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HormonalCare™

with vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity, zinc, which contributes to normal fertility and folate, which contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy

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HormonalCare™ is a unique combination of multivitamin and mineral complex, plant extract, and omega-3 food supplement including myo-inositol and vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. 

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Key benefits

Supports reproduction
Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction.
Contributes to normal blood sugar levels
Chromium contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels.
Regulates hormone activity
Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity. Iodine contributes to the normal production of thyroid hormones. Iodine and selenium both contribute to normal thyroid function.
Protects the cells from oxidative stress
Vitamin C contributes to the regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E. Vitamin C, vitamin E, riboflavin, zinc and selenium contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
Contributes to the tissue growth during pregnancy
Contains the natural source of folate, 5-methyltetrahydrofolate. Folate contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy.
Follows the Danish Health and Medicines Authority's recommendations
DHMA recommends that women consume 400 µg of folic acid before pregnancy and during the 1st trimester, as well as 10 µg of vitamin D throughout the entire pregnancy.
Easy and practical
At La Roar we strive to make supplementation easy. That is why we develop complete solutions packed in practical daily sachets making it easier to take the daily dosage.
Methodical selected sources
We have searched the globe for nutrient sources and have hand-picked our raw materials. This includes among others, the Antarctic Omega-Krill™ and the natural source of vitamin C from Brazilian acerola berries.

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THE CREATION

Why we created this product

We are constantly exposed to hormonal changes that affect everything from our mood, to energy, appetite and the menstrual cycle.

We created HormonalCare™, a multivitamin and mineral food supplement with myo-inositol and vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity, primarily due to the incredible number of inquiries from women who were looking for a product that includes both the natural methyl folate and myo-inositol in its formula. 

For many of you it was also important that the product follows the Danish Health and Medicines Authority's recommendations of 400 μg of folic acid and 10 μg of vitamin D up to the desired pregnancy and the first trimester of pregnancy.

If you are in doubt on whether you can benefit from a multivitamin and mineral food supplement that includes myo-inositol or whether FertilityCare™ with zinc, which contributes to normal fertility and reproduction is a better match for you, you are welcome to write us at info@la-roar.com

Daily dose contains

1 x Multivitamin-mineral tablet.
2 x Myo-inositol tablet.
1 x Magnesium tablet.
2 x Omega-Krill™.

Ingredients in HormonalCare™

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  • Vitamin A

    400 μg.

    Vitamin A contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes, has a role in the process of cell specialization, and contributes to the normal function of the immune system. 

    Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin, which dissolves in fat during digestion, and the excess is stored in the body’s fat stores and most organs. 

    Slightly untraditionally, we have chosen to add two different sources of vitamin A: beta-carotene and retinyl acetate. Vitamin A is found in the plant world in the form of precursor compounds such as beta-carotene, which has vitamin A activity. Our preferred source of vitamin A before and during pregnancy is beta-carotene, which we decided to add in a higher amount compared to retinyl acetate. Beta-carotene is a carotenoid, a pigment that gives the orange color to carrots. 

  • Vitamin E

    10 mg.

    Vitamin E is an antioxidant that contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. 

    We use the natural source of vitamin E called D-alpha-tocopheryl acetate. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, which dissolves in fat during digestion, and the excess is stored in the body’s fat stores and most organs. 

    Vitamin C contributes to the regeneration of the reduced form of vitamin E. You will find natural vitamin C, extracted from acerola berries, in all our products. 

    Good sources of vitamin E are vegetable oils, vegetable oil-based spreads, nuts, seeds and egg yolks. 

  • Thiamin (Vitamin B1)

    1.5 mg.

    Thiamin contributes to the normal function of the heart, energy-yielding metabolism, and normal functioning of the nervous system. Thiamin, also known as vitamin B1, belongs to the vitamin B complex. 

    All B vitamins are water-soluble vitamins that we need to intake daily, as they can be stored in the body to a limited extent. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins, because the excess is excreted through urine. 

    Major food sources of thiamin in the Nordic diet are cereal products, meat and meat products, and milk and dairy products. 

  • Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

    1.6 mg.

    Riboflavin contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress and to normal energy-yielding metabolism. In addition, it contributes to the maintenance of normal red blood cells and to the normal functioning of the nervous system. 

    Riboflavin, also called vitamin B2, is an essential component of two major coenzymes. Riboflavin is, like the other B vitamins, a water-soluble vitamin and is absorbed in the proximal small intestine. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins, because the excess is excreted through urine.

    The main sources of riboflavin in the Nordic diet are milk, dairy products, meat and meat products. 

