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Old 01-08-2009, 02:46 PM   #1
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Default Neonatal supplements

EDIT: I mistyped and i mean't prenatal.

I recently found out a friend of mine and his wife conceived and after congratulating them, I asked if they were on prenatal supplements. He said she was, but he had no idea which one.

Does anyone know what prenatal supplements would be best? I want to know what nutrient profile is most important to someone in that situation, if possible. I would like to include it as part of a gift to them, in addition to some baby toys or something :P
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Do you mean neonatal for the child or postnatal for the mother?
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wow -- total slip.

Prenatal
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Here's the one my wife uses, Taryn is now 4 months old:
https://innateresponse.com/uploads/P...lRationale.pdf
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Thanks a bunch, Garrett.

I guess this is a good postnatal supplement, as well, then.
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There are two versions, one that is for trimester 1 & 2 (I also use it for women who are trying to get pregnant), and the one I posted which is for trimester 3 and beyond.
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