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What’S In Ritual Vitamins? What Makes Them Special?
I’ve been taking Ritual for almost a month now to thoroughly write this post. I actually take prenatal vitamins, even though I’m not trying to get pregnant (bless up IUD). I take these because they are the most affordable vitamin out there that also has iron, something I’m always low on without supplement support.
Rituals do have iron (woohoo!). And 9 total ingredients that the company deems to be essential women ages 18-49 to take for bone health, brain health, blood-building and antioxidant support. To skip right to the chase: I personally probably won’t be purchasing Ritual supplements again and honestly, you probably will be just fine with regular generic vitamins from your drugstore that’s a fraction of the price.
Unless you fall into a few certain categories. I think Rituals is really great for a few groups of people, and perhaps you are one of those people (in which case, you’ll love this vitamin brand.). But before we go into why I don’t think the Ritual supplement company is the best for me, I’ll quickly chat pros and cons of Ritual Vitamins, starting with the stuff I do like.
Ritual Vitamins: Overviews
Katerina Schneider, the woman behind Ritual Vitamins was used to finding products that fit her needs. When she was pregnant, all she had to do was spend her time searching for a perfect prenatal multivitamin. Hence, Ritual Company was created.
Ritual, together with its founder and the rest of the team emphasizes the significance of traceability and transparency of how the product is formed such as ingredients and the formulation processes. In this post, we will have our own “Ritual Vitamins review” in which we will examine its effectiveness, benefits, and legitimacy of Ritual Vitamins and what customers say about the brand. Read on to find out what Ritual has to offer.
What Can Ritual Vitamins Do For Pregnancy?
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A Stark Contrast
I figured it was wiser to spend my money on the gear we would need, like a crib. I had low energy, I was so sick, and I felt miserable — all because my health was not a priority.
But hindsight is 20/20.