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Sports nutrition products can be loosely grouped into six functional categories. Strength and body-building supplements are primarily muscle/mass-building substances such as amino acids and protein mixes, used mostly by bodybuilders and participants in other sports focused on strength and weight gain, such as football. These are usually supplements or protein bars.

Fat burners/lean mass products are mostly muscle and central nervous system stimulants like caffeine or supplements that help to convert dietary fat into energy instead of fat tissue, such as l-carnitine and chromium. These products overlap somewhat with general weight-loss products, but are marketed directly to bodybuilders and athletes or contain additional ingredients meant to enhance sports performance and build lean muscle mass without adding fat.

Short-term energy products often contain caffeine, or other natural substances like Siberian ginseng and simple sugars such as glucose and fructose. They are often combined with a variety of other substances, including creatine monohydrate, phosphate, and vitamin B2.

Long-term endurance products are designed to increase endurance for events such as distance runs, long cycling events, and triathlons. Substances used in these products include complex sugars such as branching glucose polymers, medium chain triglycerides, and various complex carbohydrates. These substances are often combined with several minerals and vitamins such as vitamin E, an antioxidant, and phosphate, a lactic acid modulator.

Recovery and treatment products are targeted to the various side effects that often result from exercise, and include anti-inflammatories, electrolyte replacements, homeopathic and natural pain relievers, and antioxidants.

General wellness or energy sports nutritionals offer many of the benefits above, but are designed for use by casual athletes or even ordinary consumers. These products generally have lower concentrations of active ingredients, and are thus intended to provide much milder effects—usually a slight energy boost and low doses of essential vitamins and minerals, perhaps with additional herbs and natural additives.

Sports nutrition products are typically divided into three product categories: beverages, bars & gels, and supplements. Each category offers a unique delivery system, and is distinctive in marketing methods and distribution channels.

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Sports Nutritionals Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Sports Nutrition in the Netherlands

    ... the growing health and wellness trend in the country and burgeoning sports and fitness culture. The strong interest of Dutch people in fitness and exercise is expected to increase further over the course of the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in New Zealand

    ... as sports clubs, fitness centres and sports goods stores. In the last five years there was an increase in the availability of sports nutrition brands through supermarkets. Although the increase does not seem significant, the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Singapore

    ... As an increasing number of Singaporeans take care of their wellbeing, they are exercising more frequently and becoming increasingly aware of supplementation benefits. The presence of gym operators also plays an essential part in fuelling ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Ukraine

    ... images of well-groomed celebrities in the media. Many Ukrainians, especially young ones, are increasing their fitness levels, especially as opportunities to have a remote professional coach for free are growing. For example, in 2017, Gofit ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Hong Kong, China

    ... exercise in order to remain (or get) fit and healthy. Running and hiking are becoming popular sports in Hong Kong, as consumers can embark on them at any time at their convenience. Increased education and ... Read More

  • Global Sports Nutrition Market 2017-2021

    ... were consumed by only traditional users such as athletes, sports people, and bodybuilders. However, owing to the growing consciousness about health and fitness, consumers of all categories are increasingly consuming sports nutrition products. The global ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Bosnia-Herzegovina

    ... can help improve the quality of their nutrition and generally fit their healthy lifestyle. An increasing number of individuals are specialising in coaching or nutritional concepts which promote a healthy and active lifestyle. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Bolivia

    ... number of young people in the country, with according to national statistics 60% of the Bolivian population being aged under 30 years, with this rate projected to increase further. Euromonitor International's Sports Nutrition in Bolivia ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in the Philippines

    ... gym-goers across genders and age groups, even in less urban areas. One of the factors which pushed this trend to continue in 2017 was the promotion by local celebrities of top gyms in the cities, ... Read More

  • Global BCAA Market by Manufacturers, Countries, Type and Application, Forecast to 2022

    ... to performance of the work. There is lot of evidences supporting the positive effect of BCAA supplementation on muscle growth. The main importance is attached particularly to leucine. Scope of the Report: This report focuses ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Guatemala

    ... imported and expensive. The most common users of sports nutrition products are young urban men, who are more interested in body building. Women are slowly entering sports nutrition, but mainly with products like sports nutrition ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Uzbekistan

    ... of new, modern fitness centres. In other words, the evolving sports culture is increasing interest amongst Uzbekistanis in consuming sports nutrition. Even five years ago, there were only old-fashioned gyms, usually on ground floors, and ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Turkey

    ... Sports nutrition benefits from the fast-growing trend of taking regular exercise among the Turkish population. However, retail current value sales growth in 2017 was much slower than the review period CAGR. One reason was the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Germany

    ... well as in other outlets, consumers can find a large range of products, which they increasingly use to maximise their results after working out. Social media has been a strong catalyst for this development, since ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Uruguay

    ... understanding about the benefits that sports nutrition products offer in terms of increasing muscle mass, burning fat, aiding the recuperation of the body and promoting higher energy levels continues to boost demand for this category. ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Venezuela

    ... weakening of the domestic currency, companies are facing the increasing risks of lower turnover rates. High prices are dampening the demand for products in this category even from individuals strongly committed to training, while many ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Sweden

    ... consumers now becoming curious about other products within sports nutrition, such as supplementary goods outside the scope of the category. Sports protein powder did however display strong growth in grocery retailers, although this only accounts ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Tunisia

    ... consumers’ interest in these products. One of the main reasons for the consumption of sports nutrition is to build muscle, followed by endurance and then recovery. Sales of sports nutrition products will be supported by ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in the United Kingdom

    ... role in raising awareness of the role of sports nutrition, and particularly protein products, in achieving optimal health and fitness. As consumers become more educated and their health concerns grow, the switch towards plant-based proteins ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Indonesia

    ... sports nutrition products, which are priced relatively high. As such, these consumers dominate purchases of sports nutrition. Furthermore, the rising number of gyms and fitness centres all over Indonesia indicates that consumers are now increasingly ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Saudi Arabia

    ... and promotional campaigns relating to sports nutrition packages, especially annual packages, which stimulated the growth of sports nutrition in 2017. Additionally, the General Authority of Sports started to grant licences for female gyms by the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Slovakia

    ... result in serious health problems, such as chronic non-infectious diseases. According to the European Commission survey “Eurobarometer on sport and physical activity”, 41% of Slovaks do not participate in sport, whilst 21% only do so ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Switzerland

    ... a wide distribution network, including grocery outlets. The competition in the marketplace lowers prices and makes these products affordable to a large spectrum of the population. Consequently, sports nutrition registered healthy value growth in 2017. ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Mexico

    ... and by the resulting increase in awareness and interest from consumers. Some of the factors driving such interest were an increasing trend towards healthier habits and fitness, with running especially in vogue in recent years. ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Romania

    ... Ministry of Health, aiming at reducing subsidised medicine consumption and recovering from producers and distributors some of the amount resulting from the growth, meant some producers excluded certain medicines from their product portfolios that had ... Read More

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