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MamiGut Phase 2 — Pregnancy

The vitamin and protein shake MamiGut Pregnancy was developed for women from the 14th week of pregnancy until birth and contains selected vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as well as high-quality whey protein (whey protein) to support a healthy pregnancy.


Vitamins and minerals:

  • Sufficient supply of folic acid, iodine and iron is difficult to achieve during pregnancy with a balanced diet and food supplements are necessary - MamiGut contains 19 selected vitamins and minerals and thus supports a balanced diet during pregnancy


  • Many pregnant women are reluctant to eat meat and eggs. However, proteins are essential for a healthy pregnancy (approx. 60-90g/day). The MamiGut Shake supports you in covering your needs in a simple way


  • Taking vitamins in liquid form is an alternative for women who have difficulty swallowing tablets


  • DHA omega-3 fatty acid - contributes to the normal function of the brain and eyes
  • Calcium – important for cell division and cell specialization
  • Iodine - contributes to normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function
  • Magnesium - regulates the cardiovascular system and ensures healthy blood pressure.
  • Iron contributes to the normal formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin
  • Zinc — the trace element has a function in cell division
  • Selenium —contributes to normal thyroid function
  • Vitamin B1, B2, B12, B8 — Vitamin B12, B6 and folic acid help reduce tiredness and fatigue; Vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12, niacin, pantothenic acid and biotin play a central role in energy metabolism. Vitamin B1, B3, B6, B12, biotin and folic acid are essential for nerves and psyche. Vitamin B6, B12 and folic acid support normal homocysteine ​​metabolism. Thiamine contributes to normal heart function
  • Vitamin D3 — important for bones, muscles and teeth
  • Folic acid and folate — regulate many important cellular processes such as cell division and cell growth. If the mother-to-be does not get enough folic acid, she may develop anemia. If the embryo is undersupplied with folic acid, the risk of neural tube defects and the associated malformations is increased
  • Biotin — The water-soluble vitamin is responsible for healthy skin, hair and nails in the body. During pregnancy, the supply of biotin is important because it is involved in many metabolic processes is involved

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