Review of Vitafusion Prenatal, Gummy Vitamins
$8.99-$11.99 (90 Count)Price Range
Reviewed on: March 27, 2014
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Pros & Cons
Vitafusion Prenatal Gummy Vitamins are delicious and fruity chewables, featured in yummy Lemon, Berry and Cherry flavors. Made with natural colors and flavors, these prenatal gummies provide expected mothers a multi-vitamin (A, C & D) formula with an excellent source of Folic Acid and DHA (Omega 3). The Vitafusion Prenatal Vitamins does not contain iron; therefore, it is easy for digestion and eliminates iron vs. vitamin constipation problems. These gummies are Gluten-free, Soy-free, Dairy-free, Peanut-free and is tested for mercury and PCBs.
However, many user reviews mention the missing components of iron and calcium to be a disadvantage, as it adds up another supplement intake. Some users do not like certain flavors much.
Overall, the Vitafusion Prenatal Gummy Vitamins are highly rated and recommended as one stop source for all prenatal vitamin intake within affordable price range.
Review Group #: 1
It runs out pretty fast, it's worth the money when compared to the pills • These vitamins are sweet and sour gummies, that are easy on a pregnant women's tummy
Review Group #: 2
These gummies taste like candy, so it's easy to remember • Perfectly edible, tastes more fruity • These gummies are much tastier and has a better texture
Review Group #: 3
They taste just like gummy bears, no medicine taste • They taste all right and chew up easily • Does not leave a much after taste • Decent size for easy chew or swallow • Gummies taste awful as per some users
Review Group #: 4
This is only a Vitamin supplement vs. Mineral • Recommended maximum intake of Vitamin A for a pregnant woman is 2500IU but one dose (two gummies) supplies 4000IU which is relatively on higher side • Recommended by many to all pregnant ladies
Review Group #: 5
Good vitamin supplement for prenatal times • Easy on stomach and morning sickness • These taste great • They don't contain calcium or iron • Vitamins with iron contribute to constipation, advisable to consult doctor before starting any supplement
Where to Buy
Amazon.com Rating: 4.20 stars from 522 reviews, Price: $9.59
Walmart.com Rating: 4.50 stars from 31 reviews, Price: $9.88
Walmart.com Rating: 4.80 stars from 13 reviews, Price: $11.86