What makes a healthy habit a trend?

I don’t know if I’m just seeing everything through “outdoor-tinted glasses” or if the furniture industry, is indeed, trying to make us feel like we’re perpetually outside. That’s what it felt like at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair, May 17–20, in New York City.

According to a recent report by the NPD, fruit is the second most popular food consumed in the United States today.

According to Transparency Market Research, demand for organic food and beverage – which was valued at $70.7 billion in 2012 – is expected to reach $187.85 billion in revenue by 2019.

 

When one thinks of vitamin K (if they do at all), blood clotting likely comes to mind. While this is an important role, research has confirmed far greater capabilities in the goal of true human health.

Health-conscious consumers will be able to easily and accurately compare protein levels in foods and dietary supplements under new industry guidance issued by two leading supplement associations.

The housewares industry is making it easier to do just about everything.

Consumer demand for probiotics, or healthy bacteria, is at an all time high in the US. 

In recent months, findings from several studies—and the media attention they’ve garnered—have created a stir in the natural products industry.