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Cyster Talk: Multivitamins

Let's face it, we don't eat 110% healthy everyday or all the time. We have cheat meals, eat chocolate when it calls to us, and you know what? That's ok. Everything is ok in moderation. With PCOS our bodies need supplementation for the things that go out of whack and to keep them on track. It's very important to supplement your diet with a daily multivitamin. I choose to take a Prenatal vitamin both for cost, and because I would like to TTC again in the immediate future.

So, which vitamin is best? Steer clear of drugstore vitamins. Stay away from Walgreens or Wal-Mart, those value brands are just not good and full of junk fillers. Stick with a Whole Food Multivitamin, the ones you find at Vitamin Shoppe, GNC, or Vitamin World. So, what brand do I take?

Rainbow Light Prenatal One

It doesn't say Whole Food, but it is food based. I ultimately chose this one due to cost and the fact that I only have to take one instead of taking four like other brands. Of course Megafoood Baby & Me are the top choice for Prenatal vitamins, but again, cost wise and dosage wise just doesn't agree with my wallet.

120 tablets in a bottle
4 tablets per day
30 day supply

That's expensive when a Multivitamin is only one of many steps in order to maintain PCOS wellness naturally and holistically. With the Rainbow Light Prenatal One you're looking to spend $10-15 for a 30 day supply, which isn't too terrible. Shop around online and see which is the best bet. I recently added to my Amazon Shopping list and a 5 month supply will only cost $40-$50! That's a super steal bargain for a quality brand that's good for your health. Do you have a brand of Multivitamins you swear by? Share your brands in the comments, I'm always researching ways to help manage and heal my PCOS symptoms. 

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