New to Vitimum? Top tips new Mummas
- Prenatal: When you’re pregnant, many women find them self very hungry…in fact, in some cases it develops to HANGRY. When we are hungry, we often make poor food choices, and while we should always take care of ourselves, when you are pregnant, your diet is especially important. Vitimum Original can help pregnant women as, not only does it contain important prenatal vitamins, such as folate (folic acid), it is also a source of protein, which means it is filling too. Vitimum Original can be taken at any time of the day, a great time is when you first wake up…as you might be rushing to work, or to look after your little ones... or both!
- Postnatal (Postpartum): When you become a mother for the first time, you learn a lot. In fact, you are so busy learning (and not sleeping), that you often forget to take care of yourself. As a new, or even busy mother, you often put yourself at the bottom of the “to-do” list, and may find yourself reheating coffee/tea and eating cold toast, cereal as a “meal” which are not necessarily nutritious, especially when it is your main meal.
- When you are pregnant, you tend to get a lot of attention, sometimes unwelcome (no you cannot touch my belly!). And after you give birth, a lot of that attention shifts to the baby – and rightly so, as they do need 24/7 care. An area of care that is often sacrificed or overlooked during this phase is self-care, by mothers. The postnatal period is a very important healing time for new mothers. Your body has been through a lot, and now the baby is here, so it is game on. Mothers need to make sure they are resting and getting the nourishment they need, which is where Vitimum Original steps in to help. Designed for Mothers (by a Mother), Vitimum Original contains over 12 vitamins to aid postnatal (postpartum) recovery and general well-being.
Information and statements made are for education purposes and are not intended to replace the advice of your doctor. If you have a severe medical condition or health concern, see your doctor.