McKinney Mommas: Premama Prenatal Vitamin Mix - Review & GIVEAWAY - ends 5/25 Google+

Friday, May 11, 2012

Premama Prenatal Vitamin Mix - Review & GIVEAWAY - ends 5/25


Is this going to be your FIRST Mother's Day?  If so, congratulations!

Are you pregnant, or trying to conceive, but not having a great experience with your prenatal vitamins?

Premama Prenatal Vitamin Mix, just might be the answer you've been looking for.  Scientifically designed to mix in with your favorite juice, iced tea or other beverage; this is an easy alternative to taking your prenatal vitamins the "old-fashioned" way.  



I know plenty of women, who HATE swallowing vitamins, and experience nausea & constipation when taking their prenatal pills - so the idea of drinking them in your favorite liquid sounds like a great solution to me.

I received a sample of Premama, and found it to be absolutely easy to use, as they come in little, one serving (sugar-like) packets that you can easily pour into any 6oz of liquid. If you're on the go, you don't need to hide a pillbox, in your purse, just slip one of these tiny little packets in your wallet, and you're good to go! Plus, I experienced no nausea or stomach discomfort after taking Premama!

What's INSIDE Premama?
  • Biotin - to support embryo growth*
  • B Vitamins - provide extra energy*
  • DHA Omega-3 fatty acid - has been suggested to support fetal cognitive development*
  • Coenzyme Q10 - may help protect against preeclampsia*
  •  Choline - protects against neural tube defects*
  • Ginger Root - reduces nausea*
  • Folic Acid - proven to reduce the risk of some birth defects by up to 70%*
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


Thinking about trying Premama? How about WINNING a 30-day supply, instead? Enter below!

 ~ GIVEAWAY ~ 
Prize: 30-day supply of Premama Prenatal Vitamin Drink Mix
Deadline: May 25, 2012
Mandatory Entry (1)
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(1) Leave Comment: Visit Premama, come back and tell us something (anything) you learned!

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(3) FOLLOW @drinkpremama and @mckinneymommas on TWITTER
(5) TWEET about this giveaway (be sure to mention @drinkpremama and @mckinneymommas)


* I was given a sample of Premama in order to facilitate this review. As always, my opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced by the complimentary sample. Also, I am not a doctor and have no authority to verify any medical or nutritional claims made here. Please check with your medical provider before taking any new medications or supplements.

49 comments :

  1. I didn't know that CoQ10 protected against pre eclampsia

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  3. I learned that this vitamin mix contains the most essential vitamins needed throughout a woman's pregnancy. It contains folic acid (which i learned can reduce risk of birth defects up to 70%), ginger root (which i learned help reduce nausea), choline, vitamin D3, DHA omega-3 fatty acids, B vitamins, coenzyme Q10 (which i learned it helps protect against preclampsia), iron, & biotin (which i learned help support embryo growth).

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  4. i added you to my Google Plus circle

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  5. I learned that folic acid reduces the risk of birth defects up to 70%, ginger root helps reduce nausea, and coenzyme helps protect against preclampsia during pregnancy

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  6. I added you to my Google Plus+ circle

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  7. I love that it has Ginger, Vitamin B6 and Magnesium to help with nausea and digestive relief

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  10. I tweeted https://twitter.com/#!/SecretsofKristi/status/201857103500029952

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  11. DHA is good for the baby's brain development, plus, it is thought to help avoid mom's post-partum depression! That fact,I did not know!

    These: folic acid, iron, DHA, CoQ10 and calcium, are to aid in avoided some common birth defects!
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  12. I learned it provides nausea relief and has only 6 calories! Maija pinkmaija at yahoo dot com

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  14. I like that they include Ginger Root: Helps with nausea relief

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  18. it has ginger to offset nausea
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  19. I learned it only has 6 calories! :D

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  20. It contains folic acid (which i learned can reduce risk of birth defects up to 70%)

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  24. I learned you should take Premama while trying to conceive. Would LOVE to win. Thanks so much
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  25. I like that it is 100 % natural and it has nausea relief.
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  27. follow on twitter @independentmami

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  30. Folic acid reduces risk of birth defects! Liked on fb! curtiss.24@osu.edu

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  31. Made with doctors for women.

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  34. Learned that it helps with nausea, maybe it will help keep the vitamins down!

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  37. ginger root helps with nasaea

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  38. I learned it is known to helps with nausea. lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com

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  41. It has Nasuea relief!


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  42. I learned Premama packs in Ginger, Vitamin B6 and Magnesium to help with nausea and digestive relief—two major side-effects of prenatal pills.

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  45. typically contain more folic acid and iron than do standard adult multivitamins
    Getting your daily nutrients has never been easier. Here's the rundown on what to look for in a best prenatal vitamins

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