She+ Pregnancy contains all the bioactive nutrients selected for their high assimilation in order to provide pregnant women with the energy and reserves necessary to conceive and to provide the essential nutrients for the proper development of the foetus.
During pregnancy, a healthy and varied diet should cover all the needs of the pregnant woman. However, gynaecologists regularly find deficiencies in vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids that are vital for proper foetal development. Health authorities, therefore, advise women to use supplements throughout the entire pregnancy. However, the choice and quality of nutrients is very important.
She+ Pregnancy contains all the necessary vitamin and mineral requirements in forms that are easily absorbed by the body (optimally bioavailable) to provide the pregnant woman with all the nutrients and energy necessary for the development of the foetus while remaining fit and full of vitality.
She+ Pregnancy consists of a double package containing the nutrient complex and a supplement of soft gel capsules containing omega-3 fatty acids from seaweed. Unlike other formulas on the market, our oil is not mixed with vitamins and minerals to ensure its stability, purity, effectiveness and good assimilation.
She+ Pregnancy provides pregnant women with adapted nutrients, on a daily basis, in particular:
Vitamin B9, which is particularly well assimilated in the form of calcium-L-methylfolate, contributes to the growth of the mother’s tissues during pregnancy. Low maternal folate status increases the risk of neural tube defects in the developing foetus.
Iodine contributes to the normal production of the thyroid hormones in the mother and to the normal functioning of the nervous system in the foetus. A maternal iodine deficiency can lead to abnormalities in the psychomotor development of the foetus.
The omega-3 fatty acids (DHA) contribute to the normal functioning of the brain and to the proper development of the foetal brain. Health authorities recommend a daily amount of at least 200 mg DHA. The She+ Pregnancy soft gel capsules provide 300 mg of vegetable DHA.
Vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 and folic acid, as well as minerals such as iron and magnesium help to reduce fatigue that can occur during the different phases of pregnancy.
Folic acid in the form of calcium-L-methylfolate, vitamins B12 and D, iron, magnesium and zinc play a role in the cell division process essential for foetal development.
Iron contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin. In order to prevent anaemia, especially towards the end of the pregnancy, Vitamin C has been added to the supplement to properly assimilate the iron, while vitamin B2 was added to contribute to the normal metabolism of iron.
Nutrition Complex Tablets
|Nutrients||per tablet||% RI*|
Vitamin B8 (Biotin)
Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)
2 mg (334 μg RE1)
1RE: Retinol equivalents (provitamin A)
*RI: Reference Intake
Seaweed Oil Capsules
|DHA||> 250 mg|
Directions For Use
From 16 years old: take 1 nutrition complex tablet + 1 seaweed oil capsule a day with a meal.
Precautions for use:
- Seek medical advice before using if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, suffering from food allergies or under medical supervision.
- This food supplement does not replace a balanced and varied diet or a healthy lifestyle.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Best before end: see bottom of the packaging.
- Store in a cool, dry place and keep away from heat, max 25°C.
High-quality supplementation for a healthy pregnancy
Pregnant women are in great need of vitamins and minerals for themselves and for the proper development of the foetus. Therefore, in addition to a healthy and balanced diet, a high-quality pregnancy supplement is recommended.
Developed specifically for pregnant women, She+ Pregnancy is an exceptional nutritional supplement that provides omega-3 fatty acids as well as vitamins and minerals in the best bioavailable form for the body. The combination and quality of the ingredients in the formula ensure the:
- Reduction of risks associated with nutrient deficiencies during pregnancy.
- Optimisation of foetal development (development of the brain, etc.)
- Maintenance of good health in pregnant women (reduced fatigue, etc.)
Nutritional advice for pregnant women
During the pregnancy period, women should be particularly vigilant about their diet. Alcohol should be avoided and caffeine intake should be significantly reduced. A healthy and balanced diet is imperative in order not to gain too much weight and provide the body with the necessary nutrients, such as:
Folates: Folic acid (vitamin B9), also known as folate, is essential for the growth of the baby. During the first weeks of pregnancy, folates play an important role in the proper development of the embryo’s nervous system. Although the necessary folic acid can be provided through the consumption of fruit and vegetables (spinach, watercress, lamb’s lettuce, melon, walnuts, chickpeas, chestnuts, dandelions, yeast) the daily intake is often insufficient. Therefore, the doctor or obstetrician will prescribe a vitamin B9 supplement.
Vitamin D facilitates the absorption of calcium. This vitamin is present in fatty fish (salmon, mackerel, sardines) and in dairy products enriched with vitamin D.
Iron is essential, especially towards the end of pregnancy, to prevent the risk of anaemia due to iron deficiency. Dried vegetables, fish and meat are high in iron.
Iodine is absolutely essential for the development of the baby’s brain and for the function of the mother’s thyroid gland. Iodine needs increase during pregnancy, while iodine deficiency in pregnant women is common. Iodised salt, everything from the sea, milk and eggs are rich in iodine.
The essential fatty acid DHA is an important component of cell membranes, particularly neurons. It contributes to the proper course of the pregnancy and to the development of the child. DHA also contributes to the visual and cerebral development of the unborn child. It is found in all oily fish and in all products of animal origin, where animals have been fed on linseed.
Vitamins that generally contribute to the proper functioning of the immune system and reduce fatigue are found in fresh fruits, vegetables, and legumes.