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Vitamineral Green List of the Beneficial Ingredients for Pregnancy:

Superfoods (dry cereal grasses) Wheat Grass, Barley Grass, Alfalfa and Oat Grass:

-Young cereal grasses are superfoods. Their considered superfoods because they are
highly concentrated sources of nutrients or extremley "nutrient dense" foods. An ounce
of these foods have far greater nutrients than an ounce of similar foods. Not only
do superfooods
have beneficial effects on the body but they have actually been used by the worlds leading nutritionists to heal the body of a variety of illnesses. How can you beat a superfood that is so powerful and so safe that they are beneficial and highly nourishing to the bodies of pregnant women, babies and children.

The beneficial effects of adding cereal grasses cannot be duplicated by
adding any or all of the known isolated chemical components to the diet.
The reason it is important to get nutrients from food as nature intended.

-The cereal grass promotional literature of the 1950s claimed that cereal grasses contain every nutrient known to be required by humans except vitamin D, which is made in the skin.

-Alfalfa Leaf Juice: Highly recommended by midwives in place of iron supplements because it naturally helps to build red blood cells. Alfalfa Is full of vitamins and minerals and is shown to be extremely important for pregnancy due to its Chorophyll content. Chlorophyll is very good for relieving morning sickness, preventing anemia and hemmorhaging.


Dry Cereal Grass nutrients that are beneficial during pregnancy:

-Beta-Carotene: Richer in Beta Carotene than oranges and Squash

-Calcium: 1,000 milligrams daily. During the last two trimesters of pregnancy and during breastfeeding, your body absorbs more calcium from food than when you are not pregnant. Your baby needs this extra calcium to build healthy teeth and bones. If you don't get enough calcium in your diet during pregnancy, the calcium your baby needs will be taken from your bones.  Contrary to mainstream health news, Do not use dairy products to get your calcium : http://www.vitalchild.com/1vc/Featured/Featured_Articles/Why_You_Should_Never_Give_Your_Child_Milk_4/


Trace minerals including:

-Iron: Prevents anemia which causes babies to be born preterm and have a threefold risk of being born with a low birth weight. Recommended amount during pregnancy: 27 mg per day (Department of Health and Human Services)

-Chlorophyll-Great for pregnancy and recommended by Midwives. It Builds Iron in the blood prenatally to increase Hemoglobin for women. It works to prevent pregnancy complications and limits hemmorage after pregnancy. Chlorophyll is good for preventing morning sickness. It also provides a safe extra energy for the birthing process. It's also good for preventing morning sickness.

-Fiber-Helps to prevent the common constipation, hemmorhoid problems associated with pregnancy. A Major study as part of a Joint study with Harvard's Medical School also showed that fiber can help prevent Gestational Diabetes.  

-Vitamin K: Greens are best dietary source. A coagulant for the blood. Mothers should eat foods with high vitamin K content during pregnancy because vitamin K is transferred to the fetus across the placenta. Alfalfa is an excellent of vitamin K.

-Vitamin C: Dr Klenner (a doctor famous for using Mega-doses of Vitamin C during pregancy [The usual dose for pregnant humans: 4 grams daily in the first trimester; 6 grams daily in the second trimester; 8 to 10 grams in the third trimester] ) studies showed that labor and delivery will be shorter, easier and free of complications. Also at high megadoses prevents Stretch marks. Vitamin C along with Vitamin K also has been shown to prevent nausea during pregnancy.

-Vitamin B-12: Important for the healthy development of the babies brain and nervous system. typically thought to be deficient in a Vegan diet is found in cereal grasses.

-Folic Acid: Considered to be one of the most important nutrients in the diet and is even recommended up to a year before conception! It is extremely important during pregnancy and reduce the risk that their baby will be born with a serious neural tube defect (a birth defect involving incomplete development of the brain and spinal cord) by up to 70%.
Recommended: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that all women of childbearing age - and especially those who are planning a pregnancy - consume about 400 micrograms (0.4 milligrams) of folic acid every day.

-Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine) : Aids the body in the metabolism of carbs, fat and protein. Is very important to the fetus's developing brain and nervous system. It also may relieve nausea or vomiting.  It is also a very effective but little known nutrient for its benefits in Autistic children: http://www.vitalchild.com/1vc/Featured/Featured_Articles/Vitamin_B6_(and_magnesium)_in_the_treatment_of_autism/

-Protein: cereal grass is twenty to twenty-five percent protein, making it higher than milk (3%), eggs (12%), and sirloin steak (16%)! Of course, as nutritionists know, all proteins are not created equal. But the protein in cereal grass is superior to that of any other plant source, and is even superior to that of some animal foods.


Vitamineral Green's Herbs:

Burdock Root - Contains a high vitamins and mineral content and boosts the liver and is generally recommended by natural health practitioners. However Medline Plus Herbs and Supplements states it may possibly be unsafe: "Based on animal studies that show components of burdock to cause uterus stimulation, burdock is sometimes recommended to be avoided during pregnancy. Due to limited scientific study, burdock cannot be considered safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding."

-Dandelion Leaf Juice: Recommended by Naturopaths. Known to have beneficial effects on the female organs and therefore is considered to be good during early pregnancy. Excellent source vitamins A and C, iron, calcium, potassium, folic acid, and many trace elements. High calcium and potassium are shown to be helpful for high blood pressure during pregnancy. Also known to be very helpful to increase mothers milk. Shown to support the liver as pregnancy's stresses the liver. Dandelion may also decrease water retention during pregnancy without depleting potassium.

Ginger Root: Ginger is a nausea remedy recommended by many physicians as well as by traditional healers from a number of countries. In 2001, a relatively well-designed double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of 70 pregnant women evaluated the effectiveness of ginger for morning sickness.2  Participants received either placebo or 250 mg of powdered ginger 3 times daily for a period of 4 days. The results showed that ginger significantly reduced nausea and vomiting. No significant side effects occurred. It also promotes the elimination of intestinal gas.


Vitamineral Green's Nutrient Dense Foods:

Broccoli Juice: Highly recommended in pregnancy for its high Folic acid content which fights birth defects. Folic acid deficiency is the most common vitamin deficiency in the world. Also Contains a high source of many other nutrients essential in pregnancy: antioxidants, phytonutrients, Vitamin C, B vitamins and Calcium. Studies have shown that consumed during pregnancy provides a high level of protection for a woman's offspring from a variety of cancers during infancy and later in life

Kale Juice: One of the most nutrient dense foods available. Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, manganese, dietary fiber, copper, trytophan, Before and during pregnancy, kale supplies important minerals such as calcium and iron, vitamin B6, potassium. Cancer prevention. Regulates estrogen and wards off Kale has many benefits for women. It helps regulate estrogen and wards off many forms of cancer, including breast cancer. The calcium in kale is more easily absorbed than the calcium in milk, so it helps protect against osteoporosis, arthritis, and bone loss and calcium is also known to prevent cramping. It also provides folic acid, which is necessary for the proper development of the baby's nervous system. Kale also increases the milk supply.

Spinach Juice: A top source of folic acid and antioxidants, spinach is great for pregnancy and lactation. Megaloblastic anaemia of pregnancy occurs because the mother is deficient in folic acid. This deficiency of folic acid occurs as this substance is required for the developing fetus. Regular use of spinach during pregnancy will help prevent the deficiency of folic acid. It will also prevent threatened abortion and accidental hemorrhage, deficient absorption of food by small intestine associated with tiredness, shorness of breath, loss of weight and diarrhea. Spinach is yet another good source of iron especially important for nursing or lactating mothers. The need for iron nearly doubles during this period and improves the quality of their milk. The enhanced iron also prevents fatigue, lowers susceptibility to infections and the risk of preterm deliver and low birth weight are lowered.

