folice acid 400 micrograms