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GBG 10-in-One Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can children take the GBG Multi-vitamin and Mineral Formula?
A: Yes, the rule of thumb is that children should take a half dose, depending on body weight, to the normal adult dosage. However, consult your child's physician first.
Q: Are there any contaminants, allergens, or pesticides in the vitamin?
A: The raw materials meet the rigorous receipt profile established by the Manufacturer and the Dietary Supplement GMP's. There are no allergens as per the required FDA labeling laws. The product does not contain soy, tree nuts, wheat, fish, dairy, eggs or crustacean shellfish. If you are allergic to other specific products however, please read the label carefully before taking GBG's 10-in-One.
Q: Does the vitamin allow the body to excrete whatever vitamins it does not need, rather than storing them in your body?
A: Vitamin A, D, E and K are fat stored, the remaining vitamins are water soluble. Water soluble vitamins excrete out more quickly than fat stored vitamins. The vitamins and minerals in 10-in-ONE fall below the Lowest Observed Adverse Effect Level (LOAEL) according to Council for Responsible Nutrition, so there should be no concern.
Q: Does the vitamin have any ingredients that cause the blood to clot?
A: Vitamin K is contraindicated for persons on blood thinners. Anyone taking those specific drugs should check with their physician before taking 10-in-One.
Q: How much Lutein is in the vitamin?
A: 10-in-One contains 2 mg of FloraGlow raw material, 100mcg elemental Lutein.
Q: Where do the trace minerals come from?
A: Specific deposits of ancient earth beds.
Q: What is the source of Rhodiola in the 10-in-one?
A: Rhodiola Rosea extract, Siberian origin.
Q: What is the source of the vitamin B-12 in the vitamin?
Q: Does 10-in-One contain L-arginine?
A: 10-in-ONE does not contain L-arginine.
Q: Is 10-in-One food or plant based?
A: 10-in-One is classified as a dietary supplement and is a combination of botanicals, vitamins, minerals and specialty ingredients. You could not get the nutrients that are in 10-in-One just by eating a normal diet.
Q: Can I duplicate the GBG Multivitamin and Mineral Formula?
A: Some people will buy 3-5 products paying up to $150 for the same ingredients.
Q: Is it equally beneficial for both men and women?
A: It is a good source of nutrients for everyone.
Q: With all the elements, how does this not increase the risk of toxicity when combined with prescription meds?
A: It is always wise if taking prescription medications to check with your physician. However, the ingredients in the 10-in-One are not known to have contraindications with pharmaceutical drugs. Each person is responsible to understand the medications they are taking and the contraindications with the drugs.
Q: Do any of the trace minerals have significant toxicity potential?
A: At the 5mg dose per serving, there are no known toxicity concerns.
Q: Aren't some of the trace minerals useless and bad for the body?
A: In trace measures, the elements are beneficial to the body. If an individual suffers from mineral or metal toxicity, they should refrain from taking any product that contain trace elements.
Q: Is there any oversight of the product by any agency?
A: ALL dietary supplements are manufactured according to regulations as set forth by the FDA, currently under the Food, Health and Cosmetic act. The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) has Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's) published and are enforced by the FDA according to company size. Large companies are currently required to manufacturer under DSHEA GMP's, medium size companies by the summer of 2009 and small companies by the summer of 2010. The manufacturer of the 10-in-One currently manufacture under a structure very close to the DSHEA GMP's and is audited by the FDA for compliance.
Q: What is the level of iron?
A: Iron is present in the trace minerals and could be found as high as 80mcg. The DV for iron is 18mg
Q: Is the 10-in-One made from whole foods or is it synthesized?
A: 10-in-One contains whole as well as factory manufactured vitamins
Q: Why is the calcium so low and not at 100% RDA?
A: According to the formulator, calcium is a mineral that causes some very difficult taste challenges at the 100% DV level.
Q: What restrictions are there for transporting the 10-in-One out of the country, but not selling it?
A: A person can take a product with them for personal use, in most countries, up to three months worth of product.
Q: What is the source of the vitamin B-12 in 10-in-One?
A: Micro Biological Fermentation
Q: What form of biotin is used?
A: Straight biotin