Private Label Prenatal Supplements

Prenatal vitamins are very beneficial because they provide nutrients for pregnant mothers and their children. Continue reading to learn more about private label prenatal supplements.

What are prenatal Supplements?

Prenatal supplements are vitamins that are designed and made for women who are trying to get pregnant. These supplements are intended to be used before pregnancy, while pregnant, and after the child is born and the mother is breastfeeding.

What to look for in one?

There are many things to look for in a prenatal vitamin. Healthline.com recommends you look for one with these nutrients:

Folic Acid

Folic Acid is a form of Vitamin B9 also called folate. When used before and during pregnancy, folic acid can help prevent neural tube defects in babies. Neural tube defects are major defects in a newborn baby’s brain or spine. The National Institutes Of Health (NIH) recommend that you get 600 mcg (micrograms) of folic acid when pregnant. They also recommend that you get 500 mcg when breastfeeding. You can get this vitamin from foods such as beef liver or certain vegetables. There are also foods like breakfast cereals that are fortified with this vitamin.

Iron

Iron is a mineral that each of our bodies needs for proper growth and development. When pregnant, the amount of blood that the mother has is greatly increased. Therefore she needs more iron to ensure that she has enough for herself and her growing child. The NIH recommends that pregnant women aim to get at least 27 mg (milligrams) of iron. They also recommend that breastfeeding women get 9 mg of iron. Iron is commonly found in foods such as lean meat, seafood, poultry, and fortified foods.

Calcium

Calcium is a mineral that is needed to maintain strong bones and is also used for many other important functions. During pregnancy, it is important for women to get calcium so that they do not get preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a serious medical condition where a pregnant woman develops high blood pressure and kidney problems. The NIH states that pregnant and breastfeeding women need at least 1,000 mg of calcium each day. They can get this calcium from foods such as milk, yogurt, and cheese.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is one of the thirteen essential vitamins. It is also one of the fat-soluble vitamins. If pregnant women are deficient in this vitamin, they are at risk of developing an eye condition called xerophthalmia. This is the inability to see in low levels of light and if untreated can lead to night blindness. Women who are pregnant should get at least 770 mcg RAE (retinol activity equivalents) per day. You can get vitamin A from a wide variety of foods such as:

  • Beef liver
  • Salmon
  • Leafy green vegetables
  • Dairy products

Zinc

Zinc is a nutrient that everyone needs to stay healthy. It is found throughout the body in cells. It does many things such as helping the immune system fight off invading bacteria. Pregnant women need zinc so that their babies can grow and develop properly. The NIH recommends that pregnant women get at least 11 mg and breastfeeding women get 12 mg daily. Some good sources of zinc are oysters, red meat, bean, and nuts.

Our Private Label Prenatal Supplements

Here at Private Label Liquids, we have a private label prenatal supplement stock formula that is packed full of these nutrients along with many more. It comes in a delicious wild berry flavor and is 100% vegetarian as well. For more information about this amazing supplement please visit our website.

Getting Your Start With Private Label Liquids

There are many amazing advantages and benefits that come with private labeling. This is especially true when it comes to private label prenatal supplements. Third-party manufacturers such as us here at Private Label Liquids produce private label products. These products can then be sold under your brand name.

One great benefit of private labeling is that it allows you to have your own line of vitamin supplements. It does not even need to be prenatal supplements. It can be any other kind of vitamin supplement. Another benefit of private labeling is having your finished product out to you and in your stores within a matter of months or even sometimes weeks. At Private Label Liquids we fulfill all of these along with having low minimums and an in-house designer to help make your label.

If you want to check out our wide variety of stock formulas you can do so by clicking the link here. Be sure to check out our previous article, Ways To Market Your Private Label Vitamins, for more information.

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Sources:

https://www.healthline.com/health/pregnancy/best-prenatal-vitamins#1

https://ods.od.nih.gov/

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