Saturday, 20 October 2012

Pregnancy Supplement

When we found out that my wife was pregnant, we immediately get Blackmores Pregnancy Formula and Folic Acid 500mcg supplement as we've been informed by a doctor to buy supplement from any pharmacy shop.
http://www.blackmores.com.my/products/pregnancy-formula

Soon we found a gynae and visited during the 2nd month of pregnancy, and we're been introduced on a supplement call Obical and Obimin Pluz. Both supplement cost RM 85.

Obical


Component Purpose
Calcium Building block for strong bones and teeth
Vitamin D Need to facilitate calcium absorption
Phosphorous and Magnesium Bone-fortifying minerals are required for formation of strong bone matrix. Magnesium may also help to counter constipation. Constipation is common in pregnancy.
Fructo-Oligosaccharide (FOS) FOS are prebiotics, “food” to beneficial intestinal bacteria (probiotics), which helps to support good intestinal health. Studies have also shown that FOS helps to increase calcium absorption and bone mineralization.


Obimin Pluz


Component Purpose
DHA Building blocks of the brain and eye (retina)
EPA For optimum brain functions
Vitamin B Complex Essential for energy metabolism and foetal cell development
Vitamin C Enhances iron absorption
Vitamin D Enhances calcium absorption
Calcium Essential mineral for baby and mother’s bones and teeth
Folic Acid Essential for growth and cells division and plays an important role in the formation of red blood cells. Protects against malformation of the spine (Spina bifida), skull and brain (anencephaly).
Iron Essential for producing extra red blood cells needed by both mother and baby. Prenatal prophylactic iron supplementation significantly lowers the incidence of low-birthweight and preterm low-birth-weight babies.
Copper Essential for blood cell development
Iodine Assists in the development of the thyroid gland and its hormones

Here is the Obical & Obimin manufacturer link:
http://pregnancynme.com/


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