Giveaway: 3 Month Supply of PreMama Prenatal Vitamin Drink

From the start of pregnancy, mothers endure all types of suffering. From morning sickness to contractions, back pain to cramps; the discomfort is often unbearable. Expectant mothers shouldn’t have to suffer through “horse-like” prenatal pills with negative side effects, too! Finally, there is a unique product that gives women an alternative to prenatal vitamins and minerals that’s healthy, convenient, and comfortable for moms to drink. Premama is all of that, doctor recommended, and brand new to the market!

Premama is a flavorless, prenatal vitamin drink mix that is perfect for adding to juices, milk, iced tea and more. Plus, it’s only 6 Calories per serving! Premama is complete with all the necessary prenatal vitamins and minerals, including folic acid, iron, DHA, CoQ10 and calcium. Not only are these good for mom and baby, they greatly help reduce the chances of some birth defects, when taken appropriately. With Premama’s unique mix of ingredients, the beverage has been shown to help relieve common prenatal vitamin side-effects, such as nausea and constipation. Now women can have a healthy pregnancy that is also comfortable.

Premama was developed by a team of obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYNs), nutritionists, pharmacists and health business experts dedicated to finding a solution to the discomfort of taking prenatal pills. After a series of nutritional tests and mom sample tests the product reached final approval and was launched in 2012. Moms can’t get enough of Premama! 

As Maria Bailey, a mother of four, author and TV host, puts it, “Premama has solved the pain of prenatal horse pills—I wish it existed when I was pregnant! Premama offers all the nutrients we [Moms] and our babies need. It has a brilliant delivery method that is not only easy to consume, but easy to digest. Try it and feel good. Premama will forever better your pregnancy!”

Premama is 100% natural, Lactate free, gluten free and certified kosher pareve by the OU. The nutritional drink is most effective if taken while trying to conceive, during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. 

Sign up for free samples by subscribing to Premama’s newsletter. Premama is available for purchase in 1-9 month supplies.  Visit their website for more information. Or like them on Facebook:  and follow them on Twitter.

One Easy Way to Enter:
Three lucky winners will win a three month supply of PreMama, a $75 value!  Just leave a comment below with a valid email address to qualify (email address will not be published).  Three winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest.  One entry per person, per day. This contest ends at 7:00 p.m. EST on May 24th and is open to U.S. residents only.

Exclusive Discount Offer:
And for CBS readers only, get 10% off plus FREE shipping by entering coupon code CBS10 upon checkout at DrinkPreMama.com.

*Contest Rules*

From the start of pregnancy, mothers endure all types of suffering. From morning sickness to contractions, back pain to cramps; the discomfort is often unbearable. Expectant mothers shouldn’t have to suffer through “horse-like” prenatal pills with negative side effects, too! Finally, there is a unique product that gives women an alternative to prenatal vitamins and minerals that’s healthy, convenient, and comfortable for moms to drink. Premama is all of that, doctor recommended, and brand new to the market!

Premama is a flavorless, prenatal vitamin drink mix that is perfect for adding to juices, milk, iced tea and more. Plus, it’s only 6 Calories per serving! Premama is complete with all the necessary prenatal vitamins and minerals, including folic acid, iron, DHA, CoQ10 and calcium. Not only are these good for mom and baby, they greatly help reduce the chances of some birth defects, when taken appropriately. With Premama’s unique mix of ingredients, the beverage has been shown to help relieve common prenatal vitamin side-effects, such as nausea and constipation. Now women can have a healthy pregnancy that is also comfortable.

Premama was developed by a team of obstetricians and gynecologists (OB/GYNs), nutritionists, pharmacists and health business experts dedicated to finding a solution to the discomfort of taking prenatal pills. After a series of nutritional tests and mom sample tests the product reached final approval and was launched in 2012. Moms can’t get enough of Premama!

As Maria Bailey, a mother of four, author and TV host, puts it, “Premama has solved the pain of prenatal horse pills—I wish it existed when I was pregnant! Premama offers all the nutrients we [Moms] and our babies need. It has a brilliant delivery method that is not only easy to consume, but easy to digest. Try it and feel good. Premama will forever better your pregnancy!”

Premama is 100% natural, Lactate free, gluten free and certified kosher pareve by the OU. The nutritional drink is most effective if taken while trying to conceive, during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Sign up for free samples by subscribing to Premama’s newsletter. Premama is available for purchase in 1-9 month supplies. Visit their website for more information. Or like them on Facebook: and follow them on Twitter.

