Boost it Up!™ 12 Pack

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Need a pick me up when a nap is not a possibility? While you’re pregnant or nursing, coffee or energy drinks may be a no-no. Morning sickness all day long? That’s why healthy mama® brand worked with nutritionists to                 develop Boost it Up!™.

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  • Artificial Sweeteners
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  • Gluten
  • Caffeine
  • FD&C Dyes
  • High Fructose Corn Syrup
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Boost It Up! is rich in B-vitamins to support optimal energy and ginger to reduce nausea. It also contains electrolytes to maintain optimal hydration, reduce fluid retention, and ease leg cramping, protein to build your body’s and your baby’s cells and fiber to support healthy digestive health.

Yes, Boost It Up!™ is vegetarian.

Boost It Up! ™?was developed in collaboration with leading OBGYN and Prenatal nutritionists. This energy and anti-nausea drink is rich in B-vitamins, ginger, protein, electrolytes and fiber and provides a delicious way to stay hydrated without added artificial sweeteners and low in calories.

You can either store unopened Boost It Up!™ in the refrigerator or at room temperature.

Boost it Up! ™ is a great option for women experiencing morning sickness. If you are feeling sick you may be dehydrated and instead of opting for sugar beverages with empty calories, Boost it Up! ™ offers a refreshing, nutritious option. Some pregnant women who experience nausea may avoid protein. Boost it Up! ™ provides 7 grams of protein. Also, Boost it Up! ™ Mango has ginger, which has been shown to help reduce nausea.

During pregnancy and nursing , the amount of protein your body needs increases – many women find it challenging to get all the protein required, especially if they’re feeling nauseated. Providing 7 grams of protein helps to reach the recommended goal of 70 g per day.

For pregnant women, dietary fiber is an especially beneficial component of a balanced diet. A pregnant woman should be getting about 25 grams of dietary fiber per day. Adding dietary fiber to your diet can decrease constipation and lower blood pressure. Increasing your dietary fiber during the first trimester may also reduce pregnancy risks. A report in the American Journal of Hypertension found that increasing the amount of fiber in the diet of study participants reduced the risk of preeclampsia (a potentially fatal condition caused by elevated blood pressure).

Vitamin D is an important nutrient for pregnant and nursing women. It is an essential vitamin for mom and baby. Vitamin D helps with bone development for baby and may help with your immune function. Many women do not get their daily recommended value and Boost it Up! ™ Pom Cherry is another source. You should check with your healthcare provider to find out how much is recommended for you. Visit our partner, American Pregnancy Association, to learn more about the importance of Vitamin D.

Gatorade often has dyes, high sugar and sodium and is not all natural. We recommend you check with your healthcare provider. Boost it Up! ™? can be a healthy alternative.

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