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Eighty-two Percent Of Supplement Users Are Confident Products Are Safe, Effective

September 30, 2010: 11:27 AM EST

An online survey among nearly 2,000 adults has found that two thirds consider themselves dietary supplement users, a level consistent with four prior years’ findings. The 2010 Council for Responsible Nutrition dietary supplement survey also found that regular supplement usage has been steady over the years, with 74 percent of  supplement users saying they are “regular” users, 21 percent saying they were occasional users and five percent admitting to only seasonal use. Seventy-three percent of  supplement users in 2009 said they took supplements regularly.  According to CRN, more consumers are taking vitamin D than before: 27 percent in 2010, up from 19 percent in 2009. The survey also found that 82 percent of consumers are confident that dietary supplements are safe, high quality and effective.

"SUPPLEMENT USAGE, CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REMAINS STEADY", News release, Council for Responsible Nutrition , September 30, 2010, © Council for Responsible Nutrition
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