Prenatal Vitamins Arlington MA

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(781) 330-0871
P.O.Box 163
Newton, MA

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A New Leaf
(978) 927-5955
261 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA

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General Nutrition Center
(781) 393-4575
Medford, MA
Pro Nutrition
(781) 393-0633
462 Main St
Medford, MA
Winchester Drug
(781) 729-1940
568 Main St
Winchester, MA
A New Leaf
(781) 449-6777
1038 great plain ave
Needham, MA

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Nutrition Program for Elderly
(781) 648-7500
37 Drake Rd
Arlington, MA
Juicy Jack Patrick's
(617) 354-6677
1815 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA
Cambridge Naturals Foods
(617) 492-4452
23 White St
Cambridge, MA
Nutrition Plus
(781) 393-0744
452 Salem St
Medford, MA
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What are Prenatal Vitamins?

Prenatal vitamins are multivitamins that

are specially formulated for pregnant women are advised to take in order to enhance their own health during pregnancy as well as the health of their babies.

These vitamins are designed to make up for any deficiencies in a woman's diet during her pregnancy. Even though these supplements contain many vitamins and minerals, it is the folic acid , calcium , and iron that prove to be the most important.

Folic acid can help prevent the baby from developing birth defects such as spina bifida .  Calcium supplementation can prevent the loss of bone density due to the growing baby using the mineral for bone growth.

It is important to use prenatal vitamins as directed on by the product label, or follow your doctor's advice. Taking more than the recommended daily dose of prenatal vitamins can actually be dangerous. Unless otherwise advised by your doctor, never take more than one multivitamin as doing so could lead to a vitamin overdose.

It is a good idea to drink a full glass of water with your prenatal vitamin.

Take your prenatal vitamins on a regular basis in order to receive the maximum benefit they provide.


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