pregnancyPregnancy and nausea go hand in hand for most women but the cause of the nausea isn’t always due to the pregnancy it’s self.  I had my daughter 1 ½ years ago and had the “perfect” pregnancy (if there is such a thing).  I only gained the recommended 30lbs; I never got hemorrhoids, swollen ankles, stretch marks, or morning sickness.  I didn’t get morning sickness but I did feel sick.  The reason behind my nausea was the prenatal vitamins.  I almost gave up on taking my vitamins because they made me feel so sick.  According to pregnancy.org 80% of women ignore important nutritional advice and 61% don’t take their daily vitamin because it makes them nauseous.  Pregnancy.org offers a prenatal vitamin that is guaranteed not to make you nauseous; you even get your money back if it doesn’t work. 

The vitamins were designed by a registered dietician, Deborah Klein.  Deborah was named “Young Dietitian of the year” by the American Dietetics Association and conducts an impressive list of seminars on nutrition and wellness.  I know that even with the “perfect pregnancy” you can still feel miserable, so why not try and reduce those symptoms if possible.  I thought I would share this information with others because it’s imperative to the fetus that mothers take their vitamins. Taking your vitamins can reduce the chance of having a baby with serious birth defects.  Every mother wants to protect their child and this is a good way to start. Maybe with this nausea free vitamin that 61% of women that don’t take their vitamins will be reduced. To order these nausea free vitamins or to learn more go to http://pregnancy.orgvitaganic.com. Let me know if they work for you or if you have other recommendations.

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