Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Prenatal Oxylent


Dr. Audra Foster is a licensed, board-certified doctor of Naturopathic Medicine and is considered a Primary Care Physician in the state of California. She has been in private practice for 15 years, and focuses on general medicine with an emphasis in women's health. Dr. Foster graduated from Pitzer College with a Bachelors of Art in PreMed and Neuropsychopharmacology. She earned her doctoral degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. Her clinical training took place at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, where she graduated in 1997. Dr. Foster also pursued a license in midwifery while in Seattle, and she completed a year residency as a Naturopathic Doctor and Midwife at a birth center in Seattle. Additionally, you will find attached more information about Prenatal Oxylent for your perusal.

 I received a large box of Oxylent Prenatal Vitamins to review. I just want to say even though I am not pregnant I do take Multivitamins especially if it has the word Prenatal on it my Gynecologist said it's okay to take when you aren't pregnant, so with that being said I love Oxylent products they are really good for you & they have no sugar. They also offer nutrients to support your body throughout the day even while your pregnant. Has Vitamin C & D for immune and bone health. Also if you are pregnant Vitamin B6 enhances hormonal balance an assist in reducing nausea while you are pregnant.

Simply grab a glass of water with Ice for that cold refreshment & it absolutely taste better with ice anyways.

Pour the packet into your glass.

 Stir & enjoy.. Make sure your really stir it up so none of the powdery stuff is still awaiting in your glass. Than drink it. I really like the taste it kinda taste like a spritzer & you can defiently taste all the nutrient vitamins in your drink. My packet flavor was Sparkling Cranberry Raspberry.

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