  • Niacin (Vitamin B3)

    17 mg.

    Niacin, also called nicotinic acid, contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system and to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes. 

    Niacin is part of two important coenzymes nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP). 

    Niacin, also called vitamin B3, belongs to the vitamin B complex. All B vitamins are water-soluble vitamins we need to intake daily, as they can be stored in the body to a limited extent. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins, because the excess is excreted through urine. 

    Niacin is mainly found in protein-rich animal foods such as meat, fish, and eggs as well as in peanuts, sunflower seeds, mushrooms, peas and avocados. 

  • Vitamin B6

    2.8 mg.

    Vitamin B6 contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity and to normal homocysteine, protein and glycogen metabolism. In addition, it contributes to the normal function of the immune system by being directly involved in the synthesis of antibodies and other cells that are essential for a normal immune system. 

    Vitamin B6 also contributes to the reduction of fatigue and exhaustion due to its role in the maintenance of normal red blood cells. Vitamin B6 is, like the other B vitamins, a water-soluble vitamin. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins, because the excess is excreted through urine.

    Some of the major sources of vitamin B6 are seafood, fish, meat and potatoes. 

  • Folate

    400 μg.

    Folate contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy. 

    We use the natural folate form, 5-methyltetrahydrofolate. This is the active form of folate, which unlike folic acid, the synthetic form, does not need to undergo enzymatic conversion. Therefore, it can be directly absorbed by the body. 

    According to the Danish National Board of Health, it is recommended to increase folate intake during pregnancy. Supplemental folic acid increases folate status in the mother. A low folate status is a risk factor in relation to the development of neural tube defects in the growing fetus. Therefore, the DNBH, together with other European Health Authorities, recommend a daily food supplement of 400 µg of folate throughout the first trimester, as the neural tube closes within the first 22-29 days after fertilization.

  • Vitamin B12

    4 μg.

    Vitamin B12 contributes to normal red blood cell formation and has a role in the process of cell division. Together with vitamin B6 and folate, it contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism. Furthermore, vitamin B12 contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue, as well as to the normal function of the immune system. 

    Vitamin B12 is involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body as a cofactor in DNA synthesis and in both fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble vitamin that is absorbed in the last part of the small intestine. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B12 because the excess is excreted through urine.

    Meat, dairy products and seafood are particularly good sources of vitamin B12. Vegetarian diets, especially vegan diets, tend to contain low or minimal amounts of vitamin B12. 

  • Biotin

    30 μg.

    Biotin is also known for being the "beauty vitamin", as it contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and normal skin. 

    Biotin, also called vitamin B7, contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membranes, to normal energy-yielding metabolism, and to the normal functioning of the nervous system. 

    Biotin is, like the other B vitamins, a water-soluble vitamin. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins because the excess is excreted through urine.

    Biotin is found in small amounts in most foods. Oats, bread and wheat bran are good sources of biotin. 

  • Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5)

    6 mg.

    Vitamin B5 contributes to the normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some neurotransmitters. 

    Pantothenic acid, also called vitamin B5, is required to synthesize coenzyme A and to synthesize and metabolize fats, proteins and carbohydrates. This is why pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of fatigue and exhaustion and to a normal energy-yielding metabolism. 

    Pantothenic acid belongs to the vitamin B complex. All B vitamins are water-soluble vitamins we need to intake daily, as they can be stored in the body to a limited extent. There is a very reduced risk of getting an overdose of B vitamins, because the excess is excreted through urine. 

  • Zinc

    15 mg.

    Zinc is known for its ability to contribute to normal fertility, reproduction, and normal DNA synthesis. Zinc is a mineral that acts as a trace element in the body which has a role in the process of cell division. 

    We are proud of our bioavailable zinc source, zinc bisglycenate chelate. 

    Zinc is found primarily concentrated in bones, skin, muscles, red blood cells, brain, the reproductive system, hair, nails and eyes. 

    Meat, dairy products and whole grain products are good sources of zinc. 

  • Copper

    0.9 mg.

    Copper is a mineral that is a part of many different functions in the body. 

    Copper is incorporated into a variety of metalloenzymes that serve to protect cells from oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is caused by free radicals that form in response to cigarette smoke, pollution or the sun’s rays for example. 

    By contributing to a normal energy-yielding metabolism and protecting cells from oxidative stress, copper also contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system, which is one of the important functions copper has in the body. 

  • Manganese

    1.8 mg.

    Manganese contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress and to a normal energy-yielding metabolism. 

    Manganese is a catalytic cofactor for several enzymes such as arginase, pyruvate carboxylase, and superoxide dismutase (SOD). It also acts as an activator for a large number of other enzymes, some of which participate in the synthesis of proteins and cholesterol. 

