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Read the ingredients label. Are all of the ingredients compliant?


A google search gave me the following ingredient list:


Ingredients: Proprietary ENRICH blend (soluble stabilized rice bran & rice germ, fructooligosaccharide, moringa oleifera powder, guarana seed powder, gotu kola, alfalfa (leaf) powder, chlorella, broccoli (sprout) extract, cranberry powder),

proprietary RESTORE blend (milk thistle extract, bacopa Extract, ashwagandha, green tea extract, wild blueberry powder, turmeric extract, red ginseng, grape seed extract, L-arginine, glycine, lysine, tyrosine, ornithine, yerba mate, kudzu, fennel), proprietary PROTECT blend (aloe vera powder, aloe polysaccharide concentrate, gogi berry extract, acai berry powder, noni juice powder, ionic minerals & fulvic minerals), crystalline fructose, stevia, natural flavors, natural colors, citric acid, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), d-alpha tocopherol (vitamin E), retinal palmitate (vitamin A), niacinamide (vitamin B3), pyridoxal 5

phosphate (vitamin B6), thiamin, riboflavin, cholecalcipherol (vitamin D3), folic acid, biotin, methylcobalamin (vitamin B12).



This has at least three different sweeteners in it, rice bran, and rice germ. Considering that the Whole30 is free of grains and free of sweeteners (including stevia), this points to a big, fat nope.

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