Pregnancy Supplements

What pregnancy supplements are out there and which is best to take? We show you what’s in some of the most popular brands

Wild Nutrition Food State Pregnancy

A blend of Food-State nutrients and Whole Food concentrates formulated to support your nutritional needs during pregnancy. Includes; Zinc, Vitamin B3, Chromium, Vitamin B12, Iron, Magnesium, Selenium and Vitamin D.


Pregnacare® Plus


Includes the recommended level of 400mcg folic acid plus an additional Omega-3 capsule to provide a rich source of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) essential fatty acids, in addition to the most crucial vitamins for pregnancy.


Don’t like taking tablets? See these enriched bars that you can snack on and get your pregnancy vitamins


Pregnapure® Pregnancy & New Mum


Offers nutritional support during pregnancy and early motherhood and has all the vitamins and minerals that you need for before and after the birth, especially when you have extra demands on your body from breastfeeding.




Sanatogen Pregnancy Mum To B3

Multivitamin and multimineral supplement from a company that’s been making vitamins for decades. With Folic acid, tailored for women planning pregnancy, during pregnancy and whilst breast feeding.



Spatone® Apple Iron Supplement


One of the easiest ways to take iron, without the side effects such as constipation, this is simply iron rich water mixed with Apple concentrate and added Vitamin C. It comes in 28 ready to drink sachets.


Solgar Prenatal Nutrients Tablets Solgar Prenatal Nutrients Tablets


This comprehensive vitamin and mineral supplement with added Folic acid contains Vitanins A, C, D, B12 and E as well as iron, zinc, calcium, magnesium and thiamin to take you all the way through pregnancy.



Daghni RajasingamWant to read more about what supplements to take during pregnancy? See great advice from Daghni Rajasingam, Consultant Obstetrician at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust and Nutritionist Henrietta Norton




Confused about what foods you can’t eat during pregnancy? See our helpful list here

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