Swisse Launches NEW Swisse Ultinatal Pre-Conception Support Offering
Thinking about having a baby? Trying to get pregnant? Choosing to start or extend your family marks the beginning of an exciting and momentous journey. A journey in which preparation is key.
Ideally, preparing for a healthy pregnancy should commence prior to conception. Ensuring you are as healthy as possible in the pre-conception phase can help with conception and the pregnancy journey.
To help support you with your journey we have created two new premium quality formulations to support the health and wellbeing of mum and dad during the pre-conception phase.
Dads…this is for you!
NEW Swisse Ultinatal Men’s Pre-Conception Support, a comprehensive premium quality formula specifically tailored for men planning to conceive.
Formulated with a combination of vitamins and minerals including selenium, zinc, vitamins B6 and B12, as well as folic acid. Zinc helps support healthy sperm production, maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood and reproductive system health. Co-Enzyme Q10 acts as an antioxidant to help protect cells from free radical damage, as well as support cellular energy production. Cellular energy can influence sperm motility and spermatogenesis. This antioxidant formula also features vitamin E to help protect cells from oxidative stress.
Mums, it’s your turn!
NEW Swisse Ultinatal Pre-Conception & Pregnancy Multivitamin, a premium quality formula to support the increased nutritional needs, general health and wellbeing of mother before, during and after pregnancy.
The product delivers 21 key nutrients including 5-Methylfolate (active form of folic acid) combined with 500 mcg of folic acid, which may help to prevent neural tube defects (spina bifida & anencephaly) if taken daily at least one month before conception. Folic acid also helps prepare the body for pregnancy. The product also icludes low constipation iron that’s gentle on the stomach.
Swisse Ultinatal Range… for life’s greatest journey.
Always read the label. Use only as directed. Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.