Vitamin K, along with vitamin D, has been found to improve COVID-19 outcomes (note: NOT cure). And the popular vitamin K2 may play an important role as well.
The ingredients in keto supplements—such as exogenous ketones, MCTs, organic butter powder and collagen—might help dieters burn fat and stay hydrated.
When speaking with the growing number of customers curious about supporting their immune systems, make sure to educate them on recent studies that correlate low vitamin D levels and incidences of COVID-19.
Closed gyms have the fitness faithful turning to endurance sports, but sports nutrition brands need to look beyond carbohydrates and energy to fulfill the needs of this market.
As more people become concerned about the health of the oceans, more consumers are likely to ask about reef-safe sunscreen.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition's 20th annual survey shows who is taking dietary supplements and which supplements are the most popular.
Most well known for its bone broth and collagen products, Ancient Nutrition recently pivoted to release timely immunity-focused products alongside consumer-facing digital education.
Muniq targets a range of health conditions and contains messaging intended to educate consumers on the role prebiotics play with regard to gut health.