Just about every supplement has a non-pill alternative. Each one offers benefits, but consumers should be aware that there are other considerations. • Sachets and Powders: More than 15% of all supplement sales in the United States are in this form, according to Nutrition Business Journal, a Penton Media publication. Water-soluble powders are portable and convenient, but require extra packaging which increases costs. They also contain added sugar to make the supplement more palatable, which ...

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