    Whole grains, nuts and leafy vegetables have a high manganese content. 

  • Selenium

    60 μg.

    Selenium contributes to the normal function of the immune system. 

    We use a natural source of selenium extracted from yeast. Selenium is found in all body tissues and acts primarily as a cofactor for enzymes involved in antioxidant activities and thyroid hormone metabolism. Therefore, selenium contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. 

    Selenium is found in meat, milk, dairy products and in certain nuts, especially Brazilian nuts. Selenium is also found in cereals and vegetables, but the content varies greatly based on the amount of selenium found in soil. 

  • Chromium

    25 μg.

    Chromium is involved in the absorption of macronutrients such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Therefore, chromium contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism. 

    Chromium also contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels. Although the exact mechanism has not been identified yet, chromium seems to be involved in the promotion of insulin action, thus helping in the maintenance of normal blood sugar levels. 

    Chromium is found in whole grains, fish and processed meats. 

  • Iodine

    175 μg.

    Iodine contributes to the normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function. Furthermore, iodine contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system and normal cognitive function. 

    A normal thyroid gland is only the size of the tip of your thumb, but it controls your metabolism throughout the body. Thyroid hormones and iodine contribute to a normal energy-yielding metabolism. 

    In 2000, the addition of iodine to bread and table salt became mandatory in Denmark, in response to studies showing low iodine status and goiter in certain population groups. 

    Fish, especially sea fish, shellfish and seaweed generally contain a high iodine content. 

  • Coenzyme Q10

    75 mg.

    For this tablet we have carefully selected ubiquinone as our coenzyme Q10 source. Most people can easily take advantage of Q10 food supplements in the form of ubiquinone. 

    Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble molecule, which dissolves in fat during digestion, and the excess is stored in the body’s fat stores and most organs. 

    The form of Q10 we obtain from our diet is the oxidized form called ubiquinone. Coenzyme Q10 from the diet and food supplements is absorbed into the lymphatic system. Upon passage through the intestinal wall, Q10 is reduced and ubiquinone is enzymatically transformed into ubiquinol, which is then transported by lymph into blood.  

    Fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel or sardines and whole grains are good sources of coenzyme Q10. 

  • Red raspberry

    50 mg.

    Rubus idaeus, also known as red raspberry leaves, contributes to the improvement of intestinal microflora and decreases intestinal secretion. 

    Rubus idaeus is a deciduous red-fruited shrub that can grow up to 120 cm in height. The berries have a fresh sweetness but are also tart-flavored, which makes their sweetness more subtle. The leaves oblong with 3.5-7 leaflets, which have a green upper side and a white felted lower side. 

    As a wild plant, Rubus idaeus grows in Europe, West Asia and North America. Therefore, Rubus idaeus can also be found in the clearings of Danish coniferous forests or under tree canopies.

  • Lycopene

    10 mg.

    Our diet contains at least 60 carotenoids, which are natural pigments that give color to fruits and vegetables. The most common carotenoids in our diet are provitamin A carotenoids such as α- and β-carotene, β-cryptoxanthin, lycopene, lutein and zeaxanthin. Although lycopene is chemically a carotenoid, it has no vitamin A activity.

    Lycopene is a pigment that gives tomato its red color. It is also found in other fruits and vegetables, but in much less concentration than tomatoes. Lycopene is a fat-soluble molecule, which dissolves in fat during digestion. 

  • Vitamin C

    20 mg.

    Vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress and to the normal function of the immune system. In addition, vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones, cartilage, gums, skin, teeth and blood vessels. 

    Our vitamin C is natural and comes from acerola berries, also known as Barbados or Antillean cherries. The acerola fruit is considered to be one of the richest natural sources of vitamin C. If a normal orange has a vitamin C content of approximately 0.05%, acerola may contain up to 4.5%. Our bodies cannot synthesize vitamin C therefore, we need to obtain it through our diet. 

  • Myo-inositol

    666 mg.

    Myo-inositol is a vitamin-like sugar alcohol that is produced naturally in humans from glucose. In the body, most inositol is synthesized in the kidneys, but other tissues synthesize it as well. Inositol is most abundant in the brain, and its main role is to transmit cellular signals in response to hormones and neurotransmitters, to cause them to bind their receptors.

    Myo-inositol is naturally present in a variety of foods such as fruits, especially in cantaloupe and oranges, beans, grains and nuts.

    If you are in doubt whether a myo-inositol-containing food supplement is the right choice for you, you are welcome to write to us at info@la-roar.com

  • Vitamin D(3)

    10 μg.

    The Danish Health and Medicines Authority recommends 10 µg of vitamin D throughout the entire pregnancy. Vitamin D has a role in the process of cell division, contributes to the maintenance of normal muscle function and to the normal function of the immune system. In addition, vitamin D contributes to normal absorption of calcium, phosphorus and to normal blood calcium levels. 

    We have chosen to use vitamin D3, also called cholecalciferol. Vitamin D is a pro-hormone and a steroid-like molecule that can be synthesized in the skin with the help of sunlight (UV rays). Therefore, vitamin D is also known as the "sunshine vitamin". 

    It is difficult to get enough vitamin D through food, as only a few foods such as fish and eggs contain sufficient amounts of vitamin D. Therefore, UVB rays are the main source. If you are in doubt whether you are getting enough vitamin D, you can have your levels measured by your doctor. 

  • Vitamin K2

    60 μg.

    Vitamin K activates several bone-building proteins. The most common protein is osteocalcin, which helps to build the bones by binding calcium and other minerals to the skeleton. Together with vitamin D and magnesium, vitamin K contributes to the maintenance of normal bones. 

    In addition, vitamin K contributes to normal blood clotting, through its involvement in the normal functioning of the coagulation cascade. 

    The body receives vitamin K through diet but we can also synthesize it. Vitamin K1 is made by plants and is found in highest amounts in green leafy vegetables. Vitamin K2 is synthesized by bacteria in the normal intestinal flora. 

  • Magnesium

    140 mg.

    Magnesium has a role in the process of cell division and contributes to normal protein synthesis. Together with vitamin D, vitamin K and calcium, magnesium contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.

    Approximately 50-60% of the body’s magnesium content is found in bones and teeth. Magnesium is found mainly inside cells, where it is involved in more than 300 enzyme processes. Magnesium contributes to electrolyte balance, to normal energy-yielding metabolism and to the normal functioning of the nervous system. 

    Lettuce leaves, nuts and whole grains are good sources of magnesium. 

  • DHA

    82 mg.

    Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a long chain omega-3 fatty acid. DHA contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and of normal vision. The beneficial effect is achieved with a daily intake of 250 mg DHA. 

    Together with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), DHA contributes to the normal function of the heart. The beneficial effect is achieved by a daily intake of 250 grams of EPA and DHA, equivalent to two Omega-Krill™ capsules. 

    The omega-3 fatty acid DHA is the most common fatty acid in the human brain and makes up approximately 20% of all fatty acids found in the brain. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that the body cannot produce itself. We must therefore get it through the diet we eat. Fish and fish products are good DHA sources. 

  • EPA

    178 mg.

    Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) is a long chain omega-3 fatty acid. Together with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), EPA contributes to the normal function of the heart. The beneficial effect is achieved by a daily intake of 250 grams of EPA and DHA, equivalent to two Omega-Krill™ capsules. 

    Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that the body cannot produce itself. We must therefore get it through the diet we eat.

    Krill and fish, especially semi-fat and fatty fish types, are the main sources of the long-chain fatty acids DHA and EPA. 

  • Choline

    82.6 mg.

    Choline contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism and normal lipid metabolism. In addition, choline contributes to the maintenance of normal liver function. 

    Choline is a vitamin-like nutrient that is closely related to B vitamins. It is an organic compound that the body can also synthesize from the amino acids serine and methionine. 

    Krill, fish, beef, poultry, eggs and some types of beans and nuts are rich sources of choline. Many vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and dairy products are also good choline sources. 

  • Astaxanthin

    100 μg.

    Astaxanthin is a carotenoid pigment that gives the krill oil its beautiful deep red color. Being a carotenoid, astaxanthin comes from the same family as beta-carotene, a carotenoid that has vitamin A activity. In nature, astaxanthin is found in a wide variety of living organisms. 

    Our bodies cannot synthesize astaxanthin, and like many other carotenoids, it must be added to the diet or in the form of a food supplement. 

    Krill, algae, trout, salmon, shrimp, crayfish and yeast are good sources of astaxanthin. 
FAQ

You probably have a lot of questions

When should I start with HormonalCare™?
We recommend you to start with HormonalCare™ as soon as you are considering becoming pregnant. We have carefully selected all the ingredients included in the daily dose. In addition to the vitamin and mineral complex, we have included plant extracts, coenzyme Q10, myo-inositol and lycopene to the formulation. HormonalCare™ with vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity, is recommended for women who are planning a pregnancy and who may have been advised by their doctor to take a food supplement containing inositol. 

The fetal neural tube closes at day 18-28 after fertilization and at this time point normal folate status is needed. Therefore, the Danish National Board of Health recommends 400 µg of folic acid daily from the day you are considering to become pregnant and until week 12 of your pregnancy, to reduce the risk of developing neural tube defects. 

Supplementary intake of folic acid increases the folate status of the mother. A low folate status has been associated with the development of neural tube defects in the growing fetus. In addition, HormonalCare™ contains zinc, which contributes to normal fertility and reproduction, and chromium, which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels. 
Can I take HormonalCare™ if I am undergoing fertility treatment?
Yes, you can. HormonalCare™ is a supplement to your otherwise healthy and nutritious diet. If you have not already done so, we recommend you to talk to your doctor or fertility clinic about diet and food supplements. If necessary, bring your food supplement box or a picture of the nutritional content of your food supplement at your next consultation. 

If you have further questions about the ingredients and nutritional content, you are always welcome to write to us at info@la-roar.com.
Why do we use folate (5-methytetrahydrofolate) as a source of folic acid instead of folic acid?
Folic acid is a synthetic compound that has no biological activity unless it is enzymatically converted to 5-methyltetrahydrofolate. Unfortunately, this conversion may be incomplete in some people. 

At La Roar, we use the natural folic acid form, 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF). This is the active form of folic acid which is highly bioavailable (how it gets absorbed and used by the body) because, unlike folic acid, 5-MTHF does not need to undergo enzymatic conversion. This means that it can be directly absorbed by the body. 
Why do we use krill oil instead of fish oil?
At La Roar, we are especially proud of our Omega-Krill™ fatty acids capsules. The omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA contribute to the normal function of the heart. The beneficial effect is achieved by a daily intake of 250 grams of EPA and DHA together, equivalent to two Omega-Krill™ capsules. 

Krill are shrimp-like crustaceans and a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Krill live in dense swarms primarily in the Antarctic seas. Like fish oil, krill oil contains active EPA and DHA, which do not require further transformation in the body, like plant omega does for example. However, unlike omega-3 from fish oil, krill are omega-3 bound in a phospholipid form, which helps them integrate into the cell membranes and may be a better delivery form to the body’s organs. In addition, krill oil is also a good source of choline and astaxanthin, which gives the oil its beautiful dark red color.

The Omega-Krill™ fatty acids capsule is made with a new encapsulation technology that contains ethyl vanillin, which gives it a light and pleasant scent of vanilla. The water-soluble form of the capsule allows the oil to quickly dissolve in the stomach, so the well-known "fish breath" is avoided. 
How do I take HormonalCare™?
We recommend you to take the daily dose with a glass of water, preferably in the evening and in connection with a protein-rich meal. If you feel like it, you can enjoy a cup of decaffeinated tea afterwards. Avoid coffee and sugar with your daily dose.
Why do you recommend taking the daily dose in the evening?
We recommend you to take the tablets in the evening because of the magnesium content of the daily dose. Magnesium can have a relaxing effect on your muscles that can help you before going to sleep. 

Furthermore, vitamins A, D, E and K are fat-soluble vitamins. They are found primarily in fatty foods and are absorbed into the body through the fat from the diet. Therefore, we recommend that you do not take the tablets on an empty stomach. During the day, most of us get a relatively good intake of nutrients through our diet including fat and this is what we would like to build on. 

You can of course take your daily dose in the morning, after your breakfast, if it fits better in your daily routine. Try to avoid taking it on an empty stomach. 
For how long should I take HormonalCare™?
We recommend you to take HormonalCare™ until the end of the first trimester of pregnancy. For the second and third trimesters, we have carefully developed PregnancyCare™.
Should I supplement with something else?
No, it is not necessary. HormonalCare™ is a complete multivitamin-mineral, plant extract, and omega-3 food supplement with vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity, zinc which contributes to normal fertility and folate, which contributes to maternal tissue growth during pregnancy. Unless you have special needs that go beyond the purpose of the product, you are fully covered by this food supplement in connection with a healthy and varied diet.

The Danish National Board of Health recommends pregnant women to eat 500 g of dairy products a day, otherwise you may want to consider taking a calcium food supplement. If you are in doubt or do not feel that you are eating enough dairy products and that you may need extra calcium, please send us an email at info@la-roar.com and we will do our best to help you with that.
Do you have any other good tips when planning a pregnancy?
Yes, of course we do. In our blog section RoarBlog, you will find a lot of wonderful articles about fertility, pregnancy, diet, fish oil vs. krill oil, fertility tests, pregnancy tests, sex, stories from women who are planning a pregnancy, pregnancy nausea, recipes and of course about food supplements. 

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