Most products produced are sure to have varying ingredients and components, the difference of which would usually entice consumer interest and purchase to identify their difference from one another. While the educational preference for most consumers may demand for will most of the time become the difference between actual trial and patronization of products, health conscious consumers will always look at the components of any consumer item which include the calories and health benefits that include cholesterol, fat and acid content. People who are quite sensitive to such are the ones who need to watch out certain levels in their body circulation, a lot of which can be determined through a series of blood tests with the guidance coming from their physicians.
Most companies would keep the key ingredients to as simple as possible. The reason being that more complicated components may provide reactions and negative implications as far as the consumer is concerned. Endorsement and preference by consumers will always be for good and products that can help in their health issues and desire, matching what a physician may allow for them to digest or intake. This dilemma is included in the entire business research and development process, something that most corporate minds would do well to consider and include prior to the overall finished good for distribution.
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Originally posted on October 24, 2006 @ 11:33 am