Hi Gwen, I think it is awesome that you are taking the time to explore products your clients are being exposed to. I believe that shows genuine concern for them. How blessed they must feel as your clients. I was introduced to Genesis Pure in September, met and heard Dr. Lindsey Duncan, formulator of most of the products, recently and started using the products this week. I was so impressed with his philosophy of cleanse, balance, build and passion for education others on how to help the body heal itself, that I decided to expand my counseling services to include nutritional supplements from Genesis Pure. ‘NO REGRETS”
I was introduced to these products about 2.5 years ago when my daughter was very ill.
I was skeptical it would be just another one
One of those companies but 2.5 years later
It has changed our life! My daughter has not been hospitalized one
Time and medication free after following the
Philosophy of cleanse, balance, build. Obviously
Safety was a concern but after flying and hearing Dr.
Lindsey Duncan speak on these formulations we have never
Looked back. All five in our family use the products and have
Not had a medical Dr visit once in 2.5 years .
I will never go a day without these products and my hormone issues
And headaches are no more! They flat out work and are the real deal!
I get no kickback for saying this just thought I’d take
The time to respond if someone was truly seeking
An honest review.
I have a chronically negative reaction to MLM companies but I attempt to not let this cloud my judgement.
I had never heard of this company and their products before, and I am generally not a proponent for the use of supplement beyond a multivitamin that stays within the bounds of a reasonable percent of RDA. It appears that this company has a powder or product for any circumstance which always goes at the expense of eating real food. I noticed that all products I checked have very high levels of B12. The ones I saw had 1000% or higher. I pulled up a statement from the Mayo clinic on high levels of B12 here http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vitamin-B12/NS_patient-vitaminb12/DSECT….
Personally, I would stay away from all of it, and I would also advise my clients accordingly.
I’ve never heard of them, but did a 30 second browse of their website. I think I saw the word “cleanse” 10 times. In any case, I always emphasize proper nutrition with clients first. The only supplements I would consider are: multi-vitamin, fish oil, whey protein, and creatine. Perhaps I will add to this list, but I don’t even recommend anything more than the first two with 95% of clients.
Most people looking for a “cleanse” don’t eat fruits, vegetables, and diet with considerable variety. If they did, they probably wouldn’t want to do a cleanse.