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The Outlook for Enzyme Supplements is Stronger than Ever

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According to the market research firm Credence Research, Inc., the digestive enzyme supplements market is projected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.9% over the coming years, reaching about $1.6 billion by 2025.[1] This growth is being driven by conditions like lactose intolerance, as well as a growing awareness and concern over those wanting to improve their digestive health by using probiotics and prebiotics. Let’s take a look at the outlook of the enzyme supplement market.

The World Regions Driving the Growth of Enzyme Supplements

In 2016, the North American region was the world leader in revenue share for enzyme supplements. This can be attributed to consumers with gastrointestinal issues, an increased emphasis on maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and the growing access to dietary supplements from manufacturers and suppliers. The most rapidly growing market segment, however, was the Asia-Pacific region, which is expected to grow by over 7.5 % by 2024.[2] This is due to factors such as a large aging population and a dietary preference for oily and spicy food.

Enzyme Supplements Aid Digestion for a Large Segment of the Population

The human body produces 22 different types of enzymes.[3] Digestive enzymes are beneficial in easing the stress on the stomach, gallbladder, liver, small intestine, and pancreas when processing starches, fats, and proteins. Unfortunately, from time to time, the body may have shortages of certain digestive enzymes due to a number of issues. One such factor is lactase deficiency, commonly known as lactose intolerance, a condition that affects approximately 70% of the world’s population.[4] Gluten sensitivity is becoming more prevalent as well. Finally, the natural aging process itself greatly reduces the body’s ability to produce digestive enzymes, lowering digestive activity by as much as 50%.[5]

Enzyme Supplements Offer a Number of Important Benefits

Even those without a shortage of digestive enzymes realize a number of important benefits in taking enzyme supplements. Many consumers may experience gastrointestinal discomfort due to consuming fast food, sugars, and artificial preservatives and sweeteners that can negatively affect the gut flora that comprise the microbiome. In addition, there is a rising demand for natural sports nutrition products among athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and even casual exercisers looking to improve their performance and overall sense of well-being. Finally, an aging world population is looking for ways to stay healthy and vibrant during their golden years.

Deerland Probiotics & Enzymes & Probiotics is Positioned to Address this Growing Need

There can be no doubt that the outlook for enzyme supplements will be very strong in the years ahead. At Deerland, we work closely with our customers at the early concept phase of product development to ensure we are helping them to deliver the benefits consumers desire and that meet their specific needs. Our product development team creates a wide range of specialized supplement formulas that include enzymes, probiotics and prebiotics.

To learn more, please visit https://www.deerlandenzymes.com/products/ today.

 

[1] https://www.credenceresearch.com/press/global-digestive-enzymes-supplements-market

[2] https://www.gminsights.com/industry-analysis/enzymes-market

[3] https://www.credenceresearch.com/report/digestive-enzymes-supplements-market

[4] https://www.credenceresearch.com/report/digestive-enzymes-supplements-market

[5] https://www.credenceresearch.com/report/digestive-enzymes-supplements-market

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