Prenatal Vitamins0

Prenatal Vitamins

Vitamin D3 is a hormone produced by the body in response to exposure to sunlight. It is essential for bone and teeth formation. It also helps regulate calcium levels in the blood and is involved in regulating the immune system. The recommended daily allowance of vitamin D3 is 600 IU (international units) per day for people over 50 years old.

Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that is important for the production of collagen, which is necessary for wound healing, blood vessel repair and maintenance of healthy skin. Vitamin C also plays an important role in maintaining a healthy immune system. A deficiency can lead to scurvy, a disease characterized by bleeding gums and bruising, and can also result in kidney stones. The recommended daily allowance of Vitamin C is 75 mg for adults.

The prenatal vitamins are used during pregnancy to prevent birth defects and to help ensure a healthy baby. They contain folic acid, iron, vitamin B12 and calcium. The recommended daily allowance for folic acid is 400 mcg. Iron is needed for normal red blood cell production and the development of healthy brain and nerves. Vitamin B12 is important for the production of red blood cells. Calcium is needed for healthy bones and teeth. The recommended daily allowance for iron is 18 mg for men and 16 mg for women. The recommended daily allowance for calcium is 800 mg for men and 700 mg for women.

There are a number of different brands of prenatal vitamins available. However, they all contain the same basic ingredients. The only difference between them is the amount of each ingredient. Some brands may contain additional ingredients such as zinc, selenium or magnesium. Vitamins are available in liquid form, tablet form, capsule form and powder form. You should consult your physician before taking any vitamin supplements.