Healthy mama launches Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules


MONTVALE, N.J. – Healthy mama on Tuesday announced the release of its newest product – Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules. According to the company, these are the first OB/GYN-formulated and American Pregnancy Association-endorsed supplements to help reduce morning sickness and nausea that so often occurs with pregnancy. Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules are non-drowsy, drug and flavor-free. 


“Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules offer such a simple solution for morning sickness, but one that did not exist on the market,” stated Rachel Katz-Galatt, chief executive mama healthy mama. “With the clinical expertise of healthy mama chief medical officer, Dr. Jan Rydfors, we are now focusing on the creation of simple, yet innovative products that alleviate the number one pregnancy complaint – nausea and morning sickness,” she said. “Most women struggle with what to take because of safety concerns, but there are also taste and side effects that can create a barrier. Many products currently on the market, leave women feeling drowsy or more nauseous due to flavoring, but this product is safe, tasteless, non-drowsy and part of a comprehensive approach towards helping treat morning sickness and all-day nausea, which also includes healthy mama Nip the Nausea! Organic Morning Sickness Drops.”


“More than 70% of all pregnant women report feeling nauseous at some point during their pregnancy and thankfully, there is finally a drug-free, tasteless product that can help alleviate the all-day nausea that most pregnant women experience,” Rydfors said. “We specifically chose to have the supplement contain organic ginger and vitamin B6 as they are both clinically proven to reduce nausea associated with morning sickness.” 


Ginger, which has been used for centuries to help treat digestive disorders, has the ability to neutralize stomach acids and therefore reduce morning sickness, gas, bloating, as well as aid in digestion. Low levels of B6 are known to increase the occurrence of headaches and nausea, so keeping these levels up is important. “I see Nip the Nausea! Morning Sickness Capsules as a natural ‘one-two-punch’ for getting rid of morning sickness and nausea,” Rydfors said.