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Postpartum Essentials Bundle

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Everything you need in a birth box for your postpartum recovery journey

Our Postpartum Essentials Bundle is a thoughtfully curated postpartum kit with recovery essentials for new moms. This postpartum care kit is made up of vitamins & supplements providing postpartum relief, including our calming Magnesium Plus drink mix, delicious Vitamin D3 Gummies and Fiber capsules that can be opened to mix into tasty smoothies. ‡ This trio can be complemented by any of our multivitamin options; Prenatal Daily Packets, Prenatal Gummies or Postnatal Vitamins. As you develop your postpartum recovery regimen, Natalist has options to help you feel confident in your postpartum healing. Whether you're a new mom in need of a comprehensive birth box offering postpartum relief, or you’re trying to find the perfect gift for a baby shower, Natalist has high-quality pregnancy essentials for every stage of your journey.

Bundle & save on postpartum care!

For a limited time, get FREE access to Breastfeeding Made Simple , an online breastfeeding course from our friends at Baby Settler with the purchase of our postpartum recovery kit. This is an opportune bonus you won’t want to miss for your postpartum recovery period, offering high quality insights into baby care and nurturing. You'll receive an email after you purchase with an exclusive link and code for access to the course.

Why We're Proud

GMP Certified

Manufactured in the USA*

Evidence Backed

100% Plastic Neutral

Lauren Manaker

Registered Dietitian and Fertility Specialist
"Including magnesium supplements in your daily routine is one simple step that may have a profound impact on your overall health."

Our new, Magnesium Plus drink mix is a blend of magnesium, calcium and vitamin D specifically curated for postpartum mamas

Supports healthy magnesium levels‡

Supports healthy magnesium levels‡

There is a high prevalence of magnesium deficiency in pregnant women, reaching 78.9%. Therefore, the need for magnesium increases during pregnancy and the postpartum healing period; adding a magnesium supplement to your daily postpartum recovery regimen may help achieve healthy levels.

Supports bone health‡

Supports bone health‡

Vitamin D is not only essential for calcium absorption and bone mineralization, but it’s also a simple yet effective addition. An adequate amount of calcium and vitamin D intake is necessary for postpartum healing to achieve optimal peak bone mass and to reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Supports rest and relaxation‡

Supports rest and relaxation‡

Studies show magnesium has positive associations with sleep quality and time, both of which are crucial to any new mom – whether she is in recovery from labor, or further along her way in raising a healthy and happy baby.

Aids in calcium absorption‡

Aids in calcium absorption‡

Specifically formulated with both vitamin D and calcium for absorption and metabolism of each ingredient.

We do our homework. See the research behind our Postpartum Essentials Bundle.

Why we created the Postpartum Essentials Bundle

Our Postpartum Essentials Bundle is backed by science, ensuring a steadfast commitment to supporting mothers during one of the most significant phases of their life. Whether you're seeking natural pain relief after birth, looking to gift a starter kit for moms, or need essential baby gear for your postpartum journey, our postpartum kit provides real, tangible benefits for postpartum recovery.

Here's some of the research that went into making our Vitamin D3 Gummies.

ACOG. "Vitamin D: Screening and Supplementation During Pregnancy." American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 2017.

Aranow, Cynthia. “Vitamin D and the immune system.” Journal of investigative medicine : the official publication of the American Federation for Clinical Research vol. 59,6 (2011): 881-6. doi:10.2310/JIM.0b013e31821b8755

Farzadi, Laya et al. “Correlation between follicular fluid 25-OH vitamin D and assisted reproductive outcomes.” Iranian journal of reproductive medicine vol. 13,6 (2015): 361-6.

Laird, Eamon et al. “Vitamin D and bone health: potential mechanisms.” Nutrients vol. 2,7 (2010): 693-724. doi:10.3390/nu2070693

Lerchbaum, E., & Obermayer-Pietsch, B. (2012). Vitamin D and fertility: a systematic review. European journal of endocrinology, 166(5), 765–778.

