Morning sickness – the struggle is real!
Morning sickness affects about 75% of pregnant women and can make it difficult to swallow pregnancy tablets. If you are suffering with nausea and vomiting, despite your best intentions, you may find it difficult to meet your nutritional needs from diet alone.
New guidelines from the Society of Obstetric Medicine of Australia and New Zealand (SOMANZ) recommend that pregnant women suffering from nausea and vomiting, discontinue multivitamin supplements containing excessive amounts of Iron (30-99mg/day), but should continue to supplement their daily intake with Folic Acid and Iodine.
MamaCare offers a solution to mums-to-be who are stuggling to keep food down because of nausea and vomitng.
May ease morning sickness
Pregnancy supplements in tablet form with excessive Iron may cause nausea. MamaCare has a moderate amount of Iron and may be better tolerated.
A shake not a tablet
MamaCare’s pregnancy shake offers a tasty alternative to pregnancy tablets. Morning sickness can make taking tablets difficult during pregnancy.
Liquids easier to keep down
Try drinking your vitamins and minerals in a MamaCare shake or smoothie, it will also keep you hydrated.
MamaCare is absorbed faster into the bloodstream – a must for women suffering from nausea and vomiting.
A complete meal
MamaCare is a complete, nutritionally balanced food high in Protein and is well tolerated when suffering from morning sickness.
Delicious and Nutritious
MamaCare is a great tasting shake. Add fruit to make a smoothie, and it becomes a perfect meal for those struggling with nausea, morning sickness or general food sensitivity.
7 out of 10 women experience nausea or vomiting in pregnancy and are at risk of nutrient deficiency due to reduced food intake.
How may MamaCare help?
MamaCare Pregnancy Supplement has a moderate amount of Iron and may be better tolerated when suffering morning sickness.
Providing 26 essential vitamins and minerals for pregnancy, including Folic Acid and Iodine ,B group vitamins, Protein and carbohydrates. MamaCare can play an important role by helping to meet the extra nutritional demands of pregnancy, particularly when women are suffering from nausea and vomiting and find it hard to keep food down. It’s also common for food aversions and sensitivity to smell to impact your daily nutrient intake.
MamaCare is a complete food
MamaCare Pregnancy Supplement is a complete food with each serve providing both micro-nutrients (vitamins and minerals) and macro-nutrients (protein, carbohydrates and fats) helping to meet the increased energy and nutrient requirements of pregnancy. MamaCare is speciffically formulated to support any nutritionals gaps in your diet when, because of nausea and vomiting, you are struggling to eat a perfectly balanced diet every day. It can be taken twice a day when you feel unwell anable to eat.
Recommended by Joel Feren, Accredited Practising Dietitian
“Many women suffer from nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and their food intake can be negatively impacted. Finding suitable options that provide a range of key nutrients and are well tolerated is challenging. MamaCare offers a solution to mums-to-be who can’t meet their nutritional requirements through food alone.”
“Many pregnant women with morning sickness report MamaCare is very well tolerated and in some cases the only food they can keep down.”
Protein helps with nausea
Include Protein in your meals, as it helps stabilise your blood glucose levels, reducing feelings of nausea. MamaCare is a complete, nutritionally balanced food high in Protein and has proved to be well tolerated when suffering from morning sickness.
Oats are a good source of Protein and carbohydrate to help calm a nauseous tummy.
A Shake a day
Simply mix 55g (2 heaped scoops) of MamaCare into 200ml of water and shake!
Add fresh fruit for a healthy smoothie
MamaCare tastes great shaken up with water, but adding your favourite fruits, nuts or seeds to make a smoothie,chia seed pudding, protien balls or yoghurt, MamaCare becomes a perfect snack or meal for those suffering nausea, morning sickness or general food sensitivity.