How and Why End users Arrive at Their Wellbeing and Exercise Ambitions

Dr. Zhaoping Li, MD, Director of the UCLA Middle for Human Nourishment, will study practically 1.4 Billion factors of MyFitnessPal application information to find out styles of accomplishment, delivering insight and guidance to assist persons superior attain their objectives

NEW YORK, March 14, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — MyFitnessPal, the No. 1 world wide nutrition and physical fitness monitoring application, is partnering with the College of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), to support customers recognize what practices are desired to properly attain their overall health and physical fitness targets. MyFitnessPal info from 550,000 customers across practically two decades will be analyzed by UCLA Main of the Division of Clinical Diet and Director of the Centre for Human Diet, Dr. Zhaoping Li, MD, to glimpse for designs in monitoring conduct that signify results. The details shared with UCLA will be de-discovered to maintain person privacy.

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“MyFitnessPal has billions of pieces of details that tell a tale: what people today try to eat and when, their training, and even h2o consumption. Dr. Li and her staff are digging into that info so we can uncover out: what can make people today successful in achieving wellness and wellness goals?” claims Tricia Han, CEO of MyFitnessPal. “It can be an remarkable project and I cannot assume of a much better partner to do this with than the analytical minds at UCLA, with Dr. Li at the helm. Irrespective of whether you want to drop bodyweight, achieve muscle mass, or run a marathon, we hope to uncover the secrets to accomplishment that will support not only our customers, but millions of men and women close to the world.”

The investigation by Dr. Li and her workforce will glance at data points these types of as quantity of instances food is logged for each 7 days, if the consumer logs h2o consumption, the volume of training for each 7 days, styles of workout tracked, and far more. The details will then be segmented by age, gender, and other demographic data to dive deeper to fully grasp designs in the populations of customers very likely to arrive at their objectives.

“The dilemma we actually want to discover in this circumstance is: what are the ideal routines to type in buy to access success with our diet and conditioning?” states Dr. Li. “It is really essential to gas our bodies with good nutrition, which MyFitnessPal will help buyers track, so UCLA is in a unique place to discover the information and uncover these signifying markers of achievements.”

Final results of Dr. Li’s data evaluation is expected to be announced in late Spring 2023.

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United States & Canada Healthcare Professionals Who Utilize Dietary Supplements Market Landscape Report 2023

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Dublin, March 27, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “US & Canada Market Landscape of Healthcare Professionals Who Utilize Dietary Supplements 2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Understanding Healthcare Practitioners Can Transform Your Supplement Business

Whether you are a supplement brand that sells directly through healthcare professionals (HCPs) or a brand that sells directly to consumers, you need to know what influences healthcare practitioners’ supplement decisions and recommendations.

Why?

  • Interest and engagement in integrative health and medicine is expanding rapidly. 49% of adults believe in many or some alternative medicines and therapies.

  • The practitioner channel represents 10% of all U.S. supplement sales but its influence on the overall sale of supplements is far greater. What HCPs recommend translates into consumer sales.

When It Comes to Supplement Brand Evaluation, Not All HCPs Are Alike

Most complementary and integrative HCPs consider their philosophy of health and wellness to be holistic. However, the term “holistic” has a broad definition, and within the spectrum of this definition some HCPs take more of a “vitalistic” approach, while others align more closely with a “pragmatic” approach.

This 83-page written report and 21-pages of market sizing charts provide a comprehensive overview of each of the health professional credentials that are most likely to influence the use of dietary supplements and other integrative products and services among their patient groups:

  • Integrative MDs/DOs

  • Licensed Naturopathic Doctors

  • Dietitians and Nutritionists

  • Doctors of Chiropractic

  • Licensed Acupuncturists

  • Independent Pharmacists

  • Nurses (RNs and APRNs)

  • Physician Assistants

  • Unlicensed Naturopaths, Health Coaches, and Herbalists

  • Massage Therapists

  • Holistic and Biological Dentists

  • Veterinary Clinics

While these HCPs share criteria for evaluating supplement brands, each of these professional credentials are different enough to warrant careful consideration before educating, marketing or selling to them.

Within each of the 14 HCP credential chapters you’ll learn:

In addition, you’ll find a resource guide with major organizations, educational institutions and associations that serve each credential.

What companies will benefit from this report?

  • Professional supplement brands

  • Consumer supplement brands

  • Medical foods companies

  • Testing & diagnostic labs

  • Medical device companies

  • Diagnostic & therapeutic device companies

  • Health technology companies

  • Genomic research and product companies

  • Health systems

  • Health centers & clinics

  • Research centers

  • Recruiters

  • Academics/universities

  • Insurance providers

  • Think tanks

Who will benefit?

  • CEOs

  • COOs

  • CMOs

  • Marketing directors

  • Category managers

  • Innovation managers

  • M&A groups

  • New ventures

  • Entrepreneurs

Companies Mentioned

  • Academy for Five Element Acupuncture

  • Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences

  • Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) .

  • Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley

  • Acupuncture and Massage College

  • Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine National Coalition

  • Alhambra Medical University

  • American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

  • American Academy of Medical Acupuncture (AAMA)

  • American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture

  • American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM)

  • American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

  • American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine at CIIS

  • American Institute of Alternative Medicine

  • American Organization for the Bodywork Therapies of Asia (AOBTA)

  • AOM Program, College of Health and Wellness, Northwestern Health Sciences University

  • AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

  • Arizona

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