Prenatal Trimester 2 & 3

$47.14 excl. GST

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As your baby grows and develops, so too does your demand for nutrients.  Prenatal Trimester 2 & 3 has been specially formulated to assist with the unique requirements of the second and third trimesters to help support optimal nutritional and antioxidant status in both mother and baby to meet the increased nutritional demands during this time.  This supplement may be continued during breastfeeding as well.

This product is practitioner-only.  You must obtain a prescription from a qualified healthcare professional to obtain approval for online ordering.



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SKU: NBPT260; AUST L 276235



  • 24mg of iron amino acid chelate bisglycinate in a daily dose to help a woman achieve the recommended daily intake of 27mg during pregnancy.
  • Provides higher levels than Prenatal Trimester One of key nutrients such as iodine, choline, zinc and vitamin D and high quality nutrients including activated B vitamins and antioxidants for the maintenance of good health.
  • Contains 220mcg of iodine in a daily dose, the recommended daily intake in pregnancy to help support healthy brain and cognitive development of the baby and healthy thyroid function in the mother.
  • Assists with healthy foetal growth and development.
  • Copper free formulation!  Copper levels rise naturally during pregnancy and supplementation may be unnecessary.  Seek advice from your healthcare practitioner.



Daily dose (2 capsules) contains:

Ingredient Quantity
Thiamine hydrochloride 22.42mg
    equivalent thiamine (vitamin B1) 20mg
Riboflavin-sodium-phosphate 26.32mg
    equivalent riboflavin (active vitamin B2) 20mg
Nicotinamide (vitamin B3) 30mg
Calcium pantothenate 54.58mg
    equivalent pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) 50mg
Pyridoxal-5-phosphate 36.52mg
    equivalent pyridoxine (active vitamin B6) 25mg
Levomefolate calcium (Metafolin®) 542mcg
    equivalent levomefolic acid, 5-MTHF, active folate 500mcg
Hydroxocobalamin (vitamin B12) 500mcg
Choline bitartrate 200mg
Inositol 50mg
Biotin 400mcg
Magnesium ascorbate monohydrate 89.18mg
    equivalent ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 80mg
Colecalciferol (equivalent vitamin D3 1000iu) 25mcg
Chromium picolinate 400mcg
    equivalent chromium 50mcg
Potassium iodide 287.76mcg
    equivalent iodine 220mcg
Iron amino acid chelate (bisglycinate) 106.66mg
    equivalent iron 24mg
Magnesium amino acid chelate (di-glycinate) 567.38mg
    equivalent magnesium 80mg
Manganese amino acid chelate 40mg
    equivalent manganese 4mg
Molybdenum trioxide 75.02mcg
    equivalent molybdenum 50mcg
Selenomethionine 125mcg
    equivalent selenium 50mcg
Zinc citrate dihydrate 74.54mg
    equivalent zinc 24mg
Alpha lipoic acid 100mg


Take one capsule twice daily with food or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.


NO added artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners, preservatives, yeast, gluten, wheat, dairy, soy, titanium dioxide, magnesium stearate or stearic acid. All products in the range are free from animal products and are non-GMO in a vegan capsule.

Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet.  Not for the treatment of iron deficiency conditions.  This product contains selenium which is toxic in high doses.  A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.

Always read the label, use only as directed and if symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

Store below 25 degrees celcius in a cool, dry place.  Use only if cap seal is unbroken.

This is a practitioner-only product, please see your healthcare practitioner or pharmacist to purchase or obtain a prescription.



  1. Timur, S., Frequency Of Nausea-Vomiting In Early Pregnancy And Determination Of The Related Factors. TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin 2011. 10(3): p. 281 -286
  2. Gill, S.K., Maltepe, C. & Koren, G., The effectiveness of discontinuing iron-containing prenatal multivitamins on reducing the severity of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology, 2009. 29(1): p. 13-16.


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