Pre-Natal Health

Pre-Natal Health

After a woman conceives, the most important thing for her to consider is her pre-natal health.

A pregnant female requires more nutrition than ever during her pregnancy. The developing baby’s health is totally dependent upon the health and diet of the mother, not to mention the mother’s frame of mind and outlook on life which should undoubtedly be positive for a woman’s thoughts impacts and influences her unborn child.

Important Dietary Nutrients

When it comes to the nutrition of the mother for the benefit of the developing child, certain nutrients stand out more than others. Of course a pregnant woman requires a full spectrum of minerals and trace elements.


Calcium is very important during pregnancy; if the mother’s body lacks calcium during her pregnancy, the Body Intelligence will take calcium from the mother’s body (usually her teeth and bones) and send it to the developing child. The Body Intelligence is automatically programmed that during pregnancy the needs of the developing baby are more important than those of the mother.

A pregnant woman should only take organic calcium (Calcium Phosphate). Organic calcium is derived from natural sources such as herbs or vegetation (broccoli, comfrey, oatstraw, horsetail, Irish Moss, Red raspberry leaf, etc.). A calcium brand with a name behind it (i.e. Calcium oxide, Calcium carbonate, etc.) is synthetic calcium and all synthetic minerals should be avoided for the health and safety of the baby. Consuming synthetic minerals is a major causative factor in newborns being born with jaundice and hepatitis.


In addition to organic calcium, a pregnant woman needs adequate amounts of iron. Iron phosphate plays a major role in the health of the baby’s skin and blood. Oxygen piggy-backs on the back of iron therefore the more iron in the body the more oxygen in the body.

Many pregnant women dislike taking iron during pregnancy and rightfully so. The iron pills prescribed by doctors are toxic. They are derived from iron oxides which can prove fatal in some cases. Iron oxide is derived from rusted railroad tracks and other hard iron metallic objects that are pulverized. It is diabolical to give this to a pregnant woman.

Synthetic iron (especially Iron Sulphate) causes severe constipation. Iron Sulphate has an affinity for sulphur and when unified they destroy ferments and enzymes (necessary for peristalsis) in addition to stealing natural or organic iron from food and blood. Sulphur and Iron unified creates Sulphide of Iron and this dries up the various secretions of the digestive tract, causing constipation. Suphide of Iron steals nascent hydrogen from the tissue fluids, which forms sulpuranhydride or sulphureted hydrogen and which creates the foul smelling gas smelled when someone passes gas.


Many pregnant women, especially vegan-vegetarians, are concerned about certain nutrients (Vitamin K, B6, and B12) that they have heard are vital for their pregnancy.

  • Vitamin B6 affects physical and mental health and greatly affects red blood cell formation and is needed for normal brain function and for the synthesis of RNA and DNA which contain genetic instructions for the reproduction of all cells and for normal cellular growth.
  • Vitamin K is needed for the production of promthrobin, which is vital for blood clotting. This nutrient helps to prevent internal or abnormal bleeding and is a must for miscarriage prevention purposes.
  • Vitamin B12, known as Cyanocobalamin, helps to prevent anemia in addition to aiding folic acid in regulating the formation of red blood cells and helps in the utilization of iron (Iron Phosphate).

Dietary Intervention

There are many natural sources in which to derive these nutrients:

  • Alflafa
  • Spirulina
  • Bee Pollen
  • Watercress
  • Irish Moss
  • Kelp, and
  • Blue Green Algae

Nature has given us 102 identified needed elements that our bodies require. If a woman requires 102 minerals, then so does her developing baby.

Because a woman loses vital nutrients (minerals and trace elements) during her monthly menstrual cycle, the body automatically stops the cycle once conception has taken place. The halting of the cycle is for purposes of preserving what nutrition may be in the mother’s body.

Illnesses from Pregnancy

Morning sickness‘ is a normal process where the body attempts to profusely eliminate toxins in the mother’s body to prepare a safe and sound environment for the fetus. Morning sickness is always intense for the toxic female. The healthier the woman is the less intense morning sickness is.

Prenatal headaches also beleaguer many pregnant women. A toxic pregnant female will usually experience mild to intense headaches in her pregnancy, especially during the first and second trimesters. Compacted fecal matter in the pregnant woman’s colon presses against the sacral plexus nerve ending crystal (one of 360 crystals in the colon) which connects to nerve endings in the brain or head (giving rise to headaches) and legs, thigh and feet (giving rise to sciatica).

The extremely toxic pregnant woman may be so toxic that she develops eclampsia, which is the gravest form of toxemia of pregnancy. The eclampsic pregnant woman has an extremely toxic liver and has too much protein in her urine, giving rise to proteinuria. The eclampsic pregnant female may suffer grand mal convulsion, coma, hypertension, proteinuria, and edema (swollen feet).

Many pregnant women crave certain foods during pregnancy. Craving certain things during pregnancy is the body’s way of telling a woman that she is deficient in certain nutrients. The woman who craves pickles during pregnancy may be deficient in calcium and/or odium. The woman who craves meat may be deficient in sodium and/or iron. The woman who craves chocolate may be deficient in natural endorphins that lessen the effect of pain. Mineral deficiency is very common in pregnancy.

Dietary Intervention

Diet is very important during pregnancy.

A pregnant woman should only eat the best foods, which grow directly from the earth, i.e. fruits, vegetables, grains, seeds, and nuts. If done correctly, a vegan diet and lifestyle is very safe and healthy for a woman in pregnancy and can provide her with all the needed nutrients required for a healthy pregnancy and delivery.

Very little meat should be eaten during pregnancy if eaten at all. White meats are more preferable, i.e. fish, chicken and turkey.

Pre-Natal Natural Remedies

For morning sickness

Inhale essential oil of ginger or place a small piece of ginger root in the mouth and chew.

For headaches

Perform an enema with herbal tea of buckbean;

For eclampsia

Take 3 capsules daily of Liver and Gallbladder take carbon (Activated Charcoal) 2 times a week.

For iron deficiency

Take 3 capsules daily of our Iron Formula or Blood & Lymphatic

For sciatic nerve

Take 3-6 capsules daily of our Nerves Formula and Bowel Motion


Take 3-6 capsules daily of our Electric Greens Combo

Thank you for reading.



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