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Thrive Offers New Prenatal Vitamins Gluten Free Product For Celiac And Gluten-Sensitive Moms-To-Be

Celiacs and gluten sensitive expectant moms have concerns that choosing a gluten-free diet while being pregnant won't give the developing baby enough nutrients. Thrive company offers prenatal vitamins gluten free for pregnant women and breastfeeding moms who have been diagnosed with celiac disease or have non-celiac gluten intolerance (NCGI), or gluten sensitivity to help support the nutritional needs of pregnancy. During pregnancy, it is crucial for women with celiac disease or who have gluten sensitivity to follow a strict gluten-free diet. Expectant moms need to be extra careful with gluten in the diet as this can cause severe complications in the pregnancy such as an increased risk of anemia, higher risk of preterm labor, giving birth to small-for-gestational-age babies, and higher risk of stillborn infants. However, a gluten-free diet can be lacking in nutrients that are vital to a healthy pregnancy. Several researches have shown that the gluten-free diet is often found to … [Read More...]

Thrive+ Company Has New Prenatal Vitamins All Natural Without Toxic Food Additives

Thrive company, the makers of Thrive+ prenatal multivitamins, addresses the safety of many food additives in prenatal vitamins as it launches a new all-natural, additive-free vitamin formula specifically made for pregnant and breastfeeding women. Many prenatal vitamins contain hidden additives such as artificial colors, flavors and preservatives that can compromise the health of the mother and the normal development of the baby in the womb. Sherry Torkos, a holistic pharmacist, author, lecturer and leading health expert warns that even with the most popular brands of prenatal vitamins a pregnant woman may be swallowing hidden toxins, chemicals, dyes and potential allergens along with the essential pregnancy nutrients. “Many of the best prenatal vitamins contain additives such as binders, coatings, colors, disintegrants, emulsifiers, fillers, flavorings, flow agents, humectants, preservatives, sweeteners and thickeners, artificial colors and fillers,” Torkos explains. “Some of … [Read More...]