TrimacareTM, the prenatal supplement designed for Indian mothers



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December 10, 2021 1:06 p.m. STI

New Delhi [India], December 10 (ANI/SRV): TrimacareTM, a prenatal supplement designed according to the specific needs of the mother and the baby at each trimester; offers quarterly care and provides comprehensive development.
The supplement is specially formulated for the needs of Indian pregnant women which includes 20 essential nutrients including iodine, zinc, magnesium, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin K, iron, folate, calcium and omega 3 in a single tablet. one day fix.
The supplement has been formulated under the guidance of top physicians, nutritionists, and pharmacologists using the multi-micronutrient model suggested by ICMR and WHO (patent pending). Through its offering, TrimacareTM strives to provide protection against unwanted symptoms and illnesses for the mother and to support the healthy growth of the baby.
Most prenatal supplements are not designed according to the diet, genetics, climate and lifestyle of Indian pregnant women. While TrimacareTM focuses on the specific nutritional needs of Indian women.
Dr. Mala Srivastava, President of Delhi Obstetricians and Gynecologists Associations 2020-21, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, explained, “TrimacareTM Prenatal Pills are specially designed keeping in mind the nutritional needs of Indian pregnant women. Its components are based on ICMR and WHO. guidelines.”
The unique 3-step course products – TrimacareTM 1, TrimacareTM 2 and TrimacareTM 3 – support the dynamic nutritional needs during pregnancy and contribute to the optimal development of the baby. The formulation also supports pregnancy symptoms in different trimesters – TrimacareTM 1’s antiemetic blend and vitamin B6 prevent nausea and morning sickness; while TrimacareTM 3’s bowel regulator prevents constipation.

As the baby grows through the different trimesters and develops complex organ systems and cognition, the mother’s body also undergoes transformation and needs personalized nutrition. Therefore, prenatal supplements that worked in the first trimester might not be enough for the duration of pregnancy.
The Plus Plus Life Sciences team also observed the problem of “hidden hunger” in many Indian pregnant women. Through their findings, they learned that a typical Indian meal is high in calories but low in nutrients, creating a gap between the nutrition required and the nutrition consumed. Prenatal vitamins fill this nutritional gap, however, most supplements available in the market provide only 3 of the 19 nutrients recommended by ICMR for Indian pregnant women.
The folate present in TrimacareTM is L-Methyl Folate, which is a 7 times more bioavailable form of folic acid. L-methyl folate is absorbable even by people with the MTHFR gene mutation, a common genetic mutation in India that impairs the absorption and utilization of folic acid. This attention to detail and focus on pregnant Indian women makes TrimacareTM a trusted and recommended prenatal supplement.
TrimacareTM follows the Multi-Micronutrient (MMN) model suggested by ICMR and WHO, which is essential not only for a healthy pregnancy, but also reduces several complications in babies.
According to Dr. Shambhavi Seth, Senior Consultant – Pediatrics, Child Development Clinic, Max Healthcare, “Micronutrients such as minerals and nutrients are needed in small amounts, but they are essential for the normal development of the baby.”
Designed for Indian pregnant women, quarterly care, 20+ nutrients in just one pill, formulated and recommended by doctors, good for the mother, good for the baby – TrimacareTM guarantees a safe and healthy pregnancy.
To learn more, visit – TrimacareTM
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Patricia J. Callender