Effect of Nutraceuticals as Therapeutic Moderators and its Impact in Economical Trade
MD Sadique Hussain1*, Ganesh N Sharma1, Ruchi Sharma2, Gurleen Kaur2 and Tanushka Kataria2
1School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jaipur National University, Jagatpura, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
2Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India
*Corresponding Author: Md Sadique Hussain, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jaipur National University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
February 10, 2022; Published: March 15, 2022
Introduction: Nutraceuticals are foods that offer nourishment or have therapeutic effects, such as the treatment and prevention of ailments. This review is an overview of the influence of the nutraceutical on the market, trade, medicinal system as well as lifestyle of almost every individual.
Evidence Acquisition: Diet and nourishment are the foundation of living wellbeing and development. With advancements in clinical nutrition and increasingly growing awareness of nutritional principles of eatables, nutraceuticals have emerged as an important part of the healthcare system. Combined with the word nutrition and pharmaceutical, nutraceuticals constitute an evolving food category described as food or their products which gives nutrition and health benefits, also prevent many diseases. Beriberi, pellagra, rickets, and scurvy are some of the diseases caused by the deficiency of nutraceuticals. Nutraceuticals are dietary supplements without harmful side effects; therefore, these have become a vital part of the nutritional as well as pharmaceutical class.
Evidence Synthesis: This unique class of nutraceuticals includes vitamins, minerals, prebiotics, probiotics, plant extracts phytochemical components, fibers, carbohydrates, proteins, amino acids, omega fatty acids, enzymes, essential lipids, and other essential oils as the key nutraceutical ingredients. These nutraceuticals have been researched to be armorous for the battle against some of the century’s biggest health issues such as obesity, chronic disorders, stroke, osteoporosis, asthma, diabetes, cholesterol, etc.
Conclusion: The focus of this study is to enlist a few of such nutraceuticals of great importance along with their applications. This analysis essentially sheds a light on the current Indian nutraceutical industry as well.
Keywords: Nutraceuticals; Indian Market; Prebiotics; Probiotics; Omega Fats
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