Written by: Dr. Ben Lynch
Have you miscarried in the past or have difficulty with fertility?
Are you pregnant for the first time and wonder what the crucial next steps are?
Do you have a child with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, hypospadias, tongue tie, or congenital heart defects?
Many birth defects or significant pediatric conditions are caused by inadequate nutrition before, during and after pregnancy.
My passion is to reduce the incidence of disease in unborn children.
This is what gets me up and out of bed and excited to go to ‘work’.
Do you believe it is possible to reduce the incidence of disease or birth defects in unborn children?
As a father of three healthy and beautiful boys (I think so anyway), I know I am very fortunate. I am thankful for this each day and never take it for granted.
As a physician, I’ve worked with many men and women who had been trying unsuccessfully to have a child.
I've worked with families who have children with significant birth defects or who are somewhere on the autism spectrum.
As a soccer coach, I work with kids who are struggling mentally and physically.
It pains me because I know I can do something about it. Yet the parents have no clue or no desire for alternatives beyond medications.
We are proud to have our full Optimal Prenatal Product Line recognized as a recipient of the Women's Choice Award for 9 out of 10 Customer Recommended Prenatal Supplements.
The prenatal vitamins I formulated based on my years of research:
To give you some perspective, it took me three years to formulate these. I did not rush it. A prenatal is far too important to rush.
You can choose which delivery method of Optimal Prenatal works best for you. AND you can alternate them based on your needs for the day:
Many ask me, “Do I have to take all of those supplements?”
They are merely recommendations.
The recommendations vary upon your:
You are still nourishing yourself and your beautiful baby.
If you stop nourishing yourself, you could become depleted, possibly depressed and your baby could potentially have methylation dysfunction.
These are things we must avoid.
For many, yes!
I would LOVE to hear how this prenatal supplementation protocol has helped you throughout pregnancy and during breastfeeding.
Please do comment and share!
Others need to experience a healthy and rewarding pregnancy – and the little stinkers after they are born!
Dr. Ben Lynch, ND
Additional Supplements & Dr. Lynch's Suggested Use can be found here:
Optimal Liposomal Vitamin C – Take after a glass of water, or anytime, and hold in your mouth for 10 seconds, moving it around slowly, and then swallow.
Optimal Fish Oil – Take with dinner.
Optimal Vitamin D Drops – Take anytime with or without food.
ProBiota HistaminX – Take anytime with or without food.
Optimal Iron Plus Cofactors – Take with breakfast or lunch.
Optimal Electrolyte – To maintain hydration, ideally take in the morning upon waking mixed in 8 ounces of purified water. You may also take after sweating or before/during/after exercise.