The Prenatal (for eggs)
If you're early in the journey or have a bun in the oven.
What makes it special.
- 30 daily packs to simplify your routine—just one sachet a day.
- Loaded with all the essentials to support you while you’re trying to conceive and when you're pregnant
- High-quality bioavailable ingredients (that means they’re ready for your body to use) at just the right dose that most other brands miss
- Vegan formula free of gluten, dairy, shellfish, yeast, colors/dyes and preservatives
Who it's designed for.
- are pregnant
- are under 30 thinking about trying
- are under 30 and have been trying for less than 6 months
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Choline is crucial for fetal brain development—and often lacking in diets and forgotten in prenatal formulas.
You always hear about Folic Acid for healthy brain and spine development, but Choline plays a huge role too, and many prenatals don’t pack enough. Tick both boxes with the recommended amount of Choline (which most prenatals skimp on or skip altogether) plus Methylated Folate (the version of Folic Acid that your body can put to work easily).
Iodine, Zinc and L-Selenomethionine each play an essential role in your thyroid hormones’ production, synthesis and metabolism, respectively.
Vitamin A is an essential nutrient for everyone but it’s extra crucial for egg health. You’ll often only find its precursor Beta-Carotene in prenatals, but we use a preformed version of the vitamin to make sure your eggs get the real deal.
What's in it?
When you’re trying (or thinking about it!), this comprehensive blend includes easy-to-absorb Iron to help your blood transport oxygen, Vitamin D for calcium absorption and immune aid, and Iodine, Zinc and L-Selenomethionine for thyroid support. Already pregnant? Methylated Folate (5-MTHF, the active form of Folic Acid), a B12 blend and choline support fetal brain, spine and nervous system development. And while most prenatals pack a Vitamin A precursor called Beta-Carotene, this one has the vitamin preformed so it can get straight to work.
Every cell in your body needs this Omega-3 Fatty Acid, but it’s not something you produce naturally and many diets fall short. During pregnancy, you need even more DHA because it gets used up fast for fetal brain, nervous system and eye development. Our DHA comes from algae oil so there’s no fishy aftertaste.
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s different about The Prenatal for eggs?
Our comprehensive prenatal blend includes easy-to-absorb Iron to help your blood transport oxygen, Vitamin D for calcium absorption and immune aid, and Iodine, Zinc and L-Selenomethionine for thyroid support. This formula also includes highly bioavailable methylated Folate (5-MTHF), a B12 blend and Choline to support fetal brain, spine and nervous system development if you are already pregnant. Added bonus: Our DHA comes from algae oil so there’s no fishy aftertaste!
Our medical and naturopathic doctors screened many prenatal vitamins on the market and ensured ours were packed with everything that they identified was missing from others. A key element in all of our formulas is the bioavailability of our raw ingredients - the vitamins and minerals are in their most absorbable form to ensure your body processes them efficiently and effectively.
I’m not pregnant or trying to conceive. Can I still take these prenatal supplements?Yes! It is recommended to take prenatal vitamins for at least three months before trying to conceive, but reproductive-aged women and people with eggs can take a prenatal vitamin daily. This recommendation is rooted in the fact that close to half of pregnancies in the United States are unintended and many people might not know that they are pregnant for the first few weeks. Since the baby grows rapidly during the first trimester (brain, spine, heart and organs are among the first to develop!), it is best to ensure that you are getting enough of the essential vitamins and minerals to support and optimize fetal development.
When can I start taking these prenatals and for how long?We recommend taking your prenatal supplements for at least three months before you start trying to conceive, to get your eggs and body ready for conception. Each sachet comes with three capsules - two Egg Essentials and one vegan DHA. You can take all of the supplements together after a meal, three hours before or after other medication. It’s important to take one sachet daily to ensure that your body is getting the best combination of nutrients it needs to support your fertility journey. You can continue taking The Prenatal for eggs during and after pregnancy too, as your body will need that nutritional support.
Why does this product say ‘for eggs’? What if I don't have eggs but am trying to get pregnant?
However you identify, our products are named for your biology, not your gender. The Prenatal for eggs is inclusive of all individuals with eggs and/or a uterus who are preparing or trying to conceive, or for those who are already pregnant.
Have a specific question about our products? Please send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you find the right products for you and/or your partner
What’s the difference between The Prenatal for eggs and The Power Prenatal for eggs?
The Prenatal for eggs and The Power Prenatal for eggs share the same foundation of essential nutrients needed for pregnancy - Iron, Vitamin D, Iodine, Zinc, L-selenomethionine, Methylated Folate (5-MTHF), Choline and Vegan DHA.
What’s different about The Power Prenatal for eggs is that it gives your eggs an extra dose of antioxidant lovin’ if your body’s clock is ticking. The Power Prenatal will give you a boost of CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10), PQQ (Pyrroloquinoline Quinone), NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine), Trans-Resveratrol, and other antioxidants to provide your egg with the fuel it needs to perform optimally.
Is The Prenatal for eggs vegan?Yes! The Prenatal for eggs is vegan.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and Health Canada. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.