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Mommy - YummygumsNL

MUMMY GUMMIES

With folic acid and vitamin D3
With folic acid and vitamin D3
Easy on the stomach, no heartburn
Easy on the stomach, no heartburn
Vegan
Vegan
Sugar-free
Sugar-free

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Vitamins for mums and mums-to-be, with folic acid and vitamin D3. The tastiest sugarfree prenatal gummy there is. This dose of vitamin D3 and folic acid is officially recommended by the National Health Service (source: nhs.uk).

• Supplement the necessary folic acid and vitamin D3
• Supports your baby's growth and development
• Supports the development of the placenta
• Supports your immunity
• Keeps your energy levels up

Yummygums
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Yummygums
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Yummygums

Raspberry flavour

Mummy is made with natural colourings and flavourings extracted from plant sources. The colouring comes from carrot- and black currant juice concentrate, with fresh sweet raspberry flavour. Mommy is free of sugars.

Usage instructions

Two gummies a day. Suitable from 18 years of age. Not necessary to take with water or food.

Storage and safety

Keep Yummygums dry, cool <21°C and out of the reach of children. Excessive use can have a laxative effect. Do not exceed recommended daily dose. Consult a doctor in case of medication or illness.

Main benefits

Taking folic acid (vitamin B11) is good for women trying to get pregnant. It also contributes to the formation of the placenta and the growth of your baby in general. The NHS recommends taking 400 micrograms of folic acid in addition to the diet. The composition of Yummygums Mommy is based on this guideline. The advice is to start taking extra folic acid at least one month before conception, and to continue taking it until the tenth week of pregnancy.

The NHS recommends taking an extra 10 micrograms of vitamin D daily when you are pregnant. Vitamin D aids in the cell division process and contributes to the development of tissues. Your body needs extra vitamin D to both support your baby's bone development and keep your own bones strong.

Iodine is important for the growth process of children. It plays an important role in the functioning of the nervous system and contributes to the metabolism of your child.Beta-carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body. Your body cleverly converts only the amount it needs. In this way you get exactly enough vitamin A with beta-carotene. This vitamin is good for your immune system and important for iron levels in the blood. During pregnancy and while you are breastfeeding, your body has a greater need for vitamin A.

Vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 and Vitamin C help reduce fatigue. This can help you when you don't sleep well and are feeling tired after and during pregnancy. So, you will go into the birth as well-rested as possible.

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2022 - Best Prenatal Vitamins (Hip & Healthy)


2022 - Editor's Choice Well-being Award (Beauty Shortlist)



Reviewed by an independent panel with a score of 8.3 (24 baby)

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THE INGREDIENTS

Folic acid (B11) i
Folic acid (B11)
200% NRV
Folic acid (B11)

Contributes to cell division during growth and is important for the production of red and white blood cells and the hereditary material

Vitamin D3 i
Vitamin D3
200% NRV
Vitamin D3

Aids in the process of cell division and contributes to the development of tissues. Needed to support both your own body and your baby's bone development

Iodine i
Iodine
100% NRV
Iodine

Important for the growth process of children and ensures proper functioning of the thyroid gland

Beta-carotene i
Beta-carotene
25% NRV
Beta-carotene

Converts to vitamin A in the body. Your body cleverly converts only the amount it needs. This vitamin is good for the immune system and important for iron levels in the blood. During pregnancy and while breastfeeding, your body has a greater need for vitamin A

Niacin (B3) i
Niacin (B3)
50% NRV
Niacin (B3)

Contributes to the energy supply of the cells and has a positive effect on the heart and blood vessels

Pantothenic acid (B5) i
Pantothenic acid (B5)
100% NRV
Pantothenic acid (B5)

Supports the formation of a number of hormones and a well-functioning nervous system

Vitamin B6 i
Vitamin B6
71% NRV
Vitamin B6

Important for a strong immune system, digestion, and metabolism

Biotin (B8) i
Biotin (B8)
60% NRV
Biotin (B8)

Plays an important role in building and breaking down

Vitamin B12 i
Vitamin B12
300% NRV
Vitamin B12

Essential for the production of healthy red blood cells. A long-term deficiency can lead to anemia

Vitamin C i
Vitamin C
50% NRV
Vitamin C

Maintains the immune system

Vitamin E (TE) i
Vitamin E (TE)
75% NRV
Vitamin E (TE)

Important for proper metabolism and maintenance of tissues

Zinc i
Zinc
35% NRV
Zinc

Ensures proper functioning of the immune and defense system

Selenium
Selenium
30% NRV
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Flavourful supplements

Got vitamins collecting dust in the cupboard? With Yummygums, that's a thing of the past. Our fruity vitamin gummies are too delicious to forget. This means you can look forward to working on your health every single day.

Premium quality

Yummygums contain only high-quality ingredients and therefore no artificial colours or flavours. They are also sugar-free, 100% vegan, halal-friendly, free of allergens/lactose/gluten and not tested on animals.

Backed by science

We only use proven ingredients, with a focus on traceability and transparency. Our unique formulations, created by a team of experts, help to support your goals as optimally as possible.

