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Natural Factors Whole Earth & Sea® Women's Prenatal Mutlivitamin & Mineral -- 60 Tablets

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Natural Factors Whole Earth & Sea® Women's Prenatal Mutlivitamin & Mineral -- 60 Tablets

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Natural Factors Whole Earth & Sea® Women's Prenatal Mutlivitamin & Mineral Description

  • Pure Food Women's Prenatal Multivitamin & Mineral
  • Fresh, Raw Ingredients from our Farms Make This Bioenergetic Formula the "Seed Of Nutrition"
  • Feel the Difference
  • Non-GMO
  • Suitable for Vegans

Pure Food Nutrient-Rich Tablets 100% Made, Packaged and Tested in USA and Canada


At Natural Factors state of the art laboratories, we use "mass spectrometry" to test for over 400 substances. Mass spectrometry can test at the molecular - even atomic - level, detecting environmental pollutants such as pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides, as well as heavy metals and other undesirable substances.


Imagine getting the benefit of a whole growing season in one tablet


The 100% organic, non-GMO nutrient-rich plants grown on Natural Factors farms are harvested at their peak and immediately raw processed at our own facilities, using our proprietary EnviroSimplex® method to retain the vial bioenergetic vitamins, minerals, enzymes, phytonutrients, and antioxidants.


We ensure the processing temperature always stays below 118°F. The end result is raw nutrition from whole plants, capturing all the vibrant energy and goodness of nature.


 Even when you grow certified organic non-GMO plants, it's important to verify that there are no GMOs or other contaminants present. We excel at making sure that every possible test has been conducted to ensure you receive the safest, most beneficial products possible.


Suggested usage: Take 2 tablets per day or as directed by a health professional.
Free Of
Artificial colors, preservatives, sweeteners, dairy, starch, sugar, wheat, gluten, yeast, egg, fish, shellfish, animal products, salt, tree nuts and GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Tablets
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin A † (natural beta-carotene from algae) (Dunaliella salina) (whole)6667 IU133%
Vitamin C † (organic amla, mixed ascorbates) (Phyllanthus emblica) (fruit)45 mg75%
Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol, lichen) (whole)1000 IU250%
Vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol from sunflower seed oil)15 IU50%
Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone-7) (MK-7) (natto bean)40 mcg50%
Thiamin † (hydrochloride)2.5 mg167%
Riboflavin † (riboflavin-5'-phosphate)1.25 mg74%
Niacin † (inositol hexanicotinate)12.5 mg63%
Vitamin B6 † (pyridoxal-5'-phosphate1.25 mg63%
Folate † (from (6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid (MTHF), glucosamine salt, Quatrefolic®)700 mcg175%
Vitamin B12 † (methylcobalamin)200 mcg3,333%
Pantothenic Acid † (pantethine)5 mg50%
Calcium † (organic algae, calcium ascorbate) (Mesophyllum superpositum) (whole)100 mg10%
Iron † (ferrous pyrophosphate)30 mg167%
Iodine † (kelp) (Ascorphyllum nodosum) (whole)75 mcg50%
Magnesium † (citrate, malate, succinate, glycinate, aspartate, ascorbate)100 mg25%
Zinc † (citrate)10 mg67%
Selenium † (sprouted garlic, selenomethionine) (Allium sativum) (bulb)50 mcg71%
Copper † (bisglycinate)0.5 mg25%
Manganese † (citrate)1.25 mg63%
Chromium † ((polynicotinate)200 mcg167%
Choline † (bitartrate)12.5 mg*
Inositol †25 mg*
Red Raspberry (leaf)5 mg*
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) (chicory)5 mg*
Lutein † (Tagetes erecta) (marigold flower)0.5 mg*
Lycopene † (Lycopersicum esculentum) (tomato fruit)0.5 mg*
Boron † (calcium fructoborate)350 mcg*
Natural Mixed Carotenoids † (alpha-carotene, cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin & lutein from algae) (Dunaliella salina) (whole)230 mcg*
† Nutrients are part of Farm Fresh Factors™
Our Farm Fresh Factors™ starts with 200 grams of fresh raw plants, processed using our EnviroSimplex® method to retain and intensify the total goodness of whole food into rich living food:
Active Vegetables - organic kale (leaf), organic alfalfa (AERIAL), organic cilantro (leaf), organic parsley (aerial), caper (berry), organic artichoke (leaf), organic black radish (root), barley grass, cayenne pepper (leaf), organic celery (seed), organic beet (root), organic tomato; Cruciferous Vegetables - wasabi (rhizome) and fresh freeze-dried sprouted broccoli (aerial), organic upland cress (leaf), daikon (root), red radish (root), organic cauliflower (aerial), organic cabbage (leaf), organic arugula (leaf), organic watercress (leaf), sprouted garlic (bulb); Whole Fruit Ultra Polyphenols - grape, pomegranate, strawberry, organic cranberry, organic blueberry, raspberry, bilberry, organic Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica), schizandra berry, red orange, organic acai berry; Herbs and Plants - Theracurmin® (Curcuma longa) (root), organic decaffeinated green tea (leaf), organic milk thistle (seed), organic ginger (rhizome), organic echinacea (aerial), marigold flower, organic dandelion (root), organic oregano (aerial), organic peppermint (aerial); Whole Plant Sea Vegetables - organic spirulina, organic chlorella, red algae, blue green algae, Dunaliella salina, kelp
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Plant cellulose, silica, vegetable lubricant (palm), chlorophyll.

