The table below depicts the major differences between each Optimal Prenatal product. There are minor nutritional differences that can be distinguished by looking at the labels on each product page. None of the Optimal Prenatal products contain iron, as iron competes with calcium for absorption. If you doctor recommends that you take iron, consider supplementing separately. Your doctor should be able to recommend the right product for your body and lifestyle.
|Overall Qualities||Nutritional Differences||Serving size/Delivery||Suitability||Lifestyle|
|Optimal Prenatal Protein Powder||Most comprehensive, powder format, added protein powder, no iron||Potent vitamin and mineral content. Contains pea and rice protein and choline. No copper||Powder/ 1 scoop (40 g)||Schedule allows for smoothie/shake making, can't swallow capsules, needs protein||Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, no GMOs|
|Optimal Prenatal Capsules||Comprehensive, capsule format, no protein, no iron||Potent vitamin and minerals. Contains choline and copper. No protein.||Capsules/ 8||Busy schedule, doesn't like sweet tastes, doesn't need protein||Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, no GMOs|
|Optimal Prenatal Chewable||Simpler, not as potent, no herbs or amino acids only 2 chewable tablets, no iron||Lower vitamin and mineral content. Contains copper. No protein, choline, red raspberry, L-carnosine, or ginger.||Chewable tablets/ 2||Busy schedule, doesn't need extra nutrition, can't swallow capsules, doesn't need protein||Vegetarian|