Forté Postnatal is the first comprehensive nutritional solution designed for pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding. Childbirth and pregnancy can be very stressful for your body, and your nutritional reserves need to be replenished. Forté Postnatal includes 35+ vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants to support your metabolism and nutrition. In addition to helping your body recover from pregnancy, these vitamins and minerals play a key role in helping your baby develop should you choose to breastfeed. The nutrients in Forté Postnatal can be passed on through your breast milk, and are recommended by OBGYN’s to support your health and the health of your newborn child.
Forté Postnatal Function:
- Restores your body’s essential nutrients post pregnancy
- Helps you feel re-energized and heal faster
- Is scientifically formulated to support strong and healthy hair and nails
- Returns your body to peak efficiency
- Is formulated with vital nutrients that will also benefit your baby if you choose to breastfeed
Usage: Should be taken 30 to 90 days following childbirth, for as long as you are nursing, or as directed by you healthcare provider. Pair with Forté Amino Acid for improved results. 30-day supply.
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Forté Postnatal is a supplement designed specifically to support the unique nutritional needs of women who have just given birth and women who are breastfeeding. Many women consume less than the recommended amounts of key vitamins and minerals – including vitamin B6, folate, calcium, magnesium and zinc – in their diet. In addition to helping your body recover from pregnancy, these vitamins and minerals play an important role in the healthy development of your breast-fed newborn.
Vitamin A: plays a vital role in immune function, bone growth, and the health of skin cells.
Vitamin C: needed for the growth and repair of tissues in the body.
Calcium: component of teeth and bones, important for the contraction of muscles, and plays a role in proper nerve function.
Iron: important in maintaining healthy blood cells and carrying oxygen to all parts of the body.
Vitamin D: vital to maintaining normal calcium and phosphorus blood levels needed for strong, healthy bones.
Vitamin E: helps maintain healthy immune function. Also plays a role in blood clotting, commonly referred to as a “natural blood thinner”.
Vitamin K: contributes to the regular, normal process of blood clotting when required by the body. Also affects the cycle of healthy bone turnover.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): aids in the breakdown and use of carbohydrates and amino acids, thus creating energy for physical activity.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): without B2, your body would not be able to produce energy as effectively.
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): similar to Vitamin B2, B3 helps the body produce energy and maintain other important functions.
Vitamin B5 (Calcium Pantothenate): essential in energy production and storing fats.
Vitamin B6: helps metabolize amino acids and glycogen.
Folic Acid: helps produce and maintain healthy blood cells, allowing the blood to carry oxygen throughout the body and fight infection.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin): important factor for normal blood cell formation and brain/nerve functions.
Biotin: plays a key role in the metabolism of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates, and other enzymatic reactions.
Phosphorus: involved in essentially every transfer of energy within the body. Also a component of bone and teeth enamel.
Potassium: essential for the function of all living cells. Plays an important role in regulation of fluids and hydration.
Iodine: crucial in the synthesis of thyroid hormones.
Magnesium: helps many (hundreds in fact) enzymes function properly, assisting with body energy production, DNA production, and others.
Zinc: helps the body grow and develop properly and is used to make proteins and DNA. Also shown to accelerate wound healing.
Selenium: a component of many of the body’s protective antioxidants.
Copper: critical for normal growth and development of a fetus and continues to be important in childhood.
Manganese: critical in the breakdown of carbohydrates, amino acids, and cholesterol.
Chromium: essential part of metabolic processes that regulate blood sugar and in the conversion from glucose into energy.
Choline: important in fetal brain and memory development. Deficiency can lead to organ dysfunction.
L-Lysine: helps with calcium absorption and helps increase the amount of calcium stored in bones.
Boron: important for building strong bones, aids in strengthening muscles, and improves mental processing and muscle coordination.