According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than two-thirds of U.S. residents are overweight or obese. That percentage has ballooned over the past 20 years, and shadowing it, ironically, has been the market for weight control drinks and powders. Whether they're working or not is beside the point — the fact is, sales increased during the recession, showing that weight loss remains a key health concern for consumers. The drink and powder segment increased 4% in dollar sales across all ...

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