Washington, DC (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Preggo mammas can say goodbye to the nose-holding, horse pills, gagging and overall dread associated with taking a prenatal vitamin. Savvy women’s health company, VitaMamma has revolutionized the dreaded prenatal vitamin with the inaugural new BabyMamma Prenatal Vitamins. A “sweet revolution” in prenatal nutrition, BabyMamma Prenatals wrap natural, advanced nutrition prenatal nutrients in a proprietary sweet coating which effectively masks the nasty vitamin smells and tastes which set already queasy mammas over the edge and allows more important nutrients to benefit both baby and mamma. No more vitamin gagging = happy mammas and healthier babies.
Dreamt up by a stylish mamma of four who could barely keep down food, let alone prenatal vitamins and developed by a team of the industry’s most esteemed nutritional experts, BabyMamma was designed to make providing quality health for growing babies and expectant mammas a more positive experience. The “sweet” little vitamins feature advanced American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommended nutrition for baby’s healthy development including folic acid, iron and calcium, plus an additional dose of Vitamin B6 which has proven to ease some of the nausea that most women experience during pregnancy. BabyMamma uses high quality, all-natural ingredients and is packaged in recycled, sustainable bottles.
“When expectant women explain to their doctors that their prenatal vitamins are making them more nauseous, most often they are just told to stop taking the vitamin. As an important component of prenatal health, women should have another option,” said Dusty Lockhart, co-founder of VitaMamma. “I used to cringe, stall and gag every time I had to take a prenatal vitamin. BabyMamma Prenatal Vitamins take the 'ick' out of the experience and give mammas a gag & nausea free choice.”
In addition to helping hip mammas up the ante on their prenatal vitamin experience, VitaMamma is committed to uniting mothers to improve overall health, understanding and compassion domestically and around the world with Mammas Helping Mammas. VitaMamma founded Mammas Helping Mammas™, an interactive fundraising charity aiming to unite mothers to improve of maternal health and wellness across the globe. $1 from the purchase of every bottle of BabyMamma Prenatal Vitamins will go to Mammas Helping Mammas™ and 100% of donated funds will be used to support maternal health and wellness initiatives. In addition to VitaMamma’s fundraisers, interested mammas can support efforts by donating time and spreading the word. Tools and information is available at http://vitamamma.com/mammas-helping-mammas/.
VitaMamma’s interactive website is not only the place to buy sweet, easy-to-swallow prenatals for the hip mamma, but also a resource for mammas throughout pregnancy with a useful “Preggo Calendar” which provides a due date calculator for hopeful mammas-to-be and a week-by-week pregnancy calendar providing information on baby’s growth and health and lifestyle tips for mammas with a bun-in-the-oven.
BabyMamma Prenatal Vitamins are currently sold online at http://www.vitamamma.com and are $34.50 per bottle. The sweet little vitamins will be offered for a launch special of $27.50 with complimentary shipping through October 2012.
VitaMamma is devoted to moms and develops products that make life a little easier and healthier for our fellow mammas. Created by mothers and developed by medical experts, our products inspire health and vitality for the baby-making, baby-growing or baby-raising and support the needs of the modern Mamma. We believe that good nutrition isn’t about surviving – it’s about thriving and from innovating prenatal vitamins by creating a prenatal that Mammas can actually swallow to sponsoring events such as prenatal yoga in parks, VitaMamma’s products inspire vitality. From newborn all-nighters to the boardroom; dance recitals to football practice, modern Mammas are all over the place and VitaMamma provides a nutritional center of balance that helps keep it all together. For more information, visit http://www.vitamamma.com.