Logan, Victoria F et al. “Long-term vitamin D3 supplementation is more effective than vitamin D2 in maintaining serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D status over the winter months.” The British journal of nutrition vol. 109,6 (2013): 1082-8. doi:10.1017/S0007114512002851

Mithal, Ambrish, and Sanjay Kalra. “Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy.” Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism vol. 18,5 (2014): 593-6. doi:10.4103/2230-8210.139204

NIH. "Vitamin D." 2020.

Ozkan, Sebiha et al. “Replete vitamin D stores predict reproductive success following in vitro fertilization.” Fertility and sterility vol. 94,4 (2010): 1314-1319. doi:10.1016/j.fertnstert.2009.05.019

Paffoni, Alessio et al. “Vitamin D deficiency and infertility: insights from in vitro fertilization cycles.” The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism vol. 99,11 (2014): E2372-6. doi:10.1210/jc.2014-1802

Parva, Naveen R et al. “Prevalence of Vitamin D Deficiency and Associated Risk Factors in the US Population (2011-2012).” Cureus vol. 10,6 e2741. 5 Jun. 2018, doi:10.7759/cureus.2741

Prietl, Barbara et al. “Vitamin D and immune function.” Nutrients vol. 5,7 2502-21. 5 Jul. 2013, doi:10.3390/nu5072502

Qureshi, Shaista A, and Joanne E Wilkinson. “Vitamin D supplementation for women during pregnancy.” American family physician vol. 87,5 (2013): 314.

Tripkovic, Laura et al. “Daily supplementation with 15 μg vitamin D2 compared with vitamin D3 to increase wintertime 25-hydroxyvitamin D status in healthy South Asian and white European women: a 12-wk randomized, placebo-controlled food-fortification trial.” The American journal of clinical nutrition vol. 106,2 (2017): 481-490. doi:10.3945/ajcn.116.138693

WHO. "Guideline: Vitamin D supplementation in pregnant women." Mithal, Ambrish, and Sanjay Kalra. “Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy.” Geneva, World Health Organization, 2012.

Here's some of the research that went into making our Fiber dietary supplement.

Singh B, “Psyllium as Therapeutic and Drug Delivery Agent,” Int J Pharm, 2007, 334(1-2):1-14.

James SL, Muir JG, Curtis SL, et al, “Dietary Fibre: A Roughage Guide,” Intern Med J, 2003, 33(7):291-6.

Singh B. "Psyllium as therapeutic and drug delivery agent," Int J Pharm. 2007;334(1-2):1-14.

Wald A, "Constipation, Diarrhea, and Symptomatic Hemorrhoids During Pregnancy," Gastroenterol Clin North Am, 2003, 32(1):309-22.

Here’s some of the research that went into making our Magnesium Plus.

Dalton LM, Ní Fhloinn DM, Gaydadzhieva GT, Mazurkiewicz OM, Leeson H, Wright CP. Magnesium in pregnancy. OUP Academic. Published July 19, 2016. Accessed May 26, 2022. 

Brown B, Wright C. Safety and efficacy of supplements in pregnancy. OUP Academic. Published January 11, 2020. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Fanni D, Gerosa C, Nurchi VM, et al. The role of magnesium in pregnancy and in fetal programming of adult diseases - biological trace element research. SpringerLink. Published December 14, 2020. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Guerrera MP, Volpe SL, Mao JJ. Therapeutic uses of magnesium. American Family Physician. Published July 15, 2009. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

 PMC E. Europe PMC. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Capozzi A, Scambia G, Lello S. Calcium, vitamin D, vitamin K2, and magnesium supplementation and skeletal health. Maturitas. Published May 30, 2020. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Erem S, Atfi A, Razzaque MS. Anabolic effects of vitamin D and magnesium in aging bone. The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Published June 5, 2019. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Sojka JE. Magnesium supplementation and osteoporosis. OUP Academic. Published March 1, 1995. Accessed June 22, 2022. 

Calcium absorption varies within the reference range for serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D. Taylor & Francis. Accessed June 22, 2022.


These products are manufactured and processed in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and crustacean shellfish.

Specially curated for postpartum mamas

Specially curated for postpartum mamas

Specially curated for postpartum mamas

Specially curated for postpartum mamas

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‡These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
* Manufactured in the USA with globally sourced ingredients.
Consult your healthcare provider before adding any supplements to your regimen.