We love, love, love reviews about Beli prenatals for men and women. We know what makes our prenatals great, and it's always enlightening to see what others think. Case in point? A very recent Beli review from Two Mama Bears! Check out the piece in full or scroll on for highlights.
From the Article
"I didn’t know anything about prenatal vitamins when I got pregnant with my first in 2018. That probably explains why I was severely iron deficient throughout that entire pregnancy, despite taking prenatals from the drugstore religiously.
Long story short: Not all prenatal vitamins are created equal.
Beli has come onto the map with multivitamins designed for women and men, which is pretty unique. Their vitamins not only help you grow a baby, but they also can help you conceive.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends 10 nutrients during pregnancy:
- Folate/Folic acid: Helps prevent birth defects and supports the general growth and development of the fetus and placenta
- Iron: Helps red blood cells deliver oxygen to your fetus
- Iodine: Essential for healthy brain development
- Choline: Important for the development of your fetus’s brain and spinal cord
- Vitamin C: Promotes healthy gums, teeth, and bones
- Vitamin A: Forms healthy skin, eyesight, and bone growth
- Vitamin B6: Helps form red blood cells and helps your body use fat, protein, and carbohydrates
- Vitamin B12: Maintains the nervous system and helps create red blood cells
- Calcium: Builds strong teeth and bones
- Vitamin D: Builds your fetus’s bones and teeth and promotes healthy eyesight and skin
Beli includes all of these except for Vitamin A and Calcium, and that exclusion is very intentional.
Vitamin A is very easy to get from diet alone, and if you get too much, it can be harmful. Calcium is also fairly easy to get from diet alone, and including it in a multivitamin can inhibit the absorption of minerals.
You can read a lot more about this here.
In addition to the other 8 nutrients mentioned above, Beli prenatals for women also include Thiamin, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Niacin, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Chromium, and Molybdenum."
The post goes on to discuss Beli Vitality for Men — "The prenatal for men concept took me aback, but it’s a really cool product!" — as well as the author's first impressions, her pros and cons of both both formulas, and some FAQs. Hop over for the piece in full — it's worth the read!
Big thank you to Two Mama Bears for the thoughtful feedback.