Neu Mum - Neu Mum - Multivitamin for Pre-Pregnancy, Pregnancy & Postnatal Care - (30 Tablets)
Neu Mum® - For Pregnancy
For Before, During & After Pregnancy - 30 Capsules
Every mum wants to give their baby the best start in life, from preconception to prenatal and postnatal. Neu Mum combines essential omega-3 fatty acids (EPA & DHA) – important building blocks for a healthy brain – with a comprehensive range of vitamins and minerals, supporting the health of both mother and baby at every stage. Neu Mum also contains 400 mcg of folic acid, the exact daily level recommended by the UK Department of Health for all women who could become or are pregnant.
What you'll get from Neu Mum?
One tablet of Neu Mum taken daily provides the nutritional support you need for a healthy pregnancy
How does Neu Mum work?
Neu Mum is a natural supplement that supports the physiological requirements of maternal and foetal health. It provides the essential vitamins and minerals needed for every stage of maternal, placental, and foetal interaction, supporting a healthy pregnancy and the development of a healthy neonate.
Take one tablet per day on a full stomach. Swallow with water or a cold drink; do not chew. Do not exceed the recommended intake.
One tablet provides:
|Ingredient||Amount Per Serving||% NRV*|
|Vitamin D (as D3)||10 mcg||200|
|Vitamin E||4 mg α-TE||33|
|Vitamin K||70 mcg||93|
|Vitamin C||70 mg||88|
|Thiamin (Vitamin B1)||3 mg||273|
|Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)||2 mg||143|
|Vitamin B6||10 mg||714|
|Folic Acid||400 mcg||200|
|Vitamin B12||6 mcg||240|
|Pantothenic Acid||6 mg||100|
|Beta Carotene||2 mg||**|
|Omega-3 Oil 18:12 Delivering 54 mg EPA and 36 mg DHA||300 mg||**|
*NRV=Nutrient Reference Value. **No NRV Established.
mcg=microgram, mg=milligram, αTE=tocopherol equivalents, NE=niacin equivalents.
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Before conception, good nutritional status is essential for the future health of both mother and baby as it ensures the body is in a positive nutritional state at conception, increasing the chances of a successful pregnancy and a healthy child.
During pregnancy, the foetus is dependent on a range of micronutrients circulating in the
mother's blood supply for optimal development. Then after delivery, the
infant's nutrition, in most cases, comes from breast milk, the composition of which is dependent on the mother's nutritional status.