Anyone who is rushing through his or her meal, eating enzyme-deficient foods (those heated over 120 degrees Fahrenheit) (2) or taking an acid blocker, is probably not digesting their food exactly as nature intended—and that’s most of us.
Consumers now have a wide range of choices when it comes to how they take their supplements. But sometimes, there can be too many great choices, leading to some confusion about which supplement form is best for each individual.
For the last few years, consumers have been reevaluating their buying habits, doing their research and looking for more value for their dollars. As a result, private label brands have seen an upswing in sales because of the value they offer.
In March 2002, President George W. Bush signed a proclamation declaring that the U.S. National Bone and Joint Decade would begin. The initiative’s intent was to raise awareness, promote the prevention of musculoskeletal diseases and advance research that would lead to improvements in prevention, diagnosis and treatment. But as this decade is drawing to a close, is America feeling any better?
If you’re a supplement manufacturer, the date June 25, 2010 may be etched into your memory. It’s the date by which all supplement makers must comply with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s good manufacturing practices (GMPs) guidelines for dietary supplements.