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Where’s the innovation in dietary supplements?

by Fredrick Gitaka
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Now that 2020 is coming to a close, it’s important to take a step back and look at the most important discoveries of the year in the health and wellness sector. There has been an innovation in terms of dietary supplements, reflecting the new challenges and solutions in the modern world. So, what’s there to be excited for? We’re seeing strong new news about fulvic acid-like substances, which can be used for bio-renewable and eco-friendly production in agriculture. If you’d like to find out more, please continue reading.

A quick overview of fulvic acid

Fulvic acid is part of a group of chemicals that are formed the moment that plants and animals break down. It acts by simplifying the absorption of fertilizer by plants and enhancing the soil milieu. In case the fertilizer component isn’t sufficiently absorbed in the soil, the addition of fulvic acid promotes the incorporation of the fertilizer component into the soil. Interestingly, people use fulvic acid for a wide range of medical conditions, such as eczema, allergies, and even cancer. For many years, it has gone unnoticed as a potential supplement.

Surprising as it may seem, fulvic acid has the power to provide all the nutrients we consume. The moment that trace substances and minerals from the blood come in contact with fulvic acid they are broken down into a form that makes them more active and available to the human body. Unfortunately, there’s insufficient evidence to testify to the effectiveness of all the applications of fulvic acid supplements. There aren’t safety concerns, just so you know, and even if there isn’t enough medical evidence for the time being, that doesn’t mean they can’t help.

The benefits of fulvic acid spread across various industries

Initially, fulvic acid was used exclusively for agricultural purposes. At present, fulvic acid plays an important role in medicine, where the supplement consumption is expected to rise, and other industries, of which example can be made of soil protection. In 2020, the fulvic acid market is growing at a steady rate and it’s forecasted to rise over the following period. The growing demand from the pharmaceutical sector as a key ingredient in medicine preparation for the immune system is significant. What is more, people are focusing more on their health and are seeking ingredients based on natural components.

Innovation in fulvic acid

A great deal of research has gone into the use of fulvic acid with important institutions and companies involved. The aim is to bring forward top-notch products that are supported by data and proven results. Examples of new product development include nutrient-enhanced liquid fulvic, organic liquid humic, and powder and granular humic products at various particle size distributions. Intense utilization of fulvic acid in agriculture and medicine continues to gain interest from producers and consumers, so we can look forward to promising solutions to many global problems. Fulvic acid has come a long way and technology stays focused on it. The outcome is more efficient products, processes, services, and market needs.

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