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ATEoftheWeek_0216Q: I am looking for products that are high in lysine and low in arginine.  Does Daily Build have more lysine than arginine?  Also, which products include lysine other than Daily Build?

A: Daily Build actually has more arginine than lysine, but the difference is slight. Our GPS products, Pro-Arginine and Recovery, are the other two products that contain lysine.

Q: I have a prospect who is allergic to shellfish, glucosamine and chondroitin. Which products, if any, contain these ingredients?

A: We suggest to not include Coral Calcium in their diet, as the calcium comes from coral.  Our products do not contain glucosamine or chondroitin. We also suggest speaking directly with a healthcare provider, especially in cases where specific allergies are involved. Additionally, it is good to double-check all product labels for information.

Q: I plan to take GoYin and Goji to work with me. Since the individual packets are no longer available, I am taking them in dark glass containers. Will this keep their potency?

A: What a great idea to transport your GoYin and Goji in a glass container! Plus, it’s always better to drink juices from glass containers, not plastic. As an added reminder, we suggest that you store your superfruits in a cool dry place or refrigerate them after opening. It is also recommended that you keep the container out of direct sunlight.

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If you have a question related to your business, please contact the Genesis PURE Success Team at (866) 535-5888 or Thank you.

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