WeNatal Prenatal Supplement for Women.

WeNatal Supplements for Her

Formulated to support a healthy mom and a healthy baby, whether you’re pregnant now or hope to be.

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Our prenatal supplements for women contain 24 essential nutrients in their most absorbable forms and at the right doses. Our clinically-proven ingredients support you from preconception, through pregnancy to breastfeeding.

Core Benefits

  • Preconception nutrients supporting egg quality

    Inositol, methylfolate, vitamin D, antioxidants, iodine, and iron; taken prior to conception, these help build optimal nutrient reserves for pregnancy

  • Promotes overall health and immune function at every stage of pregnancy

    Vitamin D, magnesium, inositol, folate, zinc, B vitamins, and antioxidants

  • Supports development of baby’s bones, tissues, organs, and nervous system

    Choline, iron, B vitamins, copper, iodine

  • Provides core nutrients to support optimal immune function

    Vitamin A, C, D, E, zinc, methylfolate, selenium, iodine, and iron

  • Postpartum nutrients to support milk supply and healing post delivery

    Iron, B complex vitamins, choline, vitamin D, vitamin K, and antioxidants

Supports Egg QualityPreconception nutrients supporting egg quality

Inositol, methylfolate, vitamin D, antioxidants, iodine, and iron; taken prior to conception, these help build optimal nutrient reserves for pregnancy

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  • Doctor Formulated
  • Right Nutrients, Right Dose
  • Just Three Pills Daily
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  • Gluten and Allergen-Free

Why Choose WeNatal Supplements

With so many available options, it’s tough to know which prenatal supplement to choose

Why Choose WeNatal Supplements

WeNatal for Her

  • Contains critical nutrients often missing from prenatals
  • Formulated with potent doses clinically tested to improve absorption in your body
  • Contains methylated (active) folate and other B vitamins
  • Only three capsules
  • Costs only $59 per month
  • Sustainable packaging

Other Premium Brands

  • Lack critical nutrients, such as choline
  • Doses are too low to make a difference
  • Contain folic acid, which 60% of people can’t process
  • Requires significantly more capsules
  • Cost prohibitive
  • Wasteful packaging
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Core Ingredients

Contains the right amount of clinically-proven nutrients to support conception and a healthy pregnancy and baby. Formulated to support reproductive health at every stage of pregnancy. Our ingredients provide all the building blocks for a healthy baby, from head to toe.

  • Methylfolate

    Folic acid, the synthetic form of methylfolate used in many prenatal supplements, may pose a health risk for those who can't process it—which is 40-60% of the population.

    • Ovulation and egg development
    • Spinal cord and brain development
  • Vitamin D

    The most recent research shows that 4,000 IU of vitamin D daily has the greatest benefits in preventing preterm labor/ births and infections. Vitamin D may help reduce the risk of miscarriage, pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, low birth weight, pre-term birth, and post-partum depression.

    • Supports a healthy pregnancy
    • Calcium absorption for bone health
    • Postpartum support
  • Choline

    Many prenatals lack this vital nutrient. Getting enough choline, especially in the third trimester, may boost your baby's brain function later in life.

    • Spinal cord and brain development
    • Gene expression
    • Tissue production
  • Iron

    Red blood cells carry oxygen through your body and to your baby. Pregnant women require twice the amount of iron to meet the increased red blood cell demand.

    • Red blood cell formation
    • Tissue production
    • Postpartum support
  • Antioxidants

    Antioxidant support is particularly important during preconception and the first trimester because oxidative stress naturally happens throughout placental and early fetal development. WeNatal for Her's antioxidant blend includes selenium, copper, zinc, manganese, and vitamins A, C, and E. We've also included lutein and zeaxanthin, which have antioxidant properties.

    • Supports baby's future health
    • Postpartum support
  • Vitamins B

    B vitamins are especially important for strict vegetarians and vegans, who often lack one more of these nutrients. In addition to methylfolate (B9), WeNatal for Her contains: B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6, B7 (biotin), and B12.

