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Yadtech / Progestia® Multivitamin+ Iron, Folic Acid, and EFAs for women
Natural Prenatal Vitamins
Natural Prenatal Vitamins

Multivitamin+ Iron, Folic Acid, and EFAs for women


PROGESTIA®, is a powerful multivitamin supplement that combines the proven power of micronutrients with fast-absorbing fatty acids to deliver enhanced nourishment. Iron, folate, and essential fatty acids round out this formula. To see what the science says about these ingredients, consult the chart below.

Ingredient Demonstrated Action
Essential fatty acids (EHA, DPA) Required for fetal brain and retina development
Folate (as folic acid) Reduces the risk of congenital diseases, including neural tube defects
Iron Necessary for production of red blood cells and pregnant women have increased blood volume; third trimester, the fetus stores iron that will  be needed for the first 6 months of life

Authorized for sale by Health Canada. NPN: 80037185

Recommended Dose: 1 softgel per day

Before taking PROGESTIA® or any other supplement, make sure you consult with your physician. Your doctor can provide you with guidance and advice on taking this or any other supplement based upon your medical history and current prescription medication intake. This supplement is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases, illnesses or ailments.

Product may not be right for everyone. Be sure to read the label and follow directions for use.



What Extra Nutritional Needs Do Women Have During Conception and Pregnancy?

Prenatal multivitamins provide additional nutrition for a woman during pregnancy as her physiologic and metabolic needs change. If you were to compare a regular women’s multivitamin with a prenatal multivitamin, you would likely notice that prenatal multivitamins contain higher levels of folate and iron. This is because these two nutrients have been proven to be crucial during pregnancy and delivery. Furthermore, prenatal vitamins are often higher in essential fatty acids. When a woman becomes pregnant, she is no longer just feeding herself; she is feeding her developing baby as well. The additional vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in YAD-Tech’s PROGESTIA® may help to nourish both the mother and fetus. 


Common Deficiencies Among Pregnant Women

Multivitamin supplements can help pregnant women avoid certain nutritional deficiencies which can potentially harm the baby. Certain dietary or nutritional deficiencies can cause congenital abnormalities, birth defects in newborn babies, and even increase the child’s risk of chronic diseases later in life, including diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease and stroke. Eating a healthy diet is a great idea, but organic supplements may provide higher levels of the crucial nutrients needed for a healthy delivery and a healthy baby. Here is a list of common nutritional deficiencies that could impact a woman’s pregnancy:


Iron deficiency (anemia) – An iron deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies during pregnancy. A woman’s volume of blood naturally doubles during pregnancy, and iron is necessary for the production of red blood cells. So the increased volume of blood requires an increased quantity of iron. The human body cannot make iron; it must be absorbed from what you eat. Women generally have lower iron stores than men in the first place. The increased requirements during pregnancy and lactation can easily deplete a woman’s supply of iron.

Folate deficiency A folate deficiency often goes hand-in-hand with an iron deficiency and can result in neural tube defects such as spina bifida. This is why most prenatal multivitamins are higher in folate than regular multivitamins.

Omega-3 fatty acids – Omega-3 fatty acids are critical building blocks of the fetal brain and retina. If omega-3 foods aren’t consumed on a regular basis, then women run the risk of a fatty acid deficiency during pregnancy. Supplements containing omega-3 fatty acids can help.  Most fatty acids supplements are derived from different types of fish or fish oil, so what can women who are pregnant and vegetarians do? Pregnant women can also get a sufficient supply of DHA from plant sources, such as kelp or algae.

  • Vitamin A (Acetate) (1501 mcg RAE) 5000 IU
  • Vitamin D3 (25 mcg) 1000 IU
  • Vitamin E (Tocopherol) (33.56 mg AT) 50 IU
  • Iron (Fumarate) 45 mg
  • Zinc (Guconate) 15 mg
  • Copper (HVP Chelate) 2 mg
  • Iodine (Potassium iodide) 150 mcg
  • Folic acid 1 mg
  • Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCl) 10 mg
  • Vitamin B12 (Methylcobalamin) 12 mcg
  • Fatty acids (from 630 mg Fish oil)
  • DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) 300 mg
  • EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid) 70 mg
  • Beeswax
  • Carob powder
  • Gelatin
  • Glycerine
  • Lecithin
  • Purified water

YAD-Techbelieves that the right blend and combination of natural ingredients, vitamins, and minerals is crucial for ensuring a healthy pregnancy, a healthy delivery, and a healthy life for both the mother and child.