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Fatty Acids Market will expand at 9.5% CAGR to hit 1.2 trillion USD for Food App

Fatty Acids Market for Food Applications is set to surpass USD 1.2 trillion by 2025. Rising concern for healthy eating and growing consumer awareness of health benefits associated with essential fatty acids will drive the fatty acids for food applications market demand. These are not synthesized in the human body and obtained from plants, fruits and vegetable oils. Changing food habits and increasing importance of a balance nutrient-rich diet may stimulate the fatty acids market for food applications growth.     

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Omega 3 based fatty acids market demand may witness significant growth at over 9% by 2025. Increasing demand of functional food along with rise in chronic diseases  will stimulate the product demand. It is an essential fatty acid which helps in maintaining neurological health and reduces inflammation. Rising global dietary supplements market and increasing aging population have increased the demand of omega 3 in their diet which may boost the fatty acids market for food applications growth.

Hi, has anyone had anything to do with Cherry Fruit Extract Capsules, and do they help with gout & arthritis?

I have high Uric Acid which causes gout, and am taking a prescription drug - Allopurinol - which has side effects. What i read about Cherry Fruit Extract Capsules sounds good, but i cannot find where I can buy them in Australia. Any ideas, anyone??


Black Cherry juice, available at most health food stores, and eating fresh cherries helps a lot . Also drinking plenty of water helps your kidneys remove uric acid. Pineapple will help with the inflammation. Sometimes natural remedies will not do the


Black Cherry juice, available at most health food stores, and eating fresh cherries helps a lot . Also drinking plenty of water helps your kidneys remove uric acid. Pineapple will help with the inflammation. Sometimes natural remedies will not do the

How do I know what brands of supplements have the potency correctly stated on the bottle?

I have heard of and seen programs where they test certain brands of vitamins and other supplements sold in drug stores. On these programs they 'expose' brands as not having in the 'pill' what the brands say they have.

For example, a glucosamine


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I don't know if this is totally correct or not, BUT someone told me to look on the bottle and make sure it says "STANDARDIZED". This is supposed to mean that it has the correct amount of whatever. They said that the "standardized"


Unfortunately, there is no way to know for certain unless you have a lot of $$ and can afford to have the supplements you take, analyzed. Since that is not an option for most of us, I recommend avoiding the big national chains (GN- somethingorother) comes