PURE Energy: Know before you go

know_b4u_go So you’re coming to PURE Energy 2016. You’ve made one good decision already! Whether this is your first time to attend one of our events or your first introduction to Genesis PURE, take note of these tips and make the most of what will certainly be a life-changing experience.

  1. Make sure you have these on hand. You may be staying in the hotel or driving each day. Make sure you have these on hand: laptop or iPad, cell phone, chargers for your devices, pens, notebook, business cards, gum, water bottle, jacket/sweater, comfortable shoes and a backpack or bag to carry it all in.
  2. Visit every booth. This year we will have several booths with information on things such as our mobile back office app, product demonstrations, essential oils, and so much more! Stop by for free giveaways and learn how to utilize these things to grow your business.
  3. Introduce yourself to as many people as you can. This is an opportunity to network and shake hands with Genesis PURE’s top leaders. Meet other IBOs — they might become your next best friend or mentor!
  4. Work out with us. Kick yourself into action at Boot Camp! Meet fellow Fit Club participants and enjoy some friendly competition. Learn how to participate here > http://bit.ly/1SIRz9M
  5. Visit the store. Take advantage of some Genesis PURE product deals and have your questions answered by our knowledgeable team.
  6. Take notes during the general sessions. You don’t want to forget anything. Plus, you’ll want to look back on your notes for inspiration in the future and share them with others who couldn’t attend.
  7. Share your favorite moments on social media. Take pictures and show your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram followers what they’re missing out on! Document your trip so you can look back at all of the special moments. Use the hashtag #PUREEnergy2016 to join the conversation.

Expect an unbelievable time and to walk away with knowledge and motivation. Take advantage of everything PURE Energy has to offer. Our hope is that when it’s over, you’ll not only be glad that you came but you’ll planning for the next event!

See you soon!  Watch the PURE Energy event video.

2 thoughts on “PURE Energy: Know before you go

  1. Hello, I love Genesis Pure products, but why not use Methlyated folate instead of folic acid in the “Daily Build”?

    What is Methylated Folate?

    “The human body needs folate, or vitamin B9, for several essential functions. Folate activates, synthesizes, and repairs DNA. It converts homocysteine, which you don’t want too much of, into methionine, an essential amino acid. Vitamin B9 also aids cell division, is required for red blood cell production, stimulates neural transmitters, and is essential for proper fetal development. Needless to say, you need this stuff.

    To take it a step further, methylated folate is the active, natural form of folate that the human body uses. The body cannot produce folate, so it must be obtained through diet. Note that the folate provided by food is not biologically active; it must be broken down by the liver. This process creates tetrahydrofolate, or methyl folate, the form of folate your body can use.

    Naturally occurring folic acid is folate. However, synthetic folic acid has been used to fortify foods for nearly 15 years in North America. This was started in an effort to reduce the chance of neural tube defects in developing fetuses. In that time, several concerns have been raised regarding its safety and effectiveness. Researchers have determined nearly 50% of the population have a genetic variation that prevents them from receiving any benefit from folic acid, or only converting a small amount of folic acid. This variation is known as MTHFR.

    Why Has Methylated Folate Become Popular?
    Methyl folate, or 5-methyltetrahydrofolate, has become a popular option for folate supplementation. One of the reasons for this is because unmetabolized folic acid in the blood stream has been associated with reduced immune function. [1] Synthetic folic acid has also been found to mask vitamin B-12 deficiency.

    Methlyated folate eliminates these problems. Research has shown that methyl folate can deliver folate immediately, without the need for conversion. [2] It also does not mask B-12 deficiency and has no consumption intolerances. [3] This offers an effective alternative for folate supplementation for everyone, including those with the genetic MTHFR factor, and especially pregnant women.

    As synthetic folic acid has been proven to be an ineffective folate alternative for nearly half the population, methylated folate has been used to support a range of health concerns, including…

    Mood disorders – Methyl folate represents a better option for patients due to its greater bioavailability and lack of side effects. [4]
    Homocysteine reducer – A folate enriched diet, or supplementation with bioavailable methyl folate has been shown to lower homocysteine levels, an amino acid associated with a higher risk of cardiovascular problems. [5]
    Diabetic peripheral neuropathy – A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial found that patients with diabetic neuropathy experienced quality of life improvements with methyl folate. [6]
    Skin disorders – A recent 2013 study found high proportions of methyl folate in the epidermis, even as serum folate levels dropped. This has suggested it as a potential UV skin protectant and an option for skin conditions such as psoriasis. [7]
    Prenatal supplementation – Methyl folate supplementation ensures adequate folate levels necessary to support normal neural development.”

    — Dr. Edward Group DC, NP, DACBN, DCBCN, DABFM – Published on September 7, 2013, Last Updated on September 9, 2013


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