The subject of weight management does not only merit the concern of those looking to shed significant pounds. The term “management” applies beyond the effort undertaken by millions to achieve a healthier body composition. It also implies maintenance, and the struggle we all go through to retain that healthy state. The supplements available to aid in these efforts (rather than to magically or immediately secure results) are diverse.
There’s a group of shoppers I bet you know well. They enter your store with a determined look, make a beeline for your supplements section and head to the register with a few bottles of green food supplements in their arms. This happens every month or so, with clockwork regularity. In short, they’re green foods die-hards.
Staring at the clock, pulling the cover over our heads and watching late-night TV with the hopes of drifting off to La-La Land. For those that routinely find themselves counting sheep into the wee hours of dawn, it might be time to consider supplements that support healthy sleep patterns.
There are many paths to the heart: The notion rings true both in love and dietary supplementation. There is a vast and growing block of products claiming to support cardiovascular health, in one fashion or another. The consumer must wade through a steady stream of targeted and often conflicting health claims to suit their given need, and they need all the help they can get from knowledgeable sources. This is where their friendly supplements retailer can step in, to guide them in one of the myriad approaches to a healthier heart through natural means.
Bone and joint care is one of those things many people don’t think about until something hurts. But recently, some bone and joint topics have made national headlines, which might leave your shoppers with some unanswered questions about how best to maintain bone strength and joint mobility throughout life.
During pregnancy, a woman’s body goes through countless changes. Accommodating for the growth and survival of another person can take a toll on a woman’s body, which is why it is important for pregnant women to take pre- and postnatal vitamins.
Dietary supplements have long been considered an important component of a well-balanced health routine. People turn to these products for general reasons, such as filling nutrition gaps and maintaining overall health and wellness—and to support specific systems within the body such as heart, bone and digestive health. Many consumers are devoted to their supplements and believe they are integral to their wellness pursuit.
What is the second largest organ in the human body? If you answered the liver, then you are correct. No one can refute what a critical role the liver plays in helping the body function as it should. But, this vital organ cannot take care of itself alone; that’s why it is so important to tell shoppers that they must do their part in promoting liver health by eating the right foods and partaking in a liver detox regimen periodically.
Today’s natural consumers are savvy about labels. As the implications of understanding label claims and seeking out reputable certifications and stamps increases, shoppers are taking a closer look at their products before they buy.
Chances are, you've heard "times are tough" a lot this year. But, just how tough has it been on natural products businesses? Well, according to the 2010 WholeFoods Retailer Survey, many stores are pulling out of the recession in stride as they report strong, even thriving sales.