This is a great product, and recently they updated the formula to include 100% or more of the daily needs. I attribute taking these whole-food prenatal vitamins before and currently to not getting any morning sickness. It's not just me either, my friend who pointed me in this direction also had no morning sickness during her pregnancy last year. My midwife asked if I had been getting sick at all, and if so, recommended not taking a prenatal, as that's the common reason for the queasiness. The way I see it, most mothers are taking a man-made, lab created vitamins with a synthetic ingredient list. These are made from organic 100% food. It's no wonder people feel sick, it's the body's way of telling you to stop putting chemicals in your body!
Posted by iHerb Customer on March 19 2011 | Verified Purchase
I don't like these anymore: -More vitamin A -Less Folic Acid These are key elements in pregnanacy that should not be messed with.
Posted by iHerb Customer on July 9 2013 | Verified Purchase
It's good, but could be better if the calcium is higher, reducing needs for additional calcium and additional info on iron (elemental iron dose)
Posted by iHerb Customer on July 5 2011 | Verified Purchase
When I read the Supplement Facts , I found the there is two much vitamin A in the pill which may be risk to pregnant mom. So I only give it three stars.
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