Food supplements for families


Veggunn Family: from young children to adults

How are Veggunn Family food supplements for families?

The products in the Family range are liquid, which allows them to store a series of very particular characteristics.


  • They are our own formulation: you will not find another one like it on the market.
  • Optimal bioavailability.
  • They only have active ingredients:
    • No preservatives
    • No binders
    • Non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms)


  • 100% Vegetable certified with the V-Label seal
  • No Sugar added
  • No allergens: gluten, lactose, fish, etc.
  • Catalysts for the best bioavailability have additional organoleptic properties


  • Backed by scientific evidence
  • Dosages without exceeding the recommended already studied. In addition, the dosages are precise, for each age or circumstance, thanks to the graduated pipette.
  • Fair prices despite the quality of the product


  • European ingredients as far, although mostly close
  • Glass jar
  • Rubber knob
  • Certified cardboard box from sustainable forests.
  • Does not contain palm oil or derivatives


  • Manufactured in Spain with EU GMP (Good Manufacture Practices) standards.
  • Premium quality European ingredients

Who is Veggunn Family designed for?

Old people

People sensitive to additives, or who cannot swallow well

Diabetic people

People with an allergy: gluten, lactose, fish...

Pregnant women

Recommended for being 100% vegetable

girls and boys from a young age

Safe formulas. Precise dispenser. No trans fat.

Active Components of Veggunn MUM

Did you know when you are pregnant it is recommended that Omega-3 DHA be of plant origin?

With Choline and Folic Acid

2 capsules: 1 active + 1 DHA from algae

  • Choline
  • Folates / Folic Acid
  • Iodine (only in the active capsule) so that it is a completely controlled amount
  • Vitamin D
  • Iron
  • Selenium

  • Omega-3 DHA from algae (no heavy metals)

Veggunn MUM is a compendium of specific active ingredients, 100% plant-based, for this exciting stage of your life.

Main functions of the Veggunn MUM Components

MUM is your reliable and complete complement for planning pregnancy, gestation and lactation

Veggunn MUM is a specific plugin, not a general one. It ensures the contribution of all the necessary elements, but it does not replace the diet.

Folates / folic acid

They contribute to the growth of maternal tissues during pregnancy, including the formation of the placenta, which provides the baby with all its nutrients. On the other hand, it also contributes to the process of cell division.


contributes to cognitive function and the normal functioning of the nervous system. Iodine is an essential trace element for the proper synthesis of thyroid hormones, which are essential for the growth and maturation of the central nervous system, as well as for bone, lung and heart maturation throughout fetal and neonatal life.


Its demand increases with the beginning of pregnancy, although it is also important in the periconceptional period and during lactation. It is related to the structural and cognitive development of the fetus and normal placental development.

Vitamin D

contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system and the process of cell division.

Omega-3 DHA(docosahexaenoic acid)

According to the SEGO (Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics), it contributes to maintaining the normal functioning of the brain and vision in normal conditions of the fetus and newborn.

The recommendations for the consumption of fish due to the presence of mercury according to the AESAN (Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition), the vulnerable population such as pregnant women, planning to be pregnant or breastfeeding, have to limit it.

To avoid any presence of mercury, the consumption of algae supplements is recommended.


It is part of hemoglobin and therefore participates in the transport of oxygen.

Throughout pregnancy, most women will present hematological changes secondary to iron deficiency.


It is an important nutrient for reproduction, thyroid gland function, DNA production, and for protecting the body against infection and free radical damage by contributing to the normal function of the immune system.

What can happen if I don't have enough of these nutrients?

Food supplements should not replace a balanced diet. Its function is to complement the levels of nutrients that can be produced, among other things, by a poorly planned diet, or unbalanced states, for any reason, of the body.

Veggunn MUM is the specific response to the changes that occur during pregnancy

Folates/ folic acid

The necessary contribution of folates during this period is essential since a deficient amount is a risk factor in the correct formation of the neural tube in the fetus. Therefore, it is recommended to take it for a few months before planning a pregnancy and for at least 3 months after giving birth.


According to the WHO, a deficit in pregnancy has serious and irreversible consequences for the neurological development of the fetus. Therefore, its supplementation has been recognized as the largest preventable cause of mental retardation and cerebral palsy in the world.


It is important to supplement it since its availability during pregnancy is reduced, despite being found naturally in food. In addition, it is proven that choline contributes to the normal metabolism of homocysteine.

Vitamin D

According to the SEGO (Spanish Society of Gynecology and Obstetrics)During pregnancy, vitamin D deficiency has been related to different complications, both maternal and fetal. The development of gestational hypertension and preeclampsia in pregnant women with low vitamin D levels has been extensively studied. In the fetus, it has been associated with low birth weight, intrauterine growth retardation, and impaired fetal bone development.

Omega-3 DHA

During pregnancy, the concentration of plasmatic phospholipids increases by more than 50%, as a consequence of the hyperlipidemia associated with pregnancy. However, the levels of AGE and LC-PUFA in maternal plasma progressively decrease.

Increased DHA intake during pregnancy has been linked to:

  • Less chance of preterm birth
  • Greater weight of the newborn.
  • Decreased risk of developing hypertension
  • Optimization of postural, motor and social functions in premature infants


Iron deficiency anemia is the most common nutritional deficiency among pregnant women. There is a decrease in hemoglobin and serum iron levels, while the total iron-carrying capacity is increased.


Its deficit can contribute to thyroid disorders, tiredness, low mood, hair loss, brittle nails and skin.