When you pregnant and after you have your baby, you are constantly reminded that you need to be taking care of yourself, eating right and taking those prenatal vitamins. Here’s where Bundle Organics juices come in. Bundle Organics provides a fruit or veggie serving and each juice (comes in 3) combination is pasteurized and formulated especially for pregnant moms. The juices contain about 16-17g of carbs, 16g of sugar, and all are packed with calcium, folic acid, vitamin D, omega-3, and iron. All nutritional needs of expecting moms.
Here’s what our ambassadors thought of juice they selected.
Flavor – Kale, apple, lemon, ginger
Pros: Simple Nutrition, fortified supplementation, a great way for new and expecting mothers to get an extra boost of nutrients in their day.
Cons: If you’ve tasted homemade blended juices of these same ingredients, you know that this is processed flavor. You can’t miss the ginger!
On April 6, I had a day of traveling and needed something quick and easy and nutritious for a snack. I saw the sample of bundle organics juice and thought it would be perfect timing to try it out. I was pleased with the ability to drink the juice, but the ginger flavor was a bit much for my queasy stomach as I had been ill a couple days prior. Under normal circumstances I think I would have faired much better.
Verdict: Overall I felt this juice was a good quick snack or boost of nutrients. For new and expecting mothers when time is of the essence, it plays it’s role in the juice world.
Flavor – Dark Berry Veggies
Pros: Packed with super foods, safe for me to consume while expecting
As a fruit and veggie drink lover, I was so excited to try out Bundle Organics. I wasn’t sure what to expect at first, so of course I had to read the label. Not only is this baby packed with super foods, I know it’s safe for me to consume while expecting as it’s pasteurized. I love how Bundle Organics has taken such care to create blends specifically geared to exactly what growing babies need. One thing I don’t always love about a fruit and veggie drink is over powering sweetness. I want to be able to taste the goodness without feeling like I’m drinking candy. This drink hit the spot. Not to sweet and not too overpowering with any one ingredient. It wasn’t what I was expecting at all. I was expecting the typical sweet drink you buy at the grocery store. I would definitely recommend this product to other expecting mothers, and I plan to order some for myself.
Verdict: I would definitely recommend this product to other expecting mothers, and I plan to order some for myself.
Flavor – Orange, Carrot, Strawberry, Ginger
Pros: Taste, Healthy, it like a smoothie without the thickness of a smoothie ( I am not a fan of smoothies ), organic, OB/GYN approved
I liked that the juice has ingredients that I can read and pronounce. I thought that the taste of ginger (there is a hint of flavor) or carrot would overpower everything, but it is a true blend of juices. I am a fan of juice. I have a juice a day habit. I know that not all juices are created equal and it is nice that this has essentials and vitamins. My daughter wanted to try it since she saw me drinking it (every mom knows this situation) and I felt comfortable giving to her. Not advocating that to give to kids, but is something that was good & healthy and she liked it.
Verdict: I would recommend to any mom.
The full line of Bundle Organics prenatal juices is available online at Bundle Organics site. The juices are delivered right to your door for convenience (great for moms since we are always busy). Prices start at $18.00 for a pack of three, 16-ounce bottles, with $5 flat shipping and free shipping for orders over $50. Want more? Bundle Organics also offers a flexible discounted subscription option for automatic monthly delivery of your favorite juices. And they will be adding Bundle Organics for dads soon on their site!
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Wife and mother of twins. Founder of Pride & Joy Baby Planners and The Expecting Mamas Network.