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Scientists believe that nutrition can have a major impact on the rate of degenerative disease. Moreover, the more than 36 million people in the over-65 age group are likely to seek products that play an important role in health and the quality of life. Seniors (50+) are the fastest growing market today, now comprising 37% of the U.S. adult population and rising to 45% by 2015. Seniors control over 70% of all disposable income, with $1.6 trillion in spending power and more than $1 trillion of that spent on goods and services. (IFT Knowledge & Learning Center, 2007)
About 24 million people in United States suffer from diabetes (~8% of the population); 2007 total costs estimated as $174 billion (direct & indirect cost), of which $116 billion was direct medical costs (CDC 2007 National Diabetes Fact Sheet).
About 75 percent of the total U.S. healthcare expense-more than $2 trillion in 2006-is attributable to chronic disease. Yet research has shown that just over half of people with chronic conditions actually get recommended preventive care. U.S. News & Global Report (6/8/2009)