Get ready to unlock the secrets of a hidden gem that isn’t talked about nearly enough! Say hello to prenatal probiotics – tiny, friendly bacteria that are revolutionizing the way women like you approach fertility and pregnancy. Whether you're trying to conceive, already graced with the joy of a little one growing within, or postpartum, there are numerous benefits to adding this supplement into your daily routine.
What are Prenatal Probiotics?
Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms that reside naturally in our bodies, promoting overall health and well-being. Prenatal probiotics are specifically formulated to meet the unique needs of women who are trying to conceive or are already pregnant. They contain strains of these friendly bacteria that work in harmony with your body to help maintain a balanced gut and support your immune system, digestion, skin, vaginal tract, and overall wellness.
When it comes to conception, having a healthy and balanced microbiome is more important than you might think. Prenatal probiotics can help support your reproductive health by promoting a favorable environment for conception. By maintaining a balanced gut and reproductive tract microbiota, these probiotics contribute to optimal nutrient absorption, hormone regulation, and immune system function, all of which can help improve your chances of conceiving naturally.
Nurturing a Healthy Pregnancy
Once you become pregnant, the benefits of prenatal probiotics continue to shine! Pregnancy brings about numerous changes in your body, including hormonal shifts and digestive challenges. Prenatal probiotics can be a reliable ally during this time, as they can help restore and maintain the delicate balance of your gut flora. By easing common discomforts like bloating, constipation, and digestive upset, these probiotics enable you to enjoy a more comfortable pregnancy.
Benefits of Premom’s Prenatal Probiotic
25 Billion CFU (colony forming units) per dose
This ideal dosage benefits your overall gut health by supporting a strong gut lining, healthy digestion, regular bowel movements, and maintaining a desirable microbial balance in your intestines.* Already taking a probiotic? Take a look at the label and see if it’s as potent as ours – the more the merrier!
Urinary tract and vaginal support
The probiotic strain combinations found in Premom’s probiotic helps to achieve the ideal balance between beneficial bacteria and yeast in the female vaginal tract. One of the most common sources of female urinary tract discomfort is a result of an imbalance and/or lack of Lactobacillus bacteria. This probiotic contains 8 clinically researched Lactobacillus strains and 10 strains in total!*
Immune function support
It supports the beneficial bacteria in your intestinal tract, where a large location of your immune system resides, helping to support your overall immunity.*
Strains survive the stomach
Acidic conditions in your upper digestive tract can degrade beneficial bacteria and render them useless. However, the specific strains in Premom’s formula are able to survive the harsh environment of the stomach and safely reach the desired destination of your small and large intestines.
Only one high-quality capsule daily
Every batch is third-party tested and manufactured in the USA using only the highest quality, vegan ingredients to support both you and your growing baby. And it’s easy to incorporate into your daily routine!
Embrace the benefits of prenatal probiotics and let them be your trusted companions on the incredible path to fertility, a comfortable pregnancy, and the well-being of both you and your precious baby. As always, be sure to chat with your healthcare provider to determine the best approach and dosage for you before starting any new supplements.
*Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
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