Living gluten free can be challenging. Food labels are often vague or simply do not mention gluten, wheat or allergens. Does it include wheat, barley, malt, or gluten? If not on the ingredient list, was it manufactured in a facility that also processes foods that have these ingredients? If it fails to mention anything about any allergens, should you trust the product? It gets very old, very quickly. I am worn out by the constant need to be vigilant. Eating out can be a minefield for the gluten intolerant or Celiac. Things are getting better, but at most cooks and waiters still have precious little knowledge or understanding about gluten and the needs of the consumer.
Now enter the world of an avid fitness fanatic and/or athlete. The same issues arise. If it is a pill, it is possible that there is hidden gluten used as a binding agent to form the pill. How about whey protein? Shouldn’t that be safe? Why would there be wheat or gluten in a milk product like whey? Guess what? There is gluten in a large portion of the whey protein products available. At one local store, I found that 9 of 10 whey protein powders could possibly contain gluten. Only one safe protein supplement in the store.
Thankfully, I have found a brand of nutritional supplements that is almost entirely gluten-free. Muna heard about it from other fitness trainers and we investigated it together. I started by using the basic Genesis Pure products like the Daily Build liquid multivitamin, the Goyin balancing Blend, and the Liquid Cleanse.
For my fitness and performance needs, I also use these general supplements:
- Mila (Chia Seeds) – omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, protein, antioxidants, and minerals
- Coral Calcium – extra calcium and magnesium for bone strength and muscle function
- Organic Sulfur – joint health
- Greens – wheat grass (no gluten here), spirulina, and about 30 other natural nutrition sources
Specifically for the athlete, Genesis Pure offers the GPS line:
- Moomiyo Edge
- E2 – Energy drinks for before training
- Pro-Arginine – Muscle health
- Hydration mix – Electrolytes and fuel during training
- Recovery – To maximize recovery and growth after the training
The products are effective. Moreover, I like the convenience of getting all of my gluten-free supplements from the same trustworthy source. If you are looking for gluten-free products, Genesis Pure products are worth trying.
Where to Find Genesis Pure Products
You will not find Genesis Pure products in retail stores. You can get any of the products online at Amazon.com, but the prices are higher there. The best and most affordable way to order Genesis Pure products is by using the 25% membership discount. There is a $39 initial enrollment fee, but then you are free to order at the discounted rate.
Once you join, you will also have the choice to turn your membership into a business opportunity if you are so inclined. Most importantly, your membership can save you both time and money by finding all of your gluten-free supplements in one place.
For More Information
If you are interested in learning more about Genesis Pure, the supplements, and/or the business opportunity, you can watch the 23 minute introductory video at: http://wiserunning.com/about-us/gluten-free-supplements-and-business-opportunity/
You can also email me at email@example.com.
Let me know if you have any questions about nutritional supplements, their purpose, or how to find if they are gluten-free.
“Train smart, eat well, & enjoy the run!”
— P. Mark Taylor