Morning Pep Prenatal Vitamin Review

This post is brought to you in partnership with Morning Pep. I received Morning Pep Prenatal Vitamins to try out and this post may contain referral/affiliate links. Opinions are my own.

So I’m in the home stretch of having baby number 4. My due date is just under 2 months away and I’m getting to the point where the baby is crowding everything else out, it’s getting hard to get up and down and it seems like everything I eat gives me heartburn or indigestion. And I don’t know about you, but I find it difficult to eat really healthy when it’s sometimes hard to eat at all.

I know I’m not the only one. Which is why it’s so important to make sure you’re taking some good supplements, starting with a prenatal vitamin, at the very least. But with so many options available, it can be really hard to know which one to choose. Right now I’m taking Morning Pep prenatal vitamins, and there are a few reasons why.

Reason number one: Methyl Folate. When I was pregnant with my third child a few years ago, I remember coming across some rather alarming information. As you may know, your OB, along with every pregnancy website out there, emphasizes the importance of “folic acid” (aka B-9) during pregnancy. But, did you know that the “folic acid” that is in a great many over-the-counter prenatal vitamins is actually synthetic? This means the body does not process it as well as it does its food-derived counterpart, folate. You can read up on the differences in folic acid and folate here.

You can purchase Methyl Folate by itself, and simply take it along with a regular multi-vitamin. This is what I did last pregnancy. But, if I can take one or two less pills a day, I’d certainly rather do that, wouldn’t you? And since Morning Pep Prenatal uses L Methyl Folate instead of the synthetic folic acid, I can get it all in a single pill. That’s a win, right?

Morning Pep Prenatal also contains 25mg of probiotics and enzymes, which contribute to a healthy gut and digestive system. I personally also take a separate probiotic as well, but take comfort in knowing that if you choose not to do so, you are still getting the benefit of a probiotic, even if it’s in a smaller dose. It truly is an all-in-one vitamin. Oh, and by the way, these are manufactured and packaged in the USA!

The only complaint I have is the vitamin itself is a little larger than I like, and it’s not coated. But I have found that to be the case with other high quality vitamins as well. If you struggle to swallow it, you might cut it in half and/or try taking right before bed. Also, I can’t stand to take pills, especially uncoated ones, with plain water. I typically take my pills/vitamins with chocolate milk or Ningxia Red and find it helps them go down more smoothly!

Finally, I really like the price of these. I have paid more than what a bottle of these costs for a single month supply of vitamins. I do believe they were high-quality vitamins, but I believe these are too. I just didn’t even know about these until recently. A bottle of Morning Pep Prenatal gives you about 4 months worth of vitamins for under $20. And you can get an extra 10% off your first order of Morning Pep Prenatal on Amazon.

Morning Pep also has several other supplements available, as well as food products that support a low-glycemic lifestyle, such as birch xylitol and almond flour, both of which I’ve used personally and have recommended to my readers!

I’m so glad I came across this prenatal and I expect I will be using it for some time. I only wish I’d found out about it earlier in my pregnancy!


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