Over the last 10 years there has been a great movement in the health care industry that has changes the perspective of many, transitioning from a position of treatment to one of prevention. Gone are the days where the greater part of the system focuses on treating issues. Now a great deal of effort is being spent on nutritional supplements and nutraceuticals that target and help eliminate some of the greater health concerns of people in the new millennium.
How would you feel if a trusted source you’ve been using, one that’s been around for almost a century, suddenly came under fire what is being called fraudulent and misleading practices? A lot of consumers are feeling a bite to the stomach after recent events painted a new and more realistic picture of the Better Business Bureau and how it conducts business in the new millennium.
There are new stimulants on the market that have people racing to get what they can before the bans start falling down from above. These stimulants come in the form of an “energy boost” drink designed to not only stimulate the mood but also to provide a burst of energy. But why would there be state officials seeking to ban energy drinks?
Within the last 20 years, America has begun to experience a health crisis as its citizens wage a war with obesity that has reached into the lives of children. Many believe that the weight issue has become an epidemic and needs to be countered. In an effort to counter the growing weight problem among Americans, many are striving to take control of their lifestyles.