One Easy Way to Enter:
Three lucky winners will win a three month supply of PreMama, a $75 value! Just leave a comment below with a valid email address to qualify (email address will not be published). Three winners will be chosen at random at the end of the contest. One entry per person, per day. This contest ends at 7:00 p.m. EST on May 24th and is open to U.S. residents only.

Exclusive Discount Offer:
And for CBS readers only, get 10% off plus FREE shipping by entering coupon code CBS10 upon checkout at DrinkPreMama.com.

*Contest Rules*

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  1. Sara

    Thank you!! :)

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  2. Anonymous

    Great Giveaway-I’m 2 months pregnant and would love a 3 months supply of these vitamins!

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  3. Bri

    Can’t wait to try it!

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  4. Bri

    Can’t wait to try it!

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  5. Sherri

    This product sounds great.

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  6. JulieM

    I’d love to drink this instead of my vitamins.

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  7. Lori

    This sounds like a great product! I had a hard time swallowing my prenatal vitamins. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. :)

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  8. Kate

    This sounds so perfect because I cannot tolerate iron in any multi-vitamins. I did not even know this existed, definitely looking into it some more!

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  9. Kate

    This sounds so perfect because I cannot tolerate iron in any multi-vitamins. I did not even know this existed, definitely looking into it some more!

    Reply
  10. Michelle V.

    I would love to try this!

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  11. Anonymous

    I know so many women who could use premama! what a great idea!

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  12. Anonymous

    would love to try it:)

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  13. Anonymous

    Thanks so much for the fantastic contest!

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  14. Bri

    Sign me up!

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  15. Linz

    Not pregnant yet, but planning on ttc with baby #2! So excited

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  16. Holly

    I would love to try this!

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  17. Bri

    I am excited to try this.

    Reply
  18. Addison Kat

    I’d love to win!

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  19. Elyrose Vallese

    This would be an awesome contest to win!

    Reply
  20. s.blanco

    I am so excited about this product. I suffer from terrible nausea so hopefully this will make it better.

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  21. Katie O

    I’d love to try this!

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  22. Annette

    Sounds perfect to me!

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  23. Marta

    I am 8 weeks pregnant and would love to try Premama and be able to recommend it to all of my expecting/soon to be expecting friends! I just learned about them today and hope that you will pick me! :)

    Reply
  24. Anonymous

    would love to try this!

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  25. samyra bell

    It’s important to keep taking a prenatal after you have the baby so help in your healing plus if you are nursing, to keep your nutrient level high

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  26. Bri

    Very interested in trying it!

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  27. Evon

    trying for another baby ob/gyn said start prenatal vitamin this sounds perfect especially for a later in life BABY help , the horse pills are harsh for me to handle

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  28. Vici-Jane Kohring

    These sound great, would love to try them x

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  29. Lindsay

    I would love to try this vitamin!!

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  30. Anonymous

    I would love to win this contest!

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  31. Anonymous

    I really hope I win

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  32. Anonymous

    Thanks for the giveaway! Would love to test out the product!

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  33. Bri

    Looking forward to trying this!

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  34. Anonymous

    Would love to try it as well…Thanks!

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  35. Anonymous

    Would love to try it as well…Thanks!

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  36. Heather

    Could really use this right now. Icky nausea!

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  37. Bri

    This is a great promotion!

    Reply
  38. Felicia

    Sounds great, would love to try it

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  39. Lori

    Seems like a wonderful alternative to big prenatal pills.

    Reply
  40. andrea

    would love to try it

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  41. Bri

    Sounds great!

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  42. Katie O

    Definitely interested in trying this:)

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  43. samyra bell

    I’m glad somebody finally made a prenatal that doesn’t worsen the morning sickness

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  44. Anonymous

    Prenatal vitamins make me so sick! I’m excited to try a different option that shouldn’t upset my stomach :)

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  45. Bri

    Looks awesome.

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  46. Tameka Teal

    Very interesting in trying. I have a hard time swallowing pills and the chewable prenatal is making me sicker.

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  47. Dawn

    I would love to try this!!! lol I’m taking prenatals now that I’ve just started TTC and the thought of having to take horse pills for possibly the next year(s) is poo. lol, but no seriously… that’s a poopy thought /sadface.

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  48. Amanda Estes

    Would love to try this. I hate taking pills.

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