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Old Thu, Oct-03-19, 09:05
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Default CBD, keto and collagen? A glimpse into the $219bn US natural products industry

CBD, keto and collagen? A glimpse into the $219bn US natural products industry

Last month I was at Natural Products Expo East, a huge trade show at the Baltimore Convention Center in Maryland. Featuring over 261 international brands and 537 new companies, it provides a glimpse into the latest innovations shaping natural and organic food, beverage, personal care and supplements in the US.
With continued publicity for the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet for weight control and overall health, there was also a trend towards products which supported the pursuit of the keto diet. Much was aimed at keto-friendly ‘treats’.
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Old Thu, Oct-03-19, 14:59
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latest innovations shaping natural and organic food

Anybody besides me find something a bit schizophrenic in the very phrase: LATEST INNOVATIONS shaping NATURAL and organic food? I mean, is Mother Nature in the process of creating a bunch of brand new foods for us??? If human beings are "innovating" it, then in my book, it ain't quite "natural" any more.
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Old Fri, Oct-04-19, 08:00
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Good point. Some of it is quite expensive as well. I do like the convenience of collagen peptides, however.
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Old Fri, Oct-04-19, 19:59
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Today, my mother handed over a canister of peanuts.... oops not peanuts, but dry keto pizza dough mix. Looked at ingredients. A very looooong list. Reads like a chemical concoction.

A far cry from my usual: almond flour, cream cheese, mozzarella and herbs.
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Old Wed, Oct-09-19, 03:15
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I wouldn't be so desperate for supplements if my ailments were treated properly, which they were not. I had to figure it out myself. They literally saved my life.

I wouldn't still need the supplements if the food weren't crap. Bottom line.
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