HanaMom is a natural dietary supplement made from cow's milk, low in fat and rich in calcium, folic acid, iron, and vitamins A and D.
During pregnancy and lactation, women need more energy and nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals. Several studies indicate that having a typical daily diet cannot supply all the nutrients required during these periods.
The necessity to intake diverse foods from different sources might be costly. HanaMom as an affordable supplement can play a vital role to secure the health of the mother, fetus, and infant.
HanaMom contains prebiotics which helps to prevent constipation
HanaMom contains AA, DHA, and Sialic Acid. They assist in the formation and development of the fetus’s fetal and nervous system during pregnancy and enhance the baby’s vision and ability of problem-solving during breastfeeding. The Sialic Acid also causes breast milk to be enriched and improves the baby's nervous system.
Optimal amounts of protein must be supplied from the diet during pregnancy for optimal fetal growth as well as the production of sufficient milk (needed by the baby). HanaMom contains high biological value proteins that meet the needs of women during pregnancy and lactation.
The amount of sialic acid in blood serum increases during pregnancy to regulate the body's immune activity and metabolism and results in a successful pregnancy. Sialic acid also exists in breast milk to combat pathogens in infants’ bodies. It has a significant role in the nerve’s cell structure, can effectively develop the brain, and enhance the learning ability and infant's memory.
Minerals as a part of ingredients in HanaMom minerals are exactly adjusted to meet mothers' requirements.
Adequate absorption of calcium during pregnancy and lactation helps the skeletal development of the fetus and infant. In addition to providing all the calcium you need, HanaMom contains vitamin D and lactose, which increase calcium absorption. The presence of prebiotics, in addition to helping absorb calcium and other minerals, helps improve the natural flora of normal intestinal flora. Consumption of HanaMom provides the needed calcium during pregnancy and lactation.
Due to the importance of this element during pregnancy and lactation, the amount of iron in the product is designed to meet all the body's needs for iron.
Due to the rapid growth of the brain and the need for thyroid hormones during embryonic life, the brain is at risk of iodine deficiency, so HanaMom is enriched with iodine.
The following two figures illustrate the quantities of minerals in two cups of ready-to-use HanaMom solution, two cups of milk, and Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) for these elements. As shown, the consumption of two glasses of ready-to-use HanaMom solution covers all the need for calcium, zinc, iron, copper and iodine during this period.
The quantities of vitamins in HanaMom are designed to meet the needs of consumer during this period.
Vitamin B6 :
This vitamin plays an important role in ensuring women's health during pregnancy and lactation. As a catalyst, it is involved in the production of neurotransmitters. Vitamin B6 is very effective in preventing the common nausea during pregnancy.
Vitamin A :
This vitamin is essential for the development of eyes and central nervous system of the fetus and helps to fight infection. 90% of the Dietary Reference Intakes of vitamin A during pregnancy and 50% of the Dietary Reference Intakes of this vitamin is met by consuming of HanaMom.
The following figures illustrate the amount of vitamins in two cups of ready-to-use HanaMom solution, two cups of milk, and Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) for these elements. As you can see, consuming two glasses of ready-to-use HanaMom solution covers all the needs for water-soluble vitamins (such as group B) as well as part of the need for fat-soluble vitamins during this period.
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