I take vitamins almost every single day. When life is busy, sometimes it’s not always easy to eat as best as I should. So, I like to take a multivitamin to help ensure I get the vitamins I may not have time to eat. My go-to brand for vitamins is Rainbow Light. I can’t remember how I stumbled upon this brand. However, I have to say I love them! I’ve been loyal to them for quite a few years. So, I was super excited when I got the opportunity to see some of their new products and introduce them to you.
If you’re not familiar with this company, Rainbow Light is a leading manufacturer that, according to the company’s website, “was founded in 1981 in beautiful Santa Cruz, California by a team of individuals with a shared passion for providing healthy nutritional supplements grounded in the power of nature.”
Vibrance For The First Thousand Days!
Recently, Rainbow Light launched their Rainbow Light Vibrance for the First Thousand Days, which is a multivitamin line to help provide support to mom and developing baby from conception to when baby reaches 24 months of age. What this involves is 6 different dietary supplements that are specially formulated to help mom and baby with their unique needs during such an important time when much growth and development of baby occurs. The unique line includes the various vitamins listed below (the first 5 are for mom to take and the Nutristart is for baby to take):
- Preconception Multivitamins,
- Prenatal Multivitamins for Trimester 1,
- Trimester 2 Prenatal Multivitamins,
- Trimester 3 Prenatal Multivitamins,
- Postnatal Multivitamins, and
- Nutristart Plus Multivitamin Powder
These Rainbow Light supplements are made with fruits, vegetables, and probiotics and are non-GMO Project Verified (even the Nutristart Plus). Also, the Nutristart powder has a neutral taste so baby will be more likely to take it.
Rainbow Light Goes The Extra Mile
I appreciate that Rainbow Light puts a lot of thought and planning into their line of dietary supplements. For example, their Trimester 1 Prenatal Multivitamin contains a unique ginger extract, which “helps ease nausea*” (taken from package). And, their Postnatal Multivitamin “provides moringa, traditionally used by breastfeeding mothers for lactation*” (taken from package). I think that it is wonderful that a vitamin company thinks of the unique needs of a pregnant mom and infant. And, they create a supplement that helps meet those needs.
You can purchase this fantastic line of supplements on the Rainbow Light website. Give them a try and see what you think. Even if you’re not considering having a baby, Rainbow Light has a ton of other supplement options that are worth looking into.
Remember, however, every woman and child is different, and sometimes their needs can vary from what is expected. Please always consult with your physician and pediatrician before starting a supplement of any sort. That will help ensure it’s the right choice for both you and baby (or babies).
*”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” (from package).
I am not a medical expert. The information in this post should not substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information in this post is for general informational purposes only.
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