Medical Nutrition Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 – 2019

Medical Nutrition Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2013 – 2019

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  • Date Submitted: 10/23/2015 1:25 AM
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Earlier medical nutrition solutions were meant for only to address malnutrition, but continued advancements in healthcare has
led to the use of these medicated foods to complement drugs to treat various diseases such as diabetes, obesity, renal failure,
pediatric malnutrition, sarcopenia and cancer. These medicated nutritional products are segmented into pediatric nutrition,
elderly nutrition, sports nutrition and parenteral nutrition. Some of the commercially available medical nutrition products are
Elecare for kids and EAS for athletes marketed by Abbott Nutrition and Souvenaid and FortFit marketed by Nutricia. Parenteral
nutrition is feeding a person by means of intravenous, it is given only when a patient is on hemodialysis and is unable to
manage adequate nutrition. Usually glucose, proteins, electrolytes and vitamins are administered through parenteral route.
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The global market for medical nutrition is growing at a steady rate worldwide. The major factors impacting the growth of this
market include increasing incidences of diseases requiring additional nutrients and increased awareness among population
about the benefits of medicated foods and beverages. Changing life style such as habitual smoking, alcohol, extended work
hours and relying on fastfood has...

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