At 35 years old, motherhood is a familiar friend to Lidia. Her oldest child, Baraka, is 10 years old; his siblings are 7, 5 ½ and 2 years old. Raising four young children is enough to keep Lidia busy, but is only one of the many duties she manages on a daily basis. Given how many of her hours are devoted to running her household, Lidia is grateful for both the direct and indirect benefits provided by vitamins.
“When I started taking this medicine, my two babies were more active. [Now] when it’s time for them to sleep, they sleep nicely until I finish my chores at home,” she shared. Chores aside, Lidia also praised the power of vitamins for how drastically they improved her ability to produce breastmilk.
“There’s a big difference compared to now,” she said, in reference to her earlier pregnancies. “I saw a big difference…when breastfeeding. When I go somewhere and leave my baby at home, I have to come home quick because my milk starts to drip!” To ensure that other mothers have the same opportunity, Lidia is vocal about the benefits of prenatal vitamins. “Some said, ‘We didn’t receive this medicine, were they good?’ I said they were good because they gave me more milk for my babies,” she said.