Ask the Expert: frequently asked questions

ATEoftheWeek_0216At Genesis PURE, we have an expert team that is dedicated to answering your product and nutrition questions. Here are the most popular questions from the last week. You might find a topic related to a question you have.

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Q: Which Genesis PURE product is the best source of folic acid?

A: Daily Build contains 400mcg and 100% DV (Daily Value) of folate. Our 360 Complete Shake contains 200mcg/50% DV. According to the FDA, the Daily Value is the amount of nutrients recommended per day for Americans 4 years of age or older, and Americans should be getting 400mcg of folate/folic acid daily.

Q: I have hypoglycemia and am wondering if there are any GP products that I should not be taking or any suggestions of GP products that will help?

A: The following Genesis PURE products contain chromium, a trace mineral known to enhance the action of insulin: Coral Calcium, Daily Build, E2, ENERGY, HYDRATION, Metabolic ONE, RECOVERY, and 360 Complete Shake. Also, green coffee bean found in the Genesis PURE Pure Café and Green Coffee Bean supplement can influence normal glucose and insulin utilization in the body.  Please note that Genesis PURE products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any condition, including hypoglycemia.

Q: What is the shelf life of your skincare products?

A: The shelf life of Genesis PURE’s skincare products is usually 2 years, if the packaged are unopened.

Q: What is the difference between EGF and BGF in C’ENCIA Revitalizing Serum, and what are their sources?

A: The EGF or epidermal growth factor helps stimulate the growth of healthy skin cells.  Its primary component is made of amino acids (protein building blocks), which are made through a natural fermentation process.  BGFs or biological growth factors, consist of IGF-1, EGF, acidic FGF, basic FGF, and VEGF (growth factors), which are plant based and derived.  BGF also consists of the amino acid acetyl-glutamine and vitamin B9 (folate).

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