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Frequently Asked Questions about LeafGreens

Will I be able to mix AIM LeafGreens and AIM BarleyLife at the same time?
Yes, you are able to mix LeafGreens with BarleyLife. However, combining these two products is not really necessary; it doesn't increase the health benefits. But if you do wish to mix the two, take one teaspoon of AIM LeafGreens and two servings of AIM BarleyLife at different times of the day.

Are there people who should not take Aim LeafGreens because of the high levels of vitamin K?
There is no toxins for natural vitamin K1 found in plants, this according to the Merck Index. However, those with a history of sensitivity to vitamin K and who are taking blood-thinning medication should regulate their vitamin K intake. You should talk to your health practitioner before using LeafGreens. Each 6 gram serving of AIM LeafGreens contains 406 mcg of vitamin K. AIM suggests beginning with 1 teaspoon, or 3 grams, containing 203 mcg of vitamin K. Your intake should be constant if on medication. Your physician can then determine the proper dosage.

Would it be beneficial to take AIM LeafGreens if I eat vegetables regularly?
Yes, it would still be beneficial for your health if you use LeafGreens in combination with your regular intake of vegetables. One serving of AIM LeafGreens contains as much iron as 18 servings of spinach, as much vitamin K as 50 servings of peas, and many other necessary nutrients that are not always found in vegetables.

What are xanthan gum and rice lecithin, and what role do they have in AIM LeafGreens?
Xantham gum is derived from a bacterial fermentation process with the use of the bacteria Xanthomonas campestris. This ingredient improves the body and texture of AIM LeafGreens. Rice lecithin is comprised of phospholipids from brown rice. Phospholipids are the main structural components of our cell walls and improve the solubility and texture of AIM LeafGreens.

Why do I feel worse after starting to take AIM LeafGreens?
When you first start taking this product, your body goes through a cleansing process known as detoxification. Your body is going through a positive change because of your new diet. This can manifest itself in fatigue, rashes, and headaches.

Who should not take AIM LeafGreens?
AIM LeafGreens is a whole food concentrate. Most people should be able to take it. Those with severe medical problems or on a restricted diet (especially in regard to green foods) should consult a health practitioner before introducing something new to their diets. Women who are pregnant or nursing are advised to consult a health practitioner.

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