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About Nature's Dynamics
Nature's Dynamics is the first to offer plant based vitamins and minerals from organic ingredients in a delicious whole food gummy. Bringing the science of nature back into nutrition, Nature’s Dynamics proudly uses water extracted vitamins and minerals from organic whole food ingredients with NO single isolate vitamins and NO synthetic sources.
Nature's Dynamics brings you the first & only line of gummy supplements utilizing plant-based vitamins and minerals, all Made in the USA!
Only the best for mother and child
Plant Based Folate & Nutrients
Folate supplementation before and during pregnancy is vital to ensure healthy development of your child and lessen the risk of neural tube defects.
Nature’s Dynamics offers the only gummy prenatal vitamin on the market with folate from organic plant sources
Whole Food Multivitamin Blend
Nature’s Dynamics PreNatal Plus Whole Food Gummy is not just an easy-to-digest and organic prenatal supplement, but an entire multivitamin blend formulated specifically for the expecting mother!
PreNatal Plus includes our entire Berry Garden Blend derived from fruit and vegetable extracts to support healthy estrogen, metabolism, and breast health, all while tasting delicious!
Tailored For This Most Important Time
PreNatal Plus Gummy contains an assortment of B Vitamins extracted from whole food sources that are vital in supporting a healthy and efficient body before and during pregnancy.
These include thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, and folate.
The Nutrients Your Child Needs
Nature’s Dynamics PreNatal Plus provides an entire spectrum of vitamins and minerals that are vital to the healthy development of your baby, all from organic, plant based sources!
B-Vitamins are essential to many functions of the body as well as to the development of your child. PreNatal Plus Gummy by Nature’s Dynamics comes packed with Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B9 (Folate). These vitamins function mostly in metabolism but also influence the synthesis of DNA/RNA, the nervous system, brain and immune system development, as well as helping regulating blood pressure.
Vitamin B9, or folate, may be the most important prenatal vitamin because of its preventative properties. Folate plays a substantial role in the synthesis and metabolism of DNA, and due to the ample needs of a mother supporting a developing child, more folate is needed than normal to protect against birth defects, such as spina bifida (where the baby’s spinal cord fails to develop properly) and anencephaly (where the baby is born with missing parts of the brain and skull). Folate supplementation is especially important during the first trimester, the time when the baby’s spinal cord is undergoing the most growth and development. Many experts even recommend folate supplementation before conception to ensure levels are where they should be for the early stages of pregnancy.
Vitamin C & Vitamin E
Vitamin C is important for the expecting mother because it is essential in tissue repair, bone growth, healthy skin, and fighting infection. Collagen, a structural protein, is only produced when Vitamin C is present, and this material is crucial to the development of bones, cartilage, tendons, and skin. Some researchers also believe that a baby with Vitamin C deficiency can have impaired mental development or poor iron absorption.
Vitamin E, an antioxidant, is also a fundamental part of pregnancy nutrition, as it can aid in forming and using red blood cells, and well as helping the development of skeletal muscle. Vitamin E deficiency can manifest anemia, which may then result in premature delivery of the child.
Nature’s Dynamics PreNatal Plus Gummy includes iron in its ingredient list due to its role in making hemoglobin and myoglobin (proteins that carry oxygen throughout the body). Iron is also an important component of collagen (a structural protein used in forming bone, cartilage, and other connective tissue) and also enzymes.
Many women begin their pregnancies with an iron deficiency, making supplementation that much more important as an iron deficiency during pregnancy can lead to preterm delivery, low birth weight, or even infant mortality.
Mother and child both need zinc during development as it is imperative to the production, repair, and general functioning of DNA. Zinc is important to maintain rapid cell growth, as well as supporting the immune system.
Having a zinc deficiency during pregnancy can cause complications such as miscarriage, low birth weight, or pre-eclampsia.
Where to buy...
Nature's Dynamics products are available in multiple vitamin shop locations
“ I've been ordering this prenatal vitamin for a few months now and I love them. They taste great and I don't have to worry about swallowing a pill (which I hate to do). I'm happy that I found a good quality, whole food, and all natural prenatal vitamin. ”
Not Just A PreNatal Supplement
Includes a whole food multivitamin blend made with fruits, vegetables, & flaxseed
Guava is rich in vitamins and minerals such as antioxidant Vitamin C, iron, and is also abundant in flavonoids. Guavas are also a good source of B-complex vitamins.
Lemons, or citrus limon, are a fantastic source of Vitamin C and are also a great source of folate. The folate used in PreNatal Plus is proudly sourced from Citra Folate extraction from citrus limon, or lemon.
Sesbania is a tree native to India whose leaves contain iron, Vitamin A, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), and Vitamin C. Considered sacred in Ayurvedic medicine, sesbania has been in use in Eastern cultures as a dietary addition as well as to treat various ailments.
Indian Gooseberry, or amla, is abundant in Vitamin C content, and also contains vitamins and minerals such as phosphorus, iron, and B-complex vitamins. Amla is also a powerful antioxidant.
Used in Ayurvedic medicine as an adaptogen, Holy Basil enhances the body’s response to both physical and emotional stress. The herb native to tropical Asia also demonstrates antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties.
Annatto has been used in Caribbean and Central American cultures for thousands of years. High carotenoid content makes annatto great for eye health, and it can also act as an antioxidant.
Flaxseed is rich in alpha linolenic acid and Omega 3 fatty acid, which may be responsible for lowering LDL blood cholesterol and overall reduction of cardiovascular health risks.
Oranges are one of the most popular sources of Vitamin C, but the fruit is also a good source of folate. Inclusion of oranges in the diet can benefit the immune and cardiovascular system.
