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Dietary supplement use in the United States - adults 1971-2010

Prevalence of dietary supplement use among U.S. adults from 1971 to 2010

Dietary supplement use in the United States - adults 1971-2010 This statistic depicts the prevalence of dietary supplement usage in U.S. adults between 1971 and 2010 based on results from various NHANES surveys (National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys). Based on NHANES II from 1976 to 1980, 35 percent of United States adults reported using dietary supplements. Usage of dietary supplements are higher in women and tend to increase with age. Many supplement users in the United States report taking more than one supplement, although, taking just one was the most common.
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Prevalence of dietary supplement use among U.S. adults from 1971 to 2010

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This statistic depicts the prevalence of dietary supplement usage in U.S. adults between 1971 and 2010 based on results from various NHANES surveys (National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys). Based on NHANES II from 1976 to 1980, 35 percent of United States adults reported using dietary supplements. Usage of dietary supplements are higher in women and tend to increase with age. Many supplement users in the United States report taking more than one supplement, although, taking just one was the most common.
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