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ATEoftheWeek_0216 Q: I was looking at the Daily Build and I don’t see iron or silver listed in the ingredients. I’m curious as to why? Daily Build was promoted to us as having every mineral and trace mineral.

A: Our liquid Daily Build stands out because it contains unique Genesis PURE blends of superfruits, greens, sea vegetables and botanicals. These blends provide a wide range of phytonutrients. Our products do not have every mineral that humans could consume.  But the Daily Build is loaded with 23 essential vitamins and minerals, which offer a unique role in maintaining health. Silver was not included because most of our IBOs take our Genesis PURE Silver product. Our Daily Build gives people the opportunity to have a substantial liquid vitamin if they are on iron restricted diets due to medical interactions or conditions like hemochromatosis.  In addition, some research suggests men and postmenopausal women should avoid multivitamins with 18mg of iron or higher. As products are reformulated, we will reevaluate the addition of iron in this product.

Q: Our bottle of Organic Sulfur has a manufacturing date on it of July 2014.  Does it ever expire?

A: Products should be consumed within two years of their MFG date for optimal nutrition. Your sulfur with a MFG of July 2014 should be consumed by July 2016. If your product has been properly stored with intact seals then it is safe to consume, even if it is slightly after the July date. But please note that the flavor and other sensory attributes of the products may change if they are consumed outside of its intended shelf life.

 

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