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Enfamil Enfamom Prenatal Vitamin & Mineral Supplement Softgels

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Introducing an advanced prenatal multivitamin that helps support your baby's brain, bones, and body. An easy to take softgel to use before, during, and after pregnancy packed with important nutrients like folate, calcium, and Omega-3 DHA. Start taking prenatal vitamins three months ahead of conception. Starting daily prenatal multivitamins early helps ensure that your body has essential nutrients you both need from the very start. Enfamom Advanced Prenatal Multivitamin is specially formulated to support your health and your baby’s development every step of the way.

  • Enfamom Advanced Prenatal Multivitamin was created with 25% MORE CALMIUM vs. other leading brand.
  • CALCIUM is important for the development of your baby’s precious little bones
  • OMEGA-3 DHA is a fatty acid that aids in your baby’s brain and eye development. DHA is an important nutrient for babies before and after they’re born. Enfamom has expert-recommended levels of DHA (200 milligrams daily)
  • WHEN TO START TAKING PRENATALS? Three months ahead of conception is a good rule of thumb. That’s because so much of your baby’s development happens during the first few weeks of pregnancy—when you might not even realize you’re pregnant yet!
  • WHY PRENATAL VITAMINS? Nutrition plays a big role in your pregnancy. Getting enough folate, omega-3 DHA and calcium in your diet helps support your health as well as the development of your growing baby.
  • FREE FROM: Enfamom Advanced Prenatal Multivitamin has no artificial sweeteners, artificial flavors, high fructose corn syrup, or sugar. No dairy or wheat ingredients were utilized in our multivitamin and there are also no known sources of gluten.
  • ACTIVE FOLATE is a B vitamin and is an absolute must for expecting moms. Folate acts by nourishing your baby’s developing nervous system and protecting them against certain birth defects, including spinal cord and brain abnormalities