Safety first

Yummygums are developed and made in collaboration with pharmaceutical companies. Our products are certified and comply with all European regulations for foods and supplements. They are produced and packaged in Germany.

Kind to the planet

We care about your health, but also about the health of our planet. We use environmentally friendly shipping solutions and sustainable packaging.

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Kan ik deze Yummygums combineren?

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Why and when should I start taking Yummygums Mummy?

The Health Council recommends taking extra folic acid daily (400 micrograms per day). Folic acid plays a role in the placenta and the cell division process. Fetal cell division begins almost immediately after conception, often before you even know you're pregnant. Therefore, it's better to have an optimal level of folic acid before conception to support the optimal development of your baby. The advice is to take 400 micrograms of extra folic acid daily until the 10th week of pregnancy. Yummygums Mummy can assist you with this. It takes about four weeks for folic acid to be absorbed into your body. Therefore, the recommendation is to start taking folic acid from 4 weeks before conception until the tenth week of pregnancy. It's important to start well before pregnancy. Vitamin D3 is recommended as a supplement during and after pregnancy.

Which sweeteners do you use?

Yummygums contain the sweeteners stevia and maltitol. Stevia is a natural sweetener extracted from the leaves of the stevia plant. Maltitol is a sugar substitute that provides 75-90% of the sweetness. It is derived from maltose (malt sugar), which comes from wheat or corn. This sweetener has almost the same properties as sugar but is much healthier! Maltitol contains very few calories, is better for your teeth, and has less impact on your blood sugar levels.

Maltitol is a safe sweetener. When evaluating sweeteners, the effect on pregnant women is also considered. The Nutrition Center indicates that sweeteners, including maltitol, are not harmful. Moreover, Yummygums contain only a small amount of maltitol. So, you don't need to worry about this sweetener.

Can I recycle the Yummygums jars?

Yes, certainly! Once you remove the label, the Yummygums jars are recyclable. The transparent jars are made from rPET. An rPET jar is made from recycled polyethylene terephthalate (PET). That may sound complex, but it essentially means it's composed of previously used PET plastic. This makes our new jars 100% recycled and recyclable! Very environmentally responsible

Where is folic acid found?

Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is naturally found in various foods. Some good sources of folate include:

  • Green leafy vegetables: Spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and other green leafy vegetables are good sources of folate.
  • Legumes: Beans, lentils, chickpeas, and other legumes also contain significant amounts of folate.
  • Avocados: These creamy fruits are rich in folate and other healthy nutrients.
  • Citrus fruits: Oranges, grapefruits, and other citrus fruits also contain some folate.
  • Whole grains: Whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, and whole grain foods like brown rice and quinoa are good sources of folate.
  • Eggs: Eggs also contain folate, especially in the yolks.
  • Liver: Organ meats such as liver are a good source of folate but should be consumed in moderation due to their high vitamin A content.

What is folic acid?

Folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, is a vitamin that plays an essential role in various bodily functions. Folic acid supplementation increases the mother's folate status. Folate status refers to the amount of folic acid (also known as vitamin B9) in the body. It indicates whether someone has enough folic acid for normal bodily functions. A low folate status of the mother is a risk factor for the development of a neural tube defect in the developing fetus.

Folic acid is therefore mainly known for its important role during pregnancy, where it helps with the baby's development and prevents neural tube defects such as spina bifida. It is therefore often recommended as a supplement for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant.

Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin, which means that your body cannot store it well and the unused part leaves your body again.

What is folic acid good for?

Folic acid is primarily known for its crucial role during pregnancy, where it aids in baby development and prevents neural tube defects such as spina bifida. Therefore, it is often recommended as a supplement for women who are pregnant or planning to conceive.

It plays an essential role in various bodily functions. Folic acid supplementation increases the mother's folate status. Folate status refers to the amount of folic acid (also known as vitamin B9) in the body, indicating whether someone has sufficient folic acid for normal bodily functions. A low folate status in the mother is a risk factor for the development of a neural tube defect in the developing fetus.

Folic acid is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning that your body cannot store it well, and any unused portion is excreted from your body.

How much folic acid during pregnancy?

When you are planning to conceive or already pregnant, it is advisable to start taking supplemental folic acid. It is recommended to take 400 mcg of folic acid every day. The advice from the Health Council (2024) is to start taking folic acid at least four weeks before pregnancy and to continue taking it until at least week 10 of pregnancy.

The upper limit is set at a maximum of 1000 mcg per day.

When to start taking folic acid?

The recommendation from the Health Council (2024) is to start taking folic acid at least four weeks before pregnancy and to continue this until at least week 10 of pregnancy.

Which vitamin during pregnancy?

During and before pregnancy, the use of folic acid (vitamin B9) is recommended. Folic acid supplementation increases the maternal folate status. The folate status refers to the amount of folic acid (also known as vitamin B9) in the body. It indicates whether someone has enough folic acid for normal bodily functions. A low folate status of the mother is a risk factor for the development of a neural tube defect in the developing fetus.

Additionally, vitamin A is actually discouraged during pregnancy, as it increases the risk of abnormalities during pregnancy. Therefore, a pregnancy supplement without vitamin A is recommended.

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