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Premama® Introduces Digestive Aid to Support Digestion &
a Healthy Immune System During Pregnancy

Premama®, the first nationwide line of natural powdered drink mixes specifically formulated to support the nutritional needs of expecting and new moms, today announced the launch of Premama Digestive Aid, 
a new prenatal fiber and probiotic soft chew. 

“Premama is committed to supporting women throughout all aspects of their maternity journey. We have developed Premama Digestive Aid to give women a safe, effective, convenient, and palatable dietary supplement during pregnancy,” said Jamie Schapiro, Chief Marketing Officer, Premama.

Formulated to help maintain digestive balance and boost the immune system naturally, Premama Digestive Aid delivers a daily probiotic solution in a delicious vanilla caramel-flavored chew. Each chew contains 2g of dietary fiber and 1 billion+ CFUs of probiotics, which have shown through research to help maintain a healthy intestinal balance and support immune function, and may also help ease constipation, bloating, and other minor digestive discomforts associated with pregnancy. The vegetarian, naturally flavored chews can be eaten 1-4 times daily and are available in packs of 28.

Premama Digestive Aid joins a growing range of Premama maternity wellness products, including Premama Fertility reproductive powdered drink supplement, Premama Essentials and Premama Essentials + DHA prenatal vitamin drink mixes, and Premama Lactation support powdered drink supplement. A pioneer in maternity wellness, Premama has appeared in Pregnancy & Newborn, BevNET, Fit Pregnancy and other media, and has garnered numerous industry recognitions from baby Maternity Magazine and SupplySide (2015), among others. Most recently, Premama Fertility was named one of three finalists in the “Best New Supplement Delivery Format” category for the 2016 NEXTY Awards.

In the spirit of full disclosure, I received product samples to facilitate my review. This post may contain affiliate linking.