Bump Water in body

February 11/Brooklyn, N.Y. -- Bump Water is a vitamin-enriched water to help keep moms and babies healthy when it is all about the bump. The star of Bump Water is folic acid, essential to the healthy development of children, before and during pregnancy and while breastfeeding, by preventing major birth defects, namely neural tube defects. Recent studies are also showing a link between folic acid deficiency in mothers who have conceived and autism. Bump Water also features other baby-nourishing goodies such as vitamin A, D, B6, and B12, niacin, biotin, zinc and magnesium.

Full-calorie flat flavors (weighing in under 100 calories thanks to organic cane sugar) include Cranberry Ginger and Strawberry Lemonade; 10-calorie options (sweetened with Stevia) include Pomegranate Mixed Berry and Lemon Lime. For the Bump Water Sparkle lineup, there is 10-calorie Cranberry Ginger and Pomegranate Mixed Berry, and full-calorie Lemonade.

“Fifty percent of my patients can’t stomach prenatal vitamins and Bump Water would be an easy solution for them to get the folic acid and other vitamins they need,” says Dr. Samantha Feder, director, ambulatory obstetrics and gynecology, Roosevelt Hospital in New York. “For those who can, it’s another refreshing way to supplement their diet. I would definitely recommend it.”

Bump Water is available for purchase on bumpwater.com in cases of 12 and will be available in stores soon.