Supplements For Disease-Related Nutrition Shaping Consumer Health Landscape
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Sales of dietary supplements promoted for nutritional needs of diabetics are exploding as consumers seek non-drug products to deal with symptoms of the disease, says a consumer health analyst in a recent presentation. Consumer health products positioned to prevent disease are growing at a much faster rate globally than those formulas that treat ailments.
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