Nature Made Prenatal Multivitamin + DHA *Giveaway Ends 11/25*

Nature Made

Nature Made was the first OTC brand to launch a Prenatal Multivitamin with 200mg DHA in one single softgel so that expecting moms/nursing moms would only have to take 1 softgel per day.Nature Made Prenatal Vitamins

One softgel offers:

200mg DHA

800mg Folic Acid

Vitamins A,C,D and Zinc


B – Complex (Vitamins B6, B12)

EPA/DHA, Niacin

What is DHA?
DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that plays an important role in brain development, especially during the critical period of fetal development and infancy. DHA is transferred directly from the mother to the fetus during brain and retina development or to the infants through breastfeeding.  Recommended DHA dose is 200-300 mg/day.

What is Folic Acid?
Folic acid, sometimes called folate, is a B vitamin (B9) found mostly in leafy green vegetables like kale and spinach, orange juice, and enriched grains. Repeated studies have shown that women who get 400 micrograms or more (0.4 milligrams) daily prior to conception and during early pregnancy may reduce the risk that their baby will be born with a serious neural tube defect (a birth defect involving incomplete development of the brain and spinal cord) by up to 70%.

How do the the vitamins, iron, etc. play a part in overall health?
Vitamins A, C, D & Zinc – Support Immune System Health

Iron – Supports Blood Cell Production

B – Complex (Vitamins B6, B12) – Supports Energy Metabolism

EPA/DHA, Niacin – Support Heart and Circulatory Health

My Thoughts:

My family doctor recommended that I start taking Prenatal vitamins a year or so before I even thought about trying to get pregnant.  I’ve always liked Nature Made products in general and I think it’s great that they now have a OTC Prenatal vitamin in one softgel pill.  I’m not sure about everyone’s insurance but if a company didn’t cover Prenatal vitamins I’m sure Nature Made would be a first choice for them!

While Nature Made is an affordable choice with great health benefits, I recommend that you talk to your own doctor to decide what is right for you.  If you decide that Nature Made is the way to go don’t forget about their “Wellness Rewards” program where you enter the codes found on their bottles to redeem for coupons and other great rewards.

Cloth Diapers

Nature Made Prenatal


One lucky Embracing Beauty reader will win a  9-month supply of

Prenatal + DHA,  2 packs of cloth diapers and a “Just for Baby” food processor!

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Giveaway ends 11/25. Winner will be chosen by and will have 48 hrs to reply before a new winner is chosen. I’m sorry but this giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Good luck!

Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central on behalf of Nature Made and received the products necessary to facilitate my review and giveaway.

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    Most people nowadays are very conscious of what goes into the tablets that they pop inside their mouths and the same goes for vitamins. If we do not want to go the traditional way, alternative vitamins are also now available for over-the-counter purchases.

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