anti-nausea mocktail

Your Friends Won’t Know You’re Pregnant with These Anti-Nausea Mocktails

Let's be honest—the 1st trimester can be rough. If you're like 70 percent of other women in their first trimester, morning sickness can make it hard to stomach much of anything, including your prenatal vitamins. 1

Luckily, there's a 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder for that. Made for that 1st trimester feeling, this on-the-go prenatal vitamin drink mix contains 20 key vitamins and minerals for mom and baby, antioxidant support, added folate to support early stage pregnancy and normal neural development, plus electrolytes and added B6 + ginger to combat nausea.* All with a refreshing pomegranate ginger taste.

And while you certainly can add our 1st Trimester Powder to your water bottle as you head out the door, why not take it up a notch and enjoy a delicious beverage that does double time in combating your nausea, too? To help, we brought in prenatal registered dietician, Stephanie Lauri, to share three mocktail recipes to try today.

Read on below.

 1st trimester anti nausea mocktail

Mint Pomegranate Ginger Fizz

Mint lovers—this is for you. The fizz comes from the lemon sparkling water and 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder with a pomegranate ginger taste. Add muddled mint to give this a refreshing finish.


  • Lemon Sparkling Water
  • 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder (pomegranate ginger)
  • Muddled Fresh Mint

Ginger Sparkler

Feeling super sick? We've got you. It may look simple, but trust—it's effective.


  • Ginger Ale
  • 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder

Ginger Lemonade 

And finally, this homemade ginger lemonade is light with natural ingredients and sure to soothe the tummy when you need it most.


  • Water
  • 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder
  • A Squeeze of Lemon or Lime
  • Fresh Ginger
  • Cucumber for Garnish

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1st trimester vitamin powder

Perelel 1st Trimester Prenatal Vitamin Powder ($53)

Read next: Your complete 1st trimester survival guide is here—what to expect in the next weeks ahead. 

1 Cleveland Clinic

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