Pineapple juice is loaded with Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and B-complex vitamins, as well as a spectrum of minerals. Pineapple juice can be a digestive aid, an anti-inflammatory, and an antioxidant.
Broccoli boasts an impressive resume as a good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, B-complex vitamins, as well as manganese and chromium. Broccoli may decrease the risk of obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.
Tomatoes are well known as an antioxidant as well as having a high concentration of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, biotin, potassium, and folate. Tomatoes have been linked with better heart health as well by lowering LDL cholesterol.
Due to their high beta-carotene content, carrots are most notable for their benefits to eye health. Carrots include Vitamin A, biotin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and manganese.
Cranberries are widely used to prevent UTIs and are even a powerful antioxidant. Improved immune function and decreased blood pressure are some benefits linked to cranberries. They include Vitamin C, Vitamin B5, manganese, and copper.
Ginger has been in use for thousands of years in Eastern medicine as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and as a tool used to alleviate gastrointestinal discomfort, such as nausea and vomiting.
Exotic papaya is extremely high in its vitamin and mineral content. High Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and folate content make the tropical fruit a great addition to the diet. Magnesium and potassium are also found in papayas.
Orgen-P, or organic pomegranate peel extract, contains twice the antioxidants than the pulp of the fruit. The antioxidant properties of pomegranate have been shown to inhibit LDL oxidation and therefore lessening the risk of hardening arteries.
Apples contain a notable amount of Vitamin C, as well as B-complex vitamins, vitamin A, and vitamin E.
Blueberries contain high levels of manganese, vitamin C, and copper, making it a superb antioxidant. New research shows blueberries may even protect and preserve cognitive function.
A descendant of wild cabbage, kale is a wonderful source of Vitamin C, beta-carotene, manganese, and a variety of flavonoid. With these tools, kale provides antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.
Parsley’s healing properties are often overlooked, but the common table garnish is packed with volatile oils and flavonoids which make it a superb antioxidant. On top of that, parsley is a good source of Vitamin C and Vitamin A.
Rich in vitamins and minerals, spinach is also concentrated in carotenoids and flavonoids to provide you with powerful antioxidant protection. In addition more than a dozen different flavonoid compounds in spinach function as anti-inflammatory agents.
Proud Moms share what they think about Nature’s Dynamics PreNatal Plus
"These are amazing! I was looking for a prenatal with folate instead of folic acid. This met that expectation! I also can't swallow big pills. These taste great!! I'm really impressed with the ingredients. Will definitely buy again!"
Sarah Granderson Mom of 7 months old Jessica
"I love that these gummies are easy to take, taste yummy, and contain natural ingredients along with folate! I absolutely recommend these to any expecting mommas who struggle swallowing horse pills. So glad I found these!"
Amanda McMurphy 4 months pregnant
“ This gummy is the only PreNatal vitamin I can stomach! I've been very sick with hyperemisis during my pregnancy and if it weren't for your product I would not have been able to take vitamins during pregnancy! ”
Frequently Asked Questions
Below you can feature answers to most frequently asked questions
- What is the best way to take PreNatal Plus Gummy (daytime, before or after meal)?
Some expecting mothers report nausea after taking a prenatal supplement, so it is generally recommended to take them at night to potentially avoid side effects by sleeping.
- What is the recommended serving size for the prenatal?
The recommended serving size is 2 gummies
- Do the prenatal vitamin gummies have a sugar coating on it?
Our Prenatal Plus Gummy does not have sugar coating.
- Why isn’t there a vitamin with 100% daily value? Especially prenatal.
Many of the foods we eat in our daily lives contain or are fortified with vitamins. Research shows that in many cases we are going over the RDA, and this could be harmful. By not supplying 100% of some vitamins, we leave room for the other vitamins you are likely consuming during your day.
Please keep in mind that the RDA percentages are the weight of the ingredient, not the amount of the vitamin you are absorbing. In our case, all our vitamins and minerals are derived from whole foods and are much better absorbed than any single isolate chemical vitamin.
- Do Nature’s Dynamics products contain trans fat?
Absolutely not! Hydrogenated and fractionated oils causes heat in the body that can be very damaging.
- Family owned and operated since 2006
- Success in all channels, independents, chains, & online
- Utilizes organic plant-based vitamins and minerals
- Only gummy prenatal with folate from organic plant sources
- Water extracted vitamins and minerals
What the media is saying
Prenatal supplementation is a must!
“since the US started fortifying grains with folic acid in 1998, severe birth defects have decreased by 35 percent”
“A prenatal vitamin is essential, experts say. In fact, Karbel suggests that all women of childbearing age take a multivitamin containing folic acid. Folic acid helps ensure healthy neural tube development, which takes place early in pregnancy,” Karbel says. Prenatal vitamins also serve to “fill any potential gaps in nutrition status.”
Las Cruces Sun-News
“Folic acid is particularly important for women of reproductive age. For women who become pregnant, it has been shown to reduce the risk of having neural tube defects (NTDs) by up to 70 percent when taken prior to conception.”
U.S. News & World Report
"We can prevent a lot of different disorders and diseases that could affect the baby later on in their life." Folic acid, for one, helps prevent birth defects such as spina bifida and congenital heart disease, while iron helps a woman's body deliver enough oxygen to the baby.”
The Irish News
"Folic acid is a form of vitamin B9 which is also found naturally in food, but you can't get the quantities needed for pregnancy from a healthy diet alone. Ideally you start taking a supplement three months before you conceive up until the twelfth week of pregnancy, or at least as soon as you start trying to conceive."
"The importance of folic acid in pregnancy goes beyond the prevention of NTD. The body requires folic acid for the making of normal red blood cells and also towards preventing a certain type of anaemia."