Parsley Juice: Excellent source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Vitamin A as well as Folic acid and iron. Note: Isolated Parsley Juice is considered an emmenagogue, meaning that it promotes menustration if juiced and inserted vaginally. It is also important to note that many herbs and even Vitamin C in high enough doses can cause menstrual flow. Vitamineral Green has been taken by many women and has helped to make a superior environment and a healthier pregnancy.

Carob Pod: Carob's ground seeds are well known as a delicious cocoa substitute and are high in calcium, protein, and pectin and low in calories and fat. Carob is primarily used to treat diarrhea. The tannins in carob have antioxidant and antibacterial properties, which also make it a good remedy for diarrhea. B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and magnesium.

Nopal Cactus: May aid in gestational diabetes. It is a high in bulk forming mucilaginous fiber that assists most foods, herbs and supplements taken with it to be gently and naturally time- released into the blood stream. This includes the timed-release of sugars into the blood stream to support healthy blood sugar and insulin functions*. Will also time-release other foods/herbs into the blood stream including unhealthful foods. Time releasing less than optimally healthful foods into the blood stream will allow the body to deal with the resultant toxicity with less difficulty/more effectively.

Amla Berry: beneficial for pregnancy and overall it is considered one of the most powerful rejuvenating agents available period. It contains the highest amount of naturally occurring vitamin C of any ripe fruit in the world , having as much vitamin c as two oranges. Studies have shown that it is better assimilated than synthetic vitamin c. Therefore, Amla berry is a powerful antioxidant and immune booster. Great in pregnancy due to its high vitamin c, low fiber and antioxidant capacity. It is especially nurturing for women, strengthening the uterus and supporting reproductive health. Amla berry is an overall tonic and has rejuvenative powers, tonic, laxative and for its overall longevity. Amla is good for colicky babys. Amla has so many beneficial qualities that it is, of course,

Algaes - Spirulina, Broken Cell Wall Chlorella:

Spirulina and Broken Cell Wall Chlorella: Superfoods that are often considered natures most perfect foods. High in the most deficient nutrients in the American diet: Magnesium, zinc, calcium, the B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. Also high in Vitamin A, E, C, Chlorophyll, minerals, protein and phytonutrients. Spirulina and Chlorella have too many amazing health benefits to list. However, GLA which is found in high quantities in human breast milk is the #2 source of Spirulina in nature behind breast milk! GLA is in high quantities in breast milk due to the infants need for brain-building fat (cow's milk has almost none). Spirulina is the richest whole-food source of GLA. Dr. Paul Pitchford "Healing With Whole Foods" writes that they often recommend spirulina for people who were never breast-fed in order to foster the hormonal and mental development that many never have occurred because of it's lack in infancy.


Wildcrafted Aquatic Vegetables

Icelandic Kelp: Seaweeds are the richest source of assimilable minerals on the planet. Provides all essential minerals naturally: potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper, chloride, sulfur, phosphorous, vanadium, cobalt, manganese, selenium, bromine, iodine, arsenic, iron, and fluorine. Icelandic Kelp has the highest natural concentration of Iodine. Though rare, a lack of iodine can cause developmental structural and neural fetal abnormalities collectively called cretinism. This condition, directly as a result of low maternal iodine supplies, is difficult to correct postpartum, if at all

Nova Scotia Dulse: Another super seaweed: dulse is the highest in protein of the popular sea vegeatables; Maine Coast and Nova Scotia dulse test at 22% protein. As its rust-red color suggests, dulse is very high in iron. Dulse contains many easily assimilated minerals and trace elements. Nova Scotia dulse tests high in B6 and B12 vitamins. Although dulse tastes very salty, the Maine Coast dulse tested relatively low in sodium (1740mg/100g) and high in potassium (7820mg/100g).

Enzymes: Prtoease,Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase, Bromelain, Papain, Alpha Galactosidase. Added to Vitamineral Green to Optimize aborption and facilitate the cleansing affect of this superfood.











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