    • Supports reproductive health
    • DNA regulation
    • Postpartum support
  • Magnesium

    Magnesium needs increase during pregnancy. Even with a healthy, diverse diet, our soil (and food) has become so magnesium-deficient, most people require supplementation.

    • Muscle and nerve function
    • Heart health
    • 300+ enzymatic processes
  • Zinc

    Many people of childbearing age have mild or moderate zinc deficiency, and more than 80% of women don't get enough zinc in their diet.

    • Immune system support
    • Supports gut health
  • Copper

    Low levels of copper and zinc early in pregnancy have been associated with labor complications. Copper helps keep zinc at safe levels in your body.

    • Brain development
    • Gene expression
    • Red blood cell production
  • Inositol

    This carbohydrate is especially effective at improving the rate of pregnancy in women with infertility challenges and those undergoing IVF treatment.

    • Supports reproductive health
    • Supports embryo health
    • Helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels
  • Molybdenum

    Around 70% of pregnant women will experience some degree of nausea. This is due to excess sulfite production. Research indicates that molybdenum may help alleviate nausea by breaking down sulfite to sulfate which is then excreted from the body or reused.

    • May alleviate nausea
  • Iodine

    Mild to moderate iodine deficiency is common among women of childbearing age and low iodine levels may reduce chances of pregnancy. Requirements for iodine also increase during pregnancy.

    • Supports thyroid function
    • Regulates metabolism
    • Supports brain development
  • Chromium

    Supports Metabolic Health 

    • Supporting blood sugar control
    • Antioxidant effects
  • Vitamin K


Folic acid, the synthetic form of methylfolate used in many prenatal supplements, may pose a health risk for those who can't process it—which is 40-60% of the population.

  • Ovulation and egg development
  • Spinal cord and brain development

Whether you’re pregnant or hoping to be, WeNatal is doctor formulated to optimize health in every stage.

  • Supports reproductive health
  • Builds nutrient stores
  • Promotes a healthy pregnancy


  • Supports brain development
  • Builds nutrient reserves
1st Trimester

1st Trimester

  • Benefits baby’s newly forming organs
  • Develops strong bones
2nd Trimester

2nd Trimester

  • Supports baby’s brain function
  • Promotes mom's overall health
3rd Trimester

3rd Trimester

  • Helps mom heal
  • Supports milk production


Supporting you from preconception through breastfeeding and beyond.

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  • WeNatal for Her includes key nutrients you need to support a healthy pregnancy, such as methylated B vitamins, methylfolate, iron, iodine, zinc, magnesium, and choline, in their most absorbable forms. Additionally, our formula provides a higher dose of vitamin D and choline than several other prenatal supplements currently available.


    Many prenatals on the market use synthetic ingredients such as folic acid which many people can’t absorb and can actually be harmful for those with a certain genetic profile. Doses of ingredients are all based on clinical research and backed by science. These are functional doses that make a difference! Our formula is non-GMO, free of major allergens (gluten, dairy, soy, eggs and nut) and free of synthetic fillers and colors.

    We make it easy on you with just three capsules designed to be easy on your stomach. Our prenatal is delivered to your door for just $59.95/month.

  • We recommend you start taking WeNatal for Her at least 3-6 months before trying to get pregnant. However, it is generally a good idea for most women of reproductive age to take a prenatal supplement, and thus can be started long before conception.

  • Yes! We have included key nutrients to support healing after birth and breastfeeding – iron, B complex vitamins, choline, vitamin D, and antioxidants. We recommend remaining on your prenatal for at least 3 months after giving birth, and at least 12 months if you are breastfeeding. Staying on the prenatal a few months after you have weaned can help replenishing stores in your body. If you plan to get pregnant again, you can continue to stay on the WeNatal as a daily support.

  • Yes! Nutrients such as vitamin A, C, D, E, zinc, methylfolate, selenium, and iron are all immune-supporting nutrients, especially for women.

  • Vitamin A has important roles in genetic expression, embryonic development, organ formation during fetal development, normal immune function, and eye development and vision.


