3 Pregnancy Snacks You Probably Have Never Heard Of


Have you ever tried to look for pregnancy snacks? We have looked all over and only found 2 specific snacks that are branded for "pregnant women".


Looking for snacks that boost milk production or just women lifestyle snacks are all over, but pregnancy specific, next to zilch. Why is this? Well for one thing it may be difficult to market something as a snack that is healthy for baby without proving certain ingredients provide the nutrition needed for growth. Secondly, eating a healthy diet is probably enough when pregnant to ensure you and baby are healthy throughout pregnancy.


Nevertheless, it would be nice to have an on the go snack when in a rush and pregnant right?


Belly Bar:

An all-natural, nourishing boost for you and your baby. Bellybar is not only a delicious snack--it's also packed with important nutrients to complement your prenatal vitamins. Whether you are trying, pregnant or nursing, good nutrition is doubly important now. Bellybar's delicious mom- and OB-endorsed vitamins and snacks make eating right simple. When hunger hits, grab a Bellybar Boost for a healthy snack packed with important vitamins and minerals like choline, vitamin D and iodine.

  • OB/GYN recommended
  • To complement your prenatal vitamins
  • Perfect for new moms too
  • Gluten free
  • Kosher




A delicious snack made with organic, natural, real food ingredients that are packed with the proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats a mom-to-be should be munching on (and no preservatives!).


Chia Seeds.

Chia seeds offer a robust nutritional profile, benefitting moms-to-be with a rich supply of omega 3s, folate*, iron**, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and antioxidants.

Wheat Germ.

Wheat germ is the vitamin and mineral rich part of the wheat kernel. It’s power-packed with beneficial nutrients: protein, fiber, folate* , thiamin, vitamin B6, potassium, iron**, riboflavin, calcium, zinc, magnesium, niacin, and vitamins A and E.

in partnership with Sacred Pregnancy.


Pumpkin is rich in fiber, vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol), thiamin, niacin, vitamin B6, folate*, iron**, magnesium phosphorus, vitamin A, vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium, copper, manganese, and beta carotene.

Whole Grains.

Whole grains are the best grain choice for promoting overall good health.

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