Vitamin E is beneficial during pregnancy to support healthy circulation, healthy blood and may even help prevent stretch marks. It is best used pre conception to 8 months. It is recommended to stop taking vitamin E in the last month of pregnancy as a precaution due to its very slight blood thinning effect and the impending labour.
Contains vitamin E plus other beneficial nutrients for Mum and baby.
For healthy circulation, blood and stretchmark prevention.
Good dietary sources of vitamin E are found in avocados, olive oil, dark green leafy vegetables, almonds, brown rice, wheatgerm, eggs and flaxseed oil.
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