MumKind Review and Giveaway

Eating healthily when pregnant and breastfeeding is really important. Sometimes though it can seem difficult to do. You may feel sickly when pregnant and just too busy when the baby is here to eat as well as you would like. This is why new brand MumKind has developed some nutrition products to help mums at this time.

I was sent some of their Ginger Me Baby lozenges to review. Made with ginger and camomile they have been developed to help with morning sickness and to have a calming effect. I like the fact that they come in clear wrappers so are very discreet if you haven’t told anyone that you are pregnant yet. The tub is also re-usable and freezer and microwave safe so perfect to save and re-use when weaning your baby – a great environmentally friendly idea. These lozenges are now available in Sainsbury’s stores. A 48g tub costs £3.49.


I was also sent some of MumKind’s Water Our Way water enhancer (available soon on Amazon). Much like a berry squash flavour the little bottle is great for carrying with you and adding some flavour and goodness to regular tap water. It is important to stay well hydrated when breast feeding and this also contains a blend of B vitamins to help combat the inevitable tiredness that goes with having a new baby. I love the small bottle design – perfect for carrying in the changing bag. Each bottle makes 10 drinks and costs £2.99.

water our way

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32 thoughts on “MumKind Review and Giveaway

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  2. The Ginger Me Baby lozenges are a great idea – I so wish I’d known about them during my first pregnancy – I suffered with terrible sickness and they sound like they would have really helped

  3. Seem like great products, as I believe Ginger can be used to ease nausea. Whilst it can also ease pain apparently. It is also important to have sufficient hydration, as the blood volume increases in pregnancy. Dehydration may cause :- headache, feeling light headed, faint. So these products seem to be beneficial for well-being in pregnancy. Maybe particularly early pregnancy.

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