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Pregnancy multivitamins with Omega-3

Sanatogen's ProNatal multivitamin now comes with Omega-3 capsules to enhance your intake of valuable nutrients for your baby's brain development.

Posted: 11 September 2006
by Susan Lawson

A few months ago we published a story about the link between eating fish in pregnancy and the benefits to your unborn baby. Brain development of the fetus (and then in the child into the toddler years) has been found to gain from the pregnant mother’s intake of Omega-3.

Oily fish like mackerel, salmon, sardines and herring have long been hailed as rich sources of valuable Omega-3. Now Sanatogen have launched their ProNatal supplement, with accompanying capsules of Omega-3.

Sanatogen ProNatal Plus Omega-3

Although gaining the right nutrients through a balanced diet is by far the best way to live healthily, the demands of pregnancy and breastfeeding often make us feel more inclined to ‘top up’ what we’re eating with a multi-vitamin and mineral tablet which covers our iron, folic acid and other key nutrient intake.

There are quite a few supplements on the market which are designed to cover the needs of pregnant and/or breastfeeding women, and Sanatogen’s ProNatal contains a good mix of vitamins and minerals for taking before conception, during pregnancy and into early motherhood. It is also supported by the Royal College of Midwives.

Sanatogen ProNatal plus Omega 3 comes in packs of 30 tablets with 30 Omega-3 capsules, and it’s RRP is £10.99.

For more about ProNatal and other nutritional information, check out

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