Natural products and supplements, which account for about 70 percent of the US market, are growing faster than ever, and the outlook for them is looking brighter.

That is because natural products and dietary supplements are often cheaper than conventional ones.

So natural products have become an attractive investment for investors.

They offer a way to take advantage of lower prices for their products and to diversify one’s investments.

But if investors expect natural products to be able to keep up with inflation, and if they also expect natural supplements to be more affordable, investors should be paying more attention to natural products.

The Natural Products Council estimates that the natural product market has grown at 6 percent annually over the past four years, with about $7.3 billion in sales in the US alone.

Natural products are made by combining various substances, including amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and vitamins.

The market for natural products is expected to grow by more than 40 percent over the next four years.

And there is good reason to expect this growth.

The natural product industry has grown rapidly over the last decade, thanks in large part to a boom in the popularity of supplements.

There is a strong demand for natural supplements.

Natural supplements are the fastest-growing segment of the natural products market, according to the Natural Products Association.

In 2016, the natural supplement market accounted for nearly $1.4 billion in annual sales.

In 2021, the market for dietary supplements grew by nearly $8 billion.

Natural product growth has been fueled in part by a combination of factors.

The increase in demand for dietary products has been driven in part due to a variety of factors, including an increase in consumers’ appetite for vitamins and minerals.

Demand for vitamins, for example, has been on the rise over the years, thanks to the introduction of more vitamin-enriched foodstuffs.

This trend is likely to continue, and there is evidence that dietary supplements could also play a role in the growth of natural products as a whole.

The growth of dietary supplements is also driven by the popularity and popularity of certain dietary supplements.

According to a report by the American Dietetic Association (ADA), supplements are on the minds of an increasing number of Americans.

According of the ADA, between 2014 and 2016, demand for vitamins increased from 17 million to 26 million people, while demand for supplements grew from 12 million to 23 million.

The ADA also noted that a growing number of supplement manufacturers have started producing and selling supplements as well.

Natural supplement sales have been on a steady rise over this period, especially in the wake of a boom period in the natural food supplement market.

The market for vitamins has also been on an upward trend over the course of the past decade.

According the ADA report, there were about 6 million natural supplement orders in 2016, with more than 1 million of these orders being for vitamins.

While it’s difficult to predict how long natural supplement sales will continue to grow, it is clear that there is a trend for natural supplement demand to increase.

This rapid growth in demand has also led to an increase of the number of natural supplement suppliers.

According a 2016 report from the Institute of Medicine, the number and size of natural food supplements suppliers in the United States increased by about 30 percent between 2015 and 2016.

The report also notes that the number, size, and geographic distribution of these supplement suppliers have also grown.

The industry has seen an increase, in particular, in the number suppliers providing supplements and the number providing nutritional supplements.

Natural supplement demand has increased by an average of 18 percent over four years during this period.

This growth has contributed to an overall increase in the market.

Natural supplemental products have also increased by 4 percent in the past five years.

According to the ADA and other research, natural supplement supplies and dietary supplement sales are likely to remain a large portion of the market in the foreseeable future.

Natural nutritional supplements are also likely to play a larger role in this growth, especially as the market becomes more diverse.

While the growth in natural products has driven growth in the overall natural supplement industry, natural supplements are not the only part of the health care industry that has been growing rapidly over time.

The growth of the healthcare industry has also helped fuel growth in a number of other industries, including natural products; medical equipment; and pharmaceuticals.

The number of new pharmaceutical companies opening every year has been steadily growing since 2000.

These companies are likely looking to add to their portfolio of natural and nutritional supplements to expand their portfolios of pharmaceuticals and health care products.

A Growing IndustryOf the $1 trillion pharmaceutical industry, the growth has come in the form of the growth from natural supplements and dietary products.

According at the American Society for Biochemistry, the industry’s growth rate over the first five years of the 21st century was an impressive 26 percent.

In 2016, there was an average annual growth rate of 15 percent.

The healthcare industry is likely contributing to the growth by expanding its presence in the health market. It