A prenatal multivitamin is designed to supplement the nutrients you receive from the foods you eat. While it’s theoretically possible to maintain a perfectly balanced diet, most people find that they need to supplement.
The nutrients that you receive in a multivitamin can be derived from many places, often created in a lab, or distilled from foods. New Chapter prenatals are a bit different.
They use a proprietary fermentation technology to create a supplement that is activated with the power of probiotics. The result is a pill that you can take on an empty stomach and that is gentle on your system — like any other food that you’d eat. That’s because these prenatals are made using a complex fermentation process.
Taking a vitamin made through a probiotic fermentation process like New Chapter prenatals means that the nutrients from Folate to Iron have been transformed for your benefit, and come with added superfoods too, like Blueberries and Broccoli sprouts.
New Chapter has been using fermentation even before it was cool. The benefits of fermentation have been incorporated into their multivitamins since 1986. Here’s how they do it: New Chapter uses a superbroth of beneficial probiotics, Saccharomyces yeast, and whole foods to culture a vitamin or mineral.
It takes hours, and it’s a several stage process, but the result is a whole-food probiotic-fermented vitamin that’s pretty unique.
Key herbal extracts such as organic lavender complete each New Chapter multivitamin. Their team of health experts is composed of naturopaths, nutritionists and master herbalists who specially formulate each multivitamin for a specific life stage or health need. Their prenatals contain fermented Folate, Vitamin D3, and Iron all to support a healthy pregnancy.
New Chapter was also the first to achieve Non-GMO Project verification and organic certification for their vegetarian multivitamins.
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