We get it – the moment you found out you were having a baby your brain kicked into overdrive. Suddenly you’re no longer dining for one and everything you put in your body matters. The questions never stop. How much broccoli is too much? Is it safe to eat an entire watermelon? Will your baby inherit your great uncle’s ears? It can be a confusing time.
Have no fear, we’re here to help (with the nutrition part… good luck with the ear thing!). Bundle Organics juices are packed with quality, organic fruits and veggies (we are extremely picky produce people) with an extra bump of vitamins and minerals essential for healthy prenatal development. Best of all, we’ve done all of the research and checked all of the boxes so you don’t have to. And – you might have to sit down for this – it actually tastes good. Really, you’ll want to drink it even after your little bundle of joy arrives. And why not? Folic acid, calcium, iron, and all the nutrients we have in our juices are good for pre-conception and breastfeeding too!
So sit back in that rocking chair, relax and sip happy. If you have any feedback or questions (even the general life kind), simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Errol Norwitz, M.D., (aka “The Doc”)
is internationally recognized for his work in maternal-fetal medicine, particularly in the causes and prevention of preeclampsia and pre-term labor. We’re more than a little jealous of his resume (when does the guy sleep?). He’s the Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tufts Medical Center and a professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. He’s also board certified in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Obstetrics and Gynecology and has been named among the “Best Doctors in America” three times. His teaching has been recognized with awards from Harvard, Yale and the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. We don’t want to say he wrote the book on Obstetrics and Gynecology, but he actually did – it’s even called Obstetrics and Gynecology at a Glance. What an overachiever!
Miriam Erick (aka the “Eat-Those-Fruits-&-Veggies! Guru”)
is a licensed registered dietitian, researcher-author and nationally known perinatal morning sickness advocate. Her work in morning sickness and hyperemesis gravidarum (you know, that severe morning sickness that makes you want to curl up in a ball, watch daytime TV and never take off your sweats?) spans over 30 years at a major Boston medical institution. When she’s not holding back her patients’ hair, she’s busy writing – four books, so far, all on the topic of morning sickness. In other words, if you’re feeling a little woozy, she’s your go-to gal.