Thursday, June 25, 2015

A Healthy Pregnancy Begins With Prenatal Vitamins From Total Renu


Prenatal health is one of the most important things on a woman's mind when she finds out she is expecting a little blessing, but with all the prenatal vitamins out there on the market today which company and brand should you choose? Should you go with the most expensive? Maybe the cheapest? It can be a bit overwhelming at times, which is why I am so thankful I was asked to review Total Renu's Prenatal Vitamins.

Sorry for the sideways picture, it wouldn't turn for me :(

I have worked with Total Renu many times in the past and I have always liked their products, I find them to be quality products that are healthy and not filled with disgusting ingredients.Total Renu's prenatal vitamins have the recommended amounts of Folic Acid, Iron, Zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6 and many others to ensure your developing baby is getting all the nutrients they need to be healthy.

The prenatal vitamins are easy to swallow and even easier to digest, making them the best for your body. Total Renu is excellent at putting their ingredient lists right on the label, because they have nothing to hide, unlike other medical companies who refuse to list ingredients on their products.



Only the best gets put into Total Renu Prenatal Vitamins: Below is a partial list, the rest can be found easily on the bottle if you are interested.

Ingredients
This multivitamin contains top-quality ingredients: Vitamin A (as 20% beta-carotene), Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid), Vitamin D3 (as cholecalifero w/beta-cyclodextrin 100k IU/g), Vitamin E (as Vitamin E acetate 50%), Thiamin (as thiamin mononitrate), Riboflavin, Niacin (as niacinaminde), Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCI), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 1% DCP (cyanocobalamin), Calcium (as calcium carbonate w/maltodextrine), Iron (as ferrous fumarate), Zinc (as zinc oxide). See bottle for other ingredients.

I find most prenatal vitamins make me sick when I take them, either that or they are huge and hard to swallow, the prenatal vitamins from Total Renu are easy to swallow and do not cause me to feel sick after taking them. In fact, after I take them my morning sickness goes away (temporarily) and I think it is because of the B vitamins that are found in these prenatals.

If you are expecting or know someone who is you should consider picking up a bottle of Total Renu Prenatal Vitamins. They can be found on Amazon for only $24.95 for a bottle of 100. (which by the way you take 1 pill a day, so you have a little over 3 month supply here) If you break that down you only pay about $8.15 per month on these Prenatals and get you 10 days worth of vitamins free. It's a great value if you ask me.


*Disclaimer: I received the above product at a heavy discount in order to facilitate this honest and unbiased review. All opinions stated are my own.*

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