Becoming pregnant is a lifechanging event and with it comes the overwhelming amount of information on diet and nutrition during pregnancy. Having a healthy and balanced diet will generally provide you with most of the vitamins and minerals your body needs, though Vitamin D may be an exception to this rule.
The NHS recommends taking Vitamin D throughout pregnancy and if breastfeeding, with a suggested daily intake of 10 micrograms per day. Vitamin D can be found in naturally oily fish, meat and eggs however it can be difficult to get enough through food alone.
Get More Drinks have delevoped a great tasting, sugar free alternative to taking a supplement in pill form. Containing the recommended 10 micrograms of Vitamin D, as well as 120 milligrams of calcium, this mango & passion fruit still drink is an essential addition to any daily preganancy routine.
Get More Vitamin D is not only offering the benefits to your baby but also protects your own immune system and helps maintain your own healthy teeth and bones.
Furthermore Vitamin D is known as a great natural mood lifter and this sugar free drink - made with spring water and natural flavours - contains only 7 calories per bottle.
The ‘Get More’ range consists of: Get More Vitamin A to support healthy skin and vision, Get More B Vitamins to help the body release energy Get More Vitamin C to support the immune system, Get More Vitamin D to support healthy bones Get More Multivitamins to help keep the body healthy and Get More Minerals to provide essential nutrients. The 330ml kids’ range, ‘A Little More’ includes: A Little More Vitamin C, A Little More Vitamin D and, A Little More Multivitamins.
Get More drinks have gone from strength to strength since launching in 2013, meeting the ever-increasing consumer need for healthier alternatives to sugary soft drinks.
Get More Vitamin D in particular is clearly showing to be a fantastic proposition, priced from £1.25 and now stocked in over 5,000 shops nationwide, including selected Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, WH Smith, Spar, Superdrug, Roadchef, Center Parcs, as well as a number of independent convenience stores nationwide and on Ocado.