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Bassetts Vitamins Pregnancy

The RCOG and Bassetts Vitamins are working together to support women’s health with a focus on good maternal nutrition during pregnancy.

The partnership has been formed to highlight the importance of Folic acid and Vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy. The partnership includes educational content for pregnant women and for healthcare professionals, some guidance to advise them.

Bassetts Vitamins Pregnancy product can support a healthy pregnancy, and includes multivitamins, multiminerals and Omega-3 DHA.

Each one-a-day soft chewy pastille contains Folic acid which contributes to maternal tissue growth, at the levels recommended by the UK Department of Health and Social Care, plus Vitamin D to support healthy bones and muscle, and Omega-3 DHA which is an essential fatty acid. It also includes zinc to help support the immune system and iron to help reduce tiredness and fatigue.

Read more on the Bassetts Vitamins website

Bassetts Vitamins Pregnancy 

From the makers of Bassetts Vitamins for Children, Bassetts Vitamins Pregnancy is a soft and chewy, one-a-day supplement containing a blend of vitamins, minerals and oil, including Folic acid, Vitamin D and Omega-3 DHA to help you and your baby throughout pregnancy.

Bassetts Vitamins have been loved for decades for their delicious and fruity taste, and are now available to support your changing nutritional needs during pregnancy too.

They contain no added sugar, natural flavours and natural colours. Available from selected retailers including Boots.

Bassetts Vitamins

Bassetts Vitamins are supporting women’s health with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (registered charity no. 213280). Bassetts Vitamins Pregnancy Omega-3 DHA, Multivitamins & Multiminerals contains nutrients including folic acid, which contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy.