Symmetry Genesis Review
Symmetry Genesis is a nutrition juice that claims to be able to, essentially, do it all. Obviously there is a little exaggerating in that claim but what exactly can this drink do or not do? Let’s take a look at the benefits and possible downsides of Genesis.
Increase Energy: Genesis contains an ingredient called Resveratrol which has been tested among fish and small mammals and shown to increase mitochondria in cells. Mitochondria produce energy. Greater energy is a definite plus.
Reduce Heart Disease Risks: Ellagic acid is found in Genesis. Pomegranate juice, which is high in Ellagic acid, has been used in tests showing a decrease in blood pressure and carotid artery wall thickness. This, in turn, can reduce the risk of heart disease.
Improve Skin Condition: Of the many vitamins and minerals found in Genesis, vitamin C is among the highest. In fact, you can get 25% of the daily recommended value of vitamin C in just one serving of Genesis. Vitamin C helps form an important protein used to make and improve skin. Aloe Vera, which is found in the drink, also helps support healthy skin.
Boost Immune System: Glutathione is an antioxidant substance found in Genesis. Antioxidants are used to reduce cell damage by neutralizing free radicals. Glutathione can be found in all types of cells including those that make up the immune system. Less damage to the immune system means greater resistance to disease.
Cost: This is really only a potential downside if you currently don’t take nutritional supplements or medications. It costs $36.00 for preferred customers and $48.25 in retail value. If you stick to the recommended 1 – 4 ounces per day, it could last up to a month which is roughly $1.20 – $1.60 per day. It may be worth it to look into what you are currently paying for nutritional products. If it’s more than $1.20 per day, it would be a no brainer to switch to genesis.
Side Effects: Just like any supplement or medication, there are possible side effects that come with Symmetry Genesis. The ingredient Resveratrol can cause stomach cramping, decreased appetite, and very rarely do users feel joint pain. Also, if you are pregnant, the ingredient ellagic acid has been shown capable of inducing labor.
You do the math. Higher energy taken before a workout used to benefit you during the workout. More energy, better workout. On top of that you get better looking skin and a stronger immune system. It looks like the pros outweigh the cons. This product gets our thumbs up.