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10 Must-Have Snacks From Our Fave Gluten-Free + Vegan Mama
Vitamin Code Raw Prenatal and Flora DHA Supplement
Before delving into delicious snacks, let's get the important stuff out of the way. I can't stress enough how vital it is for gluten-free vegan mamas (or just vegan mamas in general) to invest in a prenatal and DHA supplement that specifically caters to their nutritional needs. After extensive research (and some not-so-fun trial and error during my first trimester), I found this dream duo.
Garden of Life's Vitamin Code prenatal contains 800 mcg of folate, 1,400 IU vitamin D (hellooo, calcium!), a generous dose of raw iron and tons of other beneficial supplements. I love that it also contains ginger, which is a lifesaver for morning sickness. For vegans, finding a DHA that doesn't contain fish oil can be a difficult feat. Flora's offering is derived from cultivated algae, so it's all good for us! In addition to supporting healthy brain, eye and nerve function, it's also super easy to swallow (i.e., not a horse pill). Although my doc approved both products with flying colors, be sure to consult your health care practitioner prior to use.
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10 Must-Have Snacks From Our Fave Gluten-Free + Vegan Mama
Our hat’s are off to all you pregnant mamas out there surviving the summer in style! One of our favorite moms-about-town is Natalie Alcala, editor-in-chief of Racked LA and one of the healthiest preggos we know!Natalie has been ‘gramming away since becoming pregnant on her new Instagram account, GFV Mama. As she documents her nutritional journey from pregnancy to motherhood (she’s due in September!), even we non-preggo health-lovers are digging her choices in nutrition-rich munchies. Natalie is styling that bump and glowing like like nobody’s business. We’ll have what she’s having…

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  1. Ten snacks from the gluten free vegan mama article is a must read even for us non vegan foodies. I can’t wait to try some of her recipes and perhaps enter into a world of healthy snacks. I’d love to see more of Natalie’s recipes. Thank you

    Rose Sheade | 07.29.2014 | Reply
  2. I’m going to share Natalie Alcala’s article with my friends.

    Rose Sheade | 07.29.2014 | Reply

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