Welcome to our newest sponsor, Everett Laboratories Inc., the make of Pregnitude
I am excited to announce that Everett Laboratories Inc, the maker of Pregnitude is now officially a sponsor of our Power Up for PCOS 5K fundraiser to benefit Power Up for PCOS and InCYST Institute for Hormone Health.
I have some wonderful, personal experiences with Pregnitude as I have been taking Pregnitude for almost 2 months. So, needless to say, I was ecstatic when they decided to support our fundraiser. I have never felt better in my life.
Information on Pregnitude from the Pregnitude website:
"Pregnitude is a reproductive dietary supplement that helps support ovulatory function, menstrual cyclicity and quality of eggs for women.
Pregnitude is a natural dietary supplement that contains 2 grams of myo-inositol, as well as 200 mcg of folic acid.
- Myo-inositol is a naturally occurring substance produced by the human body from glucose. It belongs to the viamin B complex group.
- Folic acid is a B vitamin that promotes cell growth."
Monika from InCYST Institute for Hormone Health also posted some great information:
And finally, I wanted to let you all know that Power Up for PCOS has a Pregnitude Cysters facebook group:
The reason for this post is to let you know about our wonderful new sponsor AND to tell you all that if our sponsors don't receive a return on their investments to us PCOS women then they won't be sponsors the following year. Everett Laboratories Inc has an online store where you can purchase Pregnitude for a VERY reasonable price.
Written by: Beth Wolf, founder of Power Up for PCOS which provides support to women with PCOS through educational Power Up Groups, building connections with other PCOS women, calendar of upcoming PCOS events, professional referrals and reviews, PCOS store, and other specialized events to raise money for PCOS research. She can be reached by visiting http://www.powerupforpcos.com, emailing Beth@powerupforpcos.com or by calling 810-545-PCOS (7267)
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*Please note that I am not a medical professional. I am not qualified to give out any medical advice. I am a woman with PCOS who is sharing my personal experiences in this blog and I advise you to consult a professional.*