If you’re planning a pregnancy, Top Up Tonic can help you get there! Top Up Tonic is the perfect partner for hormonal birth control use AND while coming off of it to support your mind, body, and hormones. It’s a clinically formulated product that contains 18 key nutrients, antioxidants, and probiotics that women are stripped of on hormonal birth control.
Many of the nutrients that are depleted by birth control are important for fertility, such as B Vitamins, Zinc, and CoQ10. It’s vital to replenish those nutrient stores and bring them up to optimal levels before pregnancy.
When should you stop taking birth control?
Hormonal Birth Control should be stopped a minimum of 3 months prior to conception, although it’s most ideally stopped 6 months to 1 year before. Getting off of hormonal birth control can lead to hormone imbalances that contribute to delayed fertility.
Staying topped up on essential nutrients is key to combating hormonal imbalance.
What nutrient deficiencies can impact fertility?
B vitamins, including riboflavin (B2), B6, folate (B9), and B12 all have key roles in metabolism and supporting optimal body functioning. Folate is a critical vitamin in pregnancy, and the body needs to have adequate levels before pregnancy to prevent fetal complications. The CDC recommends that all women of reproductive age take 400mcg of folate daily. Top Up Tonic contains that exact amount of folate in the most bioavailable form.
Zinc is required for proper fetal growth and supports the immune system. Zinc levels also decrease during pregnancy, so it’s important to get topped up beforehand.
CoQ10 supplementation improves fertility outcomes, egg quality, and ovulation.
During pregnancy, the baby will take what it needs from the mother, which can easily leave the mother undernourished and fatigued. Taking Top Up Tonic before conception and immediately postpartum will make sure you are starting with a good reserve of nutrients so you can feel like the best version of yourself.
Hormonal balance for body, mind, and sex.
Disclaimer: Do not take Top Up Tonic during pregnancy. Top Up Tonic can be taken prior to conception and immediately postpartum.