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Athletes can turn to several natural ingredients to help boost sports performance, muscle synthesis and focus.
Caffeine, vitamins and botanicals, including adaptogens, highlighted the entries in the energy booster category.
Athletes can optimize nitric oxide production by supplementing with choline and regularly engaging in intense exercise.
A pair of ketogenic-focused powders and a high-protein/low-carb bar are among the top five products vying for the 2018 CPG Editor’s Choice Award in Sports Food and Beverage.
In the sports nutrition market’s love affair with powders for muscle, energy and recovery products, innovation is only limited by flavor and stability challenges.
As the sports nutrition landscape shifts toward online sales and a wider consumer base, sports brands need to ditch the old ways and adopt new approaches to selling.
The sports nutrition category has expanded its market in recent years by moving beyond traditional bodybuilding products.