The Next-Gen Prenatal

We couldn't find a Prenatal that met our high standards. So we built our Prenatal from the ground up.

More than 1 in 3 people have difficulty using Folic Acid in their body, due to a common genetic variance (known as the MTHFR gene)

So we went straight for the good stuff - Methylated Folate. It's the most bioavailable form that every body can absorb and use.

We set high standards for ourselves. So should you.

Bioavailable ingredients only
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For when you're thinking, trying or pregnant
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Gluten & major allergen Free

No GMO or artificial colours

Most bioavailable ingredients only

Gentle on your stomach

Evidence backed

Benefits
What's different
FAQs

Better for baby

We rebuilt the classic prenatal from the ground up.

That meant we sourced the absolute best form of each nutrient for your body (and baby) to absorb.
Most bioavailable folate

from Methylfolate (not folic acid)

Healthy brain development

from Omega 3 and Vitamin B12

Strong bone growth

from Vitamin K

Better calcium absorption

from Vitamin D

Better for you

We wanted to make the Kin Prenatal the easiest routine to stick to, so we put everything in a single capsule, taken twice a day.

Low constipation

from Bioavailable Iron

Energy production

from Biotin

Boost your immune system

from Zinc

Thyroid health

from Iodine

Not all vitamins are made the same.
Our prenatals are different.

The form of each ingredient matters due to 'bioavailability'.

Bioavailability = how easily your body is able to use the nutrients you're putting in.

We've sourced the most bioavailable ingredients to ensure that your body isn't missing out on anything

This is what sets our prenatal apart:

Painstakingly sourced, bioavailable ingredients
that every body can easily use.

It means giving you and your baby the best possible start.

Why we don't use
folic acid

Folic Acid

At least 1 in 3 people have a common genetic variance that makes it difficult to use Folic Acid (and therefore, get the benefits from it).

In fact, folic acid has to be converted into a Methylated Folate for your body to be able to use it.
How the body uses
folic acid vs. Methlated Folate
Other prenatal supplements
Folic Acid
Dihydrofolate
Tetrahydrofolate
5, 10 Methylene THF
L-Mefolate
(5-MTHF)
L-Mefolate
(5-MTHF)
L-Mefolate
(5-MTHF)

Methylated Folate

(our Prenatal has this one!)
We went straight for the good stuff - the high bioavailability ingredient, Methylated Folate.

Because we wanted every body to be able to use the ingredient (and reap the benefits).

We could talk about it all day.

But don't take our word for it.
Australian women were waiting for this

“Not all Prenatals have Methylated Folate, Omega-3 and Choline. So to see it all together in Kin's Prenatal is great. It means all the essentials to optimise your conception journey are in one place.”

Stacey Turner, Dietician & Nutritionist BSc. (Hons).

Clean and simple with 12 essential ingredients

Get support with key nutrients in forms the body can actually use.
See all 12
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We did the research

Here's something you don't always see in a vitamin company.
The research papers to back it. We're fully transparent with you,
cause we don't feel like there's anything to hide.

We trawled through hundreds of studies, and these are our MVP's.
Meta-analysis of methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR) polymorphisms
Folic acid and L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate: comparison of clinical pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
Is 5-methyltetrahydrofolate an alternative to folic acid for the prevention of neural tube defects?
Folate, folic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolate are not the same thing

Get Stacey's Fertility Nutrition
Masterclass free with every purchase.

Learn everything you need to know about Fertility Nutrition in our video Masterclass, led by expert Dietician, Stacey Turner.

20+ short videos covering all facets of fertility nutrition
Future Q&A sessions with Dietitian, Stacey Turner
An ebook, summarising everything you need to know
Lifetime access to the video platform, 24/7

Get Stacey's Fertility Nutrition
Masterclass free with every purchase.

Learn everything you need to know about Fertility Nutrition in our video Masterclass, led by expert Dietician, Stacey Turner.

20+ short videos covering all facets of fertility nutrition
Future Q&A sessions with Dietitian, Stacey Turner
An ebook, summarising everything you need to know
Lifetime access to the video platform, 24/7

Ask us anything

Seriously, our experts have all the answers.

What’s so different about the Kin prenatal?

Lots! Most of the key differences can be found just by comparing the label with other available brands’, but the main one is the quality of the ingredients we’ve sourced.

We haven’t included anything superfluous, like Vitamin C (most of us get plenty of it from our diet) and the ones we have chosen to include are high in quality and bioavailability (that means your body can actually absorb them).

Are the capsules easy to swallow?

The Prenatal capsules are about two centimeters in length and one centimeter in width, about the same size as a standard multivitamin tablet.

I’m not pregnant or trying to have a baby. Can I still take The Prenatal?

Yes—if you aren’t taking precautionary methods to prevent a pregnancy, but aren’t actively trying, it’s still recommended you take a prenatal.

Many healthy and happy pregnancies are unintended, and by the time many mums-to-be find out that they are pregnant, most of the available benefits of a prenatal could have been vastly beneficial (especially baby’s neural tube development).

How often should I take The Prenatal?

Two capsules, daily. Easy!

Does The Prenatal have a flavour?

No. Our environmentally-friendly, chemical-free extraction process eliminates virtually all traces of taste and odour.

How many capsules come in the jar?

60.

Should I double my dose if I’m expecting twins?

Some doctors recommend an increased dose of folate if you’re expecting twins, but our formula contains 11 other ingredients too. We don’t advise taking more than two capsules a day, but this is something that should be discussed with your doctor.

Let us help you

Got a question about the prenatal?
Our care team is always here to help you.
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The Next-Gen Prenatal

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