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Energy drink trends
What new trends is the market experiencing?
Biotin’s benefits: More than skin deep
New areas of growth and more scientific research are on the horizon for biotin.
Can supplements support aging muscles?
Supplements that support muscle health may help aging Americans lead safer, active lives.
The future of natural preservatives
Some of the best options for natural preservatives are those that don’t sound like chemicals but provide high efficacy in extending preservation.
Premix potential: Premixes offer nutrition formulators even more benefits today
Premixes offer an effective and efficient way for nutrition and supplement manufacturers to formulate their products.
Melatonin: Dietary supplement or hormone product?
Should melatonin be treated as a dietary supplement or as a hormone product?
Millennials want products to promote healthy aging. What kind of products do they want?
How can nutrition and supplement brands effectively reach millennials?
Who are today’s key joint health customers?
Which customers are buying joint health supplements?
The market for energy and relaxation products is on the rise
Natural energy products are continuing to experience growth in the marketplace. And on the opposite end of the spectrum, relaxation and sleep products have experienced tremendous growth in recent years as well.
Poor digestive health is a growing concern that supplement makers are eager to solve
Their approach? Improving the health of the microbiome.
How do topical and ingestible skincare products compare?
And which nutricosmetic ingredients look most promising today?
Health and wellness: Mergers and acquisitions in 2023
What’s the outlook for mergers and acquisitions in health and wellness?
What’s trending in hydration beverages now?
Hydration drink companies can look forward to a bright, energetic future.
Aloe vera is trending again. What do we know about this versatile plant?
What are aloe’s most common uses and misconceptions?
Natural pain management: Alternatives to traditional pain medications are expected to grow
Continuing studies show promising results for individuals desiring natural pain-management solutions.
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