The supplements market is absolutely booming. A new report predicts that the global market will reach $59.6 billion just three years from now. What is causing the supplements industry to experience such growth? Education.
In the last few years, scientific research has shown how our poor diet and lack of exercise are not doing any favors for our health. While vitamins and supplements do not excuse the negative effects of poor diet and general inactivity, they do help fill in the nutritional gaps that we fail to fill on our own.
Let’s use Vitamin D as an example. Vitamin D deficiency affects infants, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. This nutrient is crucial in order to absorb calcium for healthy bones and strong growth. Vitamin D is also aids in disease resistance, fighting depression, and weight loss. Sometimes referred to as the sunshine vitamin, our bodies naturally produce Vitamin D when our skin is exposed to the sun. Generations ago, when people would spend the majority of their day working outdoors, they gained enough Vitamin D through diet and sun exposure. In the average lifestyle today, we spend too much time indoors and fail to eat the right foods containing sufficient levels of Vitamin D, thus spurring an increase in Vitamin D deficiency and an increase in sales of Vitamin D supplements.
Vitamin D is just one of the many segments that make up the soon-to-be $60 Billion industry. Sales of multivitamins, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, and Omega-3 fish oils contribute to the growth. And with numbers like this,you might be wondering how you can get a piece of the profits. There are several different ways you can get in on the action, but the easiest is to become a distributor for a reputable nutritional supplement company. As a distributor of an already established company, you can spend time focusing on selling products rather than building up a brand name. On such opportunity is Kyani.