Sulfur is essential, but for humans, it is not recommended for intake. Instead, recommended intakes have been established for the sulfur-containing amino acids methionine and cysteine. There are Dietary Supplements that provide sulfur, such as taurine. Next, let's take a look at the types of Dietary Supplements available.
Dietary Supplement contains only dietary ingredients that are present in the food supply. And the food has not been chemically altered. Chemical alterations are changes in the molecular structure or composition of the ingredients through hydrolysis, distillation, altered production, or fermentation conditions. For example, the use of media containing high levels of sodium selenite can germinate garlic and fermented yeast can produce high levels of organoselenium compounds. Next, we take a look at the summary of the use of Dietary Supplement and their safety profile.
Minerals are exogenous chemical elements that are essential to life. Four minerals: carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, are essential for life, but they are ubiquitous in food and beverages and therefore are not considered nutrients and there is no recommended mineral intake. The need for nitrogen is addressed through the need for protein, which consists of nitrogenous amino acids. Therefore, Immunity increases applications are in high demand and the industry has good prospects for growth. Next, let's take a look at the industry analysis and market prospects of Dietary Supplements.