Infographic: Heart Health Supplement Market

Heart health supplements account for one-sixth of global supplement sales, according to Christopher Shanahan, global director, agriculture & nutrition, Frost & Sullivan. Brands that offer researched-backed, sustainable heart health products can capitalize on this growing market.

March 10, 2018

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Infographic: Heart Health Supplement Market

The global market for heart health supplements increased from US$8.7 billion in 2016 to $11.7 billion in 2017. This rapid growth is spurred by increased health care costs, an aging population and an increase in science backed dietary supplements. This infographic shows the growth in the heart health market, key heart health ingredients and strategies for business success.

This infographic was developed from the Workshop, “Nutrition for Heart Health” at SupplySide West 2017 from presenter Christopher Shanahan, global director, agriculture & nutrition, Frost & Sullivan. Other speakers in this session included Blake Ebersole, president, NaturPro Scientific LLC; Monica Feldman, group director, Client Services, Nicholas Hall Group of Companies; and Bruce Holub, Ph.D., university professor emeritus, University of Guelph.

Check out these other heart health assets related to this SupplySide West Workshop:

·         SupplySide West Podcast: Heart Health Ingredients Market with Shanahan

·         Article: Top Heart Health Ingredients and Trends, Today and Tomorrow by Shanahan

·         SupplySide West Podcast: Nutrients for Heart Health and Beyond with Ebersol

·         Article: Emerging Heart Health Ingredient Research by Ebersole

·         SupplySide West Podcast: The Next Trends in Heart Health Supplements with Feldman

·         Article: Heart Health Market Moves into Personalized Nutrition by Feldman

·         SupplySide West Podcast: Omega-3s' Role in Heart Health with Holub

·         Digital Magazine: Omega-3s Continue Gaining Ground with the article “Omega-3 Fatty Acids’ Benefits to Heart Health” written by Holub.


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