Cellular health is the backbone of healthy aging, and several healthy aging ingredients, including astragulus, bitter melon, grape seed, green tea and turmeric have been shown to support healthy aging pathways.
Whether sedentary or active, consumers on both ends of the age spectrum are looking for joint health foods and supplements. With nearly 60% market share, glucosamine and chondroitin are mainstays, but their sales have declined the last three years...
The theory of free radical aging hypothesizes oxidative stress causes degenerative diseases, while the free radical frailty theory suggests free radicals cause frailty, rather than age-related diseases.
Baby Boomers and older generations are turning to exercise and diet to stay healthy in their twilight years. Several sports nutrition ingredients offer researched benefits to help these consumers stay fit and recover from exercise.