Now if chocolate just isn’t your thing and you would like fruity instead, or maybe you just want to mix it up sometimes, Bellybar has you covered there too. The prenatals are chewable, and available in cherry and orange flavors. To that you can pair up the chewy orange DHA supplement, which I found quite pleasant tasting. I would have opened it to show a little more detail, but since it’s been warm and I didn’t store them in a cool enough place, they’re a little melty.
Finally, there are the bars that make the perfect snack and are designed to complement the prenatals with additional nutrients such as choline, vitamin D, calcium and iodine. They come in four different flavors which include S’More to Love, Berry Nutty Cravings (pictured), Lemony Lovey and Baby Needs Chocolate. Of the two I tried so far, and they were both delicious, my favorite so far is Baby Needs Chocolate. It had me licking my fingers and waiting for tomorrow to do it over again!
I hadn’t previously heard of these products as far as I can recall, but upon using the store locator, I was surprised to find out that they are sold in stores such as Walgreens and Baby’s R Us along with some other popular ones. You can check out the store locator here. Their tagline is Raising the Bar on Prenatal Nutrition, and that’s exactly what they’ve done.
Before I get around to my giveaway here, I want to let you know about their giveaway on Facebook, where you can win a 9 month supply of their prenatals! Enough to get you through a pregnancy. All you have to do is like their facebook page and complete their simple one entry rafflecopter giveaway to let them know you do. There will be a total of 9 weekly winners.
Thanks to Bellybar, I will be giving away a one month supply, valued at $25 right here to one of you. You can even gain one entry by entering their facebook giveaway. Maybe you know a mom to be or new mom who’d like to enter? Please feel free to send them this way.. (thanks)
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I received free product in exchange for this review. No further compensation was provided.