As with any supplement, consult your health professional before use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or trying to conceive, or if you are taking medication, have a medical condition, or anticipate a surgery.

Accidental overdose of iron-containing products is a leading cause of fatal poisoning in children under 6. Keep this product out of reach of children. In case of accidental overdose, call a doctor or poison control center immediately.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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5 Ways Pregnancy is Impacting Your Appetite 

Congratulations on your new family-member-to-be! Having a baby is an exciting time that comes with its fair share of changes – to both your body and your family. No doubt, you have many concerns, chief among them your developing infant's health. 

Pregnant Woman Eating Healthy Meal |

Your nutritional choices impact fetal development. However, you may find it more challenging to maintain a healthy diet while your body navigates the whirlwind of pregnancy. You may experience shifts in your appetite and battle nausea and cravings. When you know what to expect, you can nourish yourself and your baby without losing your mind.

1. You may lose your appetite 

You've probably heard that you're supposed to gain weight during pregnancy, which is true. You're carrying another human being inside you, after all. Most doctors recommend that women gain between 25 and 35 pounds, although this figure may vary. If you were already carrying extra weight when you conceived, for example, you may not need to gain as much. If you were underweight, you might need to pack on more. 

Unfortunately, you may find it challenging to keep food down, particularly in the first trimester. Many women gain only one to four pounds, while others find themselves shedding weight. You might worry that you're not holding down sufficient calories to nourish your developing child. 

Don't worry too much — at this point, your fetus is so tiny, it has few needs. Take your prenatal vitamin to prevent deficiencies, and check with your OB/GYN if your morning sickness doesn't subside or interferes with your daily activities. 

During the second semester, your uterus expands considerably, which puts pressure on your other organs. You might feel your appetite come roaring back after your morning sickness subsides but feel full after a few bites. 

Try these tips if you find your appetite flagging. 

  • Eat small meals: Indulging in a fried or fat-laden meal can increase feelings of nausea. 
  • Drink up: It's critical to stay hydrated. If solid foods don't work, nutritional shakes can prevent deficiencies. 
  • Avoid strong-smelling foods: Smell can trigger nausea. Even if you adore garlic, you might find your pizza suddenly nauseating. 

2. You could develop food allergies

Your hormones change during pregnancy, which can render you susceptible to food allergies, even if you've never had them before.

How will you know if you have a food allergy? You could develop tingling around your mouth or break out in hives shortly after eating the offending substance. Your passages may swell, and you could experience difficulty breathing. You might also endure nausea and vomiting, although it can be challenging to differentiate this from typical sickness early in pregnancy. In rare cases, allergies can cause anaphylaxis — see your doctor if you experience these symptoms and get tested. 

If your doctor diagnosed you before you conceived, and you received shots, it's generally safe to continue them. However, many specialists do not recommend starting a series of allergy shots when you are pregnant. In the case of a positive allergy test, it's best to just avoid the food until after you give birth. 

3. You could develop deficiencies

A recent study of the 20 wealthiest countries ranked the United States dead last when it comes to infant mortality rate. Part of the problem lies within the way the nation lacks a single-payer health insurance system similar to other countries. Another rests in the rise of the gig economy. Many of the jobs classified as such offer zero benefits to laborers. 

Many expectant mothers experience significant anxiety because of food insecurity. In a study of nearly 400 women, 22% were depressed, and 23% had an anxiety disorder. Food insecurity doubled the chances of a pregnant woman developing one of these conditions. These diseases often prevent people from seeking the care they need. 

4. You may crave unusual combinations 

Ah, cravings. Nearly every expectant mother has heard tales of pickles and ice cream at midnight. Some researchers believe pregnant women desire foods their bodies are deficient in. Others say the cravings are entirely psychological. To maintain proper nutrition, talk to your doctor about a supplement and double down on broccoli and other high-calcium, plant-based foods

You might also crave soda during pregnancy, as the carbonation can quiet intestinal distress. However, the sugar in this beverage packs on pounds and rots your teeth. A better choice is sparkling mineral water. If you don't like drinking it plain, add slices of cucumber and watermelon for flavor.

5. Your baby may adopt your tastes 

If you want your baby to eat healthy foods without complaint once they're born, you need to consume them during your pregnancy. Tests on amniotic fluid show what mom eats passes to the baby in utero. If you nosh down on carrots and radishes, your little one is more likely to consume them without complaint. If you feed yourself nothing but junk, don't act shocked when your toddler clamors for a drive-thru meal complete with a toy. 

From an evolutionary standpoint, this phenomenon makes perfect sense. After all, in the wild, infants eat what their mothers do. In our modern world, where additive-laden fast food is the norm, this technique offers one way to keep your child healthier. 

Feed Yourself Well Throughout Pregnancy

The foods you select throughout pregnancy significantly impact the health of your developing infant. To make sure your baby is born as healthy as possible, eat well!

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