Next Generation Prenatal Science

Bellamins is a complete daily prenatal vitamin formulated for the changing needs of each trimester and delivered in a delicious prenatal drink mix. As a drink mix, Bellamins premium nutrients are absorbed into your system within minutes, making sure your baby gets the most out of your prenatal vitamin. Because your baby deserves to have optimal cellular nourishment to support building a healthy body for a long life.


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It's more than just a vitamin

The concept of prenatal vitamin drinks has been around for a while, but prenatal vitamins formulated differently for every trimester is a new one. Until now, prenatals came in a "one formula fits all" concoction. But research shows that nutrients have different effects on both baby and mother depending on when they're taken.

Bellamins formulas are backed by doctors, midwives, and decades of research. They are carefully balanced with premium nutrients that are absorbed almost immediately. By the time you finish drinking your Bellamins, your baby is enjoying the same nutritional boost as you.


You're going to love Bellamins®. Order some of our vitamin drink mix today and taste its lemon-berry goodness. See how it makes you feel. Notice the peace of mind that comes from getting the right nutrients during the right trimester. Enjoy it for up to 30 days and, if for any reason, you decide you don't like it simply call or message us, tell us you don't want it, and we'll give you a 100% refund - including shipping. You won’t have to jump through any hoops. We don't want you to just be happy... we want you to be delighted! 

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    NO Artificial Flavors    
    NO Artificial Sweeteners
    Just natural fruit based goodness



    What Moms Are Saying

    Angelica Grant
    "I'm Beyond thankful for Bellamins. Having had recent miscarriages, it has been comforting to know that this time, Bellamins has provided myself and my baby exactly what we need when we need it."

    Sally Martin

    "Seriously. No aftertaste. No vita smell. And yummy! I love these yummy, yummy vitamins!" 

    Robyn Griggs
    "I love that these vitamins have the right ingredients at the right times during your pregnancy. I was able to taste test them during my last pregnancy and can easily say I wish I had these during each of my pregnancies." 

    Amanda Showalter
    "I mixed my first sample with extra water and I wasn't in love with the stevia after taste. I played with the mixture of water and used less the next time around it was so much better. I love the convenience of one packet a day and I don't have to swallow 8 pills a day. Being in my third trimester, I am loving the B vitamin boost as well. My little man even seems to enjoy them . All in all I am very, very pleased."

    Taylor Davis
    "Bellamins are honestly great. I put it in ice tea and all kinds of juices !! And good news.... I believe my morning sickness is gone."

    Sarah Menendez
    "I have never been able to swallow pills so in my previous pregnancies I had to chew my prenatal vitamins which tasted awful. So I was overjoyed to find Bellamins!!! First of all the packaging is beautiful and sweet. It makes me feel like I am doing something special. But the best thing about it is the taste. It is not overly sweet. It almost tastes like a pink starbust but even better. I look forward to drinking it every morning. I am 11 weeks along in my 4th pregnancy and it feels great to confidently give the right, targeted nutrition to my growing human. I highly recommend Bellamins to my friends and family. There is nothing like it out there!!!"



    What Google Can Tell Us About Pregnant Women Worldwide

    June 18, 2018

    What Google Can Tell Us About Pregnant Women Worldwide   We at Bellamins love pregnant women, and we love learning about the experience of pregnancy all over the world. So we also love stories like this one: Google reveals what pregnant women really want to know (   Not surprisingly, women (and their partners) all over the world turn to Google to research answers to their questions about pregnancy. An analysis of search terms submitted in different countries reveals some interesting trends. For example:   In the United States expecting moms want to know if they can safely “eat shrimp,” “drink wine,” “drink coffee,” or “take Tylenol?”   In Canada, Britain and Australia the alcohol issue doesn’t even make the...

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    Incredible! First ever babies born after uterine transplants

    October 18, 2015

    photo credit: Daily Mail UK   In 2014, 9 women underwent uterine transplants in a medical trial. Historically, this procedure has had a high rejection rate with tissues from deceased donors. This new trial instead used the tissues of living donors and the results are amazing. Considered a major success, 77% of the transplants were accepted by the women's bodies and at this point 55% of the women went on to deliver babies. What an incredible advancement for women who were born without a uterus, or have other uterine issues that prevent either becoming pregnant, or carrying to term. Huge congratulations to the families who were able to have their dreams come true with this groundbreaking new procedure. Read the...

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    Advancements in the treatment and prevention of heart defects in newborns

    October 01, 2015

    There is a great article in TIME about an advancement for newborns with congenital heart defects (heart defects that occur before birth) requiring surgery. A researcher/inventor created a glue that will create a seal without damaging surrounding tissues. Did you know???... "nearly 1 in every 100 babies is born with a congenital heart defect, and it’s a leading cause of infant deaths in the U.S." So can we prevent it from happening int he first place? Possibly... The baby's heart develops in the first trimester. Research suggests that an intake of vitamin E over 15 mg/ day during the first trimester can lead to a 9 fold increase in the incidence of Congenital Heart Defects. The average prenatal vitamin has...

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