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U.S. Clinical Nutrition Market 2020 growth factors, latest trend and regional analysis of leading players by 2026

Author : Ronak Bora | Published Date : 2020-09-07 

U.S. Clinical Nutrition Market report offers in-depth analysis of the industry size, share, major segments, and different geographic regions, forecast for the next five years, key market players, and premium industry trends. It also focuses on the key drivers, restraints, opportunities and industry challenges.

The excessive need of nutrition amongst growing geriatric population and children is expected to augment the growth map of U.S. clinical nutrition market in the upcoming years. According to statistics by Administration for Community Living, population aged 65 and above in the US crossed nearly 49.2 million in 2016 and is expected to exceed a mammoth of 98 million by 2060.

Geriatric population demonstrates an increased prevalence of diseases which call for clinical nutrition. Not only restricted to geriatric population and lack of nutrition amongst them, an upsurge in diabetes and cancer cases has prompted the U.S clinical nutrition market to witness a profitable growth graph during 2020-2026.

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What has induced loss of nutrition amongst many in the states is growing sedentary and unhealthy lifestyle, which has contributed to the incidences of metabolic disorders like hypercholesterolemia and diabetes, and also obesity. Center for Disease Control and prevention reports suggest that nearly 39.6 per cent US adults aged 20 and above were obese as of 2016. A great number of people suffering from these disorders require enteral or parental nutrition, paving way for US clinical nutrition market growth. 

As per speculations by GMI, the U.S. clinical nutrition market size is envisaged to be pegged at a remuneration of USD 18 billion over the forecast period.

Increasing number of working mothers across the United States is likely to accelerate the demand for infant nutrition supplements. Working mothers are increasingly considered to be the backbone of the U.S economy. Especially with the surging cost of living, working has now changed from an option to an economic necessity for several women to support their family.

Currently, more than half of mothers in the US with young kids have professional jobs. Such hectic schedules could give rise to issues like lack of nutrition for kids. This may further drive the demand for infant nutrition supplements in the U.S.

According to reports, roughly 5 million U.S. citizens depend on home healthcare to recover from injuries, hospitalization, or illness. While healthcare companies are focusing on improving patient’s health and minimizing hospitalizations, clinical nutrition could play a significant role in meeting these objectives. According to research conducted by Advocate Health Care and Abbott, prioritizing nutrition care had a dramatic impact on malnutrition prone home health patients, helping them to stay out of the hospital. This further resulted in saving millions of dollars on healthcare expenditure.

Factors like lack of proper physical exercise and unhealthy diet are one of the major causes of health-related disorders, affecting a major section of the adult population in US. The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services estimates that less than 5% of adults residing in the country take part in 30 minutes of physical activity every day.

To make matter worse, reports suggest that the typical American diet surpasses the optimum level of calories from saturated and solid fats, sodium, refined grains, and added sugars. This could give rise to a variety of non-communicable diseases like type-2 diabetes, multiple cardiovascular diseases, cancers, poor bone health, and high blood pressure. Effective intake of nutritional food could counter these challenges and enhance overall health. 

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Partial Chapter of the Table of Content 

Chapter 3.    U.S. Clinical Nutrition Industry Insights

3.1. Industry segmentation

3.2. Product landscape, 2015 – 2026

3.3. Industry ecosystem analysis

3.4. Distribution channel analysis

3.5. Industry impact forces

3.5.1.    Growth drivers

3.5.1.1.    Increasing metabolic disorders and other chronic diseases

3.5.1.2.    Junk food habits leading to malnourishment in U.S.

3.5.1.3.    Rising geriatric population

3.5.1.4.    Increasing rate of pre-mature birth & birth rate in U.S.

3.5.1.5.    Increasing adoption of home healthcare in U.S.

3.5.2.    Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.5.2.1.    Stringent government regulations in U.S.

3.6. Growth potential analysis

3.6.1.    By product

3.6.2.    By consumer

3.7. Regulatory landscape

3.8. Reimbursement scenario

3.9. Pipeline analysis

3.10.    Patent landscape

3.11.    Porter’s analysis

3.12.    Competitive landscape, 2018

3.12.1. Company matrix analysis, 2018

3.12.2. Company market share analysis, 2018

3.13.    PESTEL analysis

Chapter 4.    U.S. Clinical Nutrition Market, By Product

4.1. Key segment trends

4.2. Infant Nutrition

4.2.1.    Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.2.2.    Milk Based

4.2.2.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.2.3.    Soy Based

4.2.3.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.2.4.    Organic

4.2.4.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.2.5.    Others

4.2.5.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.3. Parenteral Nutrition

4.3.1.    Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.3.2.    Amino Acids

4.3.2.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.3.3.    Fats

4.3.3.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.3.4.    Carbohydrates

4.3.4.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.3.5.    Others

4.3.5.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.4. Enteral Nutrition

4.4.1.    Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.4.2.    Standard composition

4.4.2.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

4.4.3.    Disease specific composition

4.4.3.1. Market size, 2015 – 2026 (USD Million)

About Author

Ronak Bora

Ronak Bora

A graduate in Electronics Engineering, Ronak writes for fractovia and carries a rich experience in digital marketing, exploring how the online world works from a technical and marketing perspective. His other areas of interest include reading, music, and sport. [email protected] | https://twitter.com/RonakBora26

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