Gravipur® is a food supplement of vitamins and minerals, with Schizochytrium oil, a source of DHA. The folic acid * present in the formula contributes to the growth of maternal tissues during pregnancy.
The period of pregnancy and breastfeeding represent two crucial moments for the woman in every aspect of her life, even in terms of food, where the diet significantly affects the well-being of the mother herself and the healthy development of the unborn child.
It is known that in order to maintain the optimal state of health of the future mother and reduce the risk of malformations or diseases of the child, it is essential to respect the particular nutritional requirements of the moment which change according to the physiological changes that the female body undergoes together with the nutritional needs. for the physiological development of the fetus. Food supplements for pregnancy, commonly recommended by gynecologists and obstetricians, are used for this, accompanied by support for a correct and healthy diet, to try to prevent (see for folate) and compensate for any specific deficiencies (the best known is that of iron) which can often occur for various reasons, such as in the case of women smokers or alcoholics, of unbalanced diet, vegetarian or non-vegetarian women who have an unbalanced diet, or twin pregnancies.
Gravipur® is a multivitamin and multimineral food supplement specific for pregnancy and lactation, designed to fill any nutritional gaps and ensure that mother and baby have all the nutrients necessary for the baby's neurocerebral and physiological development and to maintain health. of both.
Gravipur® contains Quatrefolic folic acid, the active form of folic acid, (particularly important in this period as it has long been shown to reduce neural tube defects in children), B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D, iron, Highly absorbed magnesium bisglycinate, Iodine, Zinc, Beta Carotene and omega 3 DHA fatty acids of algal origin for the brain, cognitive and ocular development of the child.
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