Sports Nutritionals Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

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

  • Consumer Health in Oman

    ... increase in self-medication. Easing inflationary pressures are also having a positive impact on the category with higher purchasing power boosting demand, including in categories of a less essential nature, such as weight management and wellbeing. ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in New Zealand

    ... many New Zealanders, many of whom were keen to make lifestyle changes in order to improve their immunity, lose weight or improve their level of fitness. This increased focus on health and fitness helped sports ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Taiwan

    ... volume terms. Expansion continues to be underpinned by increasing participation in sports and fitness activities in Taiwan, a well-established trend that has recently gained momentum due to health concerns surrounding the pandemic. Demand has been ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Austria

    ... country. With consumers being more concerned about their overall health and wellbeing they are showing a growing interest in taking part and sport and fitness activities. Furthermore, with the pandemic finally over consumers are able ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Singapore

    ... One factor explaining the lack of popularity for sports non-protein products such as energy chews is that endurance sports are not particularly popular in Singapore. While expatriates and more affluent local citizens have experience travelling ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Japan

    ... thanks to an increasingly health conscious population, but also due to a growing desire for a well-toned and attractive physique. Due to the rising cost of raw materials players within sports nutrition have been either ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in South Africa

    ... a sport. Sports nutrition products provide those who are exercising with more energy and stamina in order for them to endure intensive exercises. With a substantial proportion of the South African population living below the ... Read More

  • Europe Sports Nutrition Market, By Product Type (Sports Drinks, Sports Food, Sports Supplements); By End User (Athletes, Bodybuilders, Recreational Users, Lifestyle Users); By Distribution Channel (Supermarkets/Hypermarkets, Convenience Stores, Specialty Stores, Online Retail, Others); By Country (Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Russia, the Netherlands, Rest of Europe), Trend Analysis, Competitive Landscape & Forecast, 2019–2029

    ... Country (Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, Russia, the Netherlands, Rest of Europe), Trend Analysis, Competitive Landscape & Forecast, 2019–2029 Europe Sports Nutrition Market Size Expands at Significant CAGR of 9.6% to Touch USD ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in the Philippines

    ... realities of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is well-known that people who are physically fit and active are far less likely to succumb to a serious case of COVID-19 and this has motivated many among the ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Malaysia

    ... centres, following the ending of various pandemic-related restrictions. These included new concepts like Smart Gym, unveiled by Engage Fitness, an unmanned gym outlet that operated 24/7 and which harnessed the latest AI technology, including facial ... Read More

  • World Market for Consumer Health

    ... growth can be found across the industry, from sports nutrition’s expansion to lifestyle positionings to the continuing demand for cough and cold remedies in the face of continuing respiratory illness to the rise of multifunctional ... Read More

  • Consumer Health in Mexico

    ... While the public healthcare system grapples with supply shortages, particularly in specialised medications such as cancer treatments, reasonably healthy consumers are redirecting their priorities. Rather than proactively purchasing medications for preventive measures, they are increasingly ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Mexico

    ... Institute of Statistics and Geography), in 2021, 39.6% of the population over 18 years of age exercised, a figure that increased to 42.1% in 2022. This means that in 2021, around 37 million people were ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition Market in US 2023-2027

    ... on the sports nutrition market in US provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. The report offers an up-to-date analysis ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Slovenia

    ... increasingly becoming an essential aspect of life, serving as both social hubs and a means to alleviate work-related stress. Social media plays a vital role in this trend, with platforms such as Instagram and TikTok ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Uzbekistan

    ... of healthy lifestyles has fuelled attendance at fitness clubs and is driving the consumption of sports protein products. Sports nutrition is still in the early stages of development in Uzbekistan and as such, has a ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Uruguay

    ... expected to register healthy constant value and volume growth in 2023. That being said, there are significant price rises, partly due to a shortage of creatine, as well as continuing high inflation. However, consumers of ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Hungary

    ... poised to register impressive results in volume terms. Overall demand has slowed slightly from the previous year, partly due to the cost-of-living crisis but also because consumption is now stabilising after having spiked in 2022 ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Azerbaijan

    ... the economic ramifications of the Russian-Ukrainian war that have disrupted logistics and spiked delivery costs. Despite these economic headwinds, the category continues to grow in value and volume sales, though at a slower pace than ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in South Korea

    ... products which can be consumed on the go. This is driving the dynamic growth of sports protein RTD, a product category that only entered the local market in 2020 but is already now larger in ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Bulgaria

    ... offer a wide range of sports nutrition products, including protein supplements, pre-workouts, amino acids, and recovery formulae. The diversity of the offer allows consumers to access a comprehensive suite of products that cater to their ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Serbia

    ... the experience of the COVID-19 crisis boosted consumer health awareness and prompted many Serbians to reassess their lifestyles and commit to more regular exercise and sporting activity. In this environment, awareness about sports nutrition has ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Turkey

    ... sports nutrition in Turkey. In light of the pandemic experience, consumers reconsidered their eating and exercise habits to support general health, but also to help rebuild muscle following two years of sedentary lifestyles, including losing ... Read More

  • Functional Proteins Market by Type (Casein/Caseinates, Hydrolysates, Soy Protein), Form (Dry, Liquid), Source, Application - Global Forecast 2023-2030

    ... reach USD 5.47 billion in 2023, at a CAGR 6.86% to reach USD 8.72 billion by 2030. Market Segmentation & Coverage: This research report analyzes various sub-markets, forecasts revenues, and examines emerging trends in each ... Read More

  • Sports Nutrition in Tunisia

    ... Optimum Nutrition brand, which was previously distributed by Aecor Nutrition. With this exclusive distribution partnership, First Class Distribution has positioned itself as a key player in providing sports nutrition products to the Tunisian market. Euromonitor ... Read More

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