Nutrition Business Journal

Navigating fat fads

Weight-loss supplements or supplementing weight-loss?

If it’s time to heal the black eye the natural products industry got from recent lawsuits against manufacturers of weight-loss supplements, there’s a new trend in dieting that could do it: Using supplements as support for healthy dieting instead of supplements as diets themselves. It might even help restore consumer confidence in supplements.

At least Starkie Sowers, thinks so.

As director of education for the Clark’s Nutrition & Natural Food Mark

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