    We combine two forms of vitamin A – mixed carotenoids (the family of vitamin A compounds found in nature including beta-carotene, lycopene, etc.) and preformed vitamin A, palmitate, which is easily absorbed. Some people have a difficult time converting carotenoids to palmitate vitamin A, but too much of the palmitate can become toxic, and research shows it may increase the risk of birth defects at levels above 5,000IU (1,500mcg RAE) daily.


    Mixed carotenoids have not been linked to birth defects, but giving carotenoids alone is not sufficient to maintain optimal vitamin A levels. Therefore, WeNatal included 1,000mcg RAE of mixed carotenoids and 1,200mcg RAE of palmitate which is also recommended in this research study .


    We use a bit of both to meet the increased needs of vitamin A in pregnancy for all women while staying within a safe level for baby. We also caution women taking WeNatal to limit concentrated sources of vitamin A from their diet, especially liver, so they do not exceed the safe levels of preformed vitamin A.

  • Pregnant women need at least double the amount of iron compared to non-pregnant women. However, unless advised by a licensed healthcare professional due to your individual needs, you should not supplement with additional iron.
    And don’t worry, we use a form of iron that is gentle on your stomach!

  • Supplementing with higher doses of vitamin D in pregnancy has been correlated with improved bone mineralization of the baby compared to those with standard dosing.

  • About 40-60% of the population presents with genetic variants (MTHFR) that inhibit the body’s ability to convert folic acid into the active form of folate (5-methyltetrahydrofolate). Since folic acid has well-known and well-studied benefits in pregnancy, we use the form of folic acid that is bioavailable to all women, no matter their genetic uniqueness. 5-MTHF will not harm those who do not present with any genetic variants (MTHFR).

  • Preconception: Supports energy production, mood, and builds nutrient reserves so that mom and baby are both sure to have what they need. Key nutrients that are often low in women of childbearing age include vitamin D and iron, both of which you want at optimal levels before pregnancy. Having enough B vitamins, especially folate, is key for supporting a healthy pregnancy. Also, inositol may support a healthy conception if taken before and during the process of getting pregnant.


    1st trimester: Folate and choline support healthy neural tube development and facilitate healthy brain development in the critical 28 days after you conceive. Also, increasing blood supply makes iron especially important during the first trimester. Vitamin C not only supports bone and tissue development, but also enhances the absorption of iron.


    2nd trimester: Nutrients such as vitamin D, B vitamins, and copper will support the continual development and growth of your baby’s newly formed organs and tissues.


    3rd trimester: Helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels when used as part of a healthy diet. Supports baby with nutrients through delivery. Nutrients such as vitamin C, D, magnesium, and antioxidants are especially important in the maintenance of healthy blood pressure already within the normal range. Adequate choline in the 3rd trimester has been associated with better cognitive function late in baby’s life.


    Postpartum: To help mom with the healing process postpartum, as well as promote a healthy milk supply, iron,  B complex vitamins, choline, vitamin D, and antioxidants are key.

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Medical Disclaimer: The information on this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitution for the diagnosis, treatment or advice of a qualified, licensed medical professional. Seek the advice of a medical professional for proper application of this material to any specific situation.

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WeNatal for Her contains clinically-proven levels of nutrients that support conception, a healthy pregnancy, development of a healthy baby, and mom’s recovery post-delivery. B complex vitamins, especially folate, help prevent neural tube defects. WeNatal only includes methylated forms of the B vitamins to ensure property utilization even in those with an MTHFR gene variant. This is also one of the only prenatals on the market that contains 550mg of choline and 4,000IU of vitamin D. These levels are based on the most current research while the average prenatal offers only 50mg and 800-2,000IU, respectively. Antioxidants like vitamin A, C, E, selenium, and manganese support healthy pregnancy and baby's development. Nutrients such as iron, copper, and vitamin K help prepare mom’s body for increased nutrient demands during pregnancy as well as recovery post-delivery.

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