Cognitive Conditions Fueling Demand For Dietary Ingredient Breakthroughs
Rising rates of Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive conditions fuel demand for brain health supplements among consumers, with more than a third of US consumers saying they would be “very likely” to take them for memory, according to research firm Natural Marketing Institute.
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US Wellness Market In 2019: Amarin Wins, Loses On Supplements; Gottlieb Leaves With Consumer Health Flourish
Looking look back on US wellness market developments and events in 2019, HBW Insight finds a firm that doesn’t compete in the dietary supplement sector, Amarin, made a good bit of news that affected the industry during the year. We track news across the wellness space from the past year.
Studies on supplements and brain health find no benefit in people with normal nutrient levels, says a group of 27 experts brought together by the American Association of Retired Persons. High-quality clinical studies of safety and efficacy of supplements in brain health outcomes are needed, they say.