Are you thinking about having a baby, or just found out you’re pregnant? What an exciting time, congratulations! One of the very first of many decisions you’ll need to make in your motherhood journey is which prenatal vitamin to take. After all, you want to ensure that all bases are covered in terms of key nutrients for the development of a healthy baby.

But, did you know that not all prenatal vitamins are the same, and not everyone can just take any that they come across in the supermarket aisle?

You may have already noticed that one of the essential ingredients in prenatal vitamins is folic acid, a synthetic folate which has been shown to reduce the occurrence of neural tube defects in babies, such as spina bifida. Unfortunately, it’s not suitable for everyone. More than 1 in 3 people have difficulty processing folic acid in their body, due to a common genetic variance (known as the methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase or MTHFR gene).

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Introducing The Kin Prenatal

Kin’s Next-Gen Prenatal supplement has been created so that every woman who is thinking about having a baby, is trying to, or is pregnant can take it. Instead of folic acid, they have developed a product that uses Methylated Folate. This is fantastic news because it’s a naturally-occurring folate rather than a man-made one!

Kin Prenatal only uses premium ingredients, which reduces the side effects that women experience from prenatal vitamins such as constipation, bloating, nausea, gassiness, and dry or itchy skin. It also helps combat side effects by omitting nasties such as GMO ingredients, artificial colours, major allergens and excess ingredients, which the body may find difficult to absorb.

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During pregnancy a woman’s body requires 150% more iron, which can leave approximately 38% of pregnant women suffering from anaemia. Kin Prenatal uses the vitamin Ferrochel™, which is a bioavailable form of iron that is easily carried unaffected through the intestine and into the target tissues. This means it is more easily absorbed by the body and won’t make you constipated.

What sets Kin Prenatal apart from other brands is their painstakingly sourced, bioavailable ingredients that everybody can easily process.

Kin is a brand whose mission is to revolutionise healthcare, and provide a simple way for Australian women to get the information they need to make empowered choices about their reproductive health. They’ve got you covered with options for every step of your fertility journey.

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What does ‘bioavailability’ mean and why is it important?

Bioavailability is how easily your body is able to use the nutrients you’re putting in. The ingredients in Prenatal are sourced to ensure your body and your baby aren’t missing out on anything.

What are the ingredients, and what are their benefits?

The Prenatal is clean and simple with 12 essential high-quality ingredients: Folate, Choline, Zinc, Omega 3, Biotin, Iron, Vitamin B12, Magnesium, Iodine, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Vitamin D3. Always speak to your healthcare professional before taking a supplement.

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Benefits for your baby

  • Most bioavailable folate – from Methylfolate (not folic acid)
  • Healthy brain development – from Omega 3 and Vitamin B12
  • Strong bone growth – from Vitamin K
  • Better calcium absorption – from Vitamin D

Benefits for you

  • Low constipation – from bioavailable iron
  • Energy production – from biotin (Vitamin B7)
  • Boost your immune system – from zinc
  • Thyroid health – from iodine
  • Improves iron levels – from Ferrochel

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Other key features of The Prenatal

  • No GMO ingredients or artificial colours
  • Free from gluten and most allergens
  • Easy to swallow capsules, taken twice daily
  •  Gentle on your stomach
  • Virtually all traces of taste and odour eliminated
  • Evidence-backed
  • Nutritionist and dietitian endorsed
  • 30 day money back guarantee

1 month supply RRP $45 and 3 months for RRP $110 (19% off)

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