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July 2000

Health Supplement Retailer is dedicated to providing information for and about the dietary supplement industry to health food stores, pharmacies, manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, brokers, and others interested in the industry. According to HSR, more health food stores receive HSR than any other industry magazine. More than 16,000 retailers receive HSR magazine.

July 2000 - Table of Contents
Volume 6, Number 7

Featured Section

  • Sports & Nutrition
    Sports Nutrition continues to be one of the strongest sales area for natural products stores. The range of new ingredients and product combinations can be overwhelming, as can the claims for what they do. More science is being conducted to help bolster the label hype, but is still in development. This month's special section includes information on the latest ingredients and sprots formulas and the research that backs up the claims.

  • Branded Ingredient: Aminogen

  • Branded Ingredient: ForsLean

  • Branded Ingredient: Creatine MagnaPower


  • Digestive Disorders
    Past the teeth and past the gums, look out stomach, here it comes! Unfortunately, what most American's shovel into their digestive tract does not necessarily offer the best nutritional value. Not only that, but the very ingredients can gum up the works. Learn more about how the digestive system works, what the most common digestive disorders are, and what nutritional supplements are availale to help set the system back on track.

  • NNFA Marketplace 2000 Show Preview
    The National Nutrition Foods Association (NNFA) is hosting its Marketplace 2000 annual trade show and convention later this month. Get the details on what to expect, including a daily schedule and more.


  • Viewpoint
    Getting set for sports

  • Monolog
    NNFA Executive Director David Seckman

  • Specialty Supplements
    Thermogenic compounds turn up the heat.

  • Retailing
    The Iron Clad Guarantee


  • News and Trends
    Nutrition 21 defends patent.

  • Government Watch
    Vitamin 'O' makers settle with the FTC.

  • Studies and Research
    Fiber may not reduce colon cancer risk.

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