Most pet owners say they are willing to do anything to give their pets long, healthy, happy lives, just like they would for their human family members. So, why feed, reward or supplement them with anything but the best? Pets are part of the family and have their own set of dietary and hygienic needs that can be amply addressed through natural products. Animal-loving, natural lifestyle customers will surely embrace these products to support many more years with their furry friends.
The pressure is on. You are charged with making an important decision about an issue that affects millions of people. Worse, you’re really not well versed on all its complex potential ramifications. Wouldn’t it be great to have a helping hand, someone knowledgeable to tell you what you need to know in 15 minutes and leave you with a clear one-pager to remind you about everything you discussed?
Nobody really can claim to be above the need for digestive support. Perhaps unlike other areas of concern—the heart, the brain, the skeletal system—where genetic and lifestyle risk factors mean some need more help than others, virtually all individuals will benefit from improved digestion. Efficiency and balance in this area can make a noticeable difference in everything from nutrition to energy levels to life expectancy, even in people who already feel healthy and comfortable.
When a customer walks in panicking about their thyroid or adrenal glands, tell them, “Don’t freak out! Your adrenals won’t like that!” Too much stress is enough to throw these glands out of whack, causing your customers to feel tired, unmotivated or anxious, or to gain weight. Diet and supplements can be just the trick to keep everything functioning well and alleviate any worries your customers may have, while giving them back a happy skip in their step.
Minor aches and pains are normal parts of life. But chronic pain and stiffness that stops us from doing the things we love aren’t. Here, we cover the many ways to strengthen the body’s support system via nutritional and lifestyle techniques to keep the bones strong and joint movement fluid.
If shoppers are looking for bone strengtheners and natural arthritis remedies, let them know supplements can't be said to cure or prevent disease. Nonetheless, there are numerous natural ways to maintain optimal bone and joint health.
Resting on one’s laurels is rarely advisable, and in the case of heart health supplement makers, it’s not even feasible. That’s because there is always new science to uncover behind the supplements they sell, from the tried and true to the pioneering. Then again, maybe they should all just relax, since the most important cardiovascular-support nutrients basically sell themselves. They are just that important to consumer health. But that’s just the point, isn’t it? Manufacturers can’t be passive, because there is nothing more vital to customers than their cardiovascular wellbeing—to improve a product is, potentially, to improve the quality of many lives, and perhaps even extend them.
Green coffee bean extract (GCBE) has been all over the news as the latest trending solution for losing excess weight, with media outlets touting its amazing weight-loss abilities without the need for diet or exercise. These claims have created a lot of hope and even more skepticism. With all the hype surrounding GCBE, your customers rightfully want to know: Is it too good to be true?
According to the Natural Marketing Institute (NMI), over 400 registered green logos exist worldwide (1). Most consumers say they are more likely to buy products with green seals, says NMI (1), and there are good reasons why. Certifications help a product standout in saturated markets.
These days, dry eye syndrome (DES) is the most common complaint made to eye doctors. It affects 25 to 30 million people, especially women over the age of 40. If you have ever experienced dry eyes, especially while trying to wear contact lenses, you know how important it is to have natural solutions available.
The financial figures are getting more and more impressive. Private label food and beverage sales surpassed $98 billion in the United States in 2011, according to Packaged Facts (1). That accounts for 17.6% of total food and beverage sales.