Smart Prevention: Healthcare Cost Savings & Supplements

This economic report demonstrates that the use of specific dietary supplements among those consumers that are at a high risk of experiencing a costly disease-related event can lead to a positive health care cost savings.

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Infographics & Press Releases    

New Article Demonstrates Daily Use of Certain Supplements Can Decrease Health Care Expenditures

   

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Dietary Supplements  

New Economic Report Finds Dietary Supplement Usage Helps Reduce Individual and Societal Health Care Costs 

 


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Chromium Picolinate Supplements to Help Manage Diabetes Is a Discussion Worth Having with Your Healthcare Practitioner 

                 


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Be Good to Your Heart: Supplement with Omega-3s  

                             


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Roses Are Red. Violets Are Blue. Vitamin B Supplements Are Beneficial for Heart Health—and Wallets, Too

 


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Smart Prevention in Sight with Eye-Health Dietary Supplements    

 


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Magnesium and Your Bones: Partners in Health and Finance

 


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Phytosterol Supplements Help Protect Your Heart—and Wallet                           

 


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Significant Health Care Cost Savings Could Be Realized through Use of Psyllium Dietary Fiber 

 


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New Economic Report Points to Additional Reasons to Supplement with Calcium & Vitamin D 

 


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