March 2019

Supplement use on the rise - turmeric takes center stage

A recent Council for Responsible Nutrition survey shows that 75% of adults now take dietary supplements. This is a 10% increase over the past decade. On this and several other recent surveys, turmeric has emerged as one of the most used herbs. Check out our recently updated turmeric monograph to learn more about its uses.

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