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Knowledgebase: Nutritional Information
Are vitamins safe during pregnancy?
Posted by Jayson Hunter, Last modified by on 22 April 2011 11:18 AM

Most vitamins are safe during pregnancy; in fact that is precisely the time when they are most needed! Not only must your diet support the mother's health and vitality, but that of her developing baby as well. A deficiency of certain nutrients (such as vitamin B12 or folic acid) during the early stages of pregnancy has been shown to significantly increase the risk to birth defects such as spina bifida.Some over consumption of vitamins can be risky. Vitamin A for example has been shown in dosages higher than 8,000 IU to increase risk. For that reason it is not advisable to take high levels of vitamins during pregnancy without first consulting your healthcare provider.

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