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  • Alpha-Lipoic Acid
    Alpha-lipoic acid is produced naturally by the body; however, many people also choose to consume ALA supplements for various reasons. In 2019 the journal of Biomolecules published a review of various randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter, two-arm, and parallel-group trials which concluded that ALA could help support weight loss and energy production at the cellular level. Research studies have also shown that ALA offers significant antioxidant properties. Seeing how the body only produces a minimal amount of this compound, many find it beneficial to supplement alpha-lipoic acid by adding supplements to their diet. Research suggests that these supplements offer up to 1,000 times more ALA than regular alpha-lipoic acid food sources such as red meat, yeast, broccoli, spinach, yams, brussel sprouts, beets, and tomatoes, to name a few.
  • Ashwagandha
    Ashwagandha is often regarded as an effective and safe adaptogen making it highly desired to help mitigate stress - which is a much sought-after function in today's market. Additionally, it has been used for centuries to help improve energy levels and sharpen cognitive function, qualifying it as a popular nootropic option as well. Ashwagandha ranked among the top 10 selling U.S. herbal supplement ingredients, with 16.9% growth and $12.4M in sales in 2018.
  • CoQ10
    CoQ10 is responsible for generating cell energy by helping the production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and providing protection against oxidative stress and damage. The highest concentration of CoQ10 is found within high-energy organs such as the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys. In 2018, the global market exceeded $470 million and another recent independent report projects that the worldwide market for Coenzyme Q10 could exceed $1 billion by 2026.
  • Multivitamin
    • All-natural, strawberry flavor, pectin-based.
    • There are seven key nutrients that consumers and doctors look for in choosing a multivitamin. These include vitamin D, magnesium, zinc, iron, folate, and vitamin B-12.
    • More than one-third of all Americans take them, accounting for 1/6th of all supplement purchases. 55% of Americans believe that their multivitamins truly make a difference in their health.
  • Natural Astaxanthin
    A study by the MDPI Journal of Nutrients, found astaxanthin to potentially act as an internal sunscreen providing significant protection against harmful UV rays. Astaxanthin has impressively managed to maintain stable search engine popularity for the last 5 years. (2020) The global market size for astaxanthin supplements in 2020 was around $94M. The data also predicts that the worldwide market will be worth as much as $134.7M by 2026.
  • Panax Ginseng
    Studies have linked ginseng to improved memory and concentration. Ginseng is very popular among athletes, but market research indicated that it had maintained stable levels of popularity across all consumers in the last five-year period ending in Nov. 2020. The global ginseng extracts market size was valued at $25M in 2020, and it is projected to increase at a CAGR of 6.3%, reaching $40.1M in 2027.