INDICATIONS

Food supplement useful in case of:

  • Increased need for micronutrients in pregnancy and breastfeeding

AVERAGE CONTENTS

COMPONETS FOR DAILY INTAKE (1soft gel)
Olio di pesce 285,8 mg (di cui DHA TG 200 mg)
Vitamina C 80 mg
Niacina 16 mg
Vitamina B5 6mg
Vitamina B12 2,5 mcg
Vitamina B2 1,4 mg
Vitamina B6 1,4 mg
Vitamina B1 1,1 mg
Acido Folico 400 mcg
Vitamina D 5 mcg
Biotina 50 mcg
Ferro 14mg
Zinco 10 mg
Rame 1 mg
Iodio 150 mcg
Selenio 55 mcg

RECOMMENDED DOSE

One soft gel per day

  

INDICATIONS

Food supplement useful in case of:

  • Increased need for micronutrients in pregnancy and breastfeeding

AVERAGE CONTENTS

COMPONETS FOR DAILY INTAKE (1soft gel)
Olio di pesce 285,8 mg (di cui DHA TG 200 mg)
Vitamina C 80 mg
Niacina 16 mg
Vitamina B5 6mg
Vitamina B12 2,5 mcg
Vitamina B2 1,4 mg
Vitamina B6 1,4 mg
Vitamina B1 1,1 mg
Acido Folico 400 mcg
Vitamina D 5 mcg
Biotina 50 mcg
Ferro 14mg
Zinco 10 mg
Rame 1 mg
Iodio 150 mcg
Selenio 55 mcg

RECOMMENDED DOSE

One soft gel per day

  

Perhaps you’re pregnant? Find it out!

The first signs that can indicate the difference between premenstrual syndrome and the onset of pregnancy are:

  • Tension at the breast and abdomen
  • Plant losses
  • Excessive tiredness and drowsiness
  • Nausea and amplified perception of odors
  • Increased basal temperature

DHA: all the benefits for you and the baby

Regular intake of Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) is very important, for both the mother and the baby, during and immediately after pregnancy.

The DHA contained in Probenat 200 is subjected to a special film treatment that eliminates the unpleasant fishy aftertaste typical of this component.

Main benefits of DHA

For the CHILD

  • Development of cognitive functions
  • Development of the visual function
  • Increased weight at birth

For the MOTHER

  • Pre-term delivery risk reduction
  • Reduction of the incidence of post-partum depression

ProbeNat 200, complete nutritional support from pregnancy to breastfeeding

Probenat 200: our suggestions

The “Italian Network of Folic Acid Promotion for the Prevention of Congenital Defects”, coordinated by the National Health Institute, recommends that “women planning a pregnancy, or who do not actively exclude the possibility, regularly take at least 400 μg of folic acid per day, to reduce the risk of congenital defects (spina bifida)”.

Folic Acid intake should start at least one month before conception.

Pelvic Floor Exercises

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