Is Ka’Chava safe to consume during pregnancy?

Possibly. However, pregnant women need on average 300 extra calories per day, plus higher levels of certain vitamins and minerals, so you’ll want to check with your doctor first. To be safe, send them our nutrition label and ingredient list to review.

If your doc gives you the greenlight to consume Ka’Chava, but you need to cram more calories into your smoothie, you can always load it up with additional nutrient-dense ingredients like avocado, nut butters, banana, or berries. This PBCB smoothie is a delicious, higher calorie option. 

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