DOPELHERZ ACTIVE MAMA contains 12 vitamins, 5 minerals and microelements, fully combined with Omega-3 fatty acids, to meet the increased needs before, during and after pregnancy.
DOPPELHERZ ACTIVE MAMA Ingredients:
Vitamin : / for 1 capsule and for daily dosage = 2 capsules /
Beta-Carotene - 1 mg - 2 mg
contain Vitamin A - 167 μg, 333μg
Vitamin E - 6.5 mg, 13 mg
Vitamin D3 - 2.5μg, 5μg
Vitamin C - 55 mg, 110 mg
Pantothenic acid - 3 mg, 6 mg
Vitamin B1 - 0.6 mg, 1.2 mg
Vitamin B2 - 0.75 mg, 1.5 mg
Vitamin B6 - 0.95 mg, 1 , 9 mg
Folic acid - 300μg, 600μg
Biotin - 30μg, 60μg
Nicotinamide - 7.5 mg, 15 mg
Vitamin 12 - 1.75μg, 3.5μg
Minerals and trace elements: / for 1 capsule and for daily dosage = 2 capsules /
Iron - 7.5 mg, 15 mg
Calcium - 100 mg, 200 mg
Magnesium - 45 mg, 90 mg
Zinc - 5 mg, 10 mg
Iodine - 50μg, 100 μg
Omega 3 fatty acids
Salmon oil - 225 mg contains 50 mg of DHA, 450 mg contains 100 mg of DHA
Folic acid is an indispensable nutrient necessary for the healthy growth and development of the baby during pregnancy. It is important for normal cell division as well as for a number of metabolic processes. Women who consume sufficient amounts of folic acid as part of a healthy diet before pregnancy can help reduce the risk of birth defects in the baby's brain and spine. Folic acid is important for the closure of the neural tube in the embryo, which is why it is especially needed during pregnancy. Neural tube closure normally occurs between 22 and 28 days of pregnancy. Often at this time women have no idea that they are pregnant. It is therefore recommended for all women who are planning a pregnancy, to think at least 4 weeks before conception about adequate supply of the mother's body with folic acid. Taking folic acid supplements before and during pregnancy is highly recommended.
Iodine intake in pregnant women is also essential, as the fetus receives iodine from the mother's body. As part of thyroid hormones, iodine is important for growth, organ differentiation and regulation of metabolism. It plays an important role in the production of thyroid hormones that are involved in metabolism. These hormones control many metabolic processes, such as growth, energy metabolism, bone formation and brain development.
During pregnancy, women's need for iron increases significantly.
Iron ensures the formation of red blood cells and the transport of oxygen in the blood. Daily iron requirements are twice as high during pregnancy.
Zinc is important for cell health. It plays a role in cell repair and protection, and is needed to protect the body. It is necessary for hormonal balance and the immune system.
Useful Omega-3 fatty acids and DHA for mother and child.
Important representatives of Omega-3 fatty acids are eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic. DHA is important for eye function and normal brain development of the embryo. The mother must provide enough DHA during pregnancy.
The body cannot produce Omega-3 fatty acids, so they must be taken with food. However, only a few foods contain these fatty acids. Cold-water fish such as salmon, herring and mackerel are good sources. If these recommendations are followed, fish is an important food during pregnancy in order to supply Omega-3 fatty acids, as well as the trace elements iodine and selenium. However, the recommendation to eat fish at least twice a week should be considered with special care. Some health agencies recommend assessing the health benefits as well as the potential risk to pregnant and breastfeeding women. Because mostly oily fish accumulate harmful substances, the intake of dietary supplements enriched with Omega-3 is preferable during pregnancy. The production technology ensures a high degree of purity of the ingredients. Thus, the mother's body receives the necessary amount of essential Omega-3 fatty acids for the fetus, without the risk of ingesting contaminated fish products.
Magnesium is important for muscles, nervous system and energy recovery. It plays a significant role in bone mineralization and muscle contraction. Magnesium deficiency can manifest itself in painful cramps in the calves at night. Adequate magnesium intake is important for the natural development of pregnancy.
Vitamins E and C support cellular protection. They are strong antioxidants.
Vitamin D3 is needed for the absorption of calcium, which is involved in bone structure and sufficient daily intake has a significant effect on the fetus.
Vitamin B1, niacin and pantothenic acid are needed by cells to extract energy from carbohydrates.
Vitamin B2involved in the protection of cells, especially nerve cells.
Vitamin B6 , niacin and pantothenic acid are vital for protein, carbohydrate and fat metabolism of the nervous system and the body as a whole.
Vitamin B12 is key to hematopoiesis and is especially important for the entire nervous system.
Biotin is important for building healthy skin, hair and nails.
Dopelhertz Active Active Mama helps to cover the increased needs of vitamins, minerals, trace elements and Omega-3 fatty acids of pregnant women, nursing mothers and women who are planning a pregnancy.
DOPPELHERZ ACTIVE MAMA Recommendations:
During pregnancy and lactation: after consulting a doctor, take 2 capsules daily with meals, with enough fluids.
For those planning a pregnancy - 1 capsule daily
Do not chew. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
1 capsule corresponds to 5.3 kcal / 22.1kJ
DOPPELHERZ ACTIVE MAMA Composition:
calcium carbonate, gelatin, marine fish oil, soybean oil, glycerol, sorbitol, magnesium oxide, calcium ascorbate, iron fumarate, beeswax, soy lecithin, nicotinamide, alpha tocopherol, zinc oxide, calcium panthonate pantothenate carotene, riboflavin, thiamine nitrate, folic acid, potassium iodide, biotin, cholecalciferol, cyanocobalamin.