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Iron Free, Healthy Preconception and Pregnancy Support

BioCeuticals InNatal® is an iron-free formula to support women’s preconception and pregnancy health.

Pregnancy is a time of increased nutritional demands on a woman and getting the right amounts of nutrients is of utmost importance for a successful pregnancy outcome and a healthy baby. A multivitamin and mineral supplement can help with general nutritional support preconception, and during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

InNatal® is an iron-free formula specifically formulated to support women’s preconception health, a healthy pregnancy, and healthy foetal development. It provides several key nutrients including iodine, vitamin D3, zinc, choline and the active forms of folic acid – folinic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF). Each daily dose provides 500 micrograms of folic acid in its active forms.

Serving Type: Soft Capsule
Available in Sizes: 120 60 Dosage: Adults: Take 1 capsule two times a day, or as professionally prescribed. Take with food.

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  • Provides 1000 IU of vitamin D3 and 20 mg of zinc per daily dose to help maintain levels of these nutrients during breastfeeding.
  • Provides a full range of B complex vitamins, some in their active form. Provides vitamin K2 as menaquinone 7 (MK-7).
  • Provides choline as Vitacholine® from naturally derived tartaric acid.
  • Choline supports healthy foetal brain development when dietary intake is inadequate.
  • InNatal® maintains zinc and vitamin D levels in breastfeeding women.
  • InNatal® provides ingredients to support preconception health.
  • Folate, zinc and iodine support healthy foetal development
  • New, smaller soft-gel capsule that reduces unpleasant odour and is easier to swallow.


Betacarotene 3mg
Thiamine nitrate 864micrograms
equiv. to thiamine (vitamin B1)700micrograms
Riboflavin sodium phosphate active vitamin B2 889micrograms
equiv. to riboflavin (vitamin B2)700micrograms
Nicotinamide vitamin B3 9mg
Calcium pantothenate 2.73mg
equiv. to pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)2.5mg
Pyridoxal 5-phosphate monohydrate (P5P) (active vitamin B6) 15.7mg
equiv. to pyridoxine (vitamin B6)10mg
Pyridoxine hydrochloride 18.2mg
equiv. to pyridoxine (vitamin B6)15mg
Calcium folinate 191micrograms
equiv. to folinic acid (activated vitamin B9)150micrograms
Levomefolate calcium 108micrograms
equiv. to levomefolic acid (5-MTHF) (active vitamin B9)100micrograms
Mecobalamin co-methylcobalamin) (active vitamin B12 1.3micrograms
Ascorbic acid vitamin C 50mg
Colecalciferol 12.5micrograms
equiv. to vitamin D3500IU
d-alpha tocopheryl acetate 16.5mg
equiv. to vitamin E22.4IU
Biotin 15micrograms
Menaquinone 7 vitamin K2 30micrograms
Calcium (as calcium hydrogen phosphate) 25mg
Chromium (as chromium picolinate) 15micrograms
Iodine (as potassium iodide) 135micrograms
Magnesium as magnesium phosphate pentahydrate 15mg
Manganese as manganese amino acid chelate 1mg
Molybdenum as molybdenum trioxide 25micrograms
Selenium selenium 100 micrograms 17.5micrograms
Zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate) 10mg
Choline bitartrate 100mg
Inositol 30mg


  • Always read the label and follow the directions for use.
  • If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
  • Nutritional supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
  • This medicine contains selenium which is toxic in high doses. A daily dose of 150 micrograms for adults of selenium from dietary supplements should not be exceeded.
  • Advise your doctor of any medicine you take during pregnancy, particularly in your first trimester.
  • Contains soya bean products and sulfites. 
  • If you have any pre-existing conditions or are on any medications always talk to your health professional before use.
  • Some products should be ceased at least two weeks before any elective surgery, please confirm with your health professional.


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