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New Reports on Dietary Supplements Market Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

20 Oct 2021 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Market Publishers informs that many new in-demand research studies covering the dietary supplements market have been recently uploaded to MarketPublishers.com. These reports provide access to reliable data and updated statistics on the examined market performance, highlight the market dynamics, identify the major market growth drivers and restraints, touch upon the competitive landscape and top market players, outline future growth prospects, and offer other important information on the market development. Here are only some of the latest reports covering the dietary supplements market available at MarketPublishers.com:

Omega-3 Market 

The global market for omega-3 supplements is predicted to demonstrate growth at a CAGR of 8.6% through 2028 and is set to amount to the value of USD 10.8 billion by the end of the forecast period. The demand for omega-3 supplements is anticipated to be driven by the increasing adoption of the product to fulfill the daily nutritional requirements and maintain optimum health of organs (especially by the geriatric population in developed economies), increasing consumer awareness regarding the significance of immunity and immunity-boosting products, increasing product penetration among children, rising demand for DHA supplements from pregnant women, growing government support to provide consumers with low-cost preventive drugs coupled with the rising prevalence of chronic diseases (such as strokes, arthritis, coronary heart diseases, and cancer). The krill oil-based omega-3 supplements segment is expected to exhibit the highest CAGR of 11.1% over 2021-2028 on account of the strong demand for eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and DHA-based supplements among consumers globally…

Nutraceuticals Market

The global nutraceuticals market is projected to go beyond USD 826.4 billion in value terms by 2028, expanding at a CAGR of 8.9% in the next 7 years. The major market growth drivers include the increasing awareness regarding calorie reduction and weight loss (especially in such countries as the US, China, and India, among others), rising demand for nutraceuticals to improve the digestive and immune systems and enhance the cognitive behavior of consumers, the soaring trend among consumers to alter dietary habits, and the growing number of health-conscious consumers worldwide. Vitamins and minerals together grab the biggest share of the overall nutraceuticals market, however, the highest growth rates during the forecast period are expected in the prebiotics and probiotics segment…

L-carnitine Market

The world’s L-carnitine market reached the value of USD 185 billion last year and is slated to demonstrate a 5.1% CAGR through 2027, propelled majorly by the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases worldwide, rising use of the L-carnitine based products in animal feed, a growing proportion of the health-conscious population, enhancing awareness of L-carnitine and its advantages among consumers. Besides, the surging burden of obesity worldwide would create lucrative growth prospects for the L-carnitine market in the coming years. However, the rising awareness regarding the side effects of the product may impede the growth of the market over the forecast period…

Digestive Health Supplements Market 

The global market for digestive health supplements is slated for healthy growth at a 6.96% CAGR over 2021-2027, encouraged by the increasing prevalence of digestive and gastrointestinal diseases in both developing and developed countries, changing food habits, growing consumption of high-sodium foods, and the soaring popularity of weight management programs. However, high ingredient development costs and stringent government regulations may restrain market growth in the coming years. North America is predicted to exhibit the highest demand for digestive health supplements through 2027, given the high prevalence of obesity, digestive problems, and lifestyle-related illnesses in the region along with poor eating habits, and high consumption of processed, high-sodium, and ready-to-eat meals… 

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