Nutracare PregmaPlus+ Stage 1 caters for pre-conception and maternity, and has been scientifically formulated to uniquely support your changing nutritional requirements at each stage of your pregnancy.

NutraCare recognises that your body requires different support at pre-conception and in the first trimester, than you’ll need during those last few months. That is why they developed PregmaPlus+ in two stages to cater for the differing needs of pregnancy development.

Given that almost 30% of people have difficulty or an inability to take tablets, PregmaPlus+ offers an alternative via a soluble supplement you can drink, also assisting with more rapid absorption and hydration.

Your nutritional requirements can increase up to 50% during pregnancy and while PregmaPlus+ is not a substitute for a well-balanced diet, it has been developed to supplement a healthy diet for you and your baby, when eating well can be difficult.

Pre-conception and stage one supplements, which are recommended for use from two months prior to conception, contain Folic Acid, Iron, Iodine and Calcium – all crucial during those early stages.

Active Morning Sickness Relief

Up to 80% of women will experience morning sickness during their first trimester, possibly due to changes in your hormone levels, causing nausea and vomiting.

Only PregmaPlus+ Stage 1 has been formulated to include Active Morning Sickness relief included in its scientific formulation and can mean that there is no need for you to buy additional secondary supplements.

How often Should you take it:

PregmaPlus+ Stage 1 is a twice a day, easy to stomach, soluble supplement. Most women generally take their first easy glass of PregmaPlus+ in the morning and their second at afternoon tea or dinner time.

Available in handy sachets RRP $29.99 or in a 800g Tin – RRP $39.99 from Chemist Warehouse

Always read the label. Use only as directed. Supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional. If you have had a baby with a neural tube defect / Spina bifida